“When the chariot rode the world for the first time, between the raindrops and the first stirring of the ground itself, there was the wind, and the wind wore at trees, and the trees began to sing, and the gods’ children, mankind, with their fickle spirit, were moved. More than when the chariot moved their bodies, their spirit was moved. Thus awoke from bark and birdsong the god of the song, of dance, of perfect harmony with the deepest hearts of man: The Lute.” – Part of the oldest written creation-myth.
When it comes to things that move the hearts of man without reason, The Lute is working his magic. The god of entertainment came out of nature and revealed himself to man in the beginning, and has been a part of culture as long as culture has been recorded. Mind tricks, distraction, enthralment and entertainment are the purview of The Lute.
His Charmphone avatar is of a bark skinned man with sharp features and feathers down the backs of his arms resembling wings.