Eromugen Goddesses

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So this is an annual commission from one of my Master Tier subs. The same person responsible for the Eromugen Asks that have lead to some old characters getting redesigns wanted to see this. You see, I have a Google Doc of my old notes for the comic saved, and shared it with them. There are a lot of character ideas on there, many ones that I don’t even know if I had real plans for, but among them is a pantheon of deities for the Eromugen world. All that’s listed there is their names, what they’re the deity of, and their general color scheme. This Subscriber wanted to see some of these characters come to life, so we negotiated a way for them to get four characters and they picked out some deities from the list. Other than a handful of details (like them having colorful lineart), I don’t remember much about the plans for these gods (and, in fact, the list was just for reference if I needed it, only one of these was meant to be an actual character), so these are basically wholly new designs.
From left-to-right we have Aharis, the goddess of the sun, Lyhikeni, the goddess of war, Azurah, the goddess of sex, and Misia, the goddess of the Ikimono people (a race of anthro furry characters, basically).
Of these four, only Azurah was meant to be a real character. One of the main characters of Eromugen was going to be a nun named Seraph Gunner, who’d been kicked out of her convent for lewd obsessions. She was going to start her own church dedicated to sex, and spreading that religion was her motivation for traveling with the rest of the party. In the Eromugen world, gods and goddesses are created and grow in power based on their number of worshippers, so Azurah was going to appear first as an infant or toddler, and as the religion grew she’d grow older and more MILF-y. I didn’t want to go too young, but we did decide to use her loli design here since this story never even started when the comic stopped.

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