Luck and fortune, both good and bad.
Divine Symbols & Sigils
Snakes and esteria blossoms.
Gossalu is darker than most of the Virilen gods, owing to her far travels across Deseran when she gets bored or wishes to scatter good or ill fortune on a new group of victims.
Morality & Philosophy
Gossalu looks out for herself first and foremost, deciding her actions and choosing sides accordingly. Though her main motivation is her own amusement, she's not as likely to curse the innocent as she is to bless the wicked. Since her driving motivation is entertainment, her moral compass is a bit skewed. She'll bless the wicked who amuse her, and sometimes she curses the innocents who bore her, hence the reality that bad people see just as much—if not more—good fortune than the righteous.
Gossalu has a soft spot for snakes, and as such it's considered bad luck to brush off or injure a snake; Gossalu just might snap at you if you hurt her pets.
Gossalu likes to be entertained and is easily bored. Her behavior stems from a desire to be amused and never stay bored longer than necessary.
Likes & Dislikes
In addition to her fondness for snakes, Gossalu likes the esteria flower. Keeping esteria blossoms around one's house is meant to bring good fortune to the home and those who live there.
Vices & Personality flaws
Gossalu is married to the god of justice and balance, Rongon. They have two daughters: the goddess of the sun and war, Matroia; and the goddess of the moon and change, Thiumea.
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