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An ancient goddess, she was part of both the Olympian pantheon and the Netherese pantheon. She was split into Tymora (goddess of good luck) and Beshaba (goddess of misfortune) during the Dawn Cataclysm. In her natural form, Tyche was described as a tall woman with a willowy build, blond hair, and deep blue-green eyes.Who is Tyche in the Elder Scrolls?
Tyche was an ally of Jannath, Jergal, Mystryl, and Selûne. She was also a lover of Amaunator, Jergal, Lathander, and Targus. She was a rival of Kozah, Moander, and Shar. Tyche counted among her worshipers all who wished good luck, and those who, while not wishing good fortune, didn't desire misfortune either.What does Tyche look like in real life?
She was split into Tymora (goddess of good luck) and Beshaba (goddess of misfortune) during the Dawn Cataclysm. In her natural form, Tyche was described as a tall woman with a willowy build, blond hair, and deep blue-green eyes. However, other accounts described her as a rather small, slim, yet agile elfin human.Is Tyche good or bad luck?
Prior to the Dawn Cataclysm, a single deity, Tyche, controlled both good and bad luck. A fickle deity whose attention just as often brought calamity as calm, Tyche wandered through her existence controlled only by her whims, seldom concerning herself with anything or anyone for more than a moment.