at a glance
- Patron deity of Egypt.
- Symbol: three flames.
- Deceased (c. ?BC).
Name: Kiya (kee-ah)
Gender: Cisgender female
- Identifiable by the colour red.
- More inclined towards the fire element. Was known for accidentally setting things on fire.
- General lack of magical talent/skill.
Looks favourably upon:
- The lost and weary.
- Travellers and adventurers.
- People who are too uptight/serious.
- Misogynistic men.
Currently none are remembered.
Kiya is deceased and has no Council role. When she was alive, she occupied a minor role as a spokeswoman. She attended public events as the face of the Council to mortals and also acted as a messenger between the deities. Unofficially, she was also key in helping to patch up rifts between the deities. While she didn't occupy a major role within the Council, her death was a huge blow to them.
Kiya has been deceased for so long that her monotheistic cult has also died out.
role in polytheistic cults
Kiya still appears in minor roles in some very ancient polytheistic cults, although her roles have largely been merged with other deities (predominantly Mallos).
She most commonly appears as a goddess of the dawn and the morning (with particular emphasis on the morning light/sunrise), but also sometimes of kindness (especially to strangers/travellers), positive social interactions and parties. In mythology, Kiya tends to appear as a socialite, often bringing people together and encouraging good relationships between the deities and mortals. She comes across as warm and well-meaning, but lacks magical and political power and frequently has to turn to the other deities for help. She also occasionally appears as a goddess of the hearth, welcoming the lost or weary into her home.
reputation on shaman
Kiya is virtually unknown on Shaman as she died thousands of years before Shaman's creation.
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