The holy symbol of Mielikki
  • The Forest Queen
  • Our Lady of the Forest
  • The Supreme Ranger
Intermediate Deity
  • Gwaeron Windstrom
  • Shiallia
  • Autumn
  • Dryads
  • Forest Creatures
  • Forests
  • Rangers
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Mielikki (my-LEE-kee), is the goddess of autumn, druids, dryads, forests, forest creatures and rangers. Her symbol is a gold-horned, blue-eyed unicorn’s head facing left.


The clergy of Mielikki include clerics, druids (Forestarms) and rangers (Needles). Generally, druids of Mielikki take on the abilities of rangers and unlike other druids, who are not allowed to wear metal armor, may use all kinds of armor usable by rangers.


Order of the Unicorn’s Horn

The Order of the Unicorn’s Horn is a small society of itinerant healers who bring solace to injured people, animals, and plants.


The group of Shadoweirs serves as a type of religious knighthood of the woods. Members are activist and proselytize with zeal, and are willing to go on the offensive on behalf of their sacred forests. They seek to advance the regrowth of ancient forests reduced by civilization, and to halt the endless assault of civilization on their ancient homeland.



Our Lady of the Forest, Mielikki

Mielikki is the daughter of Silvanus and the sister of Eldath. She is served by Gwaeron Windstrom and Shiallia, and Lurue the Unicorn is her mount when she rides into battle. Mielikki is friendly with Shaundakul and Lathander and opposes evil-aligned deities, particularly Malar, Talos, and Talona.


Intelligent beings can live in harmony with the wild without requiring the destruction of one in the name of the other. Embrace the wild and fear it not, because the wild ways are the good ways. Keep the Balance and learn the hidden ways of life, but stress the positive and outreaching nature of the wild. Do not allow trees to be needlessly felled or the forest burned. Live in the forest and be a part of the forest, but do not dwell in endless battles against the forest. Protect forest life, every tree, plant anew where death fells a tree, and restore the natural harmony that fire-users and woodcutters often disrupt. Live as one with the woods, teach others to do so, and punish and curtail those that hunt for sport or practice cruelties on wild creatures.