Cassandra embodies what most humans think of when they envision paradise—green fields, calm weather, and plentiful game. She often takes the form of an unnaturally beautiful woman with blond hair and sparkling green eyes. She has a wonderful pale complexion and wears a simple white dress. Cassandra is the goddess of the good life, and the desire to find a better world is what has lead to her following among the tribes of man.
Cassandra is most frequently revered by shepards, druids, and lovers. She represents peace and unity with nature. Whereas most humans have learned to regard nature with a sense of fear and as something to be dominated to ensure peace, those who listen to the song of Cassandra take a different approach, one of working with the natural ebb and flow of the land and working to become part of that natural cycle in order to co-exist.
While Cassandra is perhaps the weakest of the human gods, her followers keep her alive with a variety of rituals and whispered prayers for safety, love, and a better life. Cassandra has dominion over Healing, Water, and the Sun, and for this reason is also revered by the new caste of fishermen and farmers. As a goddess of peace, she has no favored weapon, but does not prevent her followers from protecting themselves, or others.