[H]e was one of the few deities to make the jump from the Old Pantheon to the New essentially unaltered. Then along came your multiple great grandfather Bilgore. It wasn't just Gorgo's name that he changed, either… […] the old attributes seem to have been kept, but not with the same emphasis… and that's where things began to go sour for poor old Gorgo—pardon, Gorgiryl. Instead of the tears of life—rain, that is—you have sterile salt water; instead of the world's salvation, endless sorrow. It's the whole myth frozen in the wrong place, with everything distorted
↑God Stalk, Book II: Crown of Nights, "Chapter 9: A Matter of Honor" — " 'Where there's smoke, there had better be some sort of ventilation.' Her finger traced a line from the offering bowl to the ceiling far above. There among the shadows was a square of lesser darkness, through which the eyes of the Frog constellation sparkled fitfully."
↑God Stalk, Book II: Crown of Nights, "Chapter 11: The Storm Breaks" — " 'The Anti-God Heresy?' croaked the idol. 'Don't know, couldn't care (ribbet) less. Excuse me—my constellation is rising.' And it jumped, up through the smoke hole in the sky."