Pantheon Spotlight: The First Siblings

Leleurya (goddess of creation) and Diakon (god of destruction) were the first of the first gods. They were also the first beings to ever have children together, and their three godlings became key members of the pantheon of First Gods (as opposed to gods who ascended later on in history).

Wiavex is the goddess of souls and impulse. Her motivations are impossible to discern and she is as changing as the tide. People who meet her corporeal form are often baffled and sometimes a little afraid. Her personality is intense and worn on her sleeve, and she can be the most capricious of her siblings. She is the only being who can understand the entirety of a soul, and can change it at her whim. Her name is the source of the phrase “The Vexing Door”, which refers to the gates of the “beyond”, where a soul goes when someone dies.

Trace is the god of mind and patience. His name and identity were destroyed by Diakon, and all record of it vanished “without a trace”. He is the twin of Biim. His main motivation is to ensure balance, and he tends to achieve this by any means necessary. He experiences very few feelings, particularly since his identity was destroyed, but he is as sharp as ever.

Biim is the god of body. All physical aspects of a being fall under his domain. He provides healing and strength. He is playful and lax, helping those who ask with a (sometimes mischievous) smile. In his corporeal form, he wears a black mask over the right side of his face. If the mask is removed, all healing ceases.

He is the father of notable demigod-to-ascended-god Elias Dawn.

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