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Moradin, The Allhammer is the lawful good deity of craft and creation. The Allhammer is worshiped by smiths, artisans, and miners alike, granting inspiration where respect and prayer are given. He shaped the mountains during the Founding, and stands as the patron of home and family.
Symbols and AppearanceEdit
By his worshipers he is depicted as a faceless, stout dwarf-like being of immense strength, hunched over clasping within his massive hands a flaming heart.
Places of Worship Edit
Many of the Allhammer's temples are located in the center of a mighty dwarven strongholds.
The Allhammer is one of the deities that is approved for worship within the Dwendalian Empire. In the northern side of Zadash's Pentamarket, there is a shrine dedicated to the Allhammer called the Hearth of the Allhammer. It is a domed iron structure that is slightly rusty due to lack of upkeep. Its interior has a large central forge and a beautiful heavy anvil with the symbol of the Allhammer on each of its sides. The anvil was used for both ceremonial worship and the crafting of religious artifacts. Three individuals manned the temple at any one time, two of which were keepers who watched outside of the entry arches leading into the temple. The third was the appointed herald of this temple, and was a female dwarf with dark brown hair that trailed off in three long braids past her midsection. Taking her place across from the entry arches to the temple, she wore a chain-mail robe that went past her knees.
Jester Lavorre defaced the central anvil of the Hearth of the Allhammer as a form of worship to her deity, the Traveler. She covered the central anvil on one side with large pink painted hearts, the words "The Traveler was here", a few brochures for the Traveler left under the offering bowl and on top of the anvil, and a few sprinkled sequins off of her glove.
Commandments of the Allhammer Edit
The followers of the Allhammer are most numerous in dwarven communities.
- His holy day is Deep Solace, on the eighteenth of Unndilar