Quarrnyl (kwahr-nihl)
Biographical Information
Birthplace Early Omneutta
Birthdate B.T.
Species Ontautt
Gender Female
Domains Terra, Flora, Fauna
Biological Information
Weight Varies
Skin Colour Dark Green, Brown
Eye Colour Light Blue
Clothes Deity Robes
Armour Crown of Nature
Weaponry N/A
Seen With Ontautt


Main Article: Ontiba 1:2

Quarrnyl was created by Aster to help the clean up after the previous Deity – Porrair. Her creation was to stem some of the damage done by her sister.


Quarrnyl’s power extends over most of the natural aspects of Omneutta. She works with Aster to create animals and new plants, though she can usually create subspecies of both on her own. She can accelerate the growth of an entire forest for example, and turned charred soil into habitable land. Her appearance is a reflection of these powers – nature grows from her very body on her right arm, her skirt is made from leaves clasped together by the hips of animals, and her crown is made of woven twigs with minerals and animal teeth.

View of Sentient Species

Quarrnyl is perhaps the most benevolent of all Deities in regards to the Sentient Species. Her role as the overseer of all life in Omneutta greatly impacts this view. She believes that the Sentient Species should be left largely alone, without any, or at worst minimal interference from the other Deities. They should grow to be their own independently functioning societies, and it is up to them to fix their own problems. To Quarrnyl, the Deities left Omneutta to the Sentient Species at the Time Reset, and what happens to it is up to the Sentient Species.


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