Keep Feb 8, Blog , Culture , Media 10 comments. I have spent a lot of time reflecting on sexism in the Drow society, how it reflects on our own prejudices, and specifically, how certain authors ignore the set world in order to better be able to relate with the society. For those of you unfamiliar with drow society in Forgotten Realms, a quick overview. The Drow have a matriarchal society that is principally Chaotic Evil, but often tends towards Lawful Evil in practice. They are led by a cruel goddess who speaks to her followers and demands things of them, and she knows their thoughts. Disloyalty to the spider queen goddess Llolth is met with death, torture, and eternal torment in the after life. Because of this, the society is cruel and dangerous, without love or affection or any softness whatsoever. The women are taller and physically stronger than the men, though most women become priestesses while the men in their society become mages or warriors. There are relatively few mages and warriors that are female, as females are typically relegated to the priestesshood caste that reigns over society. Why women rarely become warriors is poorly explained as a result of most women being priestesses, and it seems to have been an out of character decision, as women are physically stronger and trained as fighters, even through the priestesshood.
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In the game world, she is a goddess in the drow pantheon, and her portfolios are song , dance , swordwork , hunting , moonlight and beauty. In the Forgotten Realms campaign setting, Eilistraee is the daughter of Corellon Larethian and of Araushnee who later took the name Lolth after being punished by Corellon , a free-spirited and kind-hearted goddess, with a fiery streak in her personality. Even though she was cleared from any guilt, Eilistraee chose to share her mother's exile, because she knew that the drow would need her light and help in the dark times to come. But, despite having to overcome many hardships and setbacks, Eilistraee has never given up fighting for her people.