Estorica News Letter
Natural Mana Types
Spirit, Death, Flow, Blood, & Life
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The last of her kind to be elevated to godhood, Carra was tasked with regulating the flow of mana on Cavus. She couldn't stop mana, and she couldn't increase the amount of mana currently on the planet, but she could regulate its flow on a planetary scale. Carra became known as the goddess of paths because she would only appear to observe choices made by mortals that would shape the flow of mana in any given location. Where great internal conflict was present, she would appear, not to influence, but to observe. When the choice was made, regardless of the outcome, a Boone would be granted.
When Aspel instructed Carra to avoid mortals and to no longer interact with them, she deliberately disobeyed. She witnessed many paths, many choices, that spread the flow of both life and death mana that needed to be regulated. She regulated the mana back into a cycle that maintained balance on the planet. To ignore the mortals would be to forsake her purpose, her nature. She became a holy symbol of fertility, war, and growth in the eyes of mortals and was worshipped by them more than any other god before the age of the new gods.
When the break happened, Carra would be confirmed dead by her priest and her followers. Rather than die on Cavus, alone and uncertain, she dispersed herself into her most trusted followers. Tasking their bloodlines with a holy mission of restoration and preservation of mana on the planet of Cavus.