Druids of the Fellreev Forest
The Fellreev Druids. There are no more than 20 druids in this forest. All are Flan purebloods, serving the ancient Flan Power Obad-hai. The druids are utterly feral, wearing little more than rags in most cases, and wholly avoid encounters, even with elves. The druids are completely other-worldly, absorbed in nature with no interest in the doings of orcs, humans, or elves, but they have a treasury of oral folklore and history which is immense. The druids know every magical site in the forest, but are not willing to ’speak of them.1
Serving the ancient Flan god Obad-Hai, these druids are utterly feral, wearing little more than rags in most cases, and typically avoid interaction with humanoids, even with elves. These druids are completely otherworldly, absorbed in nature with no interest in the doings of orcs, humans, or elves, but they have a treasury of oral folklore and history that is immense. Also, they are rumored to know every magical site in the Fellreev but are not willing to speak of them outside their circle.
Recently the druids have become more noticeable. Unlike past years they have begun responding to requests from initiates who wish to join them. Though suspected of being xenophobic towards everyone, they now seem to welcome all who hear the call of nature and Obad-Hai. Many of the traditional Flan woodsmen have joined their ranks, seeking shelter from the un-natural forces in forest. Also, angry voices can be heard in the forest now. Some report that the voices are calling for the Shalm to return the forest to its natural state. Additionally, many living in the forest would claim that the number of attacks by dire and feral creatures has been on the rise.
1. Carl Sargent. Greyhawk Adventures, Iuz the Evil, 1993