When the world was born, Smofarf gave it
magic. He bound the world together with it and taught the first wizards
how to shape it to aid them. When the time came, he brought the dwarves
to the world to master the greatest craft, spellcraft. Smofarf remains
the overseer of Habololy’s magic. It is his first priority.
The clerics of Smofarf are
sometimes indistinguishable from wizards. In fact, many are wizards as
well as clerics. Their duties are to preserve the sanctity of arcane
magic, to teach all creatures the best ways to interact with it, and to
ensure it is not abused. To the faithful of Smofarf, one of the greatest
abuses of magic is that of the Sorcerer. The faithful do not call for the
open execution of Sorcerers, but they do call on them not to openly use
their talents. Those that do not heed the warning are to be banished.
Smofarf’s first loyalty is to
magic, even over the other creators on the Counsil. His considerable
weight on the Counsil lies always in line with the decision of Habastly,
except in the rare instances where arcane magic would be harmed in some
way. The thorn that exists in the side of Smofarf is the Cult of
Drunnbar. Few religious wars can compare to those waged between the
faiths of Drunnbar and Smofarf. No quarter is ever asked or given.
Smofarf appears to his faithful
as a robust brown bearded dwarf of middle years. He has short hair and is
always garbed in heavy robes. His eyes appear in many colors, and his
clerics say that the color reflects the school of magic he is using.
A mountain circled by eight stars.
Magic, Dwarves, Wizards, Crafts
Plane of Existence:
Craft, Earth, Knowledge, Magic, Protection
Prayer Time: In the morning soon after waking up
Sacred Spell Feat (usable on arcane
spells)*; Clerics may take any feat that is normally only applicable to
arcane spells and apply it to divine spells and vise versa.
Back from the Dead:
Number of Faithful:
Brotherhood of Blast Mountain
Dogma: Mastering a
craft is the most important goal in life. Magic is the greatest craft of
all. Without the crafts, the world would be uncivilized and barbaric.
Only those who have wasted their life on trivial pursuits have to fear
Feast Day: 1st