A brief profile of Gods and Goddesess:
Ø Pymi- The mediator of the deities. She is a loyal servant of the Bookstore Deities ever since I don't know when a thousand times years ago.She has the ability to change appearance and copy an identity from random people.
Ø Isa siyang batang nagliligalig sa mundo para maghanap ng mga customers slash victim slash tuturuan ng leksyon para dalhin sa kanilang mahiwagang bookstore at bigyan ng isang extralimited edition na item galing sa isang God o Goddess. Her name is pronounced as 'paymi'.
Ø Elementary appearance.
Ø Ppela- Goddess of papers and tearable goods. pronounced as 'pela'. No one can read what's going in her mind because she is unpredictable and moody. She is the scratch queen. She values things that are scrap and scratch for others. She sees their innate and future value, just like a paper which is always disregarded by humans.
Ø 20's appearance.
Ø Uncle Baba- The old, reserved, and wise, God of wisdom and books. Mahaba ang balbas.
Ø Titus- The God of Pen and writing. Teenager looking. Cosplayer ni Francisco Balagtas. Isa siyang makata na malalim ang pananalita at laging malaman ang mga sinasabi.
Ø Yju-The jolly Goddess of binding. Just like a glue and scotch tape, Yju values Unity, camaraderie, love, friendship and anything that binds humans. She looks like in her 30's.
Ø Skat- Goddess of time, measurement, and perfection. She knows the perfect time and tamang panahon. For her, timing is everything. Everything has the right combination and amount and numbers. Numbers are hidden signs. She is about the same age of Ppela.
Ø Kang- God of Arts and Crafting. One year old appearance. He can make things out of scraps.
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