Gundrin Borgsten, The Holy Hunter
Gundrin Borgsten, The Holy Hunter
Dwarves of Dornat Al Karit have a reserved attitude towards Temples and donations. In older times tithes were set in place to ensure the upkeep of all places of worship though the law was abolished during a time of great economic peril in the Second Era when trade with both Nan Thalias and Baldur halted due to the kingdoms being locked in war with each other. Since then the law was never reinstated and places of worship have run at a bare minimum funding.
Renmaeth’s Temples are where Gundrin was raised, spending several years in each temple across the kingdom until his beard was fully grown and he was instated as a Paladin of Renmaeth. In Dwarvish Culture she is not depicted as the loveable dancing Faun that Elves and Humans see her as, but instead a great and powerful goddess of muscle and metal that carved away the mountains with her bare hands and bore the Dwarves from them. Thus she is one of the more revered of the Tharameni, yet still underfunded.
After several decades as a Paladin subsisting on meager foods in uncomfortable stone beds, Gundrin was told his upkeep could no longer be afforded by any of Renmaeth’s Temples. Dejected, he trotted the streets of Sharprahk, ready to throw himself into the belly of the Endless Forge, yet his leap was stayed by a hunter of the Ek Viriktar. The hunter talked him down, offering Gundrin employment in the organisation, to which the hunter gladly took. Now he still honours his patron, ensuring her creations are kept in check and balanced and often ensuring that the parties he hunts with are never excessive in their methods to the point they might destroy nature or upset the world’s natural order.
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