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|Symbol:||Ornate X-cross with a Green Halo|
|Home Plane:||The Deepwarp|
|Alignment:||Chaotic Neutral (True Neutral)|
|Portfolio:||Inspiration, Love, Nature|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Neutral, True Neutral, Chaotic Good, Chaotic Evil|
|Domains:||Chaos, Animal, Trickery, Travel, Luck, Charm|
Pho-Tener is one of four aspects of a greater goddess of the gokiburi named Photis. The fourfold goddess is seen as a massive gokiburi with four heads, four legs, sixteen arms, eight antenna, and adorned with halos of light behind their heads, joined in the middle where all of creation resides upon her back. While each Pho- deity can be worshiped on their own, they are one in the same part of the whole true neutral being.
Pho-Tener in particular is "the young girl" aspect, and is seen as an sprite-like almost fey gokiburi with smooth grace and covered in flowers. She is usually seen holding a kavka (something similar to a type of raven on Gokia) which portrays both her connection to the wild whims of nature and due to the creature's connection as a muse.
Summary::Pho-Tener is a beautiful goddess who wishes to bring beauty and enjoyment further into the world. It is said she escaped with the feelings of happiness from the highest heavens and brings pieces of it to the mortals to guide them to the light, though her chaotic nature often has her pulling pranks as well. Pho-Tener does not take herself too seriously.
Clergy and Temples Edit
Religion is very low-key in gokiburi societies, though Pho-Tener's prankery often runs counter to the generally lawful neutral gokiburi. Even so Pho-Tener has few temples dedicated to her, places in the wild nature and in the company of fey. Such places are often quite enjoyable to visit, but the clergy tends to irresponsibility.
Pho-Tener is a part of the gokiburi pantheon.