Eluryh is an AU of The Legend of Zelda universe. It is more than just a genderbent TLoZ but one of the most prominent things about it is that many of the characters are genderbent. Here are some other important things about Eluryh!

The Pantheon:

In Eluryh, the major pantheon consists of three crystal goddesses named Calcite, Aragonite, and Pyrite. There is also the God of Time, Alia, The Goddess of the Sand, and the Goddess of Darkness, Noche. Finally, there are three dragon spirits who do the bidding of the gods named Dinraal, Farosh, and Naydra, as well as oracles for each god who share their names.

The Races:

The various races of Eluryh get along quite well most of the time. They respect each other's magical and physical abilities and have established trade relations. Some races have more natural magic than others, but spells and witchcraft can be learned by anyone. Each race has its own royal family but the Alian royal family governs the country. The races are as follows:

  1. The Alians are the majority. They reside in Castle Town, Hateno Village, Lurelin Village, Ordon Village, and Village of the Blue Maiden. They worship the entire pantheon and believe themselves to be the chosen people of Alia. They are governed by a king and/or queen of the Alian Royal Family, who is believed to have descended from Alia.
  2. The Gorons are a mostly female race who live in the mountains. They are miners and their precious ore is integral to the production of armor, weapons, tools, makeup, hardware, and other more every day items. They primarily worship Aragonite. They are governed by a chief.
  3. The Zora are the main water race of Eluryh. Their main industry is fishing. They live mostly in Zora's Domain but some can be found in Lake Alia. They primarily worship Calcite. They are governed by a king and/or queen.
  4. The Rito are bird-human warriors. They are mostly archers and live in Rito Village. They keep some distance from the rest of Eluryh but it isn't out of prejudice or mistrust. They just have a different lifestyle. Rito Village is nestled away in the colder region of Eluryh and the Rito's primary exports are warm clothing and arrows. They primarily worship Calcite. They are governed by an elder.
  5. The Kokiri and The Koroks live together in harmony in the forest. They reside in Korok Kokiri Village, a town that is almost unreachable by others. The forest races have no trouble navigating the treacherous woods, but it is very easy for others to become lost unless they have a Kokiri or Korok guide. They primarily worship Pyrite and Farosh is known to visit them. They are governed by the Deku Tree, a sentient tree spirit.
  6. The Demons live to the south of Eluryh in the Demon Village. Their town is on the cusp of the forest and they have friendly relations with the Kokiri. It is not strange to see demons in Korok Kokiri Village or vice versa. The demons are respected sorcerers in Eluryh for their inborn magical abilities such as teleportation and item summoning. When Demons refuse to perform such powers as party tricks, Alians can get a little testy. The Demons primarily worship Noche. They are governed by a king and/or queen.
  7. The Sheikah are Eluryh's most secretive race. Their magic is mysterious. They have teleportation powers like the demons, or perhaps they're just that stealthy? The Sheikah are governed by a simple "leader." It is tradition for that leader to be the first girl born in the leader's family, and for her to be named Impa. It is not known which god they worship. The Sheikah live primarily in Kakariko village.
  8. The Gerudo are a mostly female race who reside in the desert valley called Gerudo Town. The first male born every hundred years becomes king, which is a mostly symbolic title. The Gerudo are usually governed by a Chief who is determined based on magic ability. The King and Chief co-rule the tribe. They do not worship the major pantheon of Eluryh the same way the rest of the country does. Instead, they worship the Goddess of the Sand.