The fey goddess of the moon. She came from distant stars to look over E’yané. Stacia is considered by many scholars to be the sister of the king of the fey. She represents freedom and kindness, a quest for joy in everything that one does. Her role in the Covenant of the Ascended is a major part. She acted directly through her servant, Stacianodel (“Moon-Star”), to maintain the balance and represent that which was right without suppression from those claiming to serve justice. Stacia fell from the heavens prior to the Age of Gods and it was widely believed that the goddess had been killed. Despite her tumultuous history, she now reigns again over the night sky. Rangers look to her as the protector of the forests. She is the purest light in the darkness of night.
Enjoy life but not at the expense of another’s joy.
Respect all that is given to you in nature and do not take from it when it is unnecessary.
Be a light against the darkness that plagues the mortal world.

Stacia’s Path [Divinity]

Heroic Tier
Channel Divinity class feature, must worship Stacia
Benefit: You can invoke the power of your deity to use Stacia’s path.

Stacia’s Path

Stacia lights your path with sacred moonlight and invigorates you with the speed of the stars.
Encounter Divine
Minor Action Personal
You gain a +2 power bonus to speed and ignore difficult terrain until the end of your next turn.
Special: You must take the Stacia’s Path feat to use this power.
Prerequisite: Channel Divinity, Stacia’s Path feat

This feat was first published in the Forgotten Realms Player’s Guide as Fleetness of Mielikki. It has been altered for use in this Campaign Setting. All rights reserved to Wizards of the Coast.


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