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The 12 Constellations of Ossval's night sky.

The twelve constellations of Ossval's night sky are arranged below in their order clockwise beginning with the Northern Hemisphere's six constellations at 12 o'clock, and then jumping to the Southren Hemisphere and running in order clockwise from 12 o'clock. The Hammer Constellation. If one were to lay on their back, head facing north and feet south, they would see this constellation at roughly 12 o'clock. The Hammer gives great meaning to Dwarven Life. It represents the creations of the Gods of the Pantheon as they emerge from the Cosmic Forge. It also symbolizes the favored and most blessed weapon with which to smite the foes of the Dwarven Deities.

The Seldarine or "World Oak". This constellation sits to the right of the Hammer at 2 o'clock in the Northern sky. Revered by the Sylvan Elves primarily, it is also held in high esteem by Human's worshipping the Norse mythos as well as other races with similar tree associated creation myths.

The Twin Tigers. This twin constellation sits at 4 o'clock in the northern sky.

The Griffon. This twin constellation sits at 6 o'clock in the northern sky. In the depths of winter season it dips below the horizon and disappears until spring. At the height of summer, the Griffon is locked in battle with the Serpent.

The Dragon. This constellation sits at 8 o'clock in the northern sky.

The Mare. This constellation sits at 10 o'clock in the northern sky.

The Frog. This constellation sits at 12 o'clock in the southern sky.

The Spear. This constellation sits at 2 o'clock in the southern sky.

The Spider. This constellation sits at 4 o'clock in the southern sky.

The Serpent. This constellation sits at 6 o'clock in the southern sky. At Summer solstice it battles with the Griffon for command of the night sky.

The Whale. This constellation sits at 8 o'clock in the southern sky.

The Falcon. This constellation sits at 10 o'clock in the southern sky.