The ars moriendi is a source of wisdom, stories, creativity, dreams, the stars, the moon, the sun and the shape of things and cultivation of understanding in these concepts bestowed unto Galaviz by the joint effort of Hugo, Eden, New and Dali, who wove together wish, darkness, light and pain to create the new existence of the one true and ancient spider. Where Ranya was ever the creator and destroyer, these gifts have been retained and conjoined with Quisne herself, creating a totality of duality: birth and death, truth and mystery, knowledge and the unknown, nature and magic, pleasure and pain. Because of the quality of learning within Galaviz, anything not directly belonging unto the nature of the spider itself is explained through his books now, giving him chapters to understanding: each chapter is not truly a level, but a gathering of power he learns to control by understanding the place it originates from within him.
Galaviz now stands at the crossroad of the arts: the art of dying, the art of sex, the art of love. The great weaver binds together the threads of truth, each one of his eight great legs becoming a chapter of the story of every life. Every story encompasses art, fate and storytelling, making Galaviz an unpredictable power of absolution: he is a creator and a thief, the servant and the king. He manifests all manners of art, fate, stories, time, knowledge and spiders, making him a rival to the greatest powers of Earth mythologies. This is the part of his gift that can be given away, Ars Moriendi being a force now to gift, or cherish, for all eternities, rather than Ranya reincarnating in various vessels.