“The light of the moon”, “The many faced god”, “The watcher in the night”, Arumba is recognized as the keeper of the afterlife and the guardian in the night against the forces of darkness for those who worship the light. However, there are growing factions who believe that Arumba and the Light are one in the same, that the sun is just one of Arumba’s many faces, and that he is the one true god.
Arumba safeguards the night against those who prowl in it. He also accepts the faithful into his everlasting garden upon death. Though many of his other faces are not so benevolent. Aesha, the full moon, plays tricks of the light changing its magical properties. This has been known to cause madness in some during the night she shows her face or absolute transformation revealing the basest of man’s nature; this is known as Aesha’s curse. Arthul, the blood moon, herald’s a bountiful harvest. Followers will sometimes offer blood sacrifices or huge festivals to show their gratitude in hopes he will not hide his face for long. Alrah, the eclipse, has conspired with the Ancients and casts darkness upon the world while also unleashing Aesha’s monsters.