Tsila is the Goddess of Thieves and Assassins. She looks after those who seek their own fortunes, in any way possible, and those who seek their own demise. She does not discriminate between race, gender, age, status or rank. She loves all who honour her and tends to meddle way too much in mortal affairs, often walking amongst the mortals and taking on an important position in life.
As one of the Forgotten Thirteen, she often walks Curuwen and beyond, seeking those who worship her. She is well-knoe for working with Alt-ur as they both seek to 'save' the lost, in a way--for many who steal and kill are often lost. Those who worship her wear red and often sarcifice small animals in her honour or offer up gold and silver, and precious jewels instead of death. It's said she likes the sight and taste of blood, but those could just be rumours. She likes jewels and treasure more than blood, though. After all, at her heart, she is mostly a thief.
There are often tales told of her many deeds as a Goddess and the many deeds of her multiply sons and daughters. She rarely, if ever, chooses a champion, although she has chosen many lovers over all the millennia that she walked among mortals. When she walks among them, she tends to appear as a beautiful young woman with pure white hair, lightly tanned skin and incredibly dark green eyes. Often, she is seen wearing a hooded cloak, and carrying a small dagger and a deadly-looking sword that one would hope never met his or her neck.
To date, there are no known Element Benders amongst her children or lovers. Nor are they many Champions worthy of noting, except one or two. Her lover from ancient times named Baraz, who stole a king's fortune without tipping off the king, and Jaleh, a daughter of Tsila's who was known for seducing men, robbing them and then giving them a poisoned kiss.