Archfey were fey beings who gained nearly god-like powers and established a position of preeminence among fey-kind. Each archfey had a unique appearance and set of abilities, most controlled a portion of the Feywild and had self-proclaimed titles.[1][2]

Some of them were powerful fey of many races, others were the awakened spirits of natural places such as forests or rivers, others the sentient incarnations of different types of animals, and others were noble eladrin so old and powerful they transcended the bounds of mortality.[1]

Some archfey were regarded as deities and granted divine abilities to their worshipers.[3] Archfey could be contacted by a willing warlock to form a fey pact.[4][5]

Notable archfeyEdit



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  2. Bruce R. Cordell (2009). City of Torment. (Wizards of the Coast), pp. 76–80. ISBN 978-07869-5184-0.
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  6. Alana Abbott (November 2011). “Court of Stars: Baba Yaga, Mother of All Witches”. In Steve Winter ed. Dungeon #196 (Wizards of the Coast), p. 60.
  7. Bruce R. Cordell (2009). City of Torment. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 79. ISBN 978-07869-5184-0.
  8. Various (June 2011). Untold Adventures. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 214. ISBN 0786958375.
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