Two-Headed Dragon and Kindly Swan

Two-Headed Dragon and Kindly Swan

East Islander pantheon — East Isles king and queen of Porthramentos

These gods are found on a very large, flat island. Their seven children are worshiped by the seven clans of the island, who hold the dragon and swan in respect but do not worship them.

They are pictured in statues as a two-headed dragon and a swan, side by side. Their children are not portrayed.

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Parent: Prosopaedia

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