The Alfar most often seen by adventurers are usually used as the archetypal depiction of "good" Fae, and are sometimes referred to as angels or depicted as Human-like creatures with feathered wings in contrast to their actual appearance.
Fair and pale, almost angelic, the alfar are tall and willowy creatures that greatly resemble nyads and dryads. The alfar are as mischievous as the rest of their ilk, and alternately aid and hurt mortals, as pleases their current mood. A few alfar are servants to the gods, although these are few and far between from the others of their crafty race.
They can be summoned by Guardian Spirit.
From Anatomy Chart
Small vestigial wings sprout from the alfar, their seeming softness at odds with the creature's hard-looking, gleaming white skin. Otherwise resembling a thin, hairless Gnome, the alfar stares coolly from the page, one outstretched hand grasping a massive, pitch-black blade as delicately as a musical instrument. The creature's immense, night-black eyes seem to follow the viewer no matter how the page is oriented.