Crowfall details the goddess Illara and launches its pantheon guide

    
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Just like a cat.

There’s no doubt that the gods of Crowfall are powerful. But the last of the lot to be revealed – Illara, mother of cats – is the one deity that could save her followers from the Hunger. She possesses the knowledge to do so. What she lacks is even the slightest inclination; she doesn’t care about that or find it interesting enough to focus on those affected. No, Illara is busy dealing with her own pursuit of arcane knowledge, and nothing else around her garners her attention.

In other words, cat.

Illara’s reveal as the final member of the pantheon comes along with a new section of the Crowfall website dedicated to the pantheon. If you’ve missed one or two of the deities revealed along the way or just want to refresh your memory about someone, you can do that now with minimal difficulty.

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xk_tweets

Illara all the way. Another lovely bit of concept art too.

tobascodagama
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tobascodagama

As a life-long Bard player, I’m obviously gravitating to Cybele, the Goddess of Like Being Mellow And Just Having a Good Time, Man.

WandaClamshuckr
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WandaClamshuckr

So..the new goddess is a crazy cat lady.  Gotcha.

I really need to read up on Crowfall now that it has made so much progress.  I’m intrigued, which is a good start, unlike Blade & Soul which makes me cringe inside and leaves me feeling slightly annoyed.

anatheod
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anatheod

Serrenity anatheod i ‘d say Kane with Illara coming a close 2nd :D

Serrenity
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Serrenity

anatheod Same, though I’ll prolly be an adherent to Illara :)

anatheod
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anatheod

The new Pantheon made me actually read each god’s story.

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Greaterdivinity

They need to never stop releasing gorgeous artwork. Never.

orionite
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orionite

Samizdat orionite I see your point. However, I can’t help thinking that there could have been more fitting symbols. A cat’s eye, paws,… a ball of string. 
Clearly D’Orion is my deity of choice – or fate, as it were.