The power to
use the abilities of a mother goddess. Variation of Transcendent Physiology. Female Counterpart to Father God Physiology. Not be confused with Mother Nature Physiology.
Mother Goddess Mimicry
User with this ability either is or can transform into a
mother goddess, a goddess who represents, or is the personification of, nature, motherhood, fertility, creation, destruction; or, who embodies the bounty of the Earth. Such figures are often times the literal mothers of the majority of younger generations of of gods & goddesses in the pantheon they are from.
The Virgin Mary (Christianity), is often seen as goddess because her role as the mother of Jesus.
Ataegina (Basque Mythology)
Shub Niggurath (Cthulhu Mythos) produces a countless numbers eldritch children.
Isis or Aset (Egyptian Mythology) while being the goddess of many other things such as Magic, is primarily a mother goddess who represented the birth experience.
As Queen, Tara (Epic) is the physical personification of life and growth in the forest and give and induce life to any dead plants effortlessly with or without touching them.
Hera/Juno (Greco-Roman Mythology)
Mii (Jungle de Ikou) is a spirit of flowers, fertility, and reproduction whose large breasts represent and contain Earth's life-giving energy.
Guardian ÄRM, Tiamat (Marchen Awakens Romance) takes the form of the fallen mother goddess of the ocean.
Gaea (Marvel Comics) the embodiment of the spirit of life, growth, harvest, and renewal on Earth.
Te Fiti (Moana), the Mother Island.
Tiamat (Mesopotamian Mythology)
Nyx (Persona series) is the mother of all shadows.
Kiara Sessyoin (TYPE-MOON) is a human who managed to be reborn as a mother goddess.
Kingprotea (TYPE-MOON) was formed by combining the data from multiple mother goddesses.
Isha (Warhammer 40K) is the Goddess of Fertility, Nature, Harvest, Bountiful Land, protector of the natural order and mother of the Elven race.
Rhya the Earth Mother (Warhammer Fantasy) is source of fertility, the Autumn harvest and the goddess of all that grows and lives.