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The power to possess or have traits of an Avian Deity. Variation of Animal Deity Physiology. Not to be confused with Transcendent Bird Physiology.

Also Called

  • Bird/Hawk/Ibis/Owl/Raptor Deity/God/Goddess Physiology
  • God of Avians and Birds

Capabilities

User with this ability either is or can transform into an Avian Deity, a god/goddess who represents or is associated with the Avian species. Avian Deities are common in mythology and were important among the civilizations they were present in, mainly found in Greek, Roman, Manipuri, Hindu, Persian, Egypt, Mexican and Asia mythology.

Unlike Transcendent Bird Deities are actually birds with fewer abilities, more like a Divine Beast, not hybrid humanoid figures like Avian Deities. They are naturally much more powerful, and possess many similar abilities to Transcendent Bird Deities depending on what is covered within their domain.

Applications

Types of Avian Deities Known

Associations

Limitations

Known Users

Folklore/Mythology

  • Huitzilopochtli (Aztec Mythology)
  • Lei Gong (Chinese Mythology)
  • Horus (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Isis (Egyptian Mythology); with the Wings, or sometimes the Head.
  • Neith (Egyptian Mythology); with the Wings
  • Nemty (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Ra (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Sokar (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Thoth (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Montu (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Nemesis/Rhamnousia (Greco-Roman Mythology); with the Wings
  • Nike/Victoria (Greco-Roman Mythology); with the Wings
  • The Garuda (Hindu Mythology)
  • Karura (Japanese Mythology)

Video Games

  • Thot (SMITE)
  • Horus (SMITE)
  • Ra (SMITE)
  • Kutaka Niwatari (Touhou Project)

Literature

  • Essix the Falcon (Spirit Animals)
  • Halawir the Eagle (Spirit Animals)
  • Nanani the Swan (Spirit Animals)

Cartoons

  • Pharaoh (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir) in his Horus form

Gallery

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