|Silver arrow with green fletching|
|Aliases||The Forest Hunter, the Great Archer, Keen-Eye|
|Divine Rank||Intermediate God|
|Portfolio||Archery, Hunters, Survival|
|Domains||3E: Animal, Celerity, Chaos, Good, Elf, Plant, War, Weather
5E: Nature, War
|Home Plane||Great Wheel: Arvandor (Arborea)
World Tree/World Axis: Arvandor
|Worshippers||Archers, Druids, Elves, Rangers|
|Favoured Weapon||Longshot (Longbow)|
Solonor Thelandira is the elven god of hunting and wilderness survival.
As the main elven god of hunting, he ensures that prey are only ever slain out of necessity, rather than unbalancing the environment. He also is the watcher against evildoers such as Drow and the wicked nature deities like Malar and Talos, which brings him into close alignment with Silvanus.
He once got into an argument with Tarsellis Meunniduin over either the hand of Hanali Celanil or Araushnee which drove a wedge between them, practically driving Tarsellis from the Seldarine as a whole. This might mean that Solonor is the absentee father of Melira Taralen; since Tarsellis is the one still holding a grudge it either implies that Solonor got in there first, or that Hanali is a cheating hussy (though since Hanali is the goddess of "love" rather than "lust" it seems unlikely). The fact that Solonor remains friendly with Tarsellis' former protege Rellavar Danuvien gives Tarsellis even more reason to dislike him.
He was also romantically linked with Eilistraee and Mielikki at different points too, though as some half-elven faithful believe that Hanali was related to Mielikki, it might get weird for Solonor considering that he used to date her mother. Same applies to Eilistraee if the link to Araushnee turns out to be true. Solonor is such a studmuffin!
Solonor's companion is a lesser divinity simply called "Wolf", who knows all the tricks of the quarry and can turn himself invisible at will. Wolf was said to have taught the Green Elves how to hunt and is depicted at Solonor's side in Wild Elf iconography.
Solonor's realm is the thickest part of Arvandor called the Pale Tree, which is actually a tree-house realm where the petitioners live on bridged platforms. Solonor doesn't spend much time here though because he regularly travels to hunt.