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Three avatars of the Moonmaiden.Selûne(Greater deity)Basic informationTitle(s)Our Lady of Silver[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]The Moonmaiden[4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]The Night White Lady[4][5][8]She Who Guides[5]Selûne Moonmother[12]Adjective(s)Selûnite[13][14]Aspects/AliasesSehanine Moonbow[15]Bright Nydra (Farsea Marshes)[4]Elah (Bedine)[4]Lucha (Shining Lands)[4]PantheonFaerûnian pantheonGenderFeminine5e4e3e2e1e5th Edition Statistics[16][17][18]AlignmentChaotic goodSymbolPair of eyes surrounded by seven starsDomainsKnowledge, Life, TwilightChannel divinityKnowledge of the agesRead thoughtsPreserve lifeTwilight sanctuary4th Edition Statistics[10][11][19][20]Power LevelGreater deityAlignmentGoodSymbolTwo female eyes surrounded by seven starsDominionGates of the MoonRealmArgentilSphere of InfluenceMoonDomainsArcana, Change, Moon, SelûneWorshipersMariners, travelers, people needing comfortChannel divinityEyes of SelûneLife and Light3rd Edition Statistics[6][7][22][23][24]Power LevelIntermediate deityAlignmentChaotic goodSymbolPair of female eyes surrounded by seven silver starsHome PlaneGates of the MoonPortfolioMoon, stars, navigation, navigators, non-evil lycanthropes, questers, wanderersDomainsChaos, Chastity, Good, Moon, Night, Protection, TravelMantlesChaos, Freedom, Good, Light and Darkness[21]WorshipersFemale spellcasters, good and neutral lycanthropes, navigators, Sun Soul monks, sailorsWorshiperalignments LG NG CG LN N CN LE NE CE Favored weaponRod of Four Moons (heavy mace)Avatar Wizard 20 Cleric 20 Bard 9 2nd Edition Statistics[2][3][4][5][9]Power LevelIntermediate deityFormerly: Lesser deityFormerly: Greater deityAlignmentChaotic goodSymbolTwo darkly beautiful human female eyes surrounded by a circle of seven silver starsHome PlaneGladsheim; Ysgard/YsgardRealmGates of the MoonPortfolioThe moon, stars, navigation, navigators, wanderers, seekers, good and neutral lycanthropes Formerly: Moon, moonlight, stars, dreams, purity, beauty, love, marriage, navigation, navigators, tracking, wanderers, seekers, diviners, good and neutral lycanthropes, autumnSpheresMajor: All, Animal, Astral, Combat, Divination, Guardian, Healing, Necromantic, Summoning, Sun, WeatherMinor: Charm, Elemental, PlantWorshiperalignments LG NG CG LN N CN LE NE CE Holy day(s)Conjuring of the Second Moon (Shieldmeet); Mystery of the Night (varies)Avatar Wizard 30 Cleric 22 Mystic 20 Fighter 16 Bard 12 1st Edition Statistics[1]Power LevelLesser deityAlignmentChaotic goodSymbolCircle of seven stars around two feminine eyesHome PlaneGladsheimServesSunePortfolioMoon, stars, navigationWorshipersFemale spellcasters, lycanthropes, navigators, those who work at nightManifestations[4][5][7][25]Favored animalsOwlsFavored monstersSong dragons, weredragons, good lycanthropes, shapechangers, ShardsFavored mineralsMoonstoneFavored colorsBlue, silverChurch of SelûneSelûne (pronounced: /sɛˈluːnɛ/ seh-LOON-eh[1][4][5] or: /sɛˈluːneɪ/ seh-LOON-ay[6]), also known as Our Lady of Silver, the Moonmaiden, and the Night White Lady, was the goddess of the moon in the Faerûnian pantheon. In the 14th and 15th centuries DR, she held the portfolios of the moon, stars, navigation, navigators, wanderers, questers, seekers, and non-evil lycanthropes.[note 1] In the time of ancient Netheril, when she was a greater goddess, she held the portfolios of the moon, moonlight, and stars; beauty and purity; love and marriage; navigation and navigators; tracking, wanderers, and seekers; diviners and dreams; good and neutral lycanthropes; and autumn. Hers was the moon's mysterious power, the heavenly force that governed the world's tides and a mother's reproductive cycles, caused lycanthropes to shift form, and drew one to the brink of madness, and back again. Her nature, appearance, and mood all changed in turn with the phases of the moon.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10] She was also known as Bright Nydra in the Farsea Marshes; as Elah among the Bedine of Anauroch; and as Lucha, called She Who Guides, in the Shining Lands, where she was part of the faith of the Adama.[4][5] Her name was shared by the moon of Toril, Selûne;[3] it was unknown if the moon was named for the goddess or the goddess for the moon.[1] Regardless, most Faerûnian humans believed the moon to be the goddess herself watching over the world and the lights that trailed behind it to be her tears, from both joy and sorrow.[8]


Selûne and her teachings of compassion and guidance were appealing to all folk who lived their lives by the moonlit night sky, and hence her faithful were a very diverse group. She was followed by those who were lost and those who were questing. Sailors and navigators, who traveled by the stars, often prayed to the Night White Lady to protect them from Umberlee, the Queen of the Depths. Others who labored by night at honest work prayed to her for similar reasons. Some sought her for protection in the dark or from the dark forces of Shar. Lycanthropes, whether those of good heart, neutrality, or a few who relished their condition, honored the Moonmaiden as the mistress of their nature. Astrologers, diviners, fortune-tellers, mystics, and those just curious about the future acknowledged her as a ruler of fate. Female spellcasters revered her, particularly those born during a full moon or who had an interest in divination, and a few dedicated themselves to her.[1][3][4][5][6][7][8] She was also worshiped by illusionists, some sages, and good thieves.[1]

(Left) Map of lightning recorded on 9 and 10 September 2005, from 18 to 03 UT, with the locations of the Flers and St Just infrasound stations (red circles) and of camera sites (yellow stars) shown. (Right) Overpressure signal, its spectrogram and the amplitude at 1 Hz recorded at Flers (top) and St Just (bottom). On the St Just amplitude at 1 Hz plot, the vertical dashed lines indicate the mean distance of the storm: less than 50 km (black), 20 km (red) and 10 km (green)


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