Dead Power

Some articles on dead power:

Savras - Nonhuman Racial Deities - Dwarven Deities
... now a dead power) Dugmaren Brightmantle (L) God of scholarship, invention, discovery Dumathoin (I) "Keeper of the Secrets Under the Mountains" God of buried ... (now a dead power) Haela Brightaxe (D) Goddess of luck in battle, joy of battle, dwarven fighters ... (now a dead power) Laduguer (I) God of duergar, magic weapon creation, artisans, magic ...

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