Anael is one of Elua's Companions. He is known as the Good Steward and the Star of Love. He taught D'Angelines about growing crops and animal husbandry. Anael caused Elua's oak to sprout when he blew on an acorn Elua offered him. They planted the sprout together in the center of what would become the City of Elua. He founded the province L'Agnace in the heartland of Terre d'Ange. His priests and priestesses wear brown robes tied with a rope belt.
Scions of Anael often smell of apples. They are very skilled with plants. In the case of Moirin mac Fainche, they can talk to plants and help them grow.
Characters assocaited with AnaelEdit
In Moirin's TrilogyEdit
Phanuel Demarre- Priest of Naamah, father of Moirin, scion of Anael through his father
Moirin mac Fainche- Scion of Anael
- ↑ Naamah's Kiss, "Chapter 6" — "'Anael, also called the Star of Love and the Good Steward,'" Cillian read. "'He gave unto them many gifts of husbandry, and taught them to grow good things and care for the land.'"
- ↑ Kushiel's Dart, "Chapter 8" — Inland to the north of Siovale is L'Agnace, the grape-rich province of Anael, who is betimes called the Star of Love.
- ↑ Kushiel's Dart, "Chapter 61" — Of the Companions, Anael's gift was husbandry, and he taught much to mortals of the growing of good things and the care of the land.