Darolin Fey-Touched, The Hunted

Darolin Fey-Touched, patron of hunters and fugitives, is offered a peculiar kind of praise.

The priests of Darolin revere their god not by being hunted buy by being those who hunt; Every animal a priest of Darolin chases down and kills dies in Darolin’s stead. The priests claim this worship is all they can do for their lord; though not much, the proxy ritual does just enough to keep their lord ahead of Corellon’s hounds for one more night. Any animal wary enough to elude the priests’ snares and traps is a worthy boon companion for The Hunted, who still flees The Wild Hunt.

There are few temples to Darolin; Those that do exist are usually found in cities that boast an aristocratic caste, given the expenses associated with setting up a great hunt as a religious service. Despite this fact, small shrines, altars and statues to Darolin are quite common; Offerings to The Hunted are more likely to be bread and cheese than gold.

Darolin Fey-Touched, The Hunted

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