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Creation of Cana

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How Cana, the Tiasis God of Summer, was created.

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Long, long ago, the country known as Kohae used to be vastly different.

There were no wolves or lions. It was Zammes, a place ruled by the ancient moose. They were bigger and stronger than the moose of today. They had golden fur, ivory antlers and frighteningly blue eyes. Their prowess was feared throughout the elder days of Tiagen.

The great Emperor Irok'shel was praised as a great warlord. He mowed down enemy moose tribes like a plague of strength and ferocity. His empire was one of greatness and prosperity. When he reached the age, he was to take an empress.

As with the ancient tradition of the Zammes moose, Irok'shel would only join the female who could prove to be a physical equal. Many warriors tried, many failed. Irok’shel grew arrogant and started to believe no female moose could defeat him.

That was until Shansyt, the daughter of a meek farmer, stepped up to take on the Emperor. Onlookers laughed at her as no farmer had ever stepped into the capital colosseum before. Shansyt fought the Emperor with not only her might, but her mind. Her intelligence and prowess impressed Irok’shel.

As with the other fights, she lost. However, she proved to be his equal. She, a farmer with nothing to her name, was equal to the emperor. Their combined greatness felled and razed many enemies until the warring tribes finally surrendered to them.

After many years together, they finally had an heir to their empire – Princess Eshet. She was said to be one of beauty and magic, as if Shanerol herself blessed the calf. Her fur was a mystical white and her eyes were the red of blood. She was believed to be blessed by the ancient moose gods.

The princess was beloved by her fellow people. Her birthday became the most celebrated holiday within the empire, a true thing to behold.

One day, the Empress travelled to a moose smith by the name of Zitasis. She asked him to create something of beauty for the princess’ tenth birthday.

Zitasis was not heard for many months after the request. He only returned on the day of the celebration; a 25-foot object covered by cloth being dragged behind him.

Emperor Irok'shel tore down the cloth, revealing a magnificent statue made of gold. The statue was a thing of beauty, so much so that nobody could tear their eyes away from it. Zitasis was proud of his greatest work. Eshet was ecstatic over her great gift, tearing at her red eyes at the marvel.

The statue was placed at the entrance of the palace, treated as an offering from the gods themselves as no mere mortal could create such beauty.

The statue slowly became a religious figure, the moose leaving their sacred temples to pray and bring offerings to the statue. It was considered and honour to clean it and protect it. It was the sacred treasure of Irok’shel’s empire.

A moose by the name of Sormonkau, heavily disfigured by the wars lead by the Empress and Emperor, loathed the princess. She hated her, hated her blessing. Sormonkau was angry that her fellows dared to ignore the moose gods, fearing the wrath that would fall upon them.
Sormonkau decided to destroy the statue. She tried to set fire to it, hoping for it to melt and return everyone’s preserved stolen sanity.

But Sormonkau did not know that it was not just the moose who admired the statue. The Fire God, Soaris of the Tiasis Pantheon, was also enamoured with the beauty of the statue. His admiration was so strong that instead of his fire destroying the statue, it brought the statue to life.

The statue was now a golden moose with a large neck, long legs, moss covering their back and multiple pieces of turquoise decorating their sides. Its eyes were blood red, the sign of a blessed moose.

Sormonkau was defeated by the new entity. And with the fire bestowed by Soaris, the entity brought about the first summer. A season between spring and autumn. A season that would be around for three months of the year before the entity had to return to its statue form. It had to rekindle that inner flame for the next year.

Soaris bestowed the creature with the name of ‘Cana’, the Goddess of Summer.

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