MasToch, the Dwarven Flame

God of the bonfire, celebrations, the forge, smithing, craftsmanship and the harvest.

MasToch is the god of Ambition, the Forge, Light and Order. Mastoch is the patron god of the dwarves, he finds good in all their works and represents the honor bound society dwarves maintain. He encourages intelligence and pride in one’s work as well as the capacity for celebration.   The Bonfire is his altar, his holy days surround the harvest. While he favors dwarves, any who stand their morals in a sense not dissimilar from his own he favors them as well.

Divine Domains

Ambition, Forge, Light, Order

Divine Symbols & Sigils

A raging Bonfire.

Physical Description

General Physical Condition

Depicted as a Stout Dwarf around 2 times the size of a usual dwarf, his lustrous brown hair is braided into his long beard. He is usually seen wielding a large hammer in one hand and a half empty mug of ale in the other.

Social

Contacts & Relations

Firn, the Chilled Halfling: Without a solid home to inhabit and community to gather, there is no cause or capacity for celebration. After all, a man who celebrates alone is happy for only a moment. A community that celebrates together forms valuable memories that continue beyond them.   Chando Meywa, the Distant Locus: The Explorer gets a celebration on her return to the fold. Therein people seek to draw out the information she has returned with. Such things are grand days and celebrations.   Karan, the Spelunking Half-Elf: The Adventurer who returns has a grander party than the Explorer, for when the Adventurer returns, she has a tale to tell. The longer the tale, the more fraught with danger, the greater the enjoyment. For it is a memory shared, distilled and broken into pieces for her community.   MeyGana, Roar of the Sea: The Traders party when they reach a new port unscathed. Their knowledge is that their lives have ends that can come in the most abrupt fashions. From the unknown storm that creeps over and sinks them in the night, or the bandits that confront and slay them in the daylight.   The Raven Queen, Courier of Souls: The Queen offers celebration for those that have passed. A wake, for those now gone. A final understanding and memory to be made to remind the world of the reasons for their existence.   Plospryn, The Thaw of Spring: Plospryn is the maid, she has no need to be convinced of celebration. She follows all and celebrates everywhere, for the good in things is all she seeks out. And as such, it is all she finds.     Rahz-Pluoht, The Fiery Blade: The Warrior celebrates at the end of any day he is still living. He celebrates the end of every battle and the start of many. He does not despair of the endless war, but can enjoy the breaks from battle.   Garma, the Halfing of the Hearth: Garma has the quieter celebrations. The celebration of the night falling, similar to the warrior in that. However, he does not celebrate to excess, merely to represent and pay proper respect.   Rogalev, the Human Adventurer: Rogalev celebrates to understand and control celebration. He does so without heart or personal gain, moving only to represent his growth and increasing control of the ideal circumstances he seeks.   Armide, the Sun Spider: Armide does not celebrate. Especially since his fall and rise. He wastes away, merely taking his duties as they come and enforcing the rules he holds fast to. He broke himself and soured his capabilities.   Hextank, Ascendant: Hextank celebrates, but is quiet about his specifics. He celebrates similarly to many, including Rahz and even Karan, but restrains himself.

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