In my campaign, the Horned One’s Chosen was tied to the land of Panya, meaning the terrain and flora, but she also possessed more generalized powers over animals and shapeshifting. When Panya burned, I had a scene where the Horned One’s Chosen screamed in agony as she lost access to the greatest source of his/her power. Right afterwards, we attempted the Heartwood Tree mission in Talgon Forest and failed. When that happened, I chose to sever the Horned One from the land. I’d never use supernatural effects like camouflage in the trees, plant manipulation, etc, ever again to represent her powers. The Horned One that made it to Skydagger Keep is a Hunter God whose powers only come from blood and sacrifice. The first time I used Horned One’s Bounty, mushrooms would grow from the ground and trees would become laden with fruit. After the change, Horned One’s Bounty was always a group of animals lining up in front of the Horned One, bowing and then having the Horned One snap their neck.