Aspect 4: Obine

Aspect 4: Obine (Elemental)

Characteristics:

  • Hair – black, blond, brown, red
  • Eyes – blue, brown, gold, gray, green, hazel, purple
  • Skin – light tan to dark brown
  • Affinity – elemental magic; can communicate with and control elemental creatures; golem creation
  • Alternate Forms – can take on the form of their particular element: air, earth, fire, or water
  • Fenir – unknown

Obinena were the fourth aspect created by God. They have a slightly higher balance of light than dark. They are attuned to one particular element, and can’t use the other three.

  • Nalu (Air)
  • Parut (Earth)
  • Univ (Water)
  • Viteri (Fire)

They can communicate with and control elemental creatures of their particular element, and can also create golems of their particular element. They can also use their element to read their environment, like an extra sense, although this power isn’t as strong with obinena as it is with yalirna because they only have one element to draw from.

They are usually comfortable living anywhere, whether they’re out in nature or in a city. If they do live in a city though, they usually find themselves needing to visit a more natural area eventually just to recharge. They are drawn outside, where they can be closer to their element.

Obinena are known for being very creative, easygoing, and introspective. They love working with art, music, and architecture, and are known for helping in the creation of sky gardens. They can assist in the training of all of the aspects, aside from garshikna. With their control of the elements, they present a unique challenge to shimana who are trying to master their own aspects, manipulating the environment around them with their particular element.

They tend to be more comfortable in a supporting role, and are oftentimes thought of as being far too laidback as leaders. But when they do find themselves in a leadership position, they take it more seriously than is expected, and are quick to use their skills towards diplomacy, forming alliances, and encouraging trade.

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