Yet there are many who forgo the unknown power she grants in lieu of taking in the light of the goddess, in turn becoming even wiser sages. It is said the prowess of her faithful only continues to grow after being led to Arianrhod's side. Her followers become esteemed researchers, discoverers of the unknown, and praised for their rare and undisputable knowledge. And so the next generation of mages comes to seek out the same privilege.
Arianrhod is the Celtic goddess of the moon, the stars and the sky. She has also been known by such other names, as Margawse or Morgause, and by such titles as the goddess of childbirth, magick, justice and the night. In Wales, Arianrhod takes on other attributes as well, when she becomes the goddess of the Wheel of the Year and the goddess of the full moon, destiny, fertility, death and reincarnation.
The name "Arianrhod" means "silver wheel", it derived from the Welsh arian "silver" and rhod "wheel". Alternatively, the earliest form of the name may have been Aranrot, in which case the first part of the name would be related to aran "round".
Deals up to 11x the front line damage to the Hidden Boss during Skies of Fire Raid Event.
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