Ehlonna, Goddess of Wind and Rain
See also: Ehlonna’s favored child and proxy, Melora
She who creates rivers, carves mountains, and blesses the fields is called Ehlonna. Ehlonna is the Goddess of Wind and Rain, born from the Sky, who is still worshipped but mainly by druids and Elves, those who know and accept her domains. She is both the destructive storm and the healing rain, the sister of Mitra who calms her flames and clears the smoke, but brings also snow and ice.
Ehlonna and Obad-Hai are considered inseparable Nature Gods, from which are born all the animals, all the deities of the forest and the fey themselves. As Nature Gods, they are decidedly more neutral in their actions, tending neither toward extreme order, chaos, good, or evil. In her present dealings with mortals, Ehlonna is considered the more forgiving of the pair, and the most attentive to her worshippers.