- Kynareth says: Use Nature's gifts wisely. Respect her power, and fear her fury. — Ten Commands: Nine Divines
Kynareth is the goddess of the heavens, the winds, the elements, and the unseen spirits of the air. She is a member of the Eight/Nine Divines and Patron of sailors and travelers. Kynareth is often invoked for auspicious stars at birth and for good fortune in daily life. In some legends, she is the first to agree to Lorkhan's divine plan to create the mortal plane, and provides the space in the void for its creation. Furthermore, she is associated with rain, a phenomenon that is said not to have occurred before the removal of Lorkhan's divine spark.
According to followers of the Divines, the Sky Goddess Kyne, worshipped by the Nords as the strongest of the Sky spirits and the widow of Shor, is the Nordic aspect of Kynareth. Rain is said to be Kyne's tears as she mourns the loss of her beloved Shor, since rain is believed not to have appeared until after his divine spark was forcibly removed. It is said Kyne gifted men with the thu'um so they could harness the language of the dragons and use its power to save themselves from the wrath of Alduin and the dragons. The Khajiiti aspect of Kynareth is the Goddess of the Winds, Khenarthi. Khenarthi acts as a psychopomp for faithful Khajiit.
Kynareth controls the famed Lord's Mail, also known as the Armor of Morihaus and the Gift of Kynareth. The Lord's Mail is known to have the power to regenerate the wearer's health, cure poisons, and grant resistance to magic. Many heroes have possessed the Gift over the years, including the Eternal Champion, the Agent, and the Nerevarine.
She also created the Boots of the Crusader for Pelinal Whitestrake to help him defeat Umaril the Unfeathered.
An emblem representing Kynareth
A shrine of Kynareth on Stros M'Kai (Redguard)
A shrine of Kynareth in the Great Forest (Oblivion)
A sigil of Kynareth (ESO)
The Boots of the Crusader (Oblivion)
The Lord's Mail (Skyrim Creation Club)
- ^ The Daggerfall Chronicles — Ronald Wartow
- ^ Dialogue in Morrowind
- ^ a b Varieties of Faith... — Brother Mikhael Karkuxor of the Imperial College
- ^ Famed Artifacts of Tamriel — Yagrum Bagarn