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Origin and prevalence[edit | edit source]
Nature godlike are thought to be blessed by the deity Galawain before birth, with features mirroring those found in nature. Along with Moon godlike, they are among the more accepted of the godlikes, seemingly as their appearance is more palatable (and less threatening) to the other "normal" kith races. Even so, nature godlike often embrace their natural heritage, and can be found living alongside it.
Appearance and culture[edit | edit source]
Nature godlike bear animal features such as horns or antlers, and have long, cervine-like ears. Their skin varies, is commonly greenish-brown in color and covered in moss, bark, or fungi. Nature godlike hair is similarly coloured, with both light and dark shades of green and brown being common, often entwined with vines, blooming flowers and other plant material. Their eyes, as with other godlike, feature solid glowing iris' and/or pupils - in variants of green, blue, yellow and brown. Some godlike lack pupils entirely, and others have non-glowing eyes as normal as any other kith.
In-game description[edit | edit source]
|“||Nature godlike appear to be a fusion of human and animal features, often covered by plants, moss, or fungi. This has led to the common stigma that they are diseased, and many are killed at birth because of it. Many druidic orders have a keen interest in nature godlike because of their general curiosity as to how souls occupy animals, plants, and stones.||”|
|~ Pillars of Eternity and Deadfire in-game cyclopedia
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Nature godlike are one of the playable races. Their racial bonus talent is:
- In Pillars of Eternity
- In Deadfire
Notable characters[edit | edit source]
In Pillars of Eternity[edit | edit source]
In Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]