Mivna is the goddess of the earth. Clay, loam, soil, and rock are all her domain, and animals, creatures that live within the land are hers to guide and command. That which decays, she reconstitutes into rich soil which sustains new life. Mivna is the wilder goddess, and though kind and benevolent, she can be capricious in her attentions, protecting one second and then distracted by a more pressing (to her) need the next. Married to Talmin, together they represent all life on Galoren, and all of its varieties.
As goddess of natural cycles, she spends much of her time tending to the health of those cycles. When a system is thrown off balance, she will act to preserve the ecosystem as a whole. Often times this means she will let imbalances run their course, or even allow the system to shift itself into a new configuration to adapt to the changes. But sometimes a change is so drastic, sudden, or unnatural that she will step in, either personally or by proxy, to re-balance it into a healthy whole again.
Symbols of Mivna often include cycles; day and night, the four seasons, life to death and back again, and many others will adorn necklaces and jewelry worn by her faithful, or as murals on the walls of her temples.