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Melora is the goddess of the wilderness
 
Melora is the goddess of the wilderness
 
and the sea. She is both
 
and the sea. She is both

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Melora is the goddess of the wilderness and the sea. She is both the wild beast and the peaceful forest, the raging whirlpool and the quiet desert. Rangers, hunt- ers, and elves revere her, and sailors make offerings to her before begin- ning their voyages.

Before the Dawn War, she was almost considered a sister of Erathis, but after the minotaurs broke away from Erathis, Melora and Kord combined their powers to destroy Ruul, causing discord among Melora and Earthis.

She is strongly opposed to Baphomet, Gruumsh, Yeenoghu, Cryonax and their followers, in addition to the zealous followers of Erathis.