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Lucaa - Harvesting

Goddess of Nature, Chance, and the Exiled

God: Lucaa
Skill: Harvesting
Original Race: Elf
 
Priest: None exists yet
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Blessing Unknown
 
Note on Blessings: Temporary levels and will reduce by 1 every minute until back to normal.
Note on Original Race: These were the gods' original forms. The gods can assume any form they want, however, and will often times take the appearance to be of the same race as their worshipers. For instance, Mortos appearing to the orchans will himself look like an orchan because they wouldn't trust or want a "human" god.

Full Description
As old as gods such as Aluwen and Mortos, Lucaa is by all practical definitions, insane. Her only care is nature and she guards it fiercely, often lashing out against mortals who dare to meddle with her creations, yet her sporadic and senseless personality shows her to also be gracious and giving at times. Despite these things, she also manages to show constant intelligence and support for her loyal followers, for the most part. Typically considered a good god, and known to be gentle at times, her warped mind makes her believe that even her harmful cruel actions are for a good purpose. And her true standings on any matter are naught but her passing whim, for few matters but those of nature concern her.

She has little care for the day to day lives and matters of mortals focusing instead on the slow and patient life of nature. Her followers are often outcasts and commonly possess personalities akin to her own. However, many are also good people and have the same loving attitude Lucaa has for plants towards people as well. Lucaa is known as Mother Nature, or the Queen of Nature, by commoners across the lands.

As the Queen of Nature, Lucaa is also a goddess of the sea and patron of sailors. Her wild personality is perhaps best reflected in the raging and ever changing waters of the oceans. Many sailors pray to her to gift them with safe voyages and even the most lowly fishermen will beg her to grant them good harvest.

To follow Lucaa is to love and embrace the wild forces of nature and live by the whim of its queen.

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