The Fey Moth Queen.
Suitable for use with Dungeon Crawl Classics, D20 fantasy or any similar #OSR games. I hope this tribute does @TrueFeyQueen888 on Twitter justice as she is the inspiration. 😀
She as a moth about the size of a common sparrow with purple wings Upon closer glance, this diminutive, shimmering being has moth wings with colors to rival any regular moth. She is capable of growing up to 3′ tall or as small as to fit into a thimble at will.
In addition to her ornately patterned moth wings, she is a beautiful humanoid with antennae, shimmering silver hair under a golden tiara and a long, flowing purple dress. She usually sparkles in the light and emits a faint glow at night, similar to a firefly.
She is usually in good spirits and generally positive, especially if encountered in the woods. All of the animals and plants of the forest are her companions. She travels back and forth from the Fairy Realm at will and has many friends on the other side of the Veil as well.
Fey Moth Queen: Init +3; Atk Tiny sceptre +2 melee (dmg 1d4 plus sleep); AC 18; HD 4d6; HP 24; MV 40’ flight Walk/Run 20′; Act 1d20; SP pixie dust Sceptre (DC 15 Fort save on hit or sleep for 1d6 hours) Spells as a Wizard Level 5.; SV Fort +3, Ref +4, Will +2; AL N.
Like most Fey, the Moth Queen prefers spells that rely mostly on illusion. She would never cast anything that could destroy plants or wildlife. (Icky monsters notwithstanding.) Most of her magic will be directed at aiding herself or her consorts and anyone allied with her.
She is most often served by a cadre of 5 or more Pixie Bowmen as her consorts. She also enlists the aid of several purple pixie moths. She can also summon a giant purple pixie moth once per day to serve as a mount or protector.