[Enter the Dream]
Druids are the priests of the wild. They draw their power directly from
the primal spirits of nature, rather than from the gods. It is neither
arcane or divine, and commonly thought of as "wild". Those who become
druids do so because they wish to feel rooted in time and their ancestry, to
feel a connection between the life-giving earth and the sky watching over
it. The druids draw their wisdom from their ancient ancestry much like how
a tree draws its nutrients through its roots in the earth.
A cornerstone of druids is their relationship with Acadia, the realm of the
dead. As it can bring great harm, they personally shun the use of metal.
Some druids are known to spend their lives peacefully in holy groves,
forests or burial sites that keep them near it. They are fond of stone
circles, crystals, trees, and revere nature.
There is no sacred book or scripture on druid principles. Druids simply
believe in the principle of energy flow, much like the monks, where one's
good or bad deeds will cause that energy to return. Consequently, druids
always walk closely to the neutral path - either in alignment or ethos, or
both. Although some choose to fight for their own reasons, druids are
tolerant of religious diversity.