Fleet ~ Goddess of Swiftness, Beauty, Competition
Symbol – Winged Pegasus
Summary: The goddess of swiftness, weather, beauty and competition. Known to be extremely beautiful, Fleet is also a common muse for many artists in both paintings and statues. In addition, she also represents triumph in competition of all kinds, including inner and outer beauty. True to her name Fleet is also as fast as the wind and as strong as a gale, she is also often times considered the embodiment of storms.Click here to Read More
Church of Fleet
Renown for her beauty, speed and grace, Fleet is the goddess of all of these as well as competition. Many of her followers have a strong desire and drive to win in all categories, as well as to remain humble in defeat. Underneath the beauty, she is the powerful goddess of storms, wind and rain. Sometimes depicted in full armor, with a ornate winged helmet and spear of pure lightning pulled from the heavens themselves.
Churches of Fleet are often beautiful and ornate in tribute to their goddess, but not wastefully excessive. Inside the halls of her church those who are well versed in star reading and fortune telling. gather and those with speed and prowess deliver the tellings. In this way, Fleet is said to watch over her subjects and forewarn them of impending danger or strife. Some of the temples also serve as competition grounds or fighting pits, as these are forms of worship of Fleet.
Description of Church/Clergy: The Clergy of Fleet are often artists, curators, weather watchers, match makers, or messengers. Churches of Fleet double as museums, and art galleries; covered in beautiful stained glass windows, masterful painting and sculptures. Many of them serve as stargazers and meteorologists, as they believe that the rain, the wind and the storms can be predicted as they come from Fleet herself.
The armed version of Fleet’s church often are sighted at the center of storms to hone their craft, protecting works of art and music, and at sites of competition. They are called Stormbringers. However, despite her domains, the armed clergy of Fleet is often seen at the side of other deities clergy such as Pith and Writ, to defend the common people from tyrants and evil across the world.
High Priests of Fleet are called the Marigolds, and are seen sometimes in dire times, praying to the skies for rain to soak a dry land, or to bless grounds of competition. Lastly, they can also be found simply just painting beautiful works of art in the temple. Despite this, no one dares provoke a Marigold, as the wrath of their goddess would soon follow.
Respect the power of the thundering storm, and revel when the wind is at your back.
Always aim for victory, but remain humble in defeat, for you may always grow in defeat.
Cherish and remain loyal to those you love and whom are loyal you.
Honor and preserve all that is beautiful, seek the beauty hidden in all things.
Example sins of Fleet include but are not limited too:
– Infidelity, both to your loved ones or your comrades.
– Defaming or defacing a work of art.