Sirius Chronicles fact of the week (1)Huzzah! I decided to do this. On Sunday of every week I will be posting a Sirius Chronicles fact explored into detail.More Like This
This week, (Luxist)religious hierarchy. (Tenebrist religious hierarchy is nonexistant)
First, a small graph.
Celestials (the goddess' warriors)
Unicorns (the goddess' sacred animal)
Enguee (made in the goddess' image)
Regular Immortal kin (common folk)
It makes a lot of sense that the goddess is at the top here, Lux for the most part is responsible for defense against Tenebris and the occasional act of divine intervention only when utterly necessary. She has two forms, a massive cosmic form and a smaller but still quite large atmospheric form.
The Luxguins are Lux's immediate offspring. They are infants that have a thousand year incubation period and are said to become adults at 2000 years however next to nothing is known of them. Luxguins are equipped with a celestial belt that harnesses their mother's p
LoZ: The Fail-SafeThere was too much grass-- and it is all much too tall. She was the reborn form of a great Goddess who had saved her people; Zelda knew this and still felt presently inferior, invisible. Even with Impa searching, sifting, and Ghirahim always seeking her for a dark claim with his wicked, dark lips, his demonic, wiley eyes and his master's nefarious purposes, she felt like nothing at all. Nothing.More Like This
Shifting in her pink dress, she felt chilled in the woodland breeze. She was waiting now, waiting to be devoured by a Deku-baba, captured by a Bokoblin, ripped apart by something dark and evil. And the blonde was close to tears.
This wasn't supposed to happen.
None of this was.
Though the fail safe of her previous incarnation, the brave Goddess Hylia, to prevent her from being hunted down so easily, she did not wager the Goddess anticipated her next for to be so hopelessly weak or her caretaker to be so stubborn and downright posessive. Certainly Zelda had grown to care for the Sheikah woman to