|Titles||The Warmth of the Hearth|
|Areas of Concern|| Hearth|
|Edicts|| Keep your counsel|
Follow your heart
Appreciate a warm hearth
Defend those who welcome you into their home
|Anathema|| Force anyone into drudgery or mindless work|
Deny support to loved ones
Surrender when escape is an
|Cleric Alignments (2E)|
|Domains (2E)||Duty, Family, Protection, Repose|
|Favored Weapon||Claw or kukri|
|Symbol||Paw print in orange|
Source: The Mwangi Expanse, pg(s). 132
Adanye is a goddess said to be the mentor of the first catfolk, teaching them both combat and the importance of the hearth, the home and the right to solitude and self-determination. She protects the safety and sense of self of curious wanderers, honours the time daydreaming on the hearth, understands that a retreat is sometimes the best protection, and reminds her followers of the security of a spot of one's own and the importance of the presence, instead of the past or future.
Appearance and emissaries
Adanye is depicted as either an old catfolk woman or a cat by the hearth fire, with large, gentle, wise eyes.
Temples and shrines
There are no temples to Adanye outside of Murraseth, only small shrines erected by travellers near rarely-tread mountain trails or in the corners of other gods' temples. Her holy symbol is usually sketched or painted on a fallen log or in a hidden corner of a building.