Tall Papa
 Talos, Tiber Septim, the Dragonborn
Heir to the Seat of Sundered Kings, Talos is the most important hero-god of Mankind. In his mortal form, known as Tiber Septim, he conquered all of Tamriel and ushered in the Third Era (and the Third Empire). After death, his spirit ascended to the heavens to become the ninth and youngest divine, under his birth name of Talos. Also called Ysmir, 'Dragon of the North'. One of the Nine Divines, the major gods worshipped throughout Tamriel. Less prominent sects, such as the Talos Cult have been inspired by his apotheosis. In the Fourth Era, worship of Talos was banned as a result of the White-Gold Concordat. However, many of the Nords of Skyrim continued to revere him despite these strict terms.
 Tava, Yokudan Bird God
Yokudan spirit of the air. Tava is most famous for leading the Yokudans to the isle of Herne after the destruction of their homeland. She has since become assimilated into the mythology of Kynareth. She is still very popular in Hammerfell among sailors, and her shrines can be found in most port cities.
 Thartaag, The World-Devourer
 Tribunal (Almalexia, Sotha Sil, Vivec), Gods of Morrowind
The Tribunal or Almsivi (Dunmer name) is a collection of three gods, Almalexia, Sotha Sil, and Vivec, who are worshipped by the Dark Elves (Dunmer) of Morrowind. The Dunmer believe these gods walk the earth and directly rule Morrowind. To any outsider it would appear that the priesthood of the Tribunal is the true power in Morrowind although their secrecy has prevented them from being directly observed for some centuries. Each god has a city dedicated to its worship with a palace or temple in each city where the god supposedly resides. The all-powerful priests of the Tribunal are known to walk the land in fantastic garments, selecting new candidates for the Tribunal who are seized and never seen again.
 Trinimac, Strong God of the Aldmer
Trinimac was a prominent god of the early Aldmer; in some places, he was even more popular than Auri-El. He was a warrior spirit of the original elven tribes that led armies against mankind, and was known as the strongest of all the et'Ada who wandered Nirn. Boethiah is said to have "eaten" Trinimac and assumed his shape so the Daedric Prince could convince a throng of Aldmer to listen to him, which led to the creation of the Orcs and Chimer. Afterwards, Trinimac vanished from the mythic stage, only to return as Malacath, nothing more than a weak and vengeful version of his former glory.
 Tsun, Nordic God of Trials against Adversity
Extinct Nordic god of trials against adversity. Died defending Shor from foreign gods and currently guards the bridge to Sovngarde. The etymology of the name and the divine sphere hints at Tsun possibly being an older Nordic version of Zenithar (a god purportedly "that will always win"); compare especially to Z'en (Bosmeri), Xen (Altmeri) and Zeht (Yokudan). The example of Stuhn entering the Imperial pantheon as Stendarr should be considered too.
 Tu'whacca, Tricky God
Yokudan god of souls. Tu'whacca, before the creation of the world, was the god of Nobody Really Cares. When Tall Papa undertook the creation of the Walkabout, Tu'whacca found a purpose; he became the caretaker of the Far Shores, and continues to help Redguards find their way into the afterlife. His cult is sometimes associated with Arkay in the more cosmopolitan regions of Hammerfell.