The splendor of the Gemstone. Picture

The splendor of the Gemstone.

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Daphne of Cassiopeia (C) For me Daphne-Phantasos.
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Daphne a minor deity of nature, is the most enchanted realm, took his regency from forest, charms, and gems. So sacred is always a mirror that shows you the future is his primary weapon besides the smell of the music, plants and the magic of his gems.

Daphne is a separate deity, their armor is divine, but his soul is what makes their representation God-cloth.

His armor is called "Gemstone". and in divine version is "God Gemstone"

In the Legend:

The Queen Cassiopeia, wife of King Cepheus of the mythological Phoenician realm of Ethiopia, was beautiful but also arrogant and vain; these latter two characteristics led to her downfall.

Her name in Greek is Κασσιόπη, which means "she whose words excel".

The boast of Cassiopeia was that both she and her daughter Andromeda were more beautiful than all the Nereids, the nymph-daughters of the sea god Nereus. This brought the wrath of Poseidon, ruling god of the sea, upon the kingdom of Ethiopia.

Accounts differ as to whether Poseidon decided to flood the whole country or direct the sea monster Cetus to destroy it. In either case, trying to save their kingdom, Cepheus and Cassiopeia consulted a wise oracle, who told them that the only way to appease the sea gods was to sacrifice their daughter.

Accordingly, Andromeda was chained to a rock at the sea's edge and left there to helplessly await her fate at the hands of Cetus. But the hero Perseus arrived in time, saved Andromeda, and ultimately became her husband. Since Poseidon thought that Cassiopeia should not escape punishment, he placed her in the heavens in such a position that, as she circles the celestial pole, she is upside-down for half the time.

As it is near the pole star, the constellation Cassiopeia can be seen the whole year from the northern hemisphere, although sometimes upside down.
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