Mindoriel, The First Daughter

The first daughter of Minera was Mindoriel. She rose from the sea in tears much as her mother did in her earliest days. The tears of Mindoriel left great and beautiful canyons and rivers across her and she was a fertile and green land. Though when Glanion sent Glancalnos to join his siblings in joy, the primal fire landed upon Mindoriel and scorched her barren. This hurt Mindoriel greatly though she did not let it completely jade her. That came in time from Tharador revealing his hidden children, her uncovering of their children and the war she fought to liberate the children they had created from a tormenting cycle of constant life and death.

Mindoriel endured punishment and desperation in the war; a crusade for her beliefs that what Tharador and his children were doing was an evil. She committed her own evils to combat them, creating Myrothlir who raised the dead of the Elves and Goliaths and used them as their own soldiers in battle. So too did she create her own pawns, empty husk-like beings that she puppeteered that would come to be knownas orcs. The war was long and ended abruptly as both sides continued their own desperate measures against each other.

The mortals of Tharador had become powerful in Breath and war, so Mindoriel loosed upon them her child of Nosmarka, infused with the body of Glancalonos, this creation would cover swathes of Tharador in flames in seconds. Though the screams of fire were heard by Glanion who intervened to protect his only son, emitting an enormous sun beam against Mindoriel and severing her from Tharador.

Minera woke to her cries and became privy to the devastation. Seeing Mindoriel as the aggressor, she took her daughter, drowned her and then froze her at the world’s end where she has remained ever since. Mindoriel is still seen as a deity to many greater beings. Demons, devils, dragons and many other wicked creatures worship her for her wish of eradicating mortals.


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This product was designed by Dungeon Master Stash and is part of their April 2022 pack, Divine Awakening. They are a group of very talented artists who create high-quality tabletop miniatures and campaign materials.

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 3.0 × 3.0 × 3.0 cm
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