Graceful Goddess of combat; she who sways
There's an old saying among our people, you know. They say if you watch Miyu long enough, you will reach perfect serenity. You will become one with the wind, and none shall harm you ever again.
In the western highlands of Vir Tenera
stands Miyu; 350m tall, 400m tall if she still had her head, with a massive hole through the center of her chest. She stands with one foot in front of the other, as if she was ready to defend against any attack. Miyu stays in this position, swaying back and forth as if a torrential wind buffeted her from all sides. Every so often, in whatever twisted sense of awareness the God-husk has, Miyu will see something
and attack. She will switch her stance and become a blur as she swipes and pierces invisible attackers all around her with her twin spears, leaving massive destruction in her wake.
The people of Hansun
, the country that takes up 95% of land on the continent of Vir Tenera, have both a great fear and great respect for Miyu. Due to the God-husks propensity to fall in "berserk" moods, they give her a wide berth, choosing instead to study and worship the God-husk from afar.
Combat Mastery Depicted In Art
Throughout most of the main villages and cities of Hansun are temples dedicated to the worship of Miyu. In nearly every temple, one can find tapestries and artwork depicting Miyu in her God-husk state, shown in various poses that come from her regular swaying motions. In very few of the temples, mostly ones located in capital cities and cultural hot-spots, one can find artwork of Miyu from before The Seven Day War.
Such artwork varies from piece to piece in art style, tone, and subject, but remains the same in two key areas; Miyu is always depicted in
combat, and her face is always obscured.
While the rest of Cathedris refuses to acknowledge this artwork as fact, due to it not originating from The Comprilith, the people of Hansun take it as gospel. To them, Miyu has always been a god of combat, of strife, and of perseverance. They believe their artwork to be completely true -- so strong is their conviction that not even the entire rest of the world's incredulity will not sway them.
Part of the reason the rest of Cathedris refuses to acknowledge the artwork from Hansun as fact is because no image nor description of Miyu before her death have ever been located in the Comprilith.
This fact combined with no artwork from Hansun even showing an unobscured face for Miyu means most experts believe no corroborating images will ever be found.
SCRAPS FROM The Comprilith
In shaky handwriting, a short list of Gods killed by Miyu during the war.
Ancient speculation from onlooking mortals, regarding Miyu's endlessly ongoing rivalry with the God Avartarian, before the war.
An entire weapon rack of replica weapons, modeled after Miyu's own twin spears -- known as the Unnamed Twins.
A glass jar, said to contain a single tear from the Goddess Miyu.
Miyu's date of birth is unknown.
3 gods killed during The Seven Day War.
Died on 6th day of The Seven Day War.
Decapitated by the God Avartarian
For 95 days out of 100, Miyu stands in one spot, her feet planted, never moving. Her body remains in the same spot, but swaying to and fro, as if resisting some unending wind only she could feel. Residents of Hansun who spend their time watching the God-husk believe she goes through patterns, with specific poses. These specific poses form the basis of the combat art known as Yuai Do
Unless one counts the generation of more practitioners of Yuai Do as "Godly Creation", Miyu is not found to create anything anymore.
Awareness and Destruction
Miyu's level of awareness is intertwined with her destructive power. Her awareness of her surroundings is very low, yet tainted with memories of battle. She appears drawn to one specific spot within Hansun, and every so often she goes berserk and begins attacking any within sight -- including her very ground she stands on.