The World of Erasthay – Throwia

The Goddess of Suffering – Throwia

Sex: Female
Title: Scourge of the Gods
Sphere of Influence: Suffering, Punishment
Residence: The Aquamarine Palace
Parents: Iustia, Las
Spouse: Vedr
Lovers: Pater, Las, Spahique
Children w/ Pater: The Demons
Children w/ Las: The Incubi, the Succubi
Religion: Worshiped by none. No organized religion.

Legends

The Aquamarine Palace: A palace made of aquamarines that floats upon the seas, moved about by an endless Storm. The Palace was created by Vedr and Throwia as a place they could share their love away from the eyes of others. After their marriage, they continue to live here. Sometimes, Vedr gets caught up in her wife’s darker desires, and great storms are spawned to ravish the coasts.

The Marriage of Lust: Slata, tired of Las‘s pranks, felt marriage would calm the lusty God down. She approached the three non-hermaphroditic, single Goddess. Saphique utterly refused, laughing in her twin sister’s face. Cernere inflamed Slata‘s lust and it was only after their passionate tryst did Slata realize her lover had slipped away, leaving behind a note vowing to stay hidden until Las was married. That left Iustia, the blind Goddess of Justice. Slata approached the Goddess and found her to be obedient, following the will of society and thus married Las. It did little to control the God’s lustful behavior. Iustia bore a single daughter, Throwia the goddess of suffering, manifesting the unhappiness of her mother in her marriage and Lashing out the way the obedient Iustia never could.

The Lesbian Goddess’s Affections: Saphique lusted after all her half-sisters and would try to seduce them while they were young maids. She successful seduced Biaute, Lagu, and Rithi, but all abandoned her when they became adults in favor of men. With Throwia and Vedr, she was more successful. Both girls stayed her lovers into adulthood. She introduced the girls to each other, and to her delight, the pair fell in love and eventually married. They still found time to have threesomes with their favorite sister.

The Love of Storm and Suffering: The goddess Throwia and Vedr fell in love and desired to be married, but Pater refused to allow two women to marry. Vedr approached her father and inflamed his lust and made him promise to allow her to marry Throwia. Pater lied and said he would. Afterwards, he refused, and Vedr bore ten sons and ten daughters, the Lightning Born and Rain Maidens. Throwia went to her father, Las, for help and he agreed to help her in exchange for sleeping with her. Throwia fucked her father and bore ten sons and ten daughters, the Incubi and Succubi. Las told her, she would need the Chains of the Earth to hold Pater and that they were in the procession of Seljan. Seljan had always lusted after Vedr, so she went to him and slept with him for the chains and bore 10 Efreet and 10 Jinn. With the chains, Throwia seduced Pater and bound him with the chains as part of their sex. Once bound, she tortured him. For a year she tortured him, each day her lust at causing suffering would overwhelm her and she would mount Pater and ride him to orgasm and then bear 10 demon daughters. After a year, Pater finally relented, and Throwia and Vedr were married.

The Storm’s Lust: Despite her happiness with Throwia, Vedr found herself desiring a male lover from time to time. Her palace often drifted by the coastal towns that Seljan, god of commerce, frequented and she remembered her single tryst. There affairs were brief and Vedr would bear more female Jinn and male Efreet. Throwia’s jealousy would cause her to send earthquakes, storms, and other disasters to cause suffering on the coastal cities Seljan frequented.

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