Name: Liid, The Creator. In most human languages, 'creator' has a slightly more negative connotation than the english word does.
Appearance: A young, fit, human male with giant feathered wings (Think of an angel without all the holy light, divine message, etc.) When he is among mortals he takes the form of whichever mortals he's visiting.
Symbol: One Makes Many
Powers: Liid's powers come from his ability to shape the world around him to create life. He is the one that created all life on this planet, both plant and animal, and he continues to create new life now.
Territory: Not all of his creations are beautiful, or even sane. His residences on earth are surrounded by bizzarre, often dangerous creatures, so he usually lives in the deep oceans or dense wildernesses where these 'rough drafts' of life won't harm anyone except those foolish enough to come exploring.
Bio: The most important part of Liid's history was his creation of humankind. It was his most prized creation, a tribute to his lover. Mortals don't know anything about who this lover is or was, and only refer to her by invented names. She may be a long forgotten god, she might be a mortal doomed to grow old and die, she might even be someone involved in the war right now. All that is known by the residents of this world about her is that at some point she broke Liid's heart and he, unable to bear the sight of his tribute to her, tried to destroy all of humankind. It took the effort of the other gods to keep him from completely eradicating his children, but many of his human-killing creations still remain as well as most of the human-offering rituals practiced to gain his favor. For this reason, humans see Liid as a force of evil whose followers are a cult that must be wiped out.
However, Liid has worshippers represented in all species, races and countries, and non-human species have a much more positive view of him. Species like centaurs and wood-elves that have an affinity for his other creations tend to be more likely to swear allegiance to him, as well as countries like Kephler that seek to expand into some of the more dangerous wildernesses. While Liid doesn't often seek to actively help or harm mortals, monsters have a tendency of popping up in areas that he doesn't like and rich new hunting grounds in areas he does.