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 The Heart of Lyrielle

The Heart of Lyrielle



A Magical Object of the Maritanis

A magical object believed to hold what remains of the godhood of the seas.


A glowing green stone, the Heart of Lyrielle is said to be the actual heart of the fallen goddess which contains all that remains of her fallen godhood. It was initially believed lost in the Ocean Blight and many feared that without a godhood of the sea, no sea god or goddess could ever be named to take Lyrielle's place as the Coming Tide.

However, after the Blight subsided, the Heart of Lyrielle presented itself to a Powhatan girl known as Moana. It is believed that with the Heart of Lyrielle, the seas can be fully restored, repopulated with fish and other sea creatures lost in the Blight. It is also believed that a new sea god or goddess can only be named when the Heart is returned to Treasure Island. This, however, has not been corroborated by the Pantheon.

Besides having the power to restore the oceans, the Heart of Lyrielle also allows the possessor to perform a rudimentary kind of hydrokinesis. This is only effective on salt water, however, and cannot be replicated with fresh water.

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