Across all of Egron, people respect and fear the divine powers. The deities take an active role in the world, promoting the causes they favor, watching over the domains for which they are responsible, and constantly seeking to increase (or at least defend) their temporal power by protecting their worshipers and encouraging the active expansion of their faiths.
Mortals who deny the deities who made the world and govern its basic forces are rare indeed. Human (and humanoid) souls who refuse the gods come to a bad end after death, lacking a deity to speak for them, and they linger in an eternal darkness.
Most zealously follow one deity. Others make sacrifices to many deities, while upholding one as their personal patron. Still others sacrifice to as many deities as possible, shifting allegiances as their circumstances and needs warrant. It’s a rare person who hasn’t occasionally hoped to avert the baleful influence of an evil deity with a propitious gift, or thanked a good power for an unexpected blessing. The belief system of most generally centers on a particular deity whose interests and influences are most likely to affect them, but acknowledges other gods as significant and important, too.