Noted Lore: - One summer morning, a man by the name of Kilor was in his garden, pruning his rosebush. One rose in particular stood out above the others, excellent in beauty. He gave this rose extra attention, and soon brought all his friends over to see his wonderful flower. It soon became known throughout the land as the most beautiful rose in Delsinar, the most glorious flower ever seen. Then, one day, as fall began to set, the flower began to wilt. Kilor was overcome with agony, as his perfect rose began to fade. In his desperation, he slit his own wrists, pouring his blood on the rose, willing it to live forever. This sacrifice, as he gave his life for his rose, brought forth more than a longer life for his garden. It was so pure, so desperate, that Fifthala was born from the plea. She took the form of the rose, and set out into the world. She is still present today, honoring those who despair to provide the ultimate sacrifice.
Conventional lore: - Like many of the dark elven deities, Fifthala is known to be a true enough spirit. She has produced dozens of demigods and warlocks throughout the years, and serves her faithful well enough. However, it is usually wise to avoid dedication to her unless you have been directly influenced by her gifts. Fifthala, like many of the gods of Calsin, will perform great and miraculous feats for those who present sacrifices on her alter. However, unlike other gods, Fifthala demands the worshiper to offer their own life. Once the worshiper has been killed and their blood drained, she will grant their last wish every single time. Her statements to mortals say that this is to ensure that requests presented before her are the most pure, the most desperate. However, it is a common belief outside of Delsinar that this may simply be a ruse for a bloodthirsty deity.