Laurentian Pantheon


Music, Art and Dance


Lyre of Enchantment, Brush of Creation, Shoes of the Dance



Physical Form

A Human woman

Chief Angels

Fabris, Barbis, Saltan


Fulvia is the Laurentian Goddess of music, art and dance. Almost her entire following comprises of bards and artists, but she is worshipped far beyond Laurentia: as far as Sudbaya and Grathor.

Fulvian ReligionEdit

Fulvianism involves the playing of music as a medium of prayer. Killing is strictly forbidden.

The Fulvian Ideaology, as documented in the 'Book of the Art', goes as follows:

"To truly find one's peace, one must open up their hearts and minds to the simple, yet intricate beauties of the universe. One must look at the world the way a good artist looks at the world and captures its beauty. One must look at the world the way a good musician looks at the world and creates a form which accompanies and goes in harmony with the world around it. One must look at the world the way a good dancer looks at the world and attempts to join in on the cosmic play and dance that is the universe. Once one sees the world in this way, one casts down the need for violence and death and one embraces that true happiness is in harmony with the universe and with eachother."

Places of WorshipEdit


A small shrine is the Ormyrian town of Amanyr is devoted to Fulvia. The shrine is kept by a single priestess, Kunsta.

As well as this, three wayshrines to her can be found on the roads connecting Ormyrban and Hemenskir, Sykdnjir and Astryn and Suppleheim and Antronjir.

Cheif AngelsEdit

Fulvia's Chief angels are:

Fabris, angel chief of art who commands 1000 angels and is brother to Salta.

Barbis, angel chief of music who commands 1500 angels and is husband to Salta.

Salta, angel chief of dance who commands 800 angels and is wife to Barbis.