Mystera is far too focused on being "fair" (e.g. Weakening) to not be Lawful. And since she doesn't really seem to care about helping her followers, that makes her solidly Lawful Neutral.
I disagree; Mystera is naive
, and is trying to prevent violence. Her apathy towards her follower's well-being is precisely why I would not put her into a lawful alignment, and her mercy towards the enemies of her followers is why I'd put her in the good alignment.
Earthmother only cares about her plants. She doesn't care that they're in your way and she doesn't care if you murder everything else in your way. She fits pretty closely into the "Druid" archetype from D&D and they have to be Neutral in either Law/Chaos or Good/Evil. I'd put her True Neutral myself.
A fair argument.
Taurog doesn't strike me a particularly Chaotic. Yes, he wants you to kill things for him. But that's fairly standard Neutral Evil territory. I'd even prefer Lawful Evil, since he does have that magic hating thing going on.
Taurog is a flaming bull monster surrounded by piles of skulls whose holy text reads "SMASH ENEMIES! SMASH MAGIC! SMASH EVERYTHING!". I think that's literally
a textbook example of chaotic evil.
Pactmaker strikes me as being Neutral Good. He's the only one who doesn't make you jump through hoops. He's just happy that you're happy.
Pactmaker strikes me as true neutral because he's so removed from any motivation at all. He's the god of existence, he just is
As for Tikki-Tooki, I see the argument for Neutral Evil. But he enjoys your random slaughter of level 1 enemies a bit too much. And considering you can bribe him for piety, he doesn't seem to have any real standards.
I could see the argument to make him chaotic.
For me, I was trying to figure out where the deities go on the alignment spectrum. I started with the ones that were obvious to me: Glowing Guardian, Binlor, Pactmaker, Jehora Jeheyu, and Taurog. I then pinned Earthmother and Mystera to the good axis, while pinning Dracul and Tikki Tooki to the evil axis. Perhaps there was a little bit of confirmation bias at that point when I was able to easily slot the remaining deities into the outstanding alignments.