There once was an ancient civilization that reached historical heights of prosperity. Their wise wizards dabbled in a special sort of craftwork, creating a sculpture combining thousands of goddesses and demons. They dubbed it "Mordia". She was created as proof of the civilization's innovation and cultural prowess, yet she proved to be its downfall. When the people forgot to pay reverence to gods and devils, she turned into the embodiment of destruction. Her sole purpose was to remind them there were those far more powerful than they.
Mordia translates from Spanish as "bite, champ; nibble; corrode".
Artwork by Johannes Voß.