On hot, bright, burning days where your own senses can not be trusted, where the ground seems to sway under your feet, where everything is hazy and twisted and falling apart, you might find yourself with a girl, glowing and grinning, reaching out her hand. She flickers in and out inconstantly, shifting from tangible to transparent to something glittering in between. Unlike her father, her flickering, changing, brilliant smile is comforting. Her wide eyes and pearlescent skin may be blinding but they are also a beacon in the darkness, guiding lost souls out of darkness, giving them hope and reigniting their dreams. In a lot of ways, she reminds those who see her of the Waw Crystal
she surrounds herself. In fact, despite the fact most people go insane after entering, her favorite place in the world is the Waw Forest
. She is quite the motivational speaker, though, in the end, her advice is not the best in the long run. She guides people to reach for the stars, damn the consequences.
hope, mirages, heat, dreams, sand
Her books are not actually books, instead, with the help of Tob
, Izma has created crystal capsules that record her voice message is small snippets. These are carefully guarded by those who receive them, and if anyone else tries to listen to the messages, it sounds like normal Waw Crystal
and they risk the chance of being Song Struck
. Any attempt to write down the message mysteriously vanishes within 24 hours.
Her symbol is what appears to be a horizon line with a small squiggle coming from the center. When engraved on a Waw Crystal coin the pattern shifts into a small image of your dreams when spun.
She is a nomadic deity, unlike the rest of her pantheon
. Because of this and her young nature, she has few devoted followers. However, many know of her, unaware of her divine nature. Those that do follow her are incredibly successful, happy people who are able to see the good in people and in everyday situations. Her followers often come from Tob's
as many of their values align.
On Amethyst 1st, many people in the west devote the day to making plans for the future, for laying out your hopes and dreams and figuring out ways to achieve those dreams.
She strives for peace among others, living only for what could be instead of what is. Potential in others is what she pulls from others and what she hopes will flourish with time and hope.
When allowed or left unsupervised by her mother, it is not uncommon to see Wum sitting near and chatting with Totu about random things she had come across. She is one of the few people to show no fear when coming across Totu.