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These waters are me, and I am them. I am the lands that rise from them. I am the trees that bind them. I am the beasts that keep them.
The Wildmother[7]

Melora, the Wildmother, known as Serataani in Marquesian,[8] is the goddess of wilderness and the sea.[9] She watches over nature, good harvest, grants protection from washing away in storms, and guides the passage of ships. As an NPC, The Wildmother is played by Matthew Mercer in Critical Role and Aabria Iyengar in Exandria Unlimited.

Appearance and symbols[]

Wildmother - Hannah Friederichs-Cael Lyons

Official art of the Wildmother, by Hannah Friederichs and Cael Lyons.[art 3]

Melora is depicted as a beautiful woman with green or deep brown skin with a strong, full figured body, and she is nearly fully enveloped by wild tangle of hair, leaves, and vines. Her image is often found carved into wooden reliefs and idols in groves and rural shrines.[10]


The Spire of Conflux, a staff capable of casting powerful druidic spells and increasing the power of the wielder's spells, was made from the Wildmother's breath.[11] It is currently wielded by the archdruid Keyleth, Headmaster of the Air Ashari tribe in Zephrah, Tal'Dorei.

Places of worship and holy sites[]


The district of Vasselheim known as Abundant Terrace is dedicated to the Wildmother.[12] The Abundant Terrace is where most of the food in Vasselheim is grown. In such a cold environment it is Melora's blessing that allows the land there to be fertile and grow crops from many different places. The temple in this district devoted to her worship is called the the Birthheart.[13]


Melora's following is one of the majority faiths in a band running across Tal'Dorei from the Lucidian Coast[14] and the Stormcrest Mountains[15] across the Dividing Plains[16] to the Bladeshimmer Shoreline[17] and the Verdant Expanse.[18]

  • The importance of Melora in the Dividing Plains is evidenced by the grand Wild Arbor in Westruun's Temple Ward—and many of her followers there are not especially tolerant of minority faiths.[19]
  • Her temple isn't one of the very largest in Emon's Temple District,[20] but her relationship with Erathis is commemorated in Azalea Street Park within Abdar's Promenade.[21]
  • Worship of Melora is predominant in the Ashari village of Zephrah.[22]

Devotion to the Wildmother is a minority faith in the Alabaster Sierras[23] and in the Rifenmist Peninsula,[24] where her clerics were among the founders of the Qoniira Tetrarchy.[25]


Worship of the Wildmother is banned in the Dwendalian Empire.[26]

Outside of the Empire, there are five notable holy sites or shrines dedicated to the Wildmother that are currently known and many others hidden from the common eye:

Commandments of the Wildmother[]

The Wildmother - Binky

Fan art of the Wildmother, by Binky.[art 4]

Commandments of the Wildmother

  • Protect the untamed wilderness from exploitation and destruction.

  • Slay abominations and other mockeries of nature.

  • Embrace and respect that which you cannot control in this world. Exist in harmony with it.

Known worshipers[]

Some of the Ashari worship Melora;[44] Keyleth was much less devout than others before she acquired one of Melora's vestiges.[45]

An immortal spirit created by Melora (either as an independent entity or as an extension of herself),[46] Sahyaadon, has a temple in the Gloomed Jungles in which there is a statue of Serataani (Melora's Marquesian aspect) to which offerings can be made.


In addition to the staff-and-wreath, one of Melora's symbols is a swirl carved into stone, a slow cascading spiral with a wave crest at the center.[47]



Goddesses in Balance - Zuzanna Wuzyk

Official art of Melora and Erathis, by Zuzanna Wuzyk @zuzartii. Artwork from Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn..[art 5]

The Wildmother is in a relationship, albeit fractured, with the goddess of civilization and laws, Erathis. The fractured nature of the relationship reflects the disparity between civilization and nature, and Melora greatly wishes for the two to return to the harmony they once had. Druids of Melora and clerics of Erathis work to preserve the balance of nature and civilization. When this balance is upset, the two goddesses grow furious, and their fury manifests as devastating natural disasters.[10]

Erathis and Melora created humans through their passionate love as the third race on Exandria. They granted humans passionate hearts as well but also a chaos that blessed them with the ambitions, mirth, and curiosity of their two creators but also cursed them to be too short-lived to fully fulfill these impulses.[48] According to legends, the Wildmother is also responsible for the existence of two races: the aarakocra, created as storm herders who used to drive the clouds across the sky;[49] and tabaxi, either through her dreams[50] or magically influencing common felines with them.[51]

During the Age of Arcanum, mortal followers of Sehanine and Melora forged Dwueth'var; unlike many of the weapons crafted during that era, it was intended to help protect Exandria rather than surpass or fight the gods.[52]

In the Calamity, Melora bestowed the Spire of Conflux, one of the Vestiges of Divergence, on one of her heroes.[53]

During the Calamity, Zehir ambushed and killed many followers of Melora near one of her shrines. Her screams created the tortuous, thorny Lushgut Forest, which crushed the followers of Zehir and sent them into retreat.[5]

In one of the last battles of the Calamity, Melora and her Free Children battled Bane and his goblinoid legions, this time on the Beynsfal Plateaus of the Rifenmist Peninsula, where Bane was defeated and his armor was scattered across the region. The site of the battle was reduced to ash, and plants wouldn't grow there ever again.[54]

Towards the end of the Calamity, the Wildmother planted a seed in the most desolate place in the world before withdrawing beyond the Divine Gate along with the rest of the Prime Deities. That place is now the Barbed Fields of Xhorhas, where the huge tree stands alone in the middle of dangerous plains. Called the Arbor Exemplar, it is considered the sister of the Seed of Rebirth in the The Abundant Terrace, the main temple of the Wildmother in Vasselheim.[55][56]

After the Divergence,[57] an arcane forest fire slowly burned the trees of the Greying Wildlands for a century, leaving only one section of the woods intact, thanks to the blessings of the Arch Heart and the Wildmother protecting the wood elves that had stayed in the forest.[58]

Campaign One: Vox Machina[]

The Spire of Conflux was one of several Vestiges of Divergence found by Vox Machina while gathering power to defeat the Chroma Conclave.[59]

Keyleth invoked Melora's name as she cast her last Feeblemind spell on Raishan.[60] Raishan had originally been cursed by a priest of Melora.[61]

Campaign Two: The Mighty Nein[]

Melora, the Wildmother - Christian Thor Lally

Fan art of Melora, the Wildmother, by Christian Thor Lally.[art 6]

"Within the Nest" (2x28) The remaining members of the Mighty Nein sought out the priest located in the Blooming Grove, a holy site to Melora, in order to avenge Mollymauk Tealeaf's death and free their friends from captivity. They discovered Caduceus Clay there, who joined the party to help find a cure for the rapidly spreading disease plaguing his home temple.[62]

"The Ruby and the Sapphire" (2x33) The Mighty Nein visited the Mother's Lighthouse in order to find some information about the recent whereabouts of Marius LePual.

"In Hot Water" (2x43) After being banned from Darktow Island, Caduceus cast Divination asking the Wildmother where the safest place to port and repair the Squalleater would be. She responded back, "Bisaft Isle brings you safest harbor in what you seek." After casting the spell, Caduceus felt more confident on the seas. [63]

"The Second Seal" (2x47) Caduceus Clay cast Divination, asking The Wildmother what Fjord's former mentor Vandran was doing. He heard a warm voice along with an unexpected warm wind on a cold night say "Staying out of sight. Making amends."[64]

"A Game of Names" (2x49) While the Mighty Nein were trying to figure out who had kidnapped Yeza Brenatto, Caduceus Clay cast Divination asking The Wildmother, "What is Yeza's destination?" He felt the wind around him pick up and a voice speak through the wind: "Ghor Dranas".[65]

"Duplicity" (2x55) Jester Lavorre cast Revivify on Caduceus Clay after Nott accidentally killed him with an explosive arrow. For an instant she felt a presence and saw a matronly smile and a figure with tumbling hair in the shadows. Jester told Caduceus she saw The Wildmother looking over him and smiling. While in darkness, Caduceus had a vision of green fields, ice-covered land, a fiery forge, and glimpses of scattered historical families. A warm breeze blew east past the mountains and the wastes. Caduceus mysteriously felt like he was on the right path.[66]

Caduceus casting Commune by Nikki Dawes

Fan art of Caduceus Clay casting Commune, by Nikki Dawes.[art 7]

"Chases and Trees" (2x65) Caduceus Clay cast Commune while the Mighty Nein camped near the Arbor Exemplar in the Barbed Fields. He asked if the tree was hers. The Wildmother responded it was her last and final seed. He asked what was keeping her away. She responded that the land was still scarred since the gods all left. He finally asked if he was here to fix the landscape. She responded: "It's too big to fix. Your path is your own."[67] That night, Fjord dreamed of Uk'otoa threatening him, when a voice said "Come with me, child." He swam into a small chamber of tangled vines and roots, and the voice spoke once more, "The womb I grant, but withers without faith. His will shall find you again... but until it does, rest." That same night, Caduceus also had a vision of a mountainous area with a volcano. Shards of green glass were thrown into the magma and turned purple in color. The vision then shifted to a jungle oasis holding a temple next to a pool. The same crystals were placed in the water and grew roots like a germinated seed.

"Beneath Bazzoxan" (2x66) While on their night watch, Fjord told Caduceus about the vision he had the night before under the tree. Caduceus explained that the voice he heard is the Wildmother, the deity that Caduceus's family worships. Fjord shared that he had been surrounded in warmth and wanted to feel that again. Caduceus taught Fjord how to meditate, and he heard the familiar sound of waves crashing on the shore.[68]

"Clay and Dust" (2x72) The Mighty Nein visited the Cinderrest Sanctum under Kravaraad in search of someone who could reforge the Star Razor.

The Wildmother by @TheRileyOMalley

Fan art of The Wildmother, by @TheRileyOMalley.[art 8]

"Rime and Reason" (2x75) Caduceus cast Commune, asking the Wildmother if she could give Fjord his magical powers back. She responded with a definitive yes.

"Refjorged" (2x76) While meditating, Fjord saw Melora's face in the sky. She told him the seed of darkness in him was too deep for her to heal, but she could help him if he would swear to protect all that is hers. He agreed without hesitation, and she gave him her boon as tendrils of seaweed encased him.[69] In the morning, he awakened stronger and officially became her paladin.

"The Folding Halls" (2x80) After realizing that they had been scryed upon, Caduceus cast Commune to ask the Wildmother about it. She affirmed that it had been someone in the Kryn Dynasty, that it was not Essek, and that it was by command of the Bright Queen. During the communion, Fjord and Caduceus's hair unexpectedly moved to an invisible gust of wind.[70]

"The Beat of the Permaheart" (2x82) Caduceus cast Commune and learned that Yussa Errenis was still alive in the Happy Fun Ball, but not in either the Dreadnought chamber or the Crystal Mines.

Fjord's symbol of Melora - Doug Myers

Fan art of Fjord's symbol of Melora, by Doug Myers.[art 9]

"Unwanted Reunions" (2x88) Fjord was given a holy symbol of the Wildmother by Caduceus after maintaining his sense of self throughout his battle with Uk'otoa.[71]

"Lingering Wounds" (2x89) Fjord used his downtime in Rexxentrum to meditate and allow himself to be more open to the Wildmother. After some time focusing, a calm breeze washed over his mind and he heard the familiar sounds of the ocean waves.

"With Great Power..." (2x94) The Mighty Nein visited the Menagerie in order to help Caduceus complete the quest given to him by Melora.

"Family Shatters" (2x96) Caduceus and Jester were able to restore the petrified members of the Clay family and several of the Stone family as well. Caduceus fulfilled the last step of the visions the Wildmother had sent him by dropping his transformed residuum crystals into the pool in the Menagerie. He then gave the crystals to his sister Calliope, and asked her to plant them within the Blooming Grove in his stead.

"High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) After Fjord was revived successfully by Caduceus and had the Cloven Crystal taken out of him, he began to remember the cold isolating darkness that came along with death as he slept. Melora sent a "bloom of green and warm blossom" that helped wash away the lingering anxiety and fear. [72]

"The Ruined Sliver" (2x104) Caduceus successfully cast Divine Intervention and asked the Wildmother about Vokodo's true nature. He was shown that Vokodo had fled from the Astral Plane while being pursued and crashed on Rumblecusp, dragging slivers of multiple other planes with him. [73]

"Devoutness and Dicks" (2x107) As Caduceus was trying to meditate in the evening, visions of the floating city in the Astral Sea flooded his mind once more. He felt afraid and a cold chill shot through his body, knowing that this entity was a perversion of the values he held dear. The next day, Caduceus cast Commune, asking the Wildmother if she knew anything about this creature. She responded back with a cold breeze, indicating she didn't know what this creature was or if it was coming for them.[74]

"Traveler Con" (2x108) Caduceus cast Commune, asking the Wildmother if the Traveler was being reasonably honest about his plans for Traveler Con the following day. She responded only with a comforting embrace, indicating she didn't know the answer.

"The Chase Begins" (2x112) The Wildmother spoke to Fjord while aboard the Midnight Hammer, and he took the Oath of the Open Sea[75] as a paladin in her service. The same day, Caduceus cast Commune, asking the Wildmother about the locations of Cree and Lucien. A warm breeze indicated that they were both ahead of them in the Biting North. He then asked if Vess DeRogna knew more about the Tombtakers than she let on. A stagnant chill indicated uncertainity.

"Fair-weather Faith" (2x123) Caduceus cast Commune, asking if Essek could help them on their quest, if the red eyes on Beau and Caleb could be used against them, and if the Tomb Takers needed a sacrifice. Caduceus first saw a twinkling star in the distance, promising safety and comfort for them. Then, he saw the nearby fog thicken, showing uncertainty to the second question. Finally, after a brief pause, a cold breeze came through the jungle to signify Melora saying no.[76]

"A Walk to Warmer Welcomes" (2x124) Caduceus successfully used Divine Intervention and was able to find the location of the secret entrance utilized by the Tombtakers to enter the ruins of Aeor.[77]

"Long May He Reign" (2x140) After seeing Caleb unsuccessfully cast Raise Dead on Mollymauk, Caduceus quietly decided to use Divine Intervention and beseech the Wildmother to bring Molly back to life. After a successful intervention, Molly was able to open his eyes again for the first time.[78]

Exandria Unlimited[]

"A Test of Worth" (E1x05) While trying to search for something to help translate the rune the party found in "The Oh No Plateau" (E1x02), the group began to hear Melora's voice in the jungle. She then created a challenge for the party that involved fighting a mossy alligator. The party eventually won after Opal was able to subdue the creature by flipping it on its back.

Campaign Three: Bells Hells[]

Serataani's gift by Lap Pun Cheung

Fan art of Serataani blessing Orym's sword, by Lap Pun Cheung.[art 10]

The Gorgynei worshiped Sahyaadon, a spirit created by the Wildmother. There was a statue of her holding an empty scabbard in Zha'Vrollo, the temple where the Gorgynei were tested. After Chetney Pock O'Pea passed Sahyaadon's trial the Wildmother called Orym's attention and blessed his sword through the scabbard of her statue, turning it a magical weapon;[79] his friend Fearne, thankful for the gesture, left an offering for the goddess.

Weeks later in Wildemount, at the beginning of the apogee solstice, the Mighty Nein had to stop Trent Ikithon and the abyssal Monster he had freed, Omentis. After a successful Divine Intervention Melora granted Caduceus Clay's request, turning translucent the shadows surrounding the Scion of Ruin, allowing Beauregard Lionett to access the relic needed to seal the creature and the archmage inside it.[80]

When Bells Hells were split into two groups after the Battle of the Red Center, a slightly drunken Fearne visited the garden dedicated to Melora during the last night she spent in Uthodurn before starting a new mission; there, she prayed to the goddess, unsure about the whole process, but asking her to contact Orym and let him know that she and her group were safe.[81] In a similar way, Orym prayed to the Wildmother at night while he and his group were in the Serratus Wilderness by planting his sword (blessed by Melora herself) in the ground and adorning it with flowers before expressing his trust in her and begging her for help in the form of some miracle that she could send them.[82] These both occurred on the same night, the 24th of Fessuran, 843 PD.[83]

"Broken Roads" (3x92) and "Bittersweet Reunions" (3x93)

In Tal'Dorei, in the time before the apogee solstice the Wildmother stayed in contact with Fy'ra Rai, one of her followers, as she asked advice about her friend Opal, champion of the Spider Queen; however, during the solstice the goddess stopped communicating verbally, fearful because of the looming threat of Predathos. When Lolth forced Opal to attack her friends, Fy'ra asked Melora for guidance, and the Prime Deity confirmed that they should remove the Circlet of Barbed Vision that Opal was wearing; however, the Wildmother showed hesitation when asked if she could intervene herself to help.

Fy'ra Rai by ElesirArt

Fan art of Fy'ra Rai, the chosen of Melora, by ElesirArt.[art 11]

The battle continued, and Fy'ra, in desperation, prayed once more to her goddess, promising to serve her more actively if she helped them, after which Melora conveyed the possibility of a reward if the fire genasi committed to her offer; Fy'ra agreed, starting her journey as a champion, and the Wildmother, as an immediate reward, Dispelled the Darkness spell that had been covering Opal for most of the fight. When Fy'ra reached her friend and grabbed her vestige its spines pierced her hands, and she realized she couldn't take away the circlet without killing Opal, so she released, and Melora helped her, forcing the thorns to let the monk's hands go. After some negotiation the Spider Queen agreed to work with Fy'ra and the Wildmother against Predathos, although manifesting her irritation about the possibility of interacting with the Prime Deity more often.

"Gathering of Needs" (3x95) When Bells Hells were visiting Zadash Orym decided to take Ishta, Otohan Thull's blade, and the weapon that had killed many people, including the halfling's family, and went outside with it, starting his Zeph'aeratam routine wielding it until he stopped, exhausted. He then felt the Wildmother's presence making the sword a bit lighter for him, as one single cloud in the clear night caused rain to fall over him, refreshing him. Instead of ruining the moment with words, Orym just decided to experience the moment in silence, and by the moment Dorian and Fearne joined him outside, there was no trace of Melora's cloud.

Appearances and mentions[]


  • The Wildmother's holy day is Wild's Grandeur, celebrated on the vernal equinox.
  • Taliesin Jaffe, who played Asha, the Wildmother's mortal incarnation in Downfall, said of her: "This is just Caduceus' Wildmother. This is literally just a version of Caduceus going, "Perhaps I wasn't clear. I'm hungry all the time, and I'm violent. Hi. I'm nature."[84]
  • According to Asha, Melora was always somewhat scared of Gruumsh, even before the Schism.[85]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 21.
  2. See "Downfall: Part One" (3x99) at 0:24:15.
  3. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 18.
  4. See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 23.
  5. 5.0 5.1 See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 67.
  6. See "Compulsions" (3x40) at 3:33:45.
  7. See "Refjorged" (2x76) at 4:29:54.
  8. See "Compulsions" (3x40) at 3:33:45.  In the transcript for "Call of the Wild" (3x41), the name is spelled both "Serataani" and "Seraatani".
  9. See "Trial of the Take: Part 1" (1x18) at 50:01.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 31.
  11. See "A Name Is Earned" (1x49) at 4:46:03.
  12. See "Loose Ends" (1x84) at 2:44:31.
  13. See "Trial of the Take: Part 1" (1x18) at 50:01.
  14. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 66.
  15. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 108.
  16. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 81.
  17. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 129.
  18. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 120.
  19. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 90.
  20. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 134.
  21. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 136.
  22. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 49.
  23. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 72.
  24. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 113.
  25. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 115.
  26. See "Steam and Conversation" (2x09) from 0:40:39 through 0:43:10.  Claudia Sheed lists the approved deities of the empire, which do not include the Wildmother.
  27. See "Within the Nest" (2x28) at 1:01:22.
  28. See "Talks Machina #143: 'Family Shatters'" (TMx143) at 0:53:10.
  29. See "The Ruby and the Sapphire" (2x33) at 53:39.
  30. See "The Ruby and the Sapphire" (2x33) at 2:58:51.
  31. See "Beneath Bazzoxan" (2x66) at 1:16:59.
  32. See "Chases and Trees" (2x65) at 2:41:48.
  33. See "Family Shatters" (2x96) at 0:09:05.
  34. See "Causatum" (2x70) at 3:32:41.
  35. See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 108.
  36. See "Hope Within History" (3x55) at 1:09:13.
  37. See "Hope Within History" (3x55) at 3:05:32.
  38. See "Liam's One Shot: The Song of the Lorelei" (Sx36) at 2:35:01.
  39. See "At Dawn, We Plan!" (1x53) at 0:21:34.
  40. See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 116.
  41. See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 147.
  42. See Call of the Netherdeep, p. 45.
  43. See "A Haunted Past" (3x63) at 2:28:57.
  44. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 31.
  45. Marisha Ray discussed her and the Ashari's worship in a tweet.
  46. See "Call of the Wild" (3x41) at 1:56:59.
  47. See "At Dawn, We Plan!" (1x53) at 22:12.
  48. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 13.
  49. See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 165.
  50. See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 178.
  51. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 217.
  52. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 210.
  53. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 110. The Spire is on pp. 115–116.
  54. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 21. See also p. 76.
  55. See "Chases and Trees" (2x65) at 2:41:49.
  56. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 7.
  57. See "Hope Within History" (3x55) at 0:52:51.
  58. See Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, p. 18.
  59. See "Vorugal" (1x71) at 4:39:39.  Vox Machina recover the Spire of Conflux from the corpse of Yenk the goristro
  60. See "The Deceiver's Stand" (1x83) at 2:29:47.
  61. See "Trust" (1x70) at 14:31.
  62. See "Within the Nest" (2x28) at 55:25.
  63. See "In Hot Water" (2x43) from 2:31:08 through 2:31:44.
  64. See "The Second Seal" (2x47) from 3:21:12 through 3:22:34.
  65. See "A Game of Names" (2x49) from 2:27:53 through 2:29:00.
  66. See "Duplicity" (2x55) from 4:05:11 through 4:08:18.
  67. See "Chases and Trees" (2x65) from 2:37:57 through 2:40:16.
  68. See "Beneath Bazzoxan" (2x66) from 2:47:02 through 2:48:43.
  69. See "Refjorged" (2x76) at 4:26:55.
  70. See "The Folding Halls" (2x80) from 39:40 through 41:28.
  71. See "Unwanted Reunions" (2x88) at 1:21:40.
  72. See "High Seas, High Stakes" (2x99) from 1:45:45 through 1:47:36.
  73. See "The Ruined Sliver" (2x104) from 35:55 through 39:43.
  74. See "Devoutness and Dicks" (2x107) from 1:22:40 through 1:24:45.
  75. Matthew Mercer confirmed that the Oath is a homebrew put together based on the themes Travis wanted to incorporate.
  76. See "Fair-weather Faith" (2x123) at 3:12:42.
  77. See "A Walk to Warmer Welcomes" (2x124) at 3:42:55.
  78. See "Long May He Reign" (2x140) at 4:25:25.
  79. See "Call of the Wild" (3x41) from 4:02:58 through 4:08:44.
  80. See "The Mighty Nein Reunion: Echoes of the Solstice" (Sx79) at 4:24:55.
  81. See "Hope Within History" (3x55) at 3:06:30.
  82. See "A Long Walk of Reflection" (3x62) at 2:24:11.
  83. See the Timeline for more details.
  84. See CR Cooldown | C3 E99 at 07:05 (subscription required).
  85. See "Downfall: Part Two" (3x100).[citation needed]


  1. Symbol of Melora from Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting.
  2. Symbol of Melora from Explorer's Guide to Wildemount by Claudio Pozas. (source)
  3. Official art of the Wildmother, by Hannah Friederichs and Cael Lyons (source). This file is a copyrighted work. Its use in this article is asserted to qualify as fair use of the material under United States copyright law.
  4. Fan art of the Wildmother, by Binky (source). Used with permission.
  5. Official art of Melora and Erathis, by Zuzanna Wuzyk @zuzartii (source). Artwork from Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn. Used DM response with permission.
  6. Fan art of Melora, the Wildmother, by Christian Thor Lally (source). Used with permission.
  7. Fan art of Caduceus Clay casting Commune, by Nikki Dawes (source). Used with permission.
  8. Fan art of The Wildmother, by @TheRileyOMalley (source). Used with permission.
  9. Fan art of Fjord's symbol of Melora, by Doug Myers (source). Used with permission.
  10. Fan art of Serataani blessing Orym's sword, by Lap Pun Cheung (source). Used with permission.
  11. Fan art of Fy'ra Rai, the chosen of Melora, by ElesirArt (source). Used with permission.