Rulers of Water - Nichsa and Leviathan


#1

What relation is there, if any, between LEVIATHAN and NICHSA?
If Nichsa is the supreme ruler of the principle of water,
how do we describe Leviathan?
Thanks in advance for thoughts on this.


#2

Nichsa is an elemental ruler of the undies.
Leviathan is a demon. They’re not even the same class of entity.


#3

[quote=“Euoi, post:2, topic:2619”]Nichsa is an elemental ruler of the undies.
Leviathan is a demon. They’re not even the same class of entity.[/quote]
since all beings and creatures are formed from elemental principles, is there any relation between the ruler of water and this powerful demon associated with water?
Or, what is the difference between a demon of an element and an elemental ruler?


#4

Elemental are generally restricted to residing with and exhibiting their natures, which can be very very powerful, but not as nuanced.

A Demon is usually not ‘of’ a particular element, but is ascribed an element to help communicate more about it’s nature, as a comparison to other demons.

For an elemental ruler, its element describes it’s very existence and form. It acts fully and completely without equal in it’s particular plane, but does not exist outside of it.

For a demon, it’s element describes it’s nature when compared to other demons. For example a demon of a watery nature might deal more with hidden things, undercurrents, etc. A demon of a fiery nature might deal with destruction, enlightenment, etc. It’s element helps describe it’s tendencies, it’s purposes, helping to understand it, but does not limit or define it.

These are incomplete descriptions. You could get better answers in particular by talking with the entities, or their subordinates.