“The Sovereign of Life and Love,”
Neutral Good

Most Vassals think of Arawai as the deity of fertility, crops, abundance, and plant-life in general. While accurate as far as it goes, this is a limited understanding of Arawai’s place in the pantheon. More properly, she holds dominion over the natural world as viewed through the lens of civilization. A follower of the Host lost in the forest, or wandering unknown valleys, is most likely to call upon Arawai for aid.

Portfolio: Fertility, crops, abundance, plants, the wilderness, birth.
Domains: Creation‡, Good, Life*, Plant, Weather*.
Priest Training: Arawai’s priests are knowledgeable about farming or natural lore, as well as religious issues. Most were farmers, woodcutters, or herbalists before becoming priests.
Quests: Arawai’s servants embark on quests to end famine, rescue those lost in the wilderness, or protect forests and farmland from ravagers.
Prayers and Rites: Sacrifices to Arawai offer grains and other consumable plants and produce. Vassals request good harvests and live, healthy births from Arawai, as well as guidance in the wild.
Shrines: Shrines to Arawai are usually built of wood, rather than stone, and roofed with leafy branches atop a latticed framework. They are often adorned with stalks of grain or growing vines.
Favored Weapon: Morningstar.
Holy Symbol: A stalk of wheat, or the Octogram in bronze and green, representing grains and plant life.

Important People and Places of Arawai

Elias Manarian A young druid farmer who tends animals at First Tower.

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