Mori - The God of the Forest

After the sea had settled and the great NerĂ³ took to the waters, plants began to grow on the islands, large and small alike, that dotted the planet. A creature rose from the very ground itself, forming from grass and bushes. Shaped like a lion with horns, the God used to be a calm and gentle leader of the plants and animals of the forests. After the Dragon Wars and the destruction of the Godwoods, home to the most ancient of trees, Mori’s mind cracked from their torment. Ever since, the forests of Taureesia have become very hostile places. Encounters with the forest God are rare, and accounts of them are even rarer. It is told that when one meets the great lion, they will hear the sound of heavy breathing, and their final sight in this world shall be the two blue eyes, filled with an insanity unlike any other. Mori was known as a loving god before insanity, and an unpredictable one after.

The elves of Se’ryli still foster a strong bond with the Mad God.

Mori represents Nature and War

Mori - The God of the Forest

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