Fonea (Lesser God)

During the War of the Vali (recorded elsewhere), Rand was lost (whether he was slain or simple disappeared is unknown), and On had left the other gods in search for his daughter Ilea. In their absence, Adina and Ilea (who was found after her rape (and after On had already left in search for her) by Adina) brought Fonea into existence, as healer. Her goodness was an important power to counter the evil that was slowly creeping all over Eriah.

With her healing powers and radiant aura of goodness, Fonea managed to balance the scale between good and evil. Even now, her healing powers are still very often noticeable all over the world.

Role playing statistics

God's alignment: Neutral Good
Worshippers' alignment: Any good
Area of control: Healing, goodness
Holy symbol: Silver hand


Fonea's avatar is perhaps the most active of all. She visits Eriah quite often, though she is rarely seen anywhere other than in temples of the priest hood that serves her. While her goodness may be her strongest weapon, she carries a silvery sword at her side, and she is very well trained in its use. Her dress is usually sober, with a mere white robe.

Fighter (16), Priest (17)
STR: 20 DEX: 20 CON: 19 INT: 16 WIS: 20 CHR: 18
AC: 1 HD: 16 Hp: 186 MR: 32% MV: 15 Size: 6
AT: 2 THAC0: 5 - 2 - 3 Dmg: 1d8 + 2 + 8
Weapon: Long sword +2

Priest hood

Allowed alignment: Any Good
Minimum ability scores: Wisdom 12, Intelligence 10
+10% XP bonus: Wisdom 16, Intelligence 16
Allowed races: Any
Allowed genders: Any
Required NWP: Healing
Required WP: None
Allowed weapons: Lasso, mancatcher, net, quarterstaff
Allowed armour: Any non-metal armour, no shields
Spheres of influence: Major - All, Creation, Divination, Healing,
Necromantic, Protection, Summoning
Minor - Animal, Charm, Guardian, Plant, Sun,
Powers: Lvl 1 - +2 when saving against poison and disease
Lvl 1 - Laying on Hands once per day (2hp / level)
Lvl 1 - Soothing Word three times per day
Lvl 1 - Turn Undead
Lvl 3 - Identify poisons and diseases (INT)

Last modified: Apr 17th, 2000
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