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Concordia: Goddess of Harmony
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Published: April 1, 2018
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Dragon Gods

Concordia is said to be a mature and elegant goddess. Concordia is often thought to be the one that puts Chao in his place when he creates his chaos. She is also often depicted to be Chao's opposite.

Concordia is often associated with tribal leaders, marriage, and peace. When a tribe member becomes the new leader they would be given many blue, purple, and red jewelry and a staff coloured in the three colours. Red and purple symbolizing Chao, and blue symbolizing Concordia.

When two Lycanthropes become mates they will also be given blue jewelry to symbolize their marriage and be given a blessing from the goddess by their Chief.

If two tribes decide to form peace or an alliance the two tribes will trade blue painted jewelry, objects, and even buckskins and furs to symbolize the new found harmony between the two tribes.

Concordia is also often associated with the wind. Usually a gentle breeze. It's unknown where this association came from but some tribes believe that a soft wind carries her "essence" or presence.

Concordia is not normally depicted to have a breath weapon of any sort.
Concordia's symbols are, the colour blue, wind, and water.
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1tiptip1|Hobbyist General Artist
I always found blue to be a positive color.
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horse14t|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Same :D
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1tiptip1|Hobbyist General Artist
Does this god ever show up in any earthly form anymore?
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horse14t|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Most would say that they can feel her presence in the wind but physical sightings are rare. Usually seen in cloud formations.

The 7 dragon gods are meant to just be deities to explain the world around them. Similar to the different gods in real life.
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