Many of the artifacts discovered in what is now central Brigard depict a giant snake-like creature, referred to by researchers as the Storm Serpent. Little is known about the culture that made the artifacts, but from what has been found, it is clear that the Storm Serpent was worshiped as a sort of rain deity. Some archaeologists theorize that a god devoted specifically to weather implies that at the time, central Brigard was much drier than present-day conditions would lead some to believe. However, others propose the opposite to be true, citing the abundance of preserved plant matter in the area as proof it was once a great forest.
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