Aliasa and Antialiasa
Aliasa and Antialiasa (also known respectively as Pixela and Fractala) are the Cedrist goddesses of mapmaking. Divine sisters, legends tell of their constant feuding over whether the primary function of cartography is the display of true information or the creation and celebration of works of art. Adherents of Antialiasa focus on beauty while those of Aliasa attempt to disseminate accurate knowledge through their works. Various Shirerithian cartographers have taken inspiration from each at various points during their careers. Shyriath's Gloria Mundi and Scott's Project Quetzal are examples of maps inspired by Antialiasa. The Micras claimsmap (by various cartographers including Erik and Scott) is the chief example of Aliasa's influence.