Morrika – Goddess of Crops and Harvests

Morrika – Goddess of Crops and Harvests

Symbol: A vase adorned with images of the local crops

Daughter of Amoria and Kronis. Usually appearing as a young vibrant woman with a vase of water and a bushel of whatever the primary crop is for the region.
Her followers tend to be farmers, rangers and druids. Her places of worship vary wildly from the traditional pyramid structure of temples in farming villages and hamlets to simple offering sites with the pyramid and Morrika’s symbol as more of a statue to denote it as an offering site to Morrika.
Common folk and druids tend to worship her. In druid temples, she is depicted with her vase of water and surrounded by the predominant foliage of the area.

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