Eira

Titles: Mother of Life, Great Heal-er, Woundbinder, Peacemaker, the Outstretched Hand, Troublesoother.
Aspects: Healing, life, mercy, peace.
Symbol: A raised hand, palm forward.
Priesthood: Merciful Sons/Daughters (priests); Peacekeepers (paladins).

Goddess of healing, Eira is Tiw’s ex-wife. When she married Tiw, she thought her diplomatic ways and words of peace could calm her warlike husband, but she quickly realized she fought a lost cause. Eira is the patron of barbers, doctors, healers, herbalists, and surgeons, as well as diplomats and peacemakers. Statues of her depict a young maiden with her hands palm upward in a gesture of peace. Shrines to her glory can be found in every establishment related to healing. Often the shrine takes the form of a holy symbol. Temples exist only in major settlements. They act as hospitals, as well as fl ophouses and soup kitchens for the dregs of society. Priests spend their time healing and caring for the sick, whether that be at temples or shrines or as itinerant healers and herbalists. They also serve as diplomats, ever-seeking peaceful solutions to the problems which beset Rassilon. The Peacekeepers serve as bodyguards

to the healers and also undertake expeditions to carry medical supplies to distant communities and gather rare healing herbs.

Eira

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