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Lavio is the God of Death. Responsible for giving the dead safe passage to the Beyond, as well as guiding lost souls back to his mother [[Luka]], Lavio most often presents himself to mortals in the form of a young man with eyes and hair as dark as the void, with a rope hanging loosely around his neck.
 
Lavio is the God of Death. Responsible for giving the dead safe passage to the Beyond, as well as guiding lost souls back to his mother [[Luka]], Lavio most often presents himself to mortals in the form of a young man with eyes and hair as dark as the void, with a rope hanging loosely around his neck.
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In his mortal life, [[Dr. Galahan Fac'ilier]] was Lavio's lover. When Corruption's hold took him and drove him mad, however, Lavio felt that he had only one choice: To take Galahan's life himself, and prevent the corruption from reaching to his soul. Afterwards, when attempting to revive Galahan, he found that it would only be possible at the cost of his memories...and chose to go forward with doing so anyway, reasoning that even if Galahan could not remember him, he would still be able to live a happy life.
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In his mortal life, [[Dr. Galahan Fac'ilier]] was Lavio's fiancé. When Corruption's hold took him and drove him mad, however, Lavio felt that he had only one choice: To take Galahan's life himself, and prevent the corruption from reaching to his soul. Afterwards, when attempting to revive Galahan, he found that it would only be possible at the cost of his memories...and chose to go forward with doing so anyway, reasoning that even if Galahan could not remember him, he would still be able to live a happy life.
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Though he dallied with many mortals, Lavio never truly loved another again...
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1,100 years later, Lavio would reveal the truth of their relationship to Galahan in a tearful confession at his temple, where Galahan--after discovering that Lavio was the one who killed him--demanded to know why. While it hurt to hear, Galahan still could not remember the incident, and had only Lavio's word to go on.
   
Though he has dallied with many mortals, Lavio has never truly loved another again.
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Eventually, after Galahan destroyed the Beast that had killed him and stolen his memories, Lavio proposed to him once again. The two are now in the process of making their wedding plans--and every so often, Lavio calls Galahan in an anxious fit to ask his help in making decisions for the wedding plans.
 
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Latest revision as of 07:35, December 27, 2019

Lavio2

Lavio is the God of Death. Responsible for giving the dead safe passage to the Beyond, as well as guiding lost souls back to his mother Luka, Lavio most often presents himself to mortals in the form of a young man with eyes and hair as dark as the void, with a rope hanging loosely around his neck.

Most stories and plays depict him as a rather somber man with an unfortunate fondness for people, gentle and caring in nature despite his position.

He seems to have a bit of a hobby of amusing himself with mortals when not actually doing his duties as a God. It's not surprising for a person to have had an encounter with Lavio, so long as they are not an active follower of his.

Lavio's Realm2

Lavio's realm is said to be mostly empty - with only a vast, star-filled void, two chairs, and a table. Stories of the God say the reason for this is because Lavio's realm is not meant to be stayed in, only passed through; even Lavio himself, it is told, does not spend much time there.

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The Ice Ice BabiesEdit

In his mortal life, Dr. Galahan Fac'ilier was Lavio's fiancé. When Corruption's hold took him and drove him mad, however, Lavio felt that he had only one choice: To take Galahan's life himself, and prevent the corruption from reaching to his soul. Afterwards, when attempting to revive Galahan, he found that it would only be possible at the cost of his memories...and chose to go forward with doing so anyway, reasoning that even if Galahan could not remember him, he would still be able to live a happy life.

Though he dallied with many mortals, Lavio never truly loved another again...

1,100 years later, Lavio would reveal the truth of their relationship to Galahan in a tearful confession at his temple, where Galahan--after discovering that Lavio was the one who killed him--demanded to know why. While it hurt to hear, Galahan still could not remember the incident, and had only Lavio's word to go on.

Eventually, after Galahan destroyed the Beast that had killed him and stolen his memories, Lavio proposed to him once again. The two are now in the process of making their wedding plans--and every so often, Lavio calls Galahan in an anxious fit to ask his help in making decisions for the wedding plans.

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