As the erjan god of existence, Nyue is generally considered in higher regard than her mother—she is associated with the material world and is most often perceived to be responsible for benevolent occurrences, including life itself. Some honour her for this gift with song or artwork, and while interpretations of her physical attributes vary, she is universally depicted as having three arms: one to extend to each corner of Erj.

The statue in Ras Huran’s market is one of the most well-known monuments to Nyue, in which she is clad in an ornate cowl, clutching a fisherman’s spear—a rememberance of the wealth and bounty that could once be found in Erj’s largest port.