|Aliases||The Archer, Lord of the Wildwood|
|Pantheon||Oerth, Seldarine (Elf)|
|Portfolio||3E: Feasting, Hunting, Independence, Outlawry
5E: Independence, Outlawry
|Domains||3E: Chaos, Plant, Animal
5E: Nature, Trickery
|Worshippers||Wild elves, elven outlaws, druids|
Gadhelyn (pronounced gad-THEL-len), is the elven and Oerthian Hero-God of feasting, hunting, independence, and outlawry. Once a part of the larger elven pantheon, the Lord of the Wildwood has mostly been forgotten, with only the grugach worshipping him.
Rejoice in the springtime, make merry in the summer, feast in autumn, and dream in winter's shadow. At the court of the Lord of the Wildwood, knights are knaves and the rude are royal. Let all who would enter the forest bring a gift to the Lord of the Wildwood; but beware, if it is not pleasing, he shall take what he will in its stead. When the first arrow strikes the heart, it is a noble wound; when a second must be shot, it is fitting that the hunter should become the hunted.