These two gods share a house of worship as well as specialized “dual” alters, one containing a bath of sweetened water in a butterfly bowl, the other being an offering bowl left slightly lower at the base of a stone sword. The sweetened water is for Vi, and will often drip onto the offerings for Venra. Venra prefers small offerings. Food based or sentimental are appreciated, and appear more genuine in his eyes. Vi asks only for prayer.
Venra: A god of truth, humility and home. While a seemingly confusing blend, this god stands for the humble truth seekers and those dedicated to the protection of home (be it home country, home town or home). Venra is often referred to as a god but has always appeared cloaked, even in their earliest depictions. Venra is known for bouts of mercy and gentleness, an almost human quality that is often attributed to Vi, the goddess at his side.
Vi: Goddess of mercy, and compassion. She is described by followers as a small child, and almost curious in her interactions. She governs mercy and compassion and thus travels often with Venra, knowing that the faults of humans are often reacted harshly too.