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|Mighty and Merciless Sea|
four un-named gods and goddesses
|Titles:||Yodotai Deity of Fear|
The Mighty and Merciless Sea was the female Deity of Fear in the Yodotai Pantheon.
Fall of the Deities Edit
Caelus, the sky, and Gaia, the Earth, bore ten children. The Ninth children became upset with his life. He was immortal, but he wanted more, to become special. He wished to depose his father as governor of heaven and earth. He manipulated his eldest brother, and trained him for years, preparing the ensuing confrontation. He eventually raised his sword against his father, challenging a duel to death, but Caelus killed his eldest son, ending the uprising. Caelus made a Hole in the Sky when he hit with his fist the heaven's floor. He decided not to dare a new rebellion and threw all his other children through the Hole, one by one. 
The Yodotai suffered their first defeat in the Battle That Must Not Be Forgotten during the First Great Crusade, when a tsunami swallowed many of the army and the Yodotai Warlord Octavius. Since then they had avoided the sea, or event the coast, in their neverending conquerings. 
Several of her siblings had appeared to the Yodotai as spirits, but this was the first time Sea appeared to them. When Sea had fallen to the mortal realm she began to feed her hate to her siblings. The tsunami killed thousands of men, and created in the Yodotai a fear to the sea. They did not move near it, and they did not swim. She had been the only of her siblings who appeared alive to the Yodotai. 
The Yodotai believed the Sea punished them for their deceit against the God. In several attempts to use ships in the Northern seas they had been sunk by her. 
External Links Edit
- The Mighty and Merciless Sea (LBS - The Awakening)
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