The Prince of Stars,
The Twilight Rider
2nd Edition Statistics   Power Level Lesser deity Alignment Chaotic Good Symbol A white shaft of light, small at the top and largest at the bottom Home Plane Arvandor, Arborea Realm The House of Glowing Stars Portfolio Light, starlight, twilight Spheres All, Astral, Chaos, Charm, Combat, Guardian, Numbers, Protection, Sun minor: Divination, Healing, Necromantic Worshipers Elves Worshiper alignments Holy day(s) Spring Equinox Avatar
Araleth Letheranil was a minor elven god of starlight.
Araleth appeared as a male elf with silvery hair and glowing golden eyes. He wore white robes, and was sometimes surrounded by a shimmering white aura.
Araleth opposed evil, and encouraged elves to combat any evil, darkness-loving creatures. He was especially aggressive and relentless when regarding the
Divine Realm Edit
He lived on the plane of
Arborea, in Arvandor. His house was called the House of Glowing Stars.
Araleth Letheranil was a member of the
elven pantheon. 
Besides the other Seldarine, he was allied with
As a member of the Seldarine, Araleth was an enemy of the
drow and goblinoid deities. He was also opposed to the goddess Shar.
Araleth Letheranil was one of the younger deities of the Seldarine—one of the "Second Born" who came after
Araushnee's rebellion and exile.
At some point in his life, he personally battled Lolth during a war between the elves and the drow. He ultimately won the hard-fought battle, but was left with a scar on his shoulder—the result of an envenomed bite from the Queen of Spiders.
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Chris Perry (December 1996). “The Seldarine Revisited”. In Pierce Watters ed. ( Dragon #236 TSR, Inc.), pp. 11–17, 25.
Mike Mearls, Jeremy Crawford (May 29, 2018). . Edited by Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes Kim Mohan, Michele Carter. ( Wizards of the Coast), p. 43. ISBN 978-0786966240.
Mike Mearls, Jeremy Crawford (2014). . ( Player's Handbook 5th edition Wizards of the Coast), pp. 59–61. ISBN 978-0-7869-6560-1. ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4
Denise Lyn Voskuil (March 1990). “The Elfin Gods”. In Roger E. Moore ed. ( Dragon #155 TSR, Inc.), pp. 20–22, 24.