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Psomeira

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Psomeira
The holy symbol of Psomeira.
(Deity)
Titles The Divine General
Home Aelyosos, Iblydos
Alignment Lawful neutral
Areas of Concern Seasons
Spears
Worshipers Iblydans
Cleric Alignments
Domains Law, War, Weather
Subdomains Seasons, Tactics
Favored Weapon Doru
Symbol Three entwined dorata
Images of Psomeira

Source: Distant Shores, pg(s). 13
Psomeira
Psomeira.
(Person)
Titles Hero-God of Seasons and Spears
Alignment Lawful neutral
Race/Species Human
Class Skald 13 / Champion 6
Gender Female
Homeland Aelyosos, Iblydos
Images of Psomeira

Source: Distant Shores, pg(s). 7

Psomeira is one of the two hero-gods who rule over the Iblydan city of Aelyosos.[1]

Background

Psomeira once served as a guard in Liachora. Two years after she became the youngest captain on record, the giants of Seer Heights summoned her to foretell her ascension. She made no special effort to fulfil her destiny and continued doing her civic duties, despite critique that her potential was not met.[1]

When Liachora was attacked by Ousmariku, Psomeira commanded the city's defences. As her spear struck the behemoth, a brilliant light flashed, and Ousmariku was forced to withdraw. Psomeira also vanished, presumed dead, until she emerged ten years later in Aelyosos. Psomeira became one of its rulers, and stepped up to prepare it for Ousmariku's inevitable onslaught. She refuses to answer all questions about what happened during her years of absence, and insists that only duty and drills can allow the city to survive.[1][2]

Psomeira rose as a demigod of warfare in Aelyosos after her rival Spalkis died of old age.[1]

Relationships

Psomeira sometimes disagrees with her fellow hero-god Kelksiomides, who knows that Psomeira should not be opposed when harvests are done and farmers are idle.[1]

Cults

Psomeira's followers are often physically fit, educated soldiers or guards, who promote cooperation and unity. They are protective of Aelyosos and their comrades, but never xenophobic.[1]

Holidays

Psomeira's holidays are the changing of seasons.[1]

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