The gods that Tabaxi worship can vary depending on the campaign setting or the preferences of the game master. In Dungeons & Dragons, Tabaxi may worship various gods and goddesses associated with nature, hunting, and feline aspects. While the specific pantheon can be customized, here are a few examples of deities that Tabaxi may revere:

  1. Ubtao: Ubtao is a prominent deity in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. Tabaxi hold a deep reverence for Ubtao, who is considered their creator and protector. He is associated with jungles, exploration, and civilization.
  2. Sekhmet: In Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet is a lioness-headed goddess associated with war, fire, and healing. Some Tabaxi may choose to worship Sekhmet, particularly those who emphasize battle prowess and healing arts.
  3. Sharess: Sharess, also known as Bast in some lore, is a goddess associated with hedonism, pleasure, and cats. Tabaxi who worship Sharess may focus on celebrating life, joy, and the pleasures of the senses.
  4. The Great Cat: Some Tabaxi may worship a deity or aspect of a deity specifically related to feline aspects, often referred to as the Great Cat. This could be a general divine representation of their feline nature and instincts.

It’s important to note that the gods and pantheons in each campaign setting may differ, and it’s essential to consult with the game master or refer to the specific lore of the world you are playing in to determine which gods are available for Tabaxi worship.