Fae are considered her progeny, and share a part of her name. The elusive spirits of nature -- including dryads, sprites, nyads -- are considered her "children", and most airy, ethereal creatures of the unseen realms are also under her jurisdiction. The patron of Bards and adventure-seeking youths, Faenella looks favorably on those who bear the seeds of adventure in their hearts. Inspiration of all kinds comes from Faenella, as well as harps and stringed instruments. Because of her wandering ways, caravans are considered to be under her protection.
- stringed instruments
- wren beads
- parchment wren primers
- Immortal Faenella cards
The goddess of creativity, revelry, and pride. It is she who drives Kaldar to excel in all things, to do the impossible and prove themselves superior to all those who have come before. Celebrations are frequently thrown in her name and the greatest among Kaldar will be tempered by her flames, forever more free from chill and melancholy. Her symbol is a golden circlet.
Artwork and Depictions
As with all the Immortals, various works of art to the goddess can be found throughout the realms.
Ratha Shrine Statue
Found on the 3rd Tier in Faenella's Temple:
- Sculpted from pale limestone, Faenella kneels with one hand dipped in the basin of cool water before her, the other outstretched and uplifted. A bronze wren perches on the end of her fingers.