Re: Demihuman gods and adapting them for humans (D&D)
Okay I've had a few further thoughts.
I can easily see Corellon Larethlan as something like Lugh with elements of Apollo - a god of excellence, arts, music, magic, and martial skill. Popular amongst nobles, scholars, bards, military officers and some magicians. For humans he's probably an Intermediate God rather than a Greater God since he isn't a creator deity anymore.
Human name: Corellus.
Alignment: Neutral Good (originally Chaotic Good)
Appearance: A tall, handsome, beardless, athletic young man.
Symbol: His elven symbol is the crescent moon but that doesn't really fit his human aspect. Maybe a staff and sword crossed?
Sehanine the elven moon goddess is still goddess of the moon but she has otherwise recieved a demotion (from Intermediate Goddess to Lesser Goddess, or even Demigoddess). She is patroness of illusions and dreams which makes her popular with illusionists (obviously) and thieves but a lot of other aspects don't fit as well into human society and are probably dropped and transferred to more appropriate deities. In human myth she is a much more minor goddess, probably the daughter of Corellus rather than his wife.
Human name: Seraine
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (originally Chaotic Good)
Appearance: An enigmatically beautiful young woman, dark haired, slender limbed and pale.
Symbol: Her elven symbol is the full moon. She keeps that and gains the hooded cloak and the magpie.