Religion, Gods and Faith
If the gods did not have a stake in the world but were merely figments of our imagination, then why is it that there is clear evidence of their interference in our history? Even to this day, their champions walk among us!
Religion and faith are very central parts of arjinian civilization, almost entirely regardless of culture or ethnicity. Any member of the Trifolk Alliance will be, in some way, religious and a believer in the gods.
The Gods of Dunia
There are several gods in the world, all representing one aspect or another. They are believed to be corporeal, physically bound entities. They can usually be seen, but are believed to be able to take incorporeal form and to also be "present" in spirit. Whether or not the gods are all knowing is debatable and it varies between faiths and individuals. But it is agreed that the gods are not omnipotent, their power limited in some way. How it is limited also varies with who tells the story, but they are considered to be extraordinarily powerful entities, far beyond that of any mortal, but still limited and unable to perform extreme feats such as moving mountains, draining the seas or even striking individuals dead on the spot.