The motherly goddess Berengaria is often envisioned by artists as a plump and cheerful woman holding a sheath of grain in the crook of her right arm. She is wise and kind, a good match for Divyaush. Berengaria is the finder of lost children and the bringer of dawn; the first light that shatters the darkness. Where she treads, the earth is renewed.
- Out the northern gate of Ratha, on the way to Silver Leucros.
- In snowbeast's area, near the gondola to shard
- Crossing Temple, Eyes of the 13
- Shard, Temple of Light - no favor orbs
- Rossman's Landing Inside the Church.
- cow's milk
- altar candles
- Berengaria harvest apples
- cow beads
- parchment cow primers
- Immortal Berengaria cards
Artwork and Depictions
As with all the Immortals, various works of art to the goddess can be found throughout the realms.
A shrine in the Berengaria temple on the 3rd Tier of Ratha:
- Tapestries dedicated to Berengaria adorn each wall. One depicts the goddess walking through a desolate field dropping seeds to the ground. Another shows her watching over farmers as they harvest their abundant crops. Worshippers of Berengaria have paid tribute to the goddess by offering wheat and other grains at the foot of a statue in the corner.
- The marble statue depicts Berengaria and Alamhif working diligently on an unfinished bridge.
Found off the Reshalia Trade Road (RTR) north of the city is a shrine with an active favor-giving altar along with a pair of murals.
- This altar is simply constructed of smooth, mellow-grained elm. A finely woven cotton cloth embroidered with a sheaf of barley on either side of a gentle brown cow's head covers the top, a woolen tassel hanging down at each corner.
- * note: not aligned with Pilgrim's badges
- The mural on the right hand wall shows a plump, smiling woman wearing an embroidered farmwoman's smock and holding a sheaf of barley in her arms.
- The mural on the left wall shows a fat brown cow with wise, dark eyes and a garland of daisies around her neck.
Found on the 1st tier, SW side of Aesry:
- A gleaming anloral hand, palm facing the sky, rises from the middle of the street. Growing from the palm is a long silverleaf vine.
- Broad green leaves with stripes of silver twine around the fingers of the chiseled hand, and run down to spiral around its wrist and arm, nearly touching the ground. Silverleaf vine only grows a handspan each year, showing that this vine has been growing for centuries. Carved into the statue's arm is the phrase "Osrel Berengaria'a."