(Eclipse) Sun Goddess Amasol


Though Amasol falls to the ground after her defeat, her vigor and vitality will soon return. She knows she must quickly remove the threat before Eklipsis' cruel prank disrupts nature's internal clock. The pale ring surrounding Eklipsis leads her to him, and she strikes back with renewed force. With the obstacle removed, the sun can continue its course unimpeded. This yearly occurrance has come to be known as an "eclipse" by the humans of Neotellus.


See Sun Goddess Amasol

Name originEdit

"Ama" means loves in spanish while "sol" means sun. "Amasol" could be translated to "Sunlover"

Additional InfoEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.