(Mound) Ophelia the Gods' Mortician


The ivory dunes of the hallowed cemetery stretch far and wide. With each gods' death, she will pour their remains atop the towering heap. She is the protector of not only their memories, but their final resting place as well. It can be said to represent the history of the world, and she prays that she will find someone to whom she may confer the legacy of the departed ones, in addition to her own existence.


See Ophelia the Gods' Mortician

Name originEdit

In Shakespeare's 'Hamlet', Ophelia was the lover of Hamlet who went insane as a result of his irrational behavior.

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