Basic Information
Title(s) Goddess of the singing waters
Lady of Groves
the Green One
Symbol Green hills with a river running through them.
Power level Intermediate deity
Dominion The Green Glades of Elysium
Area(s) of Interest Peace,
Portfolio Quiet places
Domains Earth (dolmen), Plant (growth), Protection (purity), Water (flowing)
Worshipers Druids, pacifists, rangers
Worshiper alignments
Favored weapon Net (net or net that does damage as unarmed strike)
Holy day(s) The Greening (Greengrass)
Rules Information
Alignment Neutral good
Halyassa is the Goddess of the calmness of nature. She is the patron of Dragonborn druids (although many of them find the Green Faith more to their liking), being a neutral deity, she's concerned with keeping the wild pristine so that the Dragonborn can enjoy the wild. The second wife of Freyr, Hallyassa's priests work with the druids, making sure that the wilderness is expanding and unspoiled. In this way, their motives coincides with the motives of the Elves and their recreation of Arvandor. Halyassa is the daughter of Typhon and Tamara.

The ClergyEdit


Dragonborn ranger (WotC?)

Halyassa's cult represents a split from the Church of Typhon and the Church Tamara, both seeking peace and quiet from a worship of nature in it's most destructive phase to human sages. In actuality, Halyassa's cult grew out of the Forest Service on Thurban. The Forest Service worked hard to maintain wild places for all Dragonborn. When Dragonborn were forced into a Chalcolithic society, a faith grew around the Forest Service rangers that came with them. The diety was created in order to give a face to nature. Or perhaps some deity responds to their need, and grants them spells on behalf of Halyassa.


Temples are always built like a cabin lodge. Many are found near water falls, lakes, laughing brooks, or streams. There is no stone used in most of her temples. It's always built of wooden logs, with some having thatched roofs. Other temples are built of stone dolmens and gateways, where the druids gather for ceremonies dedicated to Halyassa.


While most of the clergy (rangers) patrol their areas as nature's wardens, the others (clerics and druids) maintain the wild places and ensures that the wilderness flourishes. Clerics often plant new trees in rows, while druids lets nature take its course. A walkabout, a hike to some beautiful place, or a visit to a stream is venerating Halyassa. The faithful believe their prayers are best recieved in the wild. Sacrifices include the giving of precious, manufactured things to the Church; a burnt offering of a he-goat (ram) or a kine (bull) to Halyassa.

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