Lugia (5e Deity)
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Alignment. Neutral Good
Domains. Tempest, Nature
Divine Rank. Lesser Deity
Lugia is the bearer of the "soul of silver" who supposedly quells and leads the legendary birds.
Guardian of the Seas
Lugia is a large pokémon that resembles a dragon, a plesiosaur, and a bird, all combined. It is primarily pale silver-white, but it has blue undersides with slightly varying tones. It has a ridged mouth similar to a beak, although it has pointed teeth on its lower jaw. Its teardrop head has a point to the back, and Lugia's eyes have pointed blue or black spikes on them. Lugia has a long, slender neck and a smooth, streamlined body. Dark blue or black plate-like protrusions run down the length of its back, and there are two smaller, more pointed ones on the end of its tail. It can fold back these plates to increase its speed in air or water. It has large wings that resemble hands. According to legend, a single flap of its wings can generate a storm lasting 40 days.
Lugia is the pokemon of power and mystique in the Johto region and the counterpart of Ho-Oh. While it is a genderless legendary pokemon, it is known to have breeding capabilities, which has put it in danger at the hands of humans prior. When the legendary birds are gathered, or when it is summoned by the power of the Kanto badges, Lugia appears. In the case of the birds, it must quell them from fighting, as their meeting invokes cataclysm. Like the birds, Lugia can control and conjure powerful, destructive storms. It is incredibly intelligent and has psychic capabilities which allow it to communicate telepathically. While it can fly, it usually resides deep within the sea, and is rarely seen.
While Lugia looks like a smooth creature, its body is actually covered in feathers. The Silver Wing is one of its feathers. Only those whom have captured it or earned its respect are able to obtain one. This feather can be combined with a rainbow wing from Ho-Oh's plumage. Together, they grant one the power to travel through time without suffering negative effects.