|Aliases||of the Golden Shafts, Friend of Youth, the Huntress, Lady of the Lake|
|Divine Rank||Intermediate Goddess|
|Portfolio||Childbirth, dance, hunting, wild beasts|
|Domains||3E: Animal, Good, Plant, Sun
5E: Life, Nature
|Home Plane||Olympus (Arborea)|
|Worshippers||Druids, elves, halflings, hunters, rangers|
Artemis is the Greek goddess of the hunt, nature, and wild animals. She is the twin sister of Apollo, as well as being synonymous with the moon, making her and her brother the moon and sun respectively. She is seen as the protector of young girls, as well as being the goddess of midwifery and childbirth.
Despite these largely benevolent traits, she is often portrayed as cold, calculating, and spiteful. It is because of this that she is considered true neutral, with many Greek myths detailing her numerous spats with her brother, as well as various mortals.
Her worshipers are typically rangers and druids, and almost always female. Artemis is one of the few gods to never bear any young, and is almost always portrayed as a virgin. This is purely by her own choice however, in stark contrast to most fa/tg/uys.