Lissala

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Lissala (pronounced lis-SALL-uh) was once a major religious force in the empire of Thassilon. She was depicted either as a stern woman with no mouth, or as a creature with a snake’s lower half, a human female’s upper half, six wings, and a Sihedron head.

Lissala is the goddess of runes, fate, duty, obedience, and reward of service. Lissala also seems to have been, if not the source, then one of the major teachers of the art of rune magic, through which the rulers of Thassilon erected their mighty works and controlled the populace.

The worship of Lissala is believed to have died out with the destruction of Thassilon during Earthfall. Notes found by the party suggest she may have returned to Golarion and begun reestablishing her church.

Lissala

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