Solarea, The Sunlit Queen
Primeval Goddess of the Sun, Light, and Summer
SupernovaSaid to have been created by Solarea herself during the War of the Gods, Supernova was a blade wielded by Solarea's chosen champion of that time, Sana Sarsson. According to legends, the gold and white blade shined like a beacon and contained the raw power of the sun itself, turning it into a terrifying weapon that could cut through most things as if they were paper.
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Tenets of Faith
Bring the light of the sun where darkness dwells; be kind, compassionate, and strong
Fire and light are the great purifier. Use both to cleanse in my name.
Relieve the suffering of the innocent wherever you can.
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Mother of AngelsDuring the War of the Dawn - a time before mortals, when the Primordials still walked the world - the Gods came to a realisation: they were vastly outnumbered by the Titans, who had propagated the land for eons before the Founders made their appearance. Solarea, considering for a moment, pulled a mote of light from herself and shaped it into a new form. This being looked like Solarea herself, at a glance: a humanoid figure surrounded by a corona of light, with large wings spread from their back. This was the first of the Angels, celestial beings made from shards of the essence of Gods themselves who would serve as their agents. While the other Gods would create their own angels in their image, Solarea would be given the moniker of "Mother of Angels".
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The FoundersAmong the Founder Gods, Solarea is easily the most widely-worshipped and thus the most powerful. She is thus considered to be the closest thing to a leader among the Founders, often being the final word in any decisions that they make as a group; she is also the most active, being the only one of the Founders who acts first as opposed to waiting for events to react to.
Worshippers of SolareaSolarea is the most widely-worshipped of the Primeval Gods, with many praying to her for bountiful harvests, warm days or even just the light of the sun itself. Solarea is a Goddess that does not demand much; merely acknowledging her presence and the gift of sunlight is enough. However, worshippers of Solarea tend to have something of a rivalry with worshippers of Lunara, which has occasionally lead to followers of the two Goddesses to come to blows with each other. One of the few things that Solarea does ask of her followers is to be vigilant in striking down evil wherever it may dwell; fiends, undead, and aberrations are said to be sworn enemies of Itaxia, and Solarea asks that her followers strike them down; Solarea has a noted disdain for the Demons of Asmodeus. However, Solarea and her clergy do not have the same blanket hatred of undead that the Raven Queen does, and is more than willing to allow them into her fold if they prove themselves. Some devotees of Solarea venerate Solarea as a Goddess of War, naming themselves the Swords of the Sun; they dress themselves in brilliant golden armour and blazing swords in imitation of her, and throw themselves into battles at the earliest opportunity. Among her worshippers, they are the most feverish when it comes to striking down evil, though this aggressive mindset has lead many to label them as dangerous. Solarea's faithful consistently dress themselves in golden and white robes with adornments resembling the shape of the sun or its rays, with head priests wearing a golden crown topped by a golden sunburst. The more martially-inclined of her followers are sent out to root out corruption in the world, to "cleanse it with light", as they would put it; they commonly wield large longswords, said to harness the rays of the sun itself. Almost all devout followers of Solarea awaken at dawn to give thanks and morning prayers to her.
Towards Lunara, the Nightmother
Towards Solarea, The Sunlit Queen
Solarea and Lunara have had a rivalry with each other since the moment they were born. They love each other, but also feud on a constant basic like any siblings do. This feud stems from the belief that the other does a worse job at lighting the world than they do. Solarea swears by the fact that her sun lights the world and brings it great warmth, and that people do not fear the sun coming out (except for the Drow, but Solarea conveniently forgets that fact). Lunara's claim is that her lights guided the mortal races through the unsafe nights, guarding them from the beings that might mean them harm.
Her Eternal Radiance
The Mother of Angels
The Light of Destruction
Lunara, the Nightmother
Primeval Goddess of the Moons, Darkness, and Winter
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