Shoree was the youngest of Aeloma’s children, and was very free willed and creative. It’s said that Reuth was desolate before Shoree was queen. The first thing she did when she arrived was paint her castle from the waters themselves, breathing life into the surrounding land. She was so happy with the results she moved through the land creating towns and villages for the people struggling to survive.
No wars have struck Reuth over the years even after the gods left the world. Shoree spoke peace and tranquility to her people, and when tensions arose her beauty, and ability to resolve conflicts kept Reuth alive. It’s said that She still acts through negotiators and inspires artists who follow her ways through their dreams.
Some say her life brush was left behind when she left, hidden deep in her living castle. No one has been able to find the castle or the brush, though people do see reference to it in Reuthic litterature. Some artists even have produced images of the castle that they claim was shown to them by Shoree herself. This would be discounted as dreams however the paintings have striking similarities from across the continent.