The Forest Father is the god of nature, formally considered the god of wild nature and druids. His worshipers protect places of nature from the encroachment of civilization with vigor and are implacable foes of industrious peoples.

Rituals take place at sundown or in moonlight. The Dryad Dance is a replenishing ritual of wild, wayward dance that called out dryads to join the ritualists for mating.

Silvanus resents the destructive nature of Talos, and the intentionally murderous nature of Malar.

Silvanus teaches that all life and nature is in a perfect balance that turns on the wheel of time, and will sometimes use his power to help his followers restore balance in places where the scales have been tipped.


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