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Pulura

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Pulura
(Deity)
Titles The Shimmering Maiden[1]
The North Star[2]
Mistress of the Stars and the Mysterious Light of the Aurora[3]
Mistress of the Aurora Iobara[2]
Adjective Puluran[4]
Home No fixed abode
Alignment Chaotic good
Areas of Concern Constellations
Homesickness
Northern lights
Worshipers Hunters, lonely travelers, nomads, stargazers
Cleric Alignments
Domains Air, Chaos, Good, Weather
Subdomains Azata, Cloud, Seasons, Stars
Favored Weapon Sling
Symbol Face in northern lights
Sacred Animal Firefly
Sacred Colors Midnight blue
Images of Pulura

Source: Chronicle of the Righteous, pg(s). 20

Pulura, the mistress of the stars and the aurora, is an angel empyreal lord who was worshiped as a major deity in the lost Kellid realm of Sarkoris. The Sarkorians saw her and the demon lord Kostchtchie as dualistic gods of cold.[5][6]

A stargazer of Pulura sporting the holy symbol of his goddess as a tattoo on his chest.

She was honoured by a mighty ring of idols in the city of Dyinglight but, in common with the rest of Sarkoris, the city has fallen to the demons of the Worldwound.[7] A cascade named for her, Pulura's Fall, once flowed to the northeast of Iz, but has since been swallowed by the Worldwound.[8] An idol to Pulura stands on the Walk of Lost Gods in the ravaged town of Gundrun.[9]

Artifacts

Pulura is associated with the legendary artifact known as the barding of pleated light.[10]

References