As the patron god of farmers and herders, Centurus of the Yearly Cycle (shortened to Sem by the common folk) rules over the crops and the flocks. Thus he acts as a counterpart to the wild Sylvania. His common symbols include the scythe and the goat. He is also said to govern time, especially the flow of seasons, and he is thus depicted as a horned man who is born as an infant at the beginning of the year and grows into an old man during the year before he is born again in the following one. He is widely worshipped in rural regions, but also among the Taurian races of Pyr - satyrs, centaurs and minotaurs. To them he is known as Kentauros.