Few temples of Pharika are supported within the major city states of Theros. While Pharika teaches many healing arts, she is best known as the god of afflictions, poisons, and disease. While not presented as a foul Nurgle-esque monstrosity, Pharika is still treated as a monster almost more than a god. A serpentine woman master of venoms and mysteries.
Pharika’s Walk is a temple dedicated to the healers of legend in many forms but all dedicated to Pharika’s works. Statues of these healers, physicians, alchemists, and other beneficent followers line the walk on both sides of a long reflecting pool that leads up to a larger pool with a massive statue of Pharika in her snake-bodied form, flanked by statues of serpentine servitors with hundreds of eyes representing her love of secrets and her nearly omniscient cold gaze.
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