Thirty Days of Deity Devotion Symbols and icons of this deity
Pan is half goat and half man, meaning that fauns and satyrs can be symbols of Pan or represent Pan himself. There is actually a difference between satyrs and fauns (Pan would be a faun) but the two terms are often conflated in modern day, so searching either term usually gets the job done. They are especially good symbols when depicted dancing or playing instruments.
The pan flute (shocker) is a common symbol as well. One very popular myth is actually about how Pan invented the instrument. He’s often depicted holding it or playing it. A necklace with the pan flute charm would be a great piece of devotional jewelry!
He’s also associated with goats, which makes sense considering his body structure. Since he watches over and protects flocks of sheep and goats, it makes them extra special.
There are more little symbols as well that are less common, but those are the big three!
Some images of Dooks’ characters, because I’m convinced he’s attempting to murder me with adorable characters. Don’t tell him, but I think it’s working.
I kinda tried to emulate his style a bit up top, which led to me wondering what Goatmod would look like in that kind of style, which is what the comic on the bottom came from. I dunno if it looks like his style or not, but I like the way he came out.