The power to possess or have traits of a Fertility Deity. Variation of Transcendent Physiology. Combination of Nature Deity, Health DeitySex Deity and Vegetation Deity Physiology. But also not to be confused with just Sex Deity Physiology.

Also Called

  • Birth/Procreation/Reproduction Deity/God/Goddess Physiology
  • Gods of Fertility, Birth, Procreation, Reproduction, Sex, Nature and Vegetation
  • The Fertile One

Capabilities

User with this ability either is or can transform into a Fertility Deity, a god/goddess who represents or is associated with fertility, virility, sex, sexual health, reproduction, procreation, pregnancy, birth, nature, vegetation and crops. Fertility Deities are common in mythology and were important among ancient and current civilizations. In most cases these deities are directly associated with these experiences.

Unlike Sex Deities main focus are desire, love, lust, and sexuality with minor fertility abilities; Fertility Deities are naturally much more powerful in that field, and possess many similar abilities to Sex Deities depending on what is covered within their domain.

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Known Users

Folklore/Mythology

  • Asherah (Canaanite Mythology)
  • Cernunnos (Celtic Mythology)
  • The Dagda (Celtic/Irish Mythology)
  • Min (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Osiris (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Sobek (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Agathodaemon (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Artemis/Diana (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Cronus/Saturn (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Demeter/Ceres (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Dionysus/Bacchus (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Eileithyia/Lucina (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Hecate/Trivia (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Hera/Juno (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Hermaphroditus (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Pan/Faunus (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Persephone/Kore/Proserpina (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Hades(Greco-Roman Mythology) described by some sources as the god of the earth’s fertility.
  • Priapus/Mutunus Tutunus (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Phanes (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Chandra (Hindu Mythology)
  • Freyr (Nordic Mythology)
  • Silvanus (Roman Mythology)
  • Jarylo (Slavic Mythology)

Anime & Manga

  • Ceresmon (Digimon)
  • Landorus (Pokémon)
  • Mii (Jungle de Ikou)

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