Introduction[edit | edit source]

Ishtar is the goddess of beauty, good harvests, war, lust, discord and fertility in Mesopotamian Mythology/Sumerian Mythology/Babylonian Mythology, and one among the many mother goddesses whose power is derived from the Earth Mother.[1][2][3][4] Said to be the most pampered, or rather, the most beloved goddess by the other deities.[2] Her Sumerian divine name was said to be Inanna, and that name is actually her older name. Ishtar is her Akkadian divine name.[1][2] It means “The Mistress of Heaven”.[1] A goddess of Venus, a goddess who governs over the good harvests that brings prosperity to the people, and even a goddess who rules over war and destruction, she is a great goddess who, among the goddesses, was presented with many rights and Authorities from the gods.

She was with the Help of a "Piece of Akashi Tome" rewritten into a kind and benevolent goddess who cares deeply for all sentient life, especially human's that share a fragment of her Record. Though a Goddess presiding over beauty, good harvests, war, lust, discord, and fertility, she never allows her Divinities to influence her treatment of others. Even when engaged in acts of carnal pleasure, she always takes into consideration the needs of her par...'

Appearance[edit | edit source]

This form is not that of the goddess Ishtar herself, but a Pseudo-Servant condition in which a human that has a wavelength close to her own was made into a vessel.

Unlike Ereshkigal, Ishtar retains Rin's black hair.

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