Myrothlir, Harbinger of Undeath

Foul looks meet anyone who mentions the name Myrothlir in good company. The dark undead deity is reviled by all mortals and even those in the furthest reaches of continents far from Tharador know of the treachery of this dark divine. A shrouded figure with a barren face, Myrothlir’s visage imparts the most primal fears to any who gaze upon it, for those who do are likely to become his puppets soon after.

Myrothlir saw the creation of vampires in Almenhier and his brethren, using them as pawns and commanders in his campaign against the First Elves. When Myrothlir first perished to the great wields of Breath against him his connection to all the Felanhier was severed and they retreated, hiding in different corners of Tharador and Mindoriel to escape his wrath should he return.

When he did return he had little need for them, the dead of the elves was numerous from the wars they had fought amongst themselves and quickly he rebuilt an army of ten-thousand to march upon the new elven lands. When their march went awry and Mindoriel was severed from Tharador, Myrothlir used his powers to resurrect his fallen siblings who were drowned or burned by Glanion’s great sun beam. From this he devised to plan to continue sowing disarray into the mortals of Tharador and to thaw Mindoriel for her return when Tharador was at its weakest.


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Myrothlir, Harbinger of Undeath


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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