Born of terrible knowledge
It's said that only once did He'an ever weep -- the day they learned of their death, and the trials that would befall humanity following it.He'an Wept is a series of closely clustered lakes found in central Moonfal -- the lakes themselves have no formal names, but are instead referred to as the "teardrops". The lakes are all close enough to eachother that some consider them as just one giant lake rather than a cluster -- each of them are fairly shallow, with uniform, circular shapes and smooth shorelines. These lakes, and their origin, are tied closely with the God-husk He'an.
Tears of a godIt's commonly believed by all who live near, or all who worship He'an, that these lakes were formed by He'an themselves, when they shed giant, god-sized tears long ago. Many theorize that He'an had gained insight into the future, and that knowledge of coming events caused He'an's great overflowing of emotion. However when it comes to theories on what caused the tears, there is far less agreement. Some believe that He'an wept with joy, while others think sadness, fear, or even pain, caused the tears to flow down He'an's face.
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LoveHe'an, above all other gods, loved humanity. They loved humans as they were -- to He'an, humans needed no change, and deserved no hardships. This love was so strong, that some believe it resulted in tears flowing from He'ans eyes, as they looked with heart full of love at the perfection that was humanity.
JoyOther theoriests have similar, but slightly different ideas regarding the cause of He'ans tears; some think that He'ans love was consistent, and thus needed some event or trigger to begin the weeping. These theoriests believe that when He'an learned of the future, they wept great tears of joy knowing humanity would survive, and even thrive, after the assasination of He'an.
SorrowThe most common of all the theories is that He'an Wept, and the lakes within, were created when He'an cried tears of sorrow. Most think that when He'an learned of their impending doom, they cared not for their own life, but instead wept for the hardships that humanity as a whole was about to endure. Many point to the difficulties of daily life -- the Rendlings, corruption within the Legion, and abundance of Snakes as proof of the pain that He'an saw coming.
Favourite among the godsHe'an held a special place in humanities hearts, both before and after The Seven Day War, when He'an was murdered and life on Cathedris was changed forever. He'an was the largest of all 14 gods, and seen as the most beautiful of all. They, above all other gods, cared most for humanity. Humans were to be protected and loved, and if He'an had their way, would never befall a single hardship or experience any misfortune. Humans had no need for change or adaption, because to He'an, they were perfect.
Do you... think it's possible He'an loved us too much?
The first of all 14 gods to be killed -- the only one left in space. He'an has remained in stable orbit as the planet's moon for 3000 years, since they were put there by whomever killed them.