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Feronia

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Feronia
(Deity)
Titles The Fertile Flame
Home Cradle of Flames, Elemental Plane of Fire
Alignment Neutral
Areas of Concern Fertility, sacred fires, wildfire
Cleric Alignments
Domains Destruction, Fire, Liberation, Protection
Subdomains Ash, Catastrophe, Freedom, Smoke
Favored Weapon Bastard sword
Symbol Bonfire under stars
Sacred Animal Rabbit
Sacred Colors Blue, yellow

Feronia is a little-known, rarely-seen demigoddess, native to the Plane of Fire.[1]

Home

Feronia lives with her children in the Cradle of Flames, a commune situated high atop a huge, intricate obsidian spire on the Plane of Fire.[1]

Appearance

Feronia's natural appearance is that of a massive, amorphous flame shot with shining gold. She often takes the form of a beautiful, black-skinned woman with molten eyes, a swan made of flames, or a phoenix crowned with gold and sapphire.[1]

Servants

Feronia is served by four phoenixes, who protect the Cradle of Flames under command of her herald, the Guardian Blaze.[1]

Relationships

Feronia has given birth to numerous children with different fathers throughout the millennia, and has thwarted numerous plots to kidnap or harm them. Feronia rebuffs all potential suitors that come to the Cradle of Flames, as she prefers to meet them on her own terms by magically travelling to their realms.[1]

Feronia's most famous child is the empyreal lord Ragathiel, the product of a short marriage (lasting only a few centuries) with the archdevil Dispater. After their divorce, she took the baby Ragathiel out of Hell. Feronia and Dispater remain on friendly terms, and correspond once a year, but out of respect for Dispater's current wife, Erecura, they never meet in person.[2][3]

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