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Photian Royal goddess Aysu - the goddess of the moon. Aysu is a creation of Itziar to be her daughter and companion. She is the wife of Khurshid. She has many children, but the chief of these children are Asier, Haidee, Garbi, Kurou, and Pinar. This is a depiction of Aysu in her full moon state. The wolf is Lycus, the demon that chases and howls after her.

Photian Royal goddess Aysu - the goddess of the moon. Aysu is a creation of Itziar to be her daughter and companion. She is the wife of Khurshid. She has many children, but the chief of these children are Asier, Haidee, Garbi, Kurou, and Pinar. This is a depiction of Aysu in her full moon state. The wolf is Lycus, the demon that chases and howls after her.

Zems - Blizzard, Jackson Tjota on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/zems-blizzard

Zems - Blizzard, Jackson Tjota on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/zems-blizzard

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hades and persephone 3 by sandara.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

hades and persephone 3 by sandara.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

When he was little he always talked about controlling the air, lightning, weather and even the very sky.  At first he had just played around and pretended, but soon the villagers began mocking him and insulting him, some bullying him.  One day he vanished and although the parent's grieved, the village continued.  Then several years later a man robed and armored walked into the village and killed those who maimed the child.  Whether this man was the child or not is unknown.

When he was little he always talked about controlling the air, lightning, weather and even the very sky. At first he had just played around and pretended, but soon the villagers began mocking him and insulting him, some bullying him. One day he vanished and although the parent's grieved, the village continued. Then several years later a man robed and armored walked into the village and killed those who maimed the child. Whether this man was the child or not is unknown.