The Brathmordakin

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The Brathmordakin are a pantheon of gods, the divine rulers of the dwarven race. There are seven dwarven gods with Yemekar, the creator, as the strongest and the de facto leader. The other gods are a collection of six aenguls and daemons. The reason dwarves worship a god is to secure a place for their souls in the afterlife. When a dwarf dies, his soul travels to Dungrimm’s keep on the moon where it is auctioned off to the god who bids the highest for it. A dwarf that has faithfully served their god in life will have a much greater chance of bought by and serving that god in the afterlife.

The Da Kirkja Dverga or the dwarven clergy is the guild in dwarven society which focuses on worship of the Brathmordakin.

Dwarven Creation Story

Before anything, there was nothing. The only thing that could be described by today’s standards was the Void. The world was a vast emptiness that we can only barely describe. Yet within nothing, there was still him, slumbering away the ages. He is not something that any mortal can hope to truly comprehend. His existence is beyond what our minds were created to understand. He is called many different names, and is interpreted in many different aspects of what we understand. Few know who he really is, and of these few, only the dwarves know. He is Yemekar, The Creator, The Smith. One day, as The Creator, known to the dwarves as Yemekar, looked out into the void he said to himself “I will create a world, forging it with the four aspects along with those who will populate it” So, Yemekar went to his forge and began to build. Using the divine materials of the elements, he went about forging the world and the heavens. As he forged, more and more power flowed into his eternal smithy.

The stars began to shine brighter, the world of Aegis began to bud into life, as animals came forth. When he finally completed all his grand works he looked upon it and felt it to be empty of true life, it rested in the void longing of beings of his likeness to work it, to live in it, and to praise him of such works of awe and splendor. To think beyond the instinct of a feral beast. And so, his mighty forge ringing with new found zeal, he began to craft again, making those beings that would shape the world. The forging took many millennia, the power of his forge being so strong that the very things used within it became. From his anvil flew sparks, sparks that grew into flames where they struck and from these sparks to living creatures, creatures made of the power of the forge’s flame. Lesser gods in themselves, these were known as Daemons. As he cooled his creations in the water, a great steam arose. The power of the forge was in the steam as well and it condensed, growing to pools that turned to yet more lesser gods. These gods were the Aenguls. These Daemons and Aenguls became the rest of the Brathmordakin, the gods of all creation.

But, Yemekar’s forging was incomplete. He had not yet made creatures to inhabit the world. So, he continued to forge, the Brathmordakin at his side. The first creature he made was too rough, too harsh, unbreakable but unlike to Yemekar. This was the first of the orkos. Without destroying his creation, he placed the ork, Krug, into the harsh deserts of Aegis, where it was too rough and uninhabitable for other beings to live. Yemekar, seeing his first creation to be too rough went to craft a fairer being. However, he overcompensated for his previous mistake and the next that was born was the first of the elgus, Malin, soft and fair yet never dulling in shine, lasting ages. They, unlike the orkos were not violent, yet overly passive, and unwilling to act in the name of their creator. Their lives would last so long that they would surely grow tired of the world he had created for them. So he chose that the best place for them would be amongst the great forests of Aegis, where they would soon become entrapped and imprisoned by the dense foliage as it grew around them. So, continuing on with his pursuit to create a creature like himself to roam the world, he returned to his anvil once more and crafted a new being. Worried of creating a creature too strong or too long lasting he made one weaker, but bearing less of an effeminate appearance. As a solution to the deformity of the elgus, he had them grow great beards and fancy moustaches, as a display of their masculinity. These beings, he named the umros, the first of them being Horen. However, they were far too brittle for his liking, simple and uninteresting beings. Furthermore, they were prone to shave and remove the beards he had gifted them with. So he cast them upon plains and grassland, where their lives were so short that they would surely all die out in time. Finally, the creator forged from the earth, a being, strong, wise and hearty, capable of a life long enough to experience the full greatness of the world he had created. Though tough and built for battle, they were not so mindless as the orkos. Bearing beards and facial hair, even greater and stronger than that of the umros, they were truly crafted in his image. He named these the dwedmar, the favoured of all the races he had created, the first of their kind named Urguan. He found for them, the finest and most visually pleasing of the lands he had built. Here, amongst great mountains and valleys, he allowed the dwedmar to build a home.

The forging of the perfect race had not come without cost however. Through time, his creations would surely war and fight amongst one another. So Yemekar, in his divine righteousness, bestowed upon the dwedmar a purpose to which they and their ancestors were to serve. Though the orkos, umros and elgus were not the beings he had intended to create, he looked upon them mercifully. For if any one of his creations were to outdo the other, the delicate balance of the world he had created would over time, collapse into ruin. The prosperity of one of his creations would surely lead towards the suffering of another. So he spoke to Urguan and asked that if any of his creations were to prove a threat to another, the dwedmar would intervene. For all eternity, they would act as the guardians of the balance that had existed from the start of time. So Urguan agreed to Yemekar’s wish and for years the four races continued to grow, forging mighty kingdoms upon the face of Aegis. For a time, the kingdoms were at peace, prosperous and bountiful. But, this peace was not to last.

There was one amongst the Brathmordakin, a Daemon of ambition, one whose light had grown dark before he grew to life grew yet darker. Corrupt and evil, the Daemon Khorvad sought to take greater power for himself. Looking upon the creation of Yemekar, he saw the four races and thought to himself to take them for himself, thus becoming their God. Descending upon the world, he began to speak whispers into the ears of Krug, Malin, Horen, and Urguan. To Krug, he whispered words of war and bloodshed. Krug accepted this readily, ever hungry for such things. To Malin, thoughts of the forest filled with his children, a secret wish of the elven father. Horen, growing old, was promised long life to see his creations completed. All three fell to these temptations. Only Urguan, filled with honor and in likeness to his father, Yemekar, ignored the whispers of Khorvad. Angered by the stubbornness of Urguan, Khorvad flew over the skies of Aegis, showing his true form, a being of smoke, fire, and shadow. The other brothers, seeing his form, rallied with Urguan to fight this horror.

The war waged for years, Khorvad using his power to raise the dead to his cause until finally, the brothers met with him in combat. Krug rashly charged in towards him but, due to being the brother most corrupted by Khorvad, he was changed, his skin growing a sickly green, tusks protruding from his mouth. But even this could not stop Krug’s bloodlust. Khorvad had made his hunger for battle too great and he would not stop now. The other brothers joined in, Urguan’s hammer blazing a trail of light, Horen’s sword swinging strong in hand, and the arrows of Malin streaking through the night. The battle was fierce, and in the end, the brother’s and their armies succeeded, driving Khorvad to the void. In his last shout, the evil Daemon lay a curse upon each of the brothers. Krug’s curse, beyond what he had, was to be forever at war with his brothers, especially Urguan who had been the strongest against Khorvad. Malin was cursed to have a womb closed, his children few. Horen, cursed with short life, grew frail and bent on the spot. To Urguan finally, Khorvad cursed with short stature. Yet as Khorvad was finally sealed, the Aengul Anbella, wife of Yemekar, came to the brothers, giving blessings to them all. To Krug she granted strength. To Malin, peace in the forests. To Horen, the promise of one day exploring the Seven Skies. Finally to Urguan was granted hardiness and strong mind and the heart to fight evil.

Deities

Yemekar, The Maker

Symbol: Hammer & Anvil

Alignment: Lawful Good

Species: Creator

Portfolio: Creation, balance, leader, smithing, protection, metalwork, stonework, fire

Yemekar is the father and creator of the dwarven race. Honor him by emulating his principles and workmanship in smithing, stoneworking and other tasks. Wisdom is derived from life and tempered with experience. Advance the dwarven race in all areas of life. Innovate with new processes and skills. Found new kingdoms and clan lands, defending the existing ones from all threats. Lead the dwarves in the traditions laid down by The Maker. Honor your clan leaders as you honor Yemekar.

Anbella, Hearth Mother

Symbol: Two Silver Rings

Alignment: Lawful Good

Species: Aengul

Portfolio: Safety, honesty, home, healing, marriage, family, fertility, records, oaths, water, nature, peace

Anbella is the wife of Yemekar. Just as dwarven souls are forged on Yemekar's Ruhn-Anvil, they are ever warmed and nurtured by the loving embrace of the Hearth Mother. Tend to hearth, home, and land, drawing strength and safety from truth, tradition and the rule of law. Join with friends, kin and clan in common purpose. Do not succumb to the misery of greed or the evils of strife, but always bring hope. health and cheer to those in need. Once an oath is made, Anbella watches over its keeping - to break it is to wound her sorely. Children must be cherished and guarded well from harm, for they are the future of all dwarvenkind.

Dungrimm, Guardian of The Dead

Symbol: An Iron Mask

Alignment: Lawful Good

Species: Daemon

Portfolio: Battle, valor, bravery, honor, defense, the dead, the moon

The finest hours of dwarven kind come in the thrusts and feints of war. Seize the opportunity to defend your kin and ensure their victory when conflict erupts. Revel in the challenge of a good fight and never waiver in the face of adversity, no matter how ominous. Lives should never be thrown away foolishly, but the greatest honor is to sacrifice oneself for the cause of the field of battle in service to a righteous cause. Honor the dead and death itself and keep the places of the dead inviolate and well tended; the noble ancestors of our race will neither be robbed nor moved through the actions of thieves and defilers. Abide not undead creatures, especially those that take the form of dwarves, thus mocking the creation of Yemekar.

Belka, Lady of Passion

Symbol: A Lightning Bolt

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Species: Daemon

Portfolio: Love, romance, youth, dancing, courtship, explorers, travellers, seduction, lightning

Be merciful in speech and deed. Temper your anger and hostility with constructive and charitable endeavor. The children of the dwarves must live in safety and propagate. Love with a fiery passion. Embrace the gift of life with courtship and marriage. Belka restores the fertile seed of dwarven life, while Anbella protects the fruit.

Ogradhad, The Lore Master

Symbol: An Open Book

Alignment: Neutral

Species: Aengul

Portfolio: Scholarship, invention, discovery, knowledge, magic

The secrets of the world are waiting to be discovered. Travel widely, broaden your mind at every opportunity, and pursue the life of a scholar. Cultivate the spirit of intrigue among the young and be teachers to all. Seek to recover lost and arcane knowledge of ages past and apply it to the world today. Try new methods of doing things just for the joy of experimenting. Learn a little of everything, for you never know what might be of use to you down the road.

Armakak, Merchant Father

Symbol: A Gold Coin

Alignment: Neutral

Species: Aengul

Portfolio: Wealth, luck, chance, negotiation, merchants, cleverness, the sun

The truly blessed are those whose enterprise and zeal brings both wealth and good luck. Work hard, be clever, seek the best bargain and the Merchant Father will shower you with gold. Treat others with respect, but shirk not your responsibility to try and strike a better deal for you and for them.

Grimdugan, Lord of Avarice

Symbol: Obsidian Dagger

Alignment: Chaotic Neutral

Species: Daemon

Portfolio: Greed, money, merchant, thieves, shadow

The wealth of the world was created for those dwarves crafty enough to capture it by any means necessary. Revel in the possession of all wealth that shines or sparkles, for its form was meant to bring you pleasure. Greed is good, for it motivates the possession and holding of all that is precious. Do not seize wealth from the children of the Brathmordakin however, nor conspire against the favored of Grimdugan, for strife in the name of avarice weakens the clan.

Fallen Deities

Khorvad, Lord of Darkness

Symbol: An Eye

Alignment: Chaotic Evil

Species: Daemon

Portfolio: Undead, chaos, disease, hatred, anger, temptation, misfortune

Formerly known as the god of ambition, Khorvad was once said to have held a seat among the council of the Brathmordakin, albeit his true history is lost within the winding trails of time. It is known that in his thirst for power, he betrayed Yemekar and became a longstanding enemy of the Brathmordakin. It is said the it is he who was responsible for the undead attacks on Aegis and his name is often used synonymously with the archdaemon, Iblees. However, there is still some dispute as to whether Khorvad and Iblees are one and the same.

Paragons

The greatest of the mortal dwarves, and the overseers of Khaz'A'Dentrumm. The Paragons are great kings and lords of the dwarves, famed for their great deeds and honorable actions. Should a dwarf serve his people with great honor and duty, and revere his patron above all else, he has the chance to become a Paragon. The Paragons form the Iron Council, which oversees the day to day duties of their patron god.

Urguan, The Father

Patron: Yemekar

Symbol: The Mountain

Alignment: Lawful Good

Known as the first dwarf and father of all dwarves. He defeated Khorvad with the help of Malin, Krug and Horen. the first dwarven city is built by him and named after him. Urguan was known for his great honor and respect during war times. This great dwarf showed respect for his enemies and abided by honorable warfare. In return, many of his enemies showed respect in return. Urguan is the greatest dwarf ever known as well as becoming the first paragon.

Yudora, The Hearth Mother

Patron: Anbella

Symbol: Runic symbol for Water

Alignment: Neutral Good

Mother of Urguan’s sons, and paragon of Birth. This woman was the first mother of the dwarven kin and the first female dwarf. Some say she was the only person Urguan ever feared, even in all his might and glory. She fought like a beast and drank like a monster. She was the most respected female dwarf of her time.

The following three Paragons are known as 'The Three', who defeated Khorvad in Aegis.

Urir Ireheart, Bane of the Undead

Patron: Dungrimm

Symbol: Runic symbol for Fire

Alignment: Chaotic Good

The destroyer of the undead scourge. Nearing the end of times in Aegis, a group of brave warriors ventured into the Nether to have one final strike against the undead. Urir was of this group, fighting his way into the undead taint. At the end of the journey into the nether, Urir reached the legendary Axe of Krug. This was the only thing keeping the undead to this world. Sacrificing everything, Urir grabbed the axe and cast himself into the infernal pit of lava, not knowing if his soul would even pass on to the next. Such a great act of selflessness ascended this dwarf to a godly paragon.

Kjell Ireheart, The Emperor Dragon Slayer

Patron: Dungrimm

Symbol: Golden Lightning Bolt

Alignment: Chaotic Good

The Paragon of Dragon Slaying, Kjell has been dubbed Paragon due to his achievement in slaying the six black Dragons, killing most with the legion, thus far known as the black scaled sons of the evil Daemon Khorvad. Kjell is also renowned for leading the Dwarves into wars against the orcish hordes and the conquering of Alras, which in turn created the first Empire of Urguan, with Kjell as its Emperor.

Valen Grandaxe, The Wordsmith

Patron: Ogradhad

Symbol: A Parchment and Quill

Alignment: Lawful Good

One of the wisest and most dedicated dwarves known to the kingdom. Valen was a dwarf who many aspired to live up to, his unending loyalty to the Kingdom inspiring many. By his own hand wars ended, alliances formed, and the nation prospered. Valen brought to the dwarves the first ever human-dwarf alliance, an end to the war with Krugmar, and his skills as a Commander during the Great War. Valen Grandaxe was also one of the great Champions who entered the nether to challenge Khorvad's scourge and survived to tell the tale. Not only did he reach these achievements, he brought the Kingdom back to its full strength and played an important part in the creation of the Articles of Urguan.

Thorik Grandaxe, King of Kings

Patron: Yemekar

Symbol: A Crown

Alignment: Lawful Good

Thorik was among the most renowned dwarves of his time, famous for founding the Grand Kingdom of Urguan and leading the dwarven race into an era of military and economic dominance. Feared on the battlefield for his prowess in axe mastery, as well as his skills as a tactician, he led the kingdom through the Great War of Aegis, forcing the orcs and their elven allies into a peace treaty. During the numerous conflicts with the Ascended, he paved the way for the dwarves to once again worship the Brathmordakin. Upon his return to his dwarven kin, he redeveloped a new system of leadership that has inspired governance to this day.

Omithiel Strongbrow, The Builder

Patron: Yemekar

Symbol: A Stone Mason's Hammer

Alignment: Neutral Good

Omithiel Strongbrow was famed among his dwarven kin as one of the most diligent and humble rulers in the nation's history. A dwarf who often shied away from conflict unless it was absolutely necessary, he was renowned for his prowess in the art of stonecraft, working tirelessly beneath the reigns of numerous kings until his death. He led a successful reign as Grand King from which he mediated the various conflicting interests of the bickering dwarven clans and defeated the orcish War Uzg, as a credible threat to the nation's territory. He was also known as a humble dwarf, descending from low-born birth, who never boasted of his exploits, despite there being many. For this, he was considered an exemplary role model for dwarves everywhere.

Hiebe Irongut, The Father of Mages

Patron: Ogradhad

Symbol: A Tome

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Hiebe Irongut, a dwarf of the 1st century, forged the beginnings of the powerful dwarven mages. Through his dedication to the dwarven people he was seen through his constant work as a warrior, advisor, and even as king. His ability as a mage was outright one of the most powerful in terms of fire and water. He taught many students and passed his knowledge and wisdom to many of all races. Hiebe Irongut was a leading figure amongst the dwarven people throughout his over a millennium years of service until finally he passed away during the Third Grand Kingdom of Urguan. Outside of his service to the Kingdom he was known as one of the most skilled Clan Fathers, maintaining the Ironguts position as one of the most skilled Clan Fathers, maintaining the Ironguts position as one of the three most prominent Clans with numerous Kings.

Thorin Grandaxe, Yemekar's Fist

Patron: Yemekar

Symbol: An Iron Fist

Alignment: Chaotic Good

At the height of his reign, Thorin ruled over the Kingdom of Oren, the Kingdom of Savoie, the Kingdom of Adunia, the Kingdom of Salvus, the Kingdom of Ruska, the Kharajyr and the Pirate's Cove. The mighty dwarf Thorin created the sacred Obsidian Throne on which every dwarvish king since has sat upon. He destroyed the Alpha Dragon of the North and successfully commanded the Legion during his time, never losing any of his battles. During Thorin's reign he filled the bellies of starving dwarves by solving the famine problem. Even so, many people did not like Thorin Grandaxe as their ruler. Vaerhaven rebelled against the Grand Kingdom of Urguan. Though having to crush the Vaerhaven rebellion, he increased the kingdom's coffers and brought the dwarvish religion into the human realms.

Igor Ireheart, The Purifier

Patron: Dungrimm

Symbol: A Hammer and Ice Shard

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Igor Ireheart, son of Paragon Kjell Ireheart. Known as a dedicated Commander in the Legion, as Clan Father of the Stormhammers and as a Lord of the Kingdom of Urguan. When the final battle with Ondnarch drew close, Igor was given the task of meeting him in combat with the Hammer of Barradin as his weapon. Igor lost his life in the immense duel, but also freed the Aengul Wyrvun by defeating Ondnarch, his corrupted form. Igor is often known as "Igor the Purifier."

Indago Stormhammer, The Faithful

Patron: Anbella

Symbol: An Inked Feather

Alignment: Lawful Good

Indago was a Dwarf all Dwarves could look up to. During his lifetime he boasted many accomplishments including having a personal experience with the Brathmordakin, reforming the Clergy to the functional system we follow today, leading the Grand Kingdom of Urguan successfully through a tumultuous war with Oren, and building the Dwarven capital of Kal’Ithrun where all Dwarves lived in Anthos after Kal’Azgoth was overtaken by Odnarch. Despite his many successes, Indago remained a humble and friendly Dwarf, always willing to put his own interests aside for the interests of others. For these reasons and many more it is only appropriate that Indago be recognized as a Paragon, a light for all Dwarves to follow.

Gotrek Starbreaker, The Apprentice

Patron: Yemekar

Symbol: A Cracked Anvil

Alignment: Lawful Good

Father of the Starbreakers he was one of the first dwarves Apprenticed to Yemekar, and one of his star pupils, the first to learn the knowledge of Runesmithing, eventually developing the art of Golem Smithing and passing these arts on to his children.

Tungdil Goldhand, The First Merchant

Patron: Armakak

Symbol: A Golden Hand

Alignment: True Neutral

Father of the Goldhands, he was one of the first Dwarves to a build a merchant empire and get rich doing so. It has been said that his bargaining prowess was unmatched and he could get the best deal out of anyone, be he Dwarf or not. Tungdil made his wealth by approaching skilled craftsmen and workers directly, whether it was deep in the mines or in the heat of the forges. He then bought their products in bulk for a reduced price and then would deliver these products to his easily accessible stalls where he sold the goods for a profit. He served as a facilitator and a middleman and made vast amounts of wealth in the process.

Bogrin Grandaxe, Master of the Axe

Patron: Dungrimm

Symbol: A single, double-edged Axe

Alignment: Lawful Good

Father of the Grandaxes, one of the sons of Urguan and the Paragon for the Grandaxes. Bogrin was one of the first Dwarves who fought with an axe and he was known for his fierce aggression on the battlefield. He is also known as the first axe master, what also gave him his name.

Bjor Cottonwood, the Reformer

Patron: Anbella

Symbol: A Carrot

Alignment: Neutral Good

Heroes

The Hall of Heroes; a selection of dwarves folk who are deemed "legendary" among their people, but who have not performed feats worthy of being made a Paragon. These dwarves can be chosen because of their role in society, political endeavors, or even for just being notably courageous, kind, or for having other personality traits of that manner.

Dwain Irongut, Master of Food and Mine

Patron: Anbella

Symbol: Blue Cup with a Pickaxe

Alignment: Lawful Neutral

Father of the Ironguts, known for his love of leisure, he was a heavy drinker, a lover of all things food, and an avid fisherman. Some of his descendants have showed his love for food, the best example of that of course being King Algrim the Fat and his love of fishing, represented by King Belin the Peaceful. Dwain was rumored to be married to a Anguel. His children and those after them are known to have the blood of gods within them. Dwain lived a full life full of merriment and a bit of riches, enough to sustain himself and his dwellings. Dwain was not known for his prowess in combat, but is known for his blade, which he used only a handful of times. Mourgil, rumoured to have the first blade Yemekar bestowed upon his children when they were taught the art of the smithy, and although slightly misshapen, it induces a source of ferocity believed to be unmatched. His current remains and sword are with his Great-Grandson Hiebe Irongut, stored in the form of ashes with the rest of past family members.

Barradin, the Unbroken

Patron: Dungrimm

Symbol: A Warhammer

Alignment: Lawful Good

[WIP]

Simmpa, the Liberator

Patron: Yemekar

Symbol: A Snowcapped Mountain

Alignment: Neutral Good

[WIP]

Morgrim Grandaxe, The Paladin

Patron: Dungrimm

Symbol: A Hammer and Open Book

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Morgrim Grandaxe, son of Paragon Valen Grandaxe, father of Grand King Wulfgar Grandaxe. A pious dwarf who translated Scriberfolk runes in an attempt to locate the Hammer of Barradin. His search led him to the very location of the Hammer of Barradin, where his body was found before he could ever reach the hammer itself.

Dreek Ireheart

[WIP]

Bazian Grandaxe, the Grudgebearer

Patron: Dungrimm

Symbol: A Book and Axe

Alignment: Neutral

[WIP]

Vorstag Ireheart, the Reclaimer

Patron: Dungrimm

Symbol: A Gilded Hammer

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Vorstag, whilst controversial, was a long serving dwarven politician and twice crowned King. Known for leading his people into battle, he served as Marshal during the reclaimation of Kal'Agnar and upon second ascension was gifted the legendary 'Liberation,' a warhammer forged by the old dwed. He died after successfully reclaiming the armor of Urguan from the corrupted Urir Ireheart and his minion, Dungrimm's Bane.

Dutesli Treebeard, the Devout

Patron: Anbella

Symbol: A Heart Covered by Vines

Alignment: Lawfully Good

Dutesli Treebeard youngest daughter of Ozneat Treebeard, was once the proud defender of the faith, she mothered hundreds of thousands of her kin into the warm loving arms of Anbella, teaching and defending her followers, living her life by the Brathmordakin. She once lead the Clergy of the Dwarves when no one else would, keeping it alive and safe, devoting effort and time into the belief she loved, caring and loving to all that followed it.

Other Core Beliefs of the Brathmordakin

Auction of the Dead

When a Dwarf dies, he travel to Khaz'A'Dentrumm, the Halls of the Dead. There, the Brathmordakin bids for the Dwarf's soul. A Dwarf has a higher chance of being auctioned to a specific god based on his service to said god in life.

Sanctity of the Beard

A Dwarf's beard is a gift from the Brathmordakin. It should be groomed and well cared for at all times.

Yemekar's Balance

Dwarven religion instructs them that they are to be the keepers of balance throughout the realm, as said by Yemekar, the creator. This is interpreted in many different ways, ranging from a reason to stay at peace, to a reason to go to war.

Sanctity of the Dwarven Race

The dwarven race has been created in the image of Yemmekar and has been chosen by the all maker himself. Because of this killing a dwarf is the gravest sin one could commit against dwarvenkind. A dwarf that kills another dwarf losses the sanctity given to him/her by Yemmekar and is hence not a dwarf any more. For this reason a dwarf that has murdered another dwarf is able to be killed by another dwarf. If a dwarf kills another dwarf in self defense he should repent and ask for forgiveness to the Brathmordakin and the dwarves, but he/she should not be killed or tortured for something that was out of their hands.


Written by: The Dwarven Clergy

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