Arsur’anyodel has but one
purpose, to defeat Dresta. The moment she arrived on Habololy, she made
that clear to the Counsil. Should Dresta ever be victorious, it would be
over the defeated spirit of Arsur’anyodel.
The elven deity came to
Habololy several years after Dresta. Her few clerics that came with her
quickly went to work preaching against the mistress of the moon. Little
has changed in 500 years. Arsur’anyodel and her faithful still preach and
act against Dresta. What has slowly changed is the tide of the battle.
Dresta had a head start and a base of power. Arsur’anyodel fought that
with good deeds and true words spoken by the most of her loyal clerics,
known as Nightingales.
The Counsil pays Arsur’anyodel
little attention. They are content to allow her to keep Dresta in check.
For that favor, they ignore her status as a deity of another plane. The
cults see Arsur’anyodel as another example of what can be achieved, and as
an opportunity to gain power if they are able to steal hers.
A blue circle with a rainbow circling half of it.
Transition, The Moon, Rescue, Good
Plane of Existence:
Domains: Moon, Prophecy, Redemption
Prayer Time: Any time at night while the moon is
Back from the Dead:
Vale of the First Beam
Number of Faithful:
Dogma: There are many
evils in the world that tempt. Dresta is the most seductive of those
evils. The best way to counter her is by good deeds and actions. A good
act is worth a thousand words. A thousand good deeds are worth paradise
in the afterlife.
Feast Day: 12th