- For the creature subtype, see god
This is a list of all gods and deities, or creatures that are worshiped as such, mentioned in the Magic storyline.
The Gods of Amonkhet, unlike their Theros counterparts, are physical beings tied to the planes' leylines, embodying virtues of the culture of the plane. Most have been slaughtered by Nicol Bolas and have been raised as zombies.
- The God-Pharaoh - Nicol Bolas (), posing as the creator of the other gods
- Oketra (), God of Solidarity
- Kefnet (), God of Knowledge
- Bontu (), God of Ambition
- Hazoret (), God of Zeal
- Rhonas (), God of Strength
- Three forgotten and corrupted gods:
- The Maker, creator of the plane.
- Lady Caleria, goddess of the hunt
- Freyalise (), goddess to elves. Worshiped in Fyndhorn, Skyshroud, and most prominently Llanowar.
- Gaea (), goddess worshiped across the world, most prominently by druids. Was also worshiped in Yotia.
- Nicol Bolas (), god-emperor of Madara
- The five Primeval Dragons
- Serra (), the planeswalker worshiped in Sursi and around Dominaria. The Cathedral of Serra was built where she perished.
- Lord Windgrace (), worshiped by many of Dominaria's catfolk.
- Aerona, ancient goddess of fertility
- The Eternal, worshiped in Kush on Aerona.
- Gabriel Angelfire (), worshiped in Benalia
- Svyelun (), merfolk goddess of the Pearl Moon in Vodalia
- Verdura (likely ), a female entity of great power and age, whose true name is only known to those sworn to the Verduran Order.
- Ergeborg, god of death among the Jamuraan cat warriors
- Kindeya, minotaur goddess of learning in Talruum
- Mother of Winds
- Terrent Amese, creator of the first tribe of Jamuraan tiger warriors and later worshiped by their descendants in Efrava.
- Torahn, Minotaur god of judgment and war in Talruum. "Gores" evildoers in the Corridors of Pain.
- An unnamed personification of the sun worshiped by Helana and in some parts of Jamuraa (possibly ).
- The Ancestor (likely ), a sky goddess worshiped by the nomads of the Daru Plains
- Fiers (), the dwarven god, revered by dwarves and barbarian tribes.
- The False God, Karona ()
- The Numen, Kuberr (), worshiped as a God of Greed by the Cabal.
- The Ebon Praetor (), the deity of the Order of the Ebon Hand before Tourach's death.
- The Hand of Justice (), worshiped by the Order of Leitbur.
- Leitbur (likely ). Founder of the Order of Leitbur. Later deified.
- Tourach (). Founder of the Order of the Ebon Hand. Later deified. Tourach founded the Order to worship a being known as the Ebon Praetor.
- Bok, a god worshiped in Yotia
- Caelus Nin, God of Time and patron of the ancestors of Sumifa
- Mabok, a god worshiped in Yotia
- Marit Lage (), worshiped by brine shamans
- Prossh (), by the Kobolds of Kher Keep.
- Tal, an ancient Sun God, worshiped during the Dark Age
- Titania (), the Maro-Sorcerer of the forest of Argoth.
- Tiyint, Minotaur god of Urhaalan.
- Avacyn (, later )
- The Bog (), worshiped by the villagers of the Approaches.
- The Coiled One (likely ), the snake-like god of venom and vengeance.
- Emrakul ()
- Ghrin-Danu (possibly ).
- The Gitrog monster ()
- Griselbrand (), among the Skirsdag cultists
- Grolnok ()
- Kralmar (possibly )
- Krothuss ()
- The Nameless Angel (), worshiped by the villagers of the Approaches.
- Ormendahl (), after Griselbrand's imprisonment
- Sigarda (), after the betrayal and destruction of Avacyn.
- Toxrill ()
- The pre-Avacynian god of the sea and storms, worshiped by Runo Stromkirk (possibly and/or ).
- Aclazotz (likely ), the bat-god of night
- The Threefold Sun ()
- Kinjalli (), Wakening Sun
- Tilonalli (), the Burning Sun
- Ixalli (), Verdant Sun
There have been several cycles of gods on Kaldheim. The previous gods were the Einir, who have since been replaced by the Skoti and have become the plane's elves. The Skoti gods are connected to the World Tree using a Cosmos Elixir made from its sap to give them their powers. As a result, they have northern lights on their bodies. They can be killed.
- Cosmos Monsters
- Koma (), the Cosmos Serpent
- Lathril ()
- Halvar (), God of Battle
- Reidane (), Goddess of Justice
- Alrund (), God of Wisdom and the Cosmos
- Cosima (), God of the Voyage
- Egon (), God of Death
- Tergrid (), God of Fear
- Valki (), God of Lies
- Birgi (), God of Boasting
- Toralf (), God of Fury
- Esika (), God of the World Tree
- Jorn (), God of Winter
- Kolvori (), God of Kinship
- The Kami, minor gods or spirits of the world. Notably:
- The Myojin, aspects of the five colors of mana on Kamigawa.
- O-Kagachi (), the kami of all things
- The oni (), worshiped among the o-bakemono ogres
- Terashi () kami of the sun.
- The Patron Kami, representations of the collective consciousness of each sentient race on the plane.
- Memnarch (, aligned with ), worshiped by the Vedalken of the Synod.
- The Steel Mother (likely ), worshiped by the goblins of the Oxidda Chain
- Yawgmoth ()
- Allah (likely )
- Empress Ravnica, personification of the plane venerated by the Cult of Yore.
- Ilharg (), the Gruul boar god, and the rest of the Utmungr, the "gods of the deep earth."
- Krokt, the goblin god of misfortune
- Mat'Selesnya ()
- Nephilim worshiped by the Cult of Yore:
- Orzhova (likely ), an abstract angelic creator deity created by the Obzedat
- Rakdos (), worshiped by the Cult of Rakdos
- Sanguine Praetor (), the avatar of one of Ravnica's old gods.
- Svogthir (), the "god-zombie." Worshiped by the Matka and priestesses of the Golgari.
- The Forgotten Gods, a cult of ancient gods. (Priest of Forgotten Gods)
- The old sea gods, worshipped by merfolk
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- Marit Lage (), patron god of the "Hall of the Hospitallers of the Frozen Heart"
- Serra ()
- The Demigods:
- Bloodthirst — Demigod of Revenge ()
- Claw — Deity of Scars ()
- Decay — Ghastlord of Fugue ()
- Destruction — Deus of Calamity ()
- Discord — Dominus of Fealty ()
- Dominion — Godhead of Awe ()
- Evolution — Overbeing of Myth ()
- Hope — Oversoul of Dusk ()
- Omens — Divinity of Pride ()
- Warfare — Nobilis of War ()
- Xathrid (likely )
- The ancestors of the Abzan Houses
- The five Dragonlords:
Theros' pantheon is perhaps some of Magic's best defined deities, being unambiguously real. Like some angels and demons, Theros' gods are living enchantments, making the concept of enchantments considered divine blessings by the plane's mortals. They are associated with the paranormal realm known as Nyx, the night sky, which is in turn associated with dreams and the subconscious; there is something of an implication that these gods are powered/come to into being by belief, though this is not explicit. The Theros pantheon is seemingly very large, but there are five main gods aligned with the colors of mana, at least eleven minor gods and some gods that have been forgotten (like the one who represented love):
- Heliod (), God of the Sun.
- Thassa (), God of the Sea.
- Erebos (), God of the Dead.
- Purphoros (), God of the Forge.
- Nylea (), God of the Hunt.
- Athreos (), God of Passage.
- Ephara (), God of the Polis.
- Iroas (), God of Victory.
- Karametra (), God of Harvests.
- Keranos (), God of Storms.
- Klothys (), God of Destiny.
- Kruphix (), God of the Horizon.
- Mogis (), God of Slaughter.
- Pharika (), God of Affliction.
- Phenax (), God of Deception.
- Xenagos (), God of Revels. Killed by Elspeth Tirel.
- Cacophony, a short-lived God of "cities dark." 
- An unknown God of Love, now forgotten.
- Daxos (), champion of Heliod
- Callaphe (), champion of Thassa
- Tymaret (), champion of Erebos
- Anax (), champion of Purphoros
- Renata (), champion of Nylea
- Anaba () ancestors spirits.
- Eron (), the immortal Goblin king of the Koskun Mountains
- Serra (), also worshiped at Aysen.
- An unnamed sun god (possibly ) sporadically venerated in the Koskun Mountains.
- The Forsaken Gods
- Omnath (originally , currently ), the "flickering heart," the origin of the primal mana that pulses throughout Zendikar.
- Taborax ()
- Asmodeus (), Archdevil ruling Nessus, the deepest level of the Nine Hells of Baator (from Dungeons & Dragons)
- Bahamut (), Lawful Good Dragon God, Deity of Good Dragons (from Dungeons & Dragons)
- Lolth () — An ancient goddess who spins webs of deceit and feeds on destruction and chaos (from Dungeons & Dragons).
- The Atropal (), An immortal abomination aiming to become a death god in the Tomb of the Nine Gods (from Dungeons & Dragons)
- Tiamat () — A Dragon God (from Dungeons & Dragons)
- Vecna (), A once-human lich who ascended to godhood (from Dungeons & Dragons)
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