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May the Earthmother walk with you.
Gruull, on October 11, 2009 12:35:40 Reply
Walk with the Earthmother
Omoi, on October 23, 2009 04:59:14 Reply
Darn you taurens and your druidism :P
Flamdo, on October 23, 2009 05:01:39 Reply
The other Earthmother isn't Druidism :3 it's just Tauren's general belief system.
Tortus, on October 23, 2009 05:36:54 Reply
Flamdo, on October 23, 2009 08:25:13 Reply
Earth Mother is a being worshiped by both tauren and Wildhammer dwarves.

The Earth Mother is the tauren ideal of all the spirits of nature. She is the benevolent goddess of the tauren, who believe that the deity is responsible for all the natural beauty of the world. They see her smiling face in the sky, the stones, the sands, and the seas.

Tauren mythology describes her as the creator of the land, and the tauren. The sun (An'she) and moon (Mu'sha) are her eyes. She lives in the rivers, trees, plains and mountains of Azeroth. She is the embodiment of nature. All lesser nature spirits come from the Earth Mother, and return to her upon death. The Earth Mother represents all the animistic forces of nature. River-spirits, sea-spirits, tree-spirits, rock-spirits, and animal spirits all reflect one facet of the Earth Mother.

In a sense, tauren see the Earth Mother as a sort of universal consciousness. While individual spirits represent a particular location, animal or object, such as the spirit of a single tree or the spirit of a valley, the Earth Mother represents the land. She is everywhere life and nature is. The only spirits separate from the Earth Mother are the spirits of sentient creatures. Tauren ancestor spirits live in harmony with the Earth Mother, but are not part of her.

Tauren religion teaches to respect and love the Earth Mother by treating her body, the land, and her children, the plants and animals of the world, with respect. Tauren disrupt the natural balance of the land as little as possible. They take only what they need from the land and eschew mass logging and mining. They respect the animals they hunt and never wastefully discard animal carcasses.

The shaman and priests of the Wildhammer dwarves entertain the people on cold nights with myths of nature and the Earth Mother.

Priests of the Earth Mother can gain access to the Animal, Elements and Spirits domains.
Tortus, on October 24, 2009 09:00:55 Reply

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