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Kiora venerates the huge monsters of the sea, such as the leviathans, the krakens and other denizens of the inky depths. For her these creatures embody the ability to withstand any persistent force: time, water, predation and darkness. She seems calm and wise, but her dreams are as bizarre and alien as the depths from which her creatures rise.
- "Kia ora" is the Maori greeting (meaning "be well") and Atua is the Maori word for "god" or other similar terms such as "ancestor" or "spirit".
- Doug Beyer. (Wednesday, May 25, 2011.) "The Grand Mana Tour", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
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