The Howling Hatred

Members of this cult seek to harness the power of Yan-C-Bin, the Prince of Evil Air, and ravage the world with hurricanes, blizzards, and sandstorms. They use magic to levitate and assume gaseous form. Air cultists are stealthy, evasive, manipulative, and untrustworthy. They would rather slip through an enemy’s defenses than confront their enemy head-on.

Prophet:

Aerisi Kalinoth, Air Prophet

Aerisi was a sheltered moon elf princess, but few demands were made of her, and her adolescence was a boring cavalcade of would-be suitors and tiresome diversions. She has always been infatuated with the legends and myths of the Avariel (winged elves), to the extent that she pretends to be one. Aerisi fosters the deception by giving herself illusory wings; however, the wings do not grant flight. (When she must fly, Aerisi secretly casts a fly spell upon herself.)

Aerisi has attracted a coterie of loyal followers, all of whom are convinced she’s an Avariel. She is attended by a sycophantic band of singers and flute-playing minstrels called the Windwyrds.

Prince:

Yan-C-Bin, Prince of Evil Air, Shadow of the Four Winds, the Howling Hatred

More subtle than the other princes, Yan-C-Bin prefers to operate unseen. He studies his enemies from afar, attacks swiftly with surprise, and is gone before they can retaliate. His natural form is an invisible column of howling, swirling air. His alternate form is a gaunt, venerable, dark-skinned human man with wispy white hair and glowing white eyes.

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