is the Weaver. It is the only title it has, both colloquially, and in religious circles. It is the weaver of fate. It is the patron of non, and practically no one worship it.Character Explanation:
The Weaver is not worshiped because it doesn't answer prayers, and even the pleads of gods fall on deaf ears. Being such an unapproachable being, it is not worshiped, and is mostly ignored. Almost nothing is known about it, and non has seen it, save, perhaps, for the Lady of Fate (hence the pronoun it
). The only sign that it exists is some sort of causality, or primal principle (and indeed, it has been termed the Primal Principle) that cannot be changed, cannot be reached, and of which nothing is known about. It is not known what is the nature of the connection the Primal Principle and the Weaver have, but from the way the Lady acts, it is clear that there is some
connection between the two. There are many speculations, non of which is closer to the truth than the other.
According to the Lady of Fate herself, while she decides how
things transpire, the Weaver decided what
transpires. And that when it "weaves the strands of Fate" as mortals say, it leaves room enough for the Lady to decide upon the finer details. She herself will not, or perhaps cannot, divulge further information, and all inquiries regarding either the Primal Principle, or the Weaver, fail.
Since I didn't wrote it for any particular story or world, it can be comfortably inserted into any fantasy world (or any other) as a deity, a spirit, or whatever you see fit.King of FoolsLady Luck<img alt="Creative Commons License" style="border-width:0" src="i.creativecommons.org/l/by/4.0…
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