Arina is the Goddess of the Harvest. Chiefly, she blesses the crops of farmers who pay proper tribute to her, but she's known to do other miscellaneous work around the lives of mortals, having a fascination with them that isn't easily sated. She presents herself as a wild haired young woman with a smile as bright as the morning sun and ram's horns, and is almost never seen without either her golden bagpipes or silver rake.

In stories and plays, if she is not the main character herself, Arina is most often depicted as the narrator - or otherwise, shown as a mischief maker with a bad habit of sticking her nose into the affair of others.

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