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Eilistraee symbol
Symbol of Eilistraee
Eilistraee
(Ranking currently unknown; alive after the Sundering (circa 1489 DR))
Basic Information
Title(s) The Dark Maiden[6][7][8][9]
Lady of the Dance[6][9]
Lady Silverhair[6]
The Dark Dancer[10]
The Dancing Goddess[11]
The Masked Lady (as of Nightal 20, 1375 DR)[12][13]
Pantheon Drow pantheon formerly: the Seldarine
Died Flamerule, 1379 DR[14]. Eilistraee has however returned to life during the Sundering (event) (circa 1480s DR) [15]
As a Mortal
Race Drow
Gender Female

4th Edition Statistics
Power Level Dead power

3rd Edition Statistics[1][2]
Power Level Lesser deity
Alignment Chaotic good
Symbol Unclad female drow with long hair dancing before a full moon with a silver bastard sword
Home Plane Arvandor also: the Demonweb Pits
Portfolio Beauty, dance, hunting, moonlight, song, swordwork
Domains Chaos, Charm, Drow, Elf, Good, Moon, Portal
Worshipers Good drow and those wanting to live above ground in harmony
Favored weapon The Moonsword (bastard sword)

2nd Edition Statistics[3][4][5]
Power Level Lesser deity
Alignment Chaotic good
Symbol Silver longsword silhouetted by a silver moon, often with a nimbus of silver hair
Home Plane Ysgard, Nidavellir formerly: Arvandor
Realm Svartalfheim
Portfolio Beauty, dance, hunting, moonlight, song, swordwork
Spheres All, Combat, Creation, Elemental, Guardian, Healing, Necromantic, Protection, Sun, Wards, minor: Animal, Charm, Divination, Plant, Summoning, Travelers, Weather[note 1]
Worshipers Good-aligned drow, hunters, surface-dwelling elves, some humans and half-elves
Worshiper alignments
LG NG CG
LN N CN
LE NE CE
Avatar
Bard 29
Cleric 24
Fighter 21
Ranger 21


formerly:

Bard 16
Cleric 11
Fighter 9

Eilistraee (pronounced eel-iss-TRAY-yee[16] or eel-ISS-tray-ee[17]), also referred to as the Dark Maiden, was the chaotic good drow goddess of song, swordwork, hunting, moonlight, and beauty. She was the patroness and protectress of those rare dark elves who yearned for a return to life on the surface Realms, at peace with other races, and to abandon the endless conflicts and intrigues that dominated the lives of most drow.

Eilistraee is a melancholy, moody drow female, a lover of beauty and peace. The evil of most drow banked a burning anger within her (but she was comforted that some worked their way free of the Spider Queen's web), and when her faithful were harmed, that anger was apt to spill out into wild action. It was not her way to act openly, but she often aided creatures she favored (whether they worship her or not) in immediately practical ways. Eilistraee was happiest when she looked on bards singing or composing, craftsmen at work, lovers, or acts of kindness.

Eilistraee appeared as an unclad, glossy-skinned female drow. She was 9 feet in height with ankle-length, sweeping hair of glowing silver. Her hair and wandering silvery radiances cloaked her body in a smoothly, continuously moving array of beauty. She was usually seen only from afar, but her song (of unearthly beauty, driving many to tears) was heard whenever she appeared.[6]

She was worshiped by song and dance, if at all possible, in the surface world under the moonlit night among the woods. Eilistraee used to aid her faithful in hunting and swordcraft, and worship of her was usually accompanied by a feast.[6]

HistoryEdit

Eilistraee was the daughter of Corellon Larethian and Araushnee, who later became Lolth, and the sister of Vhaeraun. She was banished along with the other drow deities for her role, albeit inadvertently, in the war against the Seldarine. Eilistraee insisted upon this punishment from her reluctant father, because she foresaw that the dark elves would need a beacon of good within their reach.[6]

In Flamerule[14] of 1379 DR, Eilistraee, while inhabiting the body of Qilué Veladorn, was killed by Halisstra Melarn using the Crescent Blade. Meanwhile, a High Magic ritual performed by Q'arlynd Melarn transformed those drow not tainted by Wendonai's blood and the followers of Eilistraee back into their original dark elven form, and Corellon Larethian thus permitted the souls of Eilistraee's faithful and the newly transformed dark elves to enter Arvandor.[18]

It might be possible that Eilistraee wasn't truly killed. When Halisstra Melarn used the Crescent Blade against Qilué Veladorn, the latter was being inhabited by the Dark Maiden, basically becoming an avatar. However deities can only be truly killed while in their planar realm or by being starved of followers[19], therefore Eilistraee's survival cannot be excluded a priori. Furthermore the Crescent Blade could not destroy souls anymore after being reforged, as it is shown by Cavatina Xarann's soul surviving it.[20]

Post Sundering (circa 1489 DR), Eilistraee is alive once again and she is one of the deities with whom the returned Mystra is currently sharing the Weave [21]. She and her brother Vhaeraun are separate again and mortals are aware of her reappearence, but her power, conditions and what she is currently up to are not clear yet[22]. There are also reports of mortal worshippers personally meeting manifestations of and avatars of Eilistraee[23]

RelationshipsEdit

Eilistraee's allies were the Seldarine, Mystra, Selûne, Lurue, Haela Brightaxe, Callarduran Smoothhands, and the good deities of the Underdark races.[6][16] Her enemies were the evil deities of the Underdark, especially the rest of the drow pantheon.[24][25]

While the Dark Maiden and the Seldarine remained allies, it was a strained relationship because of the division between the elves. Among the elven powers, Eilistraee was only close with Erevan Ilesere, and she had worked out an uneasy truce with Shevarash. Eilistraee was also close with the human goddess of magic, Mystra; Qilue Veladorn, seventh of the Seven Sisters, served both goddesses as Chosen of Mystra and as Chosen of Eilistraee. The Dark Maiden hated the corruption and evil that both Lolth and Ghaunadaur represented, and she mourned her brother's cruelty and selfishness.

TeachingsEdit

Protect and aid all folk in need, weak, strong, grateful, and churlish alike, promoting harmony, peace and acceptance among all races. Be always kind, save in battle with evil. Repay rudeness with kindness and help others in acts of kindness whenever there are ways to do so. Repay violence with swift violence, that the fewest may be hurt and danger fast removed from the land. In particular, whenever and wherever possible, faithful of Eilistraee should encourage drow to return to the surface world and work to promote harmony between drow and surface-dwelling races in order to establish the drow as rightful, nonevil inhabitants of Faerun. The faithful must aid drow who are in distress. If the distressed are fighting with other drow, the combat is to be stopped with as little bloodshed as possible. So long as the drow met with are not working evil on others, they are to be aided and given the message of Eilistraee:
The Message of Eilistraee:
A rightful place awaits you in the Realms Above, in the Land of the Great Light. Come in peace, and live beneath the sun again, where trees and flowers grow.[26]
Strangers are your friends. Any hungry travelers met with, who offer no threats, are to be fed -- the faithful are to carry food at all times for this purpose, and to set it aside and give it as often as possible to strangers in need (particularly outcasts and those of other races). If food yet remains, it is to be given to the priests of the Dark Maiden, that they may do the same, and none shall go hungry. The homeless must be given shelter from storms, under your own roof if need be. In harsh winters, patrol the lands about to find and take in the lost, the hurt, and those caught in the teeth of cold. Try to convert at least one stranger per moon to the worship of Eilistraee (note: leading a convert in a prayer to the Dark Maiden is itself an offering to the goddess, who often (68%) manifests as a sign to the convert).

Encourage happiness and gaiety everywhere; lift hearts with kind words and acts, jests, songs, and merriment. Nurture beauty, music, and dance. Learn and practice new songs and dances and how to play, make, and repair musical instruments, to gift joy to friends and strangers alike and to pass this learning on whenever possible. Assist hunters and hunting, learn new recipes and spices to cook and how best to hunt for game. Practice swordwork and learn new ways with the blade. Whenever possible, food should be eaten with the accompaniment of song and merriment; except for properly sad occasions. When faithful and allies fall in battle, any priestess present must, if possible, provide burial, a funeral song, and comfort to the bereaved.

Wealth is to be used to buy food, musical instruments, good swords and armor, and other tools to serve the will of the goddess. When on the road and while adventuring, feed, aid, and defend the needy along the way with a prayer to the goddess. Lend assistance to those who fight for good, asking as price no more than an object that can be used to the benefit of the goddess’ works.

When priests of the goddess must fight evil, they are to bum the bodies of the evil creatures they slay as an offering to the goddess-unless such creatures are edible and nonsentient, and there are hungry folk near.

WorshipersEdit

The church of Eilistraee was little known and poorly understood by inhabitants of the surface world. Her worshippers were figures of myth in both the Underdark and the Realms above. They were the subject of superstitions and prejudice (such as the belief -held by surface dwellers- of them being the disguised vanguard of the Spider Goddess's plan to take over the surface, and that -held by those drow who follow the Way of Lolth (or other evil gods)- of them being surface elf invaders and spies masquerading as drow.

Rare was the individual -dark elf or not-who appreciated that Eilistraee was forging her own path, one that welcomed beings of all races who revel in life and the free form expression of all that entails.

Her worshipers mostly consisted of good or neutral-aligned drow hoping to escape the Underdark's evil, Lolth-worshiping matriarchal society, and regain a place in the surface world. Among her followers were Tel-quessir (and also the human half-breeds of Tel-quessir), humans, gnomes, and shapeshifters.[citation needed]

Some non-drow worshipers of Eilistraee rubbed black dye into their skin.[27]

ActivitiesEdit

The Church of Eilistraee had an active proselyting program to other drow. Eilistraeean missionaries carried tiny swords to give out to drow in the Underdark that served as keys for safe passage to the temple.[28]

Rites and RitualsEdit

ArtifactsEdit

The Crescent Blade

The Crescent Blade was a magical curved blade with a leather hilt. There was silver inlaid in the blade. On it were the Drow words, "Be your heart filled with light and your cause be true; I shall not fail you."[30] It was said that Eilistraee plucked a pebble from the heavens and tossed it to earth. It grew as large as a boulder and very hot. It was made of moonmetal; if one looked at the moon, they can see the hole in the shape of a crescent. The boulder was forged into a crescent-shaped blade with enchantments, including moonlight—it could cut through armor and stone—protection against evil, and being able to strike quickly. If the wielder was a true priestess, she could use it to sever the neck of any creature, including gods.[31]

The Singing Swords

The Singing Swords were twenty magical singing silver bastard swords provided by Eilistraee and wielded by Qilue Veladorn and the Chosen of Eilistraee who patrolled the Pit of Ghaunadaur near Skullport. The swords sang constantly (and loudly) when unsheathed, and lost their abilities and bonuses when silenced. The blade's song made its wielder confident and immune to charm, command, confusion, fear, friends, repulsion, scare and suggestion. An emotion cast on the wielder only caused rage, focused on the one who cast the emotion spell. The sword's song also cancelled the effects of a harpy's song, silenced shriekers, and could entrance weak, earthly, living creatures, although this ability could be negated by a bard's counter-song.[32]

Shrines and TemplesEdit

  • The Chondalwood Shrine[33]
  • The Dancing Dell, Ardeep Forest: Soft glowing blue moss, short grasses, and ferns cloaked this smooth bowl valley and the raised ring of earth that surrounded it. In the center of the dell stood the Ladystone, a finger of rock touched by Eilistraee and sacred to her. The Ladystone's powers guarded the dell and could strike at intruders as commanded by the goddess or her priestesses. The origin of the Ladystone was unknown, but it had been here since before the arrival of elves in the Ardeep. Eilistraee herself manifested here on more than one occasion to dance with her priestesses. Drow who venerated Eilistraee often danced here on moonlit nights, sometimes led by Qilué Veladorn.[34][35][36]
  • The The Dancing Stone[37], Elventree
  • The Dark Dancer, Ravens Bluff: A converted warehouse in the docks district of was dedicated as a shrine to Eilistraee in 1370 DR.[38]
  • Darkmaiden's Leap[39], The High Forest

In the northern High Forest, southeast of Everlund was a small clearing with a large flat-top gray rock about six feet tall and five feet in diamater. Pre-Time of Troubles the stone was known as Hastrin's Grayrock, named after an elven ranger who used the stone as a waypoint. After 1358 DR the top of the stone bore a single left footprint the size of a drow female's foot.[39]

The shrine is a natural pillar of black rock about ten feet tall,carved with crescent moon-shapped holes that create the sound of several flutes playing when the wind blows. The hilt of a sword protrudes from the top of the rock. Hidden behind a nearby waterfall, is a cave that houses the shrine's followers.[40]

In a section of the forest littered with broken chunks of stone is an ancient structure that consists of a dozen sharp sword-shaped columns of black obsidian set point-first into a circular platform of white stone; the column-sword's hilts flattened to support a weathered circular roof of white stone with a round moon-shaped hole at its center.[42]

Within the Moonwood north of Quaervarr, is treeless hill where followers of the Dark Maiden gather on moonlit nights. In a cave beneath the hill, is a small shrine to Eilistraee.[33]

Eilistraee

Eilistraee, as illustrated by Matt Wilson

Located near Skullport, this was the main headquarters for the faithful of Eilistraee with many portals to other parts of the world but also access to tunnels into the Underdark for redemption missions.[43] The Promenade was led by High Priestess Qilué Veladorn, youngest of the Seven Sisters and Chosen of Mystra. She led the priestesses while also giving out missions when something needed her attention. Second to her was the Promenade's Battlemistress, Rylla. She led both the fierce warrior/priestesses of the Darksong Knights (who had training in demon-hunting), and Protectors of the Song, the group of elite warriors, often armed with one of the twenty magical singing swords, whose first duty was to guard the Promenade.[citation needed]

All priestesses at the Promenade were free to do as they liked unless given a mission by either Qilué or Rylla. Although the Darksong Knights had more independence they too were subject being given missions. Generally its clerics wore their hair long and dressed practically for whatever they were currently doing. For rituals, they wore as little as possible. Otherwise, they tended to wear soft leathers for hunting, aprons while cooking, and—rarely—armor when battle was expected. When relaxing, they favored silvery, diaphanous gowns. The holy symbol was a small sword; clerics preferred holy symbols of silver, typically worn as pins or hung around the neck on slender silver or mithral chains. They prayed for spells at night, after moonrise, singing them whenever possible. Their rituals revolved around a hunt followed by a feast, dancing, and a Circle of Song. This last was held preferably in a wooded glade on a moonlit night, in which the worshipers would sit and dance by turns in a circle, each one leading a song.[citation needed]

The shrine is located in a series of caves lining both sides of a steep-sided overgrown gully dominated by a grove of towering shadowtop trees.[33] A group of at least fifty Eilistraeens, drow and other elves, dwelt in the Velarswood near Harrowdale, where they had a temple in the northern part of the wood.[33] They often gathered in evensong in gratitude.[44] They were creating a surface home there and generally had good relations with local humans, whom they aided when ill.[45][46] Eilistraeen priestesses and moon-worshiping lycanthropes from the nearby Howling Hill join together in sacred hunts to Eilistraee and Selune when the moon is full.[33]

After the evil drow of the The Twisted Tower were defeated by elves of Cormanthyr and Rystal Wood in -331 DR, the tower was left in the hands of their good dark elf allies. Within a century, the tower becomes Eilistraee's great temple in the Realms.[33]

The temple fell and was reclaimed by the drow beneath Cormanthyr in either 190 DR[33] or 194 DR.[48]

Any follower of the Dark Maiden who mentions her name within the tower is enveloped in a swirl of moonfire.[33]

A score of followers of Eilistraee in the High Forest, their camp is near the Dessarin, north of the Lost Peaks and less than a night's travel to Everlund[49]. Formerly led by Ysolde Veldaron[33], then led by the drow Dolor after Ysolde's death in 1361 DR.[50]

Notable worshipers of Eilistraee Edit

AppendixEdit

NotesEdit

  1. The Drow of the Underdark sourcebook lists Weather as a major sphere (see p. 23), whereas Demihuman Deities lists it as minor (see p. 17). Also, the Plant sphere is granted in the DotU, but was changed to the Wards sphere in DD.

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Further readingEdit

ConnectionsEdit

The Dark Seldarine
The drow pantheon

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Dead Powers
KiaransaleeSelvetarmZinzerena
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