(Entirety) Vilro of Land and Sky


Vilro's heavenly palace was assaulted and the divine empress was abducted. Her subjects flew about in a panic from the chaos. The golden snakes immediately descended to the ground to inform their master, yet Vilro was nowhere to be found. After searching at length, they returned to the skies, hearts filled with resignation. Yet when they returned, they saw the corpses of the miscreants that had invaded the place lying in a heap. In the throne room stood Vilro, the empress safe in his arms.


See Vilro of Land and Sky.

Name originEdit

A reference to [Hindu] Gods, mostly depicted with multiple arms as a symbol of their divine power, with each hand holding a symbolic object or making a certain Mudra (gesture), and ability to perform several acts at the same time.

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