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Mother of the Wood
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Not all creatures are born equal.
Úir made this clear when she made the world; from the blood of her womb and the skin of her hide and the hair from her mane. She made it so trees could not up their roots to escape a fire, she made it so the rabbit was not smart enough to outthink the fox, she made it so the wolf was always hungry for meat so it drove them mad with bloodlust. She made it so the Fawns, her greatest creation, were given all the tools to use the world as they saw fit. However, not all the Fawns accepted their gift as they should, and instead turned their backs on Úir, forgetting her divine grace and the gifts she bestowed upon them, so they became soft, weak, half-creatures.
Now, Úir is as kind as she is cruel, as is the way of things, and did not punish these creatures directly for their insolence, for she was the Mother of the Wood, and who was she to deal with such petty creat