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Psemata comes in many forms, however her usual form has been described in that of a enormous white snake accompanied by piercing red eyes. Her scales, as sharp as knives, can slice through bodies with ease and protrude off her being. Heroes that are met with her presence often mention how her body seemingly stretches the length of the world, giving the illusion of endlessness.  
 
Psemata comes in many forms, however her usual form has been described in that of a enormous white snake accompanied by piercing red eyes. Her scales, as sharp as knives, can slice through bodies with ease and protrude off her being. Heroes that are met with her presence often mention how her body seemingly stretches the length of the world, giving the illusion of endlessness.  
  
As mentioned before, this isn't her only godly form. One detail that gives away her presence is glowing red eyes, even shown her hero when being used as a vessel.
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As mentioned before, this isn't her only godly form. One detail that gives away her presence is glowing red eyes, even shown on her champion when being used as a vessel.

Latest revision as of 23:41, 31 December 2017

Rumored to be born out of the lies twisted by heros looking to get an extra beer, Psemata is the greek goddess of trickery, deceit and greed.

Appearance

Psemata comes in many forms, however her usual form has been described in that of a enormous white snake accompanied by piercing red eyes. Her scales, as sharp as knives, can slice through bodies with ease and protrude off her being. Heroes that are met with her presence often mention how her body seemingly stretches the length of the world, giving the illusion of endlessness.

As mentioned before, this isn't her only godly form. One detail that gives away her presence is glowing red eyes, even shown on her champion when being used as a vessel.