The Monsoon Ghats are my stab at an Indian setting, which I pitched to a friend as "post-deluge Ancient India coming to power after a brutal war with a dinotopia of multi-headed naga." Because if you go 1-to-1 with trying to recreate an actual gigantic set of cultural groups you can easily screw things up; but blatantly going fantastical with it can prevent such issues. Nobody expects the Empire to properly capture 1600s Germanic Politics. It exists south of the Hundred Kingdoms in my Yoon-Suin game.
Anyway I've been working on a holy-man class for some of the various religions present (not-Hinduism, not-Aghori sect, not-Jainism, not-Sikhism, and not-Buddhism). The not-Hinduism form, the Jagganathi, hail the Lord of the Universe and acknowledge the daeva as the avatars of this divine being. All such beings are worthy of veneration, but those who stand in the way of a holy-man's work are clearly destined to fall and learn humility at the hands who assist said holy-man. Its more respectful and complex than that, but that's too big for a blog post.
So, I needed to make some charts for generating daeva on the fly. Here's a rough draft (it's become a d50 since last night).