Edromyn, the shining light, the sun. She is the Celestial that brings the day to Daern. She shines with joy but can also burn with wrath.
In the religion of the Bulanti Nation, Edromyn holds the 2nd highest rank.
Nostiarna, the night lord, the gas giant. He brings the night, relieving Daern from the overzealous light of Edromyn.
Daern and the other Celestials dance a complicated pattern around Nostiarna. Listed from closest to farthest from Nostiarna: Daern, Ruthaen, Uskira, Oghaen, Iarthrod, Siathar.
In the religion of the Bulanti Nation, Nostiarna holds the highest rank.
Ruthaen, the lantern in the sky, the guide. He is physically the smallest of the Celestials, but is said to burn with an inner fire, a desire to guide the people of Daern through the chaos of life.
In the religion of the Bulanti Nation, Ruthaen holds the 6th rank.
Those in the Order of Ruthaen preach to the commons and spread the word of the Celestials.
Uskira, the life giver, the sparkling mother. She twinkles brightly in the sky and is said to breath life into the people of Daern.
In the religion of the Bulanti Nation, Uskira holds the 5th rank.
Those in the Order of Uskira oversee marriage ceremonies and act as midwives during births.
Oghaen, the grey guide, the bridge to the afterlife. He crosses the sky in the direction opposite to the other Celestials. He guides those who have died on Daern into the afterlife.
In the religion of the Bulanti Nation, Oghaen holds the 4th rank.
Those in the Order of Oghaen oversee funeral services.
Iarthrod, the iron hammer, the judge. He represents order and judges whether the people of Daern are worthy enough to pass on into the afterlife.
In the religion of the Bulanti Nation, Iarthrod holds the 3rd rank.
Those in the Order of Iarthrod act as judges in courts and oversee the appointing of members of the orders of other ranks.
Siathar, the watchful eye, the protector. He guards Daern and the other Celestials.
In the religion of the Bulanti Nation, Siathar holds the 7th rank.
Those in the Order of Siathar act as guards for the members of the other orders and for the common people.