Don't be afraid to mix up various conventions as well. You don't have to do it for all the deities, of course, but a blacksmith deity is usually a male god...imagine if it was a goddess, while a deity of weaving might be male.
From what I saw of the DLC, the Animal Spirits very well could act as deities, and you could do something similar with the nature oriented tribes.
Something you might play with is a society which sees undeath as a reward, and not a punishment. This need not include vampires, but say a good Lich...you could get something akin to the Great Mothers, but with the undead in a more direct fashion.
Heck, it could be interesting to have Ancestor spirits which hang around...and maybe possessing their descendants in time of need.
For specific gods/goddesses, I hope you have a trickster deity. It doesn't have to be evil like Loki, but could be like Coyote (from Native American traditions) at least in attitude.
For that matter, you could have some of the primal elements (Earth/Air/Fire/Water) have representations as powerful as a god/goddess.
And yeah, I can't help but want a Goddess of Time with an hourglass figure