"Lord of Plots, Deceiver of Nations, Devourer of Trinimac. The Queen of Shadows, Goddess of Destruction, He-Who-Destroys and She-Who-Erases…Many are our lord's lofty names, but they befit only us mortals. Intone her mighty names from now until the end of time - it is for naught. Names mean nothing to our Lord. She cares for those who care for themselves, whose hearts are full of purpose, whose lives are full of deeds." Priest of Nagisa

Nagisa is the Dajara Lord who rules over deceit, conspiracy, secret plots of murder, assassination, treason, and unlawful overthrow of authority. Nagisa is also known as the Prince of Plots, Deceiver of Nations, Queen of Shadows, and Goddess of Destruction. Nagisa loves competition and battle, and is depicted as a great caped warrior, often in a stoic pose. Though typically depicted as male, Nagisa is occasionally referred to as female, though such distinctions are irrelevant among the Dajara Lords.

Like all Dajara lords, Nagisa has no gender in a conventional sense; however, he is traditionally depicted as a strong, caped warrior—often in a stoic pose—while wielding a giant golden battleaxe. Nagisa is sometimes depicted as a woman. According to his followers, Nagisa acts the most overtly out of all the Dajara Lords. He appears to enjoy battle and conflict, and his cults often stage huge tournaments to the death to win his favor.

Even among scholars, who reject the common notion that Dajara are all "demons", Nagisa is one of the Dajara Lords consistently viewed as "evil" in the traditional sense. He uses his mortal followers for sport, interested in them only for the entertainment of spilling their blood. Like Molag Bal or Mehrunes Dagon, Boethiah actually delights in visiting death and destruction upon mortals (whom he actively strives to torment).

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