The Great Goddess of Creation formed from particles of air and water vapor, swirling into existence like a sigh. She is said to be resplendent, with long red hair, though none that have seen her face can really describe it.
Her first act was to create the rivers and lakes, the trees and mountains, in preparation for the life that was to come--though her greatest achievements are the four elemental lakes in the royal city of Sehir. When the realms were created as we know them today, she wanted to bring beauty to the new land, and put a little bit of herself into its creation.
She is best known for the lakes, and many people go to them to worship her. Her special holiday is Urozay, the harvest celebration, where people thank her for her beautiful creations.
Her direct descendants are the bakers and artists, those that create from nothing. They are said to have inherited her imagination and whimsy, and are known for having inspiration strike close to Urozay. She takes great pride in her creations, and those works that are created in her honor.
Those that have had the pleasure of meeting the Goddess of Creation have said that she is merciful and kind, but radiates an inner strength that is commendable.
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Princess Anastasia Piliar's life takes a sudden turn when she is unceremoniously reunited with her home world after ten years. There, she must reacquaint herself with her people, her world, and the magic that surrounds them.
But war is brewing. The magical protections around the royal city are being pushed to their limits. The monstrous beasts that murdered Anastasia's grandparents, and caused her family to flee, have returned and are wreaking havoc on the realms.
There is a tremendous power inside Anastasia, which could be the key to saving the realms.
If only she understood what it was.