The game uses some statistics for the immortals, but it is all very broad in range. The Omniscent is essentialyl the GM, determining how much divine power an action costs, making rulings on what an immortal can and cannot due, and establishing what the basic features of the world are when it first is created. The Omniscent has no stats and does not create things like the other immortals do. He/she can make up random events, like natural disasters or a plague of monsters to test races and immortals, or give gifts should he choose. It's all up to the Gm's decision on how this over-deity hopes this world will turn out.
The players, which its best to have at least 4 and could play with as many as 10 players, have total freedom with how their immortal looks, acts, etc. The profile for an immortal has only 5 numerical stats: Divine Rank (DR), Power, Presence, Potence, and Perception. Divine Rank is similar to what a level would be in most games. It increases by 1 every week (So by the end of the World's Creation all immortals that started already should reach Rank 2). It can also be increased by spending a good portion of the divine power to gain a rank. This is really only possible early on as it requires more divine power later on. At DR 4 and every 4 DR's after all stats increase by 1. Every time an immortal gains a rank they also gain two growth points to spend on their stats.
The other 4 stats, Power, Potence, Presence, and Perception are mostly to gauge how powerful an immortal is in one stat compared to other immortals. All immortals with a DR of 1 start with 1 point in all four stats and have 4 growth points to place in any of the stats. The maximum of any stat is 99, which obviously is very unlikely any immortal will ever reach a 99 in any stat. There are no "average" stats, as its more about "how high is my stat compared to everyone else". If all the immortals try putting a lot of their growth points into Power, than all of them are greatly more powerful than any mortal being, but compared to each other they are of similar strength. If one immortal decides instead to place all his/her stats in Potence, then while he/she isn't as powerful as the other immortals, he/she is greatly more potent than any of them.
Power is simple, it is the raw strength, not just physically, but mentally and "magical" (an immortal can call it magic, psionics, or whatever they feel like, that's not what's important) as well. It's the blunt force of their abilities. Forcing the land to rise up suddenly in a jagged mountain range is easy with power. Crafting a single natural formation of beauty and power is not.
Potence determines the "to-what-extent" an immortal can perform certain actions. A high potence allows for a larger possible amount of change. In other words, an immortal can "make more" of something for the same amount of divine motes that a less potent immortal used for making only some of something. Immortal A has Potence 2 and the Omniscent determine they can cover a region about the size of Nevada with forest for 2 motes of power. Immortal B has a Potence of 4 and the Omniscent decides that for two motes Immortal B could cover an are the size of Texas with forest.
Presence will make an immortal's simple existance allow them to do things without spending much divine power. Immortals with high presence can easilly affect mortals emotions and eventually physically change them simply by them being near the immortal. Presence will also determine how ackknowledged an immortal is by races outside their own. While all races will acknoledge the immortals another race worships, unless that immortal is part of their pantheon of worship they will not give much thought to them.
Perception has meaning beyond the 5 senses. Immortals with a Perception of 1 can hear, see, smell, tase, and feel better than any mortal, but that's it. Higher presence allows enhanced senses, using senses at a distance, and eventually alternate sense, like percieving alternate forms of energy and even seeing the past and future. Immortals DO NOT know everything that is going on everywhere all the time. Even among their creations they can miss things. The GM determines to what extent an immortal's perception would allow them to know things in game.