When I went through my new deck I picked my favorite and least favorite card like we did with the original Froud Fae deck. And this was my favorite. I just love this card and her attitude!! LOL I sat down and talked to her while I was writing in my journal. She just talked and talked!
She told me to call her Lora of the Hunt.
I didn't understand "the hunt" part until she explained. I mean when I first look at her I see her as being a part of nature, plants and trees, more than an actual hunting animal thing. But this is how she explained it to me.
She is the white stag, the doe, the wild energy of nature, the natural world. She is the hunted, not the hunter. But hunt her at your own risk!
As she will not be caught and you will find yourself being led into something or somewhere you will not be prepared for....and will quite possibly not beable to find your way back!
At the same time if you see her and accept, not trying to hunt, she can show you, teach you, some her knowledge of the natural world! Show you how you can "hear" nature in all her beauty. But only if you accept what's given not trying to take more.
Because even hunting can be done with loving regard for nature. It's only when you try to take a life that's not freely given that you run into trouble. When you can tell the difference between an animal that is prepared to be hunted vs. one who says no, she will be there to help not lead you into trouble!