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Sedna

Indeed, you are 0% erudite, 0% sensual, 0% martial, and 0% saturnine.

Deep in her underwater realm named Adliden, the place where the souls of the dead were taken to pay for their sins, this Inuit Goddess of the Ocean and all its creatures ruled with cruelty nurtured by bitterness. And who would blame her. Her story is in fact quite tragic.

Sedna was once a beautiful young woman whom men from far off villages would come to court. But she was a haughty maiden and would have nothing to do with them. That is, until the fateful day a handsome young hunter came into the village. He succeeded in convincing her that they should be married. The wedding took place after which Sedna was whisked away by her new husband. The beautiful young man was in fact a supernatural being, in this case a terrible bird-spirit.

When Sedna's father found out about this, he became filled with anger for the shame this brought upon his good name. He recovered Sedna using a small kayak, but the bird-spirit brought forth dark storm clouds causing massive waves to batter the kayak. But Sedna's father was a cowardly and selfish man. He reasoned that his daughter was the cause of this situation, and so he threw her into the tumultuous sea hoping that this sacrifice might placate the awful spirit. The storm ceased, followed by an unnatural calm.

Sedna's father made his way back to the village where he began to feel pretty good about his restored honour. That night he slept a deep and unnatural sleep. Sedna had become the Goddess of the Ocean and placed a spell upon her one time father. And what a dark vindictive Goddess she had become. Sedna caused the sea to wash away all traces of her father’s village and pull him down into her vast watery kingdom. Needless to say, their reunion was not a pleasant one.

The Fifteen Goddesses

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…all or none of the four variables: Neit. … Erudite: Minerva. … Sensual: Aphrodite. … Martial: Artemis. … Saturnine: Persephone. … Erudite & Sensual: Isis. … Erudite & Martial: Sekhmet. … Erudite & Saturnine: Nemesis. … Sensual & Martial: Hera. … Sensual & Saturnine: Bast. … Martial & Saturnine: Ilamatecuhtli. … Erudite, Sensual & Martial: Maeve. … Erudite, Sensual & Saturnine: Freya. … Erudite, Martial & Saturnine: Sedna. … Sensual, Martial & Saturnine: Macha.

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