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Do you wonder what powerful fey rule over the kingdoms of the Feywild? Do you wonder what fey populate the courts of the archfey? Do you need fey with a challenge rating higher than 10 to present a challenge to your players? Well look no further! Introducing the sidhe, the lords and ladies of the Feywild. These wondrous fey beings are reincarnations of elven souls that have achieved a place in the courts of the archfey, the ultimate goal of any eladrin.

The purpose of this supplement is to fill in a serious void in the D&D universe, which is the complete lack of any well defined race of fey equivalent to the devils or the demons in terms of their level of influence in their home plane. The sidhe in this supplement have a broad range of challenge ratings, from 3 all the way to 18, and can be found in almost any environment, making them ideal to incorporate into virtually any adventure!

This supplement is a passion project for me. Though all the statistics for these fey already exist in my Lords and Ladies supplement, this supplement includes fantastic illustrations for all 11 of them, making this my first ever fully illustrated supplement that contains exclusively original illustrations! On top of that, each sidhe comes with three sample sidhe that present characters that can easily be incorporated into an already existing campaign as allies, enemies, or something in between.

The sidhe are primarily adapted from the celestial eladrin of 2nd and 3rd editions, though this supplement also features adaptations of the verdant prince (pictured on the cover), the frostwind virago, and the lunar ravager, adjusted slightly to fit in with the established lore of the sidhe. This also features one original fairy adapted from the Slavic folklore figure of the Poludnica.

  • Bralani (CR 7): Beings of raging passion, bralani are spirits of wind that live in arctic tundras, baking deserts, and the vast open skies above oceans.

  • Chirtelma (CR 8): These sadistic fairies love to torment mortals with sweltering heat before killing them.

  • Coure (CR 2): The fun-loving pixie princesses, coures are inveterate pranksters

  • Firre (CR 10): Beings of poetry and music, firre are spirits of fire wrought into souls of brilliant song

  • Ghaele (CR 16): Beings of subterfuge, ghaele are the knights errant who infiltrate humanoid society on behalf of other fey.

  • Lunathil (CR 9): Lovers of the ancient fey tradition of the Wild Hunt, the lunar ravagers are pitiless killers who gain power from the full moon.

  • Noviere (CR 5): Curious, ocean loving fey, noviere are spirits of water bound into a youthful elven form

  • Shiere (CR 11): Fey knights dedicated to a single fey lord, the shiere rule their own small domains.

  • Tulani (CR 18): The lords of the fey, tulani are dream folk whose illusions have substance and whose mastery of magic is unequaled.

  • Verdani (CR 13): Consummate deceivers and deal-makers, verdani rule their forest realms from sun dappled palaces where their will is law.

  • Virage (CR 14): Fey embodiments of the beauty and cruelty of winter, virage love nothing more than to watch their victims starve and freeze to death.

For more fey creatures, please take a look at my other supplements!

Lords and Ladies  Fey Compendium I  Fey Compendium II: Hags

And for other monsters, please check out these supplements!
Elemental Compendium I  Elemental Compendium II  Blood War I

A huge thanks to Joel Chaim Holtzman for his absolutely fantastic work on the illustrations for this supplement!

Thanks to the Homebrewery for creating such a fantastic website.

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