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'''Eyes That Watch''' is the [[Forsaken]] of feelings of inferiority, felines, and strangers. It only appears as three [[cat|feline]] eyes gazing arrogantly from shadows, and can never be described fully. Its [[owb prophet]]s can see without the need of eyes and emit dim flames from their eyes.<ref>{{Cite book/Cradle of Night|63}}</ref>
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'''Eyes That Watch''' is the [[Forsaken]] of feelings of inferiority, [[cat|felines]], and strangers. It only appears as three feline eyes gazing arrogantly from shadows, and can never be described fully. Its [[owb prophet]]s can see without the need of eyes and emit dim flames from their eyes.<ref>{{Cite book/Cradle of Night|63}}</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 17:54, 13 January 2019

Eyes That Watch
(Deity)
Home Shadow Plane
Alignment Neutral evil
Areas of Concern Feelings of inferiority
Felines
Strangers
Cleric Alignments
Favored Weapon Dagger
Symbol Three feline eyes

Source: Cradle of Night, pg(s). 63

Eyes That Watch is the Forsaken of feelings of inferiority, felines, and strangers. It only appears as three feline eyes gazing arrogantly from shadows, and can never be described fully. Its owb prophets can see without the need of eyes and emit dim flames from their eyes.[1]

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