Harpers are shadowy members of an underground society based around finding balance between society and wilderness, civilization and nature. They are secretive, few of number, and largely misunderstood by the common man.
[SOON-nee] Goddess of beauty and love. Known as Lady Firehair. Many of her priestesses in Waterdeep are promising something called the Hedonistic Revival, which seems to be some sort of prophesied orgy. Return to [[Gods]]
[tie-MORE-ah] Goddess of luck. Known as Lady Luck.
[chawn-TEE-ah] Goddess of grain and life. Known as the Grain Goddess or the Great Mother. The druids of Chauntea are prophesying something they are calling the New Moon Revival, which is a time of great abundance and love of nature.
[my-LEE-kee] Goddess of forests and rangers. Known as the Forest Queen.
[lah-THAN-der] God of light and the dawn. Known as the Morninglord. Thought to have died in the Spellplague, he seems to have instead been revealed as one aspect of Amaunator, the Netherese god of the sun, law, and time. While most of the clerics of …
[MISS-tra] The goddess of magic. Known as the Mistress of all Magic.
[seh-LOON-ay] Goddess of the moon. Known as the Moonmaiden or Our Lady of Silver.
[sihl-VAN-us] God of the forests and the wild. Known as the Forest Father.
Sehanine Moonbow is the elf goddess of the moon, dreams, the night sky, and journeys.
The Triune Goddess, wife to [[Corellon Larethian | Corellon]], and the Queen of the Elven Pantheon, Angharradh is actually three goddess in one: