This is part four in our ongoing investigation into what is the mystery behind the Queen of Air and Darkness. Part One studied the origins behind her creation in the land of Landinion. Part Two brought information to light about Auril, the Frostmaiden of Faerun, and her possible connection to the shattered Queen. Part three introduced usContinue reading “The Shattered Goddess investigation Part V: Shard of Corruption”
Category Archives: Queen of Air and Darkness
The Wild Beyond the Witchlight brings new domain ideas to D&D
The following insanity is brought to you by BDC We are one month away from Fifth Edition’s first content about the Feywild (In detail, at least) in Wizard’s newest offering; The Wild in the Witchlight!. And man, are we giddy! We already had a fleshing out of the Domains of Dread back in Van Richten’sContinue reading “The Wild Beyond the Witchlight brings new domain ideas to D&D”
Mystery of the Splintered Goddess: Cegilune, the Hag Queen
Sorry it’s taken me SO long to get back to you and I hope my absence hasn’t dampened your inquisitive spirits, cause today we have more of the mystery of the Shattered Queen, also known as The Queen of Air and Darkness. In the first article, we laid out the origins and pertinent information toContinue reading “Mystery of the Splintered Goddess: Cegilune, the Hag Queen”
Search for the Splintered Goddess: Auril, the FrostMaiden
Welcome back to the archives in the depths of The Magic Tavern. Last week we deep dived into the lore of the Unseelie monarch, the Queen of Air and Darkness. In an unexpected trap, the unnamed Fey sister of Titania was corrupted by the mysterious Night Diamond. This strange artifact not only took her physical form, but it turned her against her sister and the Seelie Court and drove her to steal the ‘treasures of the Arcana’. She now holds court of her own in either another part of the Feywild or, as older editions state, in Pandemonium.
Forgotten Lore: Legacy of the Queen of Air and Darkness
What starts here will probably continue into a series of articles; laying out an investigation I did when studying the varying courts of the Fey. It was not my intention to get stuck down the rabbit hole of this particular Fey Goddess, but, as it is with most of my obsessive research, it was as inevitable as it was impossibly deep. This is the chronicles of a deep dive that I have not returned fully from yet.