Wawrea and the Burying of Eves
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Published: June 1, 2018


Wawrea, the Goddess of the Bloom, spends her time filled with life and love. She brings to her beautiful people glad tidings that all things that die will soon bloom with life again. During the Burying of Eves, Ambrivans spend their evenings planting new life as the summer heat wanes with the diminishing day. Life blooms three times as fast, and often Ambrivans can see new life sprouting just days after planting seeds. This time is also used to relive past memories with loved ones who have passed on by burying objects from their previous life. The lives of the deceased are celebrated in the evening with a flower or tree planted in their honor over the buried item...

The Burying of Eves

Planting flowers/trees and watching them grow
Burying a deceased loved one's personal item
Watching the sunset or sunrise
Reliving a past memory of a loved one
Nature walks in parks or your yard of new growth
Going to Wawrea's temple and praying


You can participate in every event, visual and literature works, with every Ambrivan you have. Each finished work earns you an Ambri Coin. Remember that ambri coins earned can get you lots of other things like pets, upgrades, magic, and more!

Event Ends July 15th

Ambrivan Physiology and LorePhysiology
Ambrivans are short, about 3'5" to 4'5" for females and, on average five inches taller for males. Adult petite or lean Ambrivan females weigh around 180 pounds, athletic or muscular female Ambrivans weigh around 200 pounds, and while not common, over weight Ambrivans do exist (males weigh 20-30 pounds more than females on average). Ambrivans can live for 150-180 years on average, with 1-20 being young, 21-50 being children, 51-80 being teenagers, 81-120 being adults, and 121-180 being elderly. Most Ambrivans do not live past 180 (tho some do - the oldest on record was 200).
Ambrivans are stout and do not injure easily. They jump high, run fast, but are clumsy in water without special training. They are hardy and do not suffer in the cold like some creatures do tho they overheat easily in the summer and fall. They get claustrophobic easily - they prefer wide open spaces... tho some have overcome this and work in mines or live in forests. Most Ambr
The Ambaran Pantheon: Gods and GoddessesAndra, Goddess of the Ebb and Flow of Life & Queen of the Gods
Andra is the dual headed goddess of the ebb and flow of life. She controls the path of life for each Ambrivan in her care from conception to the moment they pass into death. She is short and stout, appears pregnant, has two heads with black hair and a light blue body with dark blue markings (spots), legendary ears, eyes and ribbons, and a crown of short horns. Like all gods, she glows lightly.
Rhideno, God of the Second Awakening & King of the Gods
Rhideno is triple horned god of the second awakening. He controls the path into death for each Ambrivan brought to him from Andra. When Rhideno awakens passed on Ambrivans into the world of death, they join the after life with those who have come before them, gaining a second chance. Rhideno is tall and lanky, has four arms, dark gray skin with black stripes, legendary ears, eyes and horns (+1 horn on his forehead), legendary ribbons and

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EvuieHobbyist General Artist
I was scared there for a second! XD 
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iLantiisHobbyist Digital Artist
Haha and it ends up being a happy thing! XD I am tricksy!
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I wish this was a thing in reality. It sounds like a wonderful way to remember those gone.
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iLantiisHobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, me too