Out of the Gate
Spheres: Dawn, Birth, Mercy, Renewal
Alignment: Neutral Good.
Symbols: Mistletoe. Water.
Colors: Pink in varying shades.
Avatar/Iconography: Faelyn is generally pictured as a mature woman (not a young girl), with her brown hair braided in a circle atop her head. She wears long, soft pink robes and is barefoot. In some images, she has four arms, with two hands folded as if in prayer and the other two spread out palm-up. One of these hands is pouring water and the other holds a globe of light. They are reminders of the solace and wisdom that Faelyn offers to all who seek her in devotion.
Persona: Despite being popular among women, Faelyn enjoys a following among both sexes. It is worth noting that Faelyn is much more popular among marginalized or oppressed populations, for reasons that should be relatively obvious. Whereas Aldaron is the champion of order and social duty, Faelyn sees to those that the social order may not always favor. Every culture has its untouchables and in the eyes of Faelyn every untouchable is still a worthy living being.
This makes her relationship with Aldaron a complicated one from time to time. When Aldaron goes to war protecting the righteous and the innocent, Faelyn offers her full support and cares for those trodden underfoot during the battle to free Aldaron for his task. His dedication to justice and mercy form the common bond between them, and it was cemented when he chose not to destroy Maedhros before casting him down. In this act perhaps beyond any other Aldaron served the ideals that Faelyn embodies.