Dwarf mythology begins with Mostal and Stone, primeval brothers. Mostal made crude images of himself, thus forming the Stone Mostali, who helped make better living images. These were the Lead Mostali, who helped make even finer attunements, and so on until the Octagony of Ancient Metals was formed. The eight Mostali races together made the ..
Mostali pantheon — the merchants Openhandist dwarfs are not afraid to deal with the outside world. Sometimes they do so by engaging in politics or taking slaves. Sometimes they trade peacefully with human neighbors. Openhandism helped lead the world into the Gbaji Wars, as openhandist dwarfs taught humans their secrets. There is no universal symbol ..
[OK-tah-MON-izm] Mostali pantheon — the ancient way During the second age many dwarfs saw how their own follies and heresies had led to the catastrophe of the Gbaji Wars. The Octamonists know that dwarfs cannot survive or repair the world by competing with younger races — they teach that dwarfs must leave the world behind ..
The maker, god of dwarfs Mostali pantheon Some of Mostal’s titles include Machine God, Keeper of the World Mill, and Master of Stone. Mostal is believed to be a son of the earth and mighty Acos, god of Law from the Celestial Court. From his father he inherited power over stone, which is sometimes called ..
Mostali pantheon Aldryami pantheon — an Elder god Maker is a primal dwarf concept. Along with Grower, Maker helped form the universe. Maker took the raw materials of the universe and arranged them into purposeful constructions. He assigned the world’s natural laws and built the Spike. He is sometimes confused with Mostal or the World ..
Mostali pantheon — the heresy of self-worth Individualism was founded during the Second Age by a dwarf later called Chark the Liberator, in response to the lethal results of Openhandism (another dwarf heresy) which culminated in the Gbaji Wars and dwarf civil war. These wars so disturbed Chark that he sought solace in religion and ..
Aldryami pantheon Mostali pantheon, Solar pantheons This is a collective term for a group of ancient deities, all of surpassing power, and all of whom are only vaguely understood by modern folk. see Glorantha, Gro..