Obad-Hai, God of Nature
Obad-Hai, God of Nature, desires only balance. His influence can be seen in birth, death, and rebirth of all things natural. He is a stoic god, born from the Earth, and is not one for ceremony or song, only for quiet reverence and respect. Certainly, his wrath is terrible, and his blessings great, but both are difficult to earn. He, like Ehlonna, is a popular deity among druids and Elves.
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 his present dealings with mortals, Obad-Hai is considered one who is slow to anger but also slow to forgive. His influence is rare and often subtler than the interventions of Ehlonna.