n the beginning...there was nothing. Over countless millennia, nothingness itself was driven mad by its solitude. In a particularly violent fit, it turned itself inside out. Thusly, the realms came into existence. Nefarious creatures and brutish beasts populate the landscape looking to challenge any who may cross their path. Deities watch from places unseen. Their meddling can be beneficial at times... and horrific at others. Of course, the greatest peril may lie in the plotting and planning of those you choose to keep company with...
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The deity of darkess and the night, Loominen is often misunderstood. Though mysterious by nature, Loominen delights in the secret beauty of things yet undiscovered. She is usually spoken of as a fair-skinned, raven-haired beauty who literally glows. Nocturnal moths and bats are said to check each mortal's home to see if they slumber before Loominen goes about her rituals, tending to night-blooming flowers and dancing with cool midnight breezes.
Due to her reclusive nature, Loominen is widely thought to be aloof or (worse yet) up to no good. Mortals often place blame for missing children upon Loominen, as she has been said to rouse them from their beds to dance and frollick into the darkness.