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Titles Bringer of Warmth, Fruit Bearer
Rank Intermediate Female Deity
Alignment Neutral Good
Portfolio agriculture, summer
Domains Air, Earth, Good, Plant, Protection, Sun
Weapon Sickle

Feyronja is a goddess of agriculture and summer. Her following is large among peasant farmers. However, aside from druids, her following among adventurers is minimal. Her following is strong, and she is one of the primary goddesses of the elves – particularly silver elves. Her following is larger among elves and gnomes however, who revere her fey beauty, and magics.

Basic Information



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The kinds of missions a deity sends its followers on depend heavily on alignment, portfolio, and historical rivalries.


Each religion has its own way of communicating with the deity. Players of clerics or other devout PCs can alter their speech to correspond with their religious tradition when speaking in character.

Clergy & Temples

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Cleric Training

How the deity acquires and teaches new followers—especially clerics—varies widely from god to god. Most religions are broad enough to encompass many sects, so not every cleric has undergone the particular training described.


Places of worship, called temples here for consistency’s sake, vary from Obad-Hai’s oak groves to the stainedglass cathedrals of Pelor. Many provide healing, information, or other services to those allied with their faith.


Different religions celebrate and honor different in different ways, depending on the deity’s portfolio and alignment. Player characters can take part in—or try to disrupt—the ceremonies of a particular deity.

Notable Followers

Out of Game Information

Feyronja is named after the Etruscan and Norse Goddesses of Fertility. She acts as a benevolent goddess and is based on Demeter and Ceres. She is made as a deity to be followed by rural commoners and good aligned druids.