Eyvra
Eyvra
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Diety
Titles: The Earth Mother
Home: ????
Alignment: Lawful good
Portfolio: Agriculture
Worshipers: Farmers
Cleric Alignments: LE, LG, LN
Domains: Earth, Plant, Protection
Blessings: Earth, Plant, Protection
Favored Weapon: Shortspear or halfspear
Symbol: Mare's Head
Sacred Animal: Any
Sacred Colors: Forest Green

Deity of agriculture and fertility, Eyvra is an earth god whose very moods are reflected in the life and fertility of the earth. She appears as a motherly woman, draped in robes the color of vegetation: lush green in the spring and summer, gold in autumn, and brown or black in winter .

Dogma

History

Depictions

Eyvra sometimes appears as a raven-haired human and sometimes as an elf with golden tresses. Her garb varies, ranging from the serviceable clothing of a forester or ranger to the delicate gown of an elven princess, but it is always pale green.

Divine Intervention

She is currently involved in freeing the Blight Forest of its Blight.

Divine Servants

Animals held in high esteem by Eyvra include elk, deer, and other hoofed creatures. Those who please Eyvra are often rewarded by increased yields, both from farm and field, while earning her disfavor can lead to damaged or ruined crops and poor hunting. Eyvra's herald is known as the Whitefire, who appears as a rearing unicorn.

Church of Eyvra

Worshipers and Clergy

Eyvra holds sway over the earth’s yearly cycle of growth and decay. Farmers in particular revere her, offering special prayers and sacrifices to her at planting, throughout the growing season, and at harvest time. She urges her followers to treat the earth with care and respect, and she dictates agricultural procedures to ensure the continued fertility of the soil, such as rotating crops and leaving fields fallow.Clerics devoted to yadira wear Wearing green, gold, or brown tunics, they preside at agricultural festivals, bless plantings and harvests. Few are active in adventuring.

Temples and Shrines

Eyvra’s temples are widespread, and they range from elaborate structures to simple village shrines.

Holy Texts

Parables of Yadira
This book acts as a guide and almanac for the followers of Eyvra; it includes information on strengthening one's family, farming, and wilderness skills.

Holidays

Eyvra's worshipers celebrate Planting Week on the Vernal Equinox, on the 3rd of the 3rd month and Harvest Feast on the Autumnal Equinox.

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