Ehlonna (eh-loan-nuh) sometimes appears as a raven-haired human and sometimes as an elf with golden tresses. Her garb varies, ranging from the serviceable clothing of a forester or ranger to the delicate gown of an elven princess, but it is always pale green. Ehlonna watches over all good people who live in the forest, love the woodlands, or make their livelihood there.

Status Alignment Portfolio Domains Favored Weapon
Intermediate Deity Neutral Good Forests, woodlands, flora and fauna, fertility Animal, Good, Plant, Sun Longsword
Titles Symbol Home Plane Worshippers Cleric Alignments
Ehlonna of the Forests, Goddess of the Woodlands Rearing unicorn Beastlands Elves, gnomes, half-elves, halflings, rangers, druids, hunters, farmers, woodcutters. Chaotic Good, Lawful Good, Neutral Good.

Dogma[edit | edit source]

Ehlonna watches over all good people who live in the forest, love the woodlands or make their livelihood there. She likewise protects forests and woodlands from destruction or overuse. Ehlonna exhorts her followers to live in harmony with their woodland homes, taking only what they need. The bounty of the forest, Ehlonna teaches, is a gift to be cherished and appreciated, not a treasure to be coveted or looted.

Clergy and Temples[edit | edit source]

Ehlonna's clerics usually choose serivceable attire of forest green. They live in forests and keep on friendly terms with the local rangers, druids, elves, and fae. They keep guard against encroachments by evil folk, loggers, and others who would exploit and ruin any woodland. When confronting anyone who would despoil a forest, they tend to be gentle but firm, at least at first. If the invaders persist, Ehlonna's clerics can be ruthless in driving them out. Many of Ehlonna's clerics take it upon themselves to teach woodcraft, plant trees, or both.

Woodland temples to Ehlonna are often open-air affairs with only trees for a roof. Small shrines to her are occasionally found in forest villages.

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