|Tittler||Father of Creation; Father of Dwarvenkind|
|Hjem||Heaven: Torag's Domain|
|Portfolio||Forge, protection, strategy|
|Domains||Artifice, Earth, Good, Law, Protection|
|Subdomains||Archon, Caves, Construct, Defense, Metal, Toil|
|Roller har kunnskap om Torag ut i fra ranks i Knowledge (Religion). Troende av Torag har ett nivå mer kunnskap om Torag en de som følger andre guder/religioner. Prester, Paladiner og andre geistlige har to nivå mer kunnskap en andre. for eksempel en prest av Torag med 3 ranks i Knowledge(Religion) har kunnskap til rank 7.|
Rank 0 - Nivå 1
Torag (pronounced TORR-awg) is a stoic and serious god who values honor, planning and well-made steel. He is an often distant deity, lending magical power to his clerics, but leaving his followers to make their own way through life, knowing that this will make them strong and determined. 
Rank 1 - Nivå 2
The dwarves believe that Torag created the world at his great forge, striking it again and again with his hammer to get the shape he desired. As the rocks tumbled and the sparks flew, the dwarves were born, made of stone with bellies full of fire.
Rank 3 - Nivå 3
Utseende til Guden
Torag appears as a powerful and cunning dwarf, busy at his forge hammering out a weapon or shield. Art shows him as a stereotypical dwarf in intricate armor and carrying his warhammer Kaglemros (“forger of many weapons”).
Hellige Tekster, Rank 5
His herald is the Grand Defender, a creature resembling a Huge, dwarf-shaped iron golem with a hammer and shield, known for casting off its outer layer of armor whenever “killed,” only to reveal a smaller set underneath (it may be nothing but layers and layers of armor).
Relasjoner til andre Guder
Torag cares little for destructive and aggressive deities, having battled them and their minions since the dawn of the world. The cult of Rovagug is particularly hated, for his spawn have long seethed and squirmed in the deeper corners of the earth. Yet despite this loathing of the Rough Beast, Torag’s followers do not get on well with Rovagug’s nemesis Sarenrae, as her worshipers’ willingness to forgive and their devotion to the sun seem to many underground-dwelling dwarves an indication of weakness. Torag respects Abadar and is friendly with Cayden Cailean and Iomedae.
Troende og Geistlige, Rank 3
Torag’s followers take their responsibilities seriously and usually are working over one or two problems at any particular time. They can be patronizingly parental or bark at their underlings about how a careless act could endanger everyone.
Nearly half his clerics are dwarves, and although a great many humans have taken up his call, they only outnumber the dwarves because humans breed faster and are more populous than the dwarven race. Among dwarves, almost all of his priests are clerics, with perhaps 10 percent being paladins or dwarven defenders.
Worship services take place at the central forge, usually with other priests assisting at the anvils. Services consist of long chants punctuated with hammers and bellows, and most result in the creation of one or more metal items.
Kirken av Torag, Rank 3
The church is organized like a defensive army, with officers and a clear chain of command.
Tegn i fra Guden
Torag shows he is pleased through ref lections of his face on polished metal, preparations happening smoothly and ahead of schedule, and finding mushrooms or fragments of stone that exactly match the shape of his hammer. He sometimes sends messages through the appearance of cryptic riddles that appear on stone surfaces for a short period of time. When he is angered, forges grow cold, shields crack, and even the simplest plan carries a feeling of dread. Earthquakes (whether localized or expansive) are the ultimate indication of his displeasure, but those who survive a deadly quake are considered blessed.
Although Torag and his followers generally disdain lavish holidays based on any deistic mythology, preferring instead to take moments from the day for more personal and directed prayers, they offer him praise and sacrifice bullocks to him on the anniversaries of significant and successful battles. These sacrifices are accompanied by copious quantities of ale and meat, odes sung to the victorious heroes, the gifting of rings and other well-forged items to the worthy, and solemn poems memorializing the fallen.
Rank 5 - Nivå 4
His most frequently summoned servitors are Ambassador Zurin (an azer noble), Hrilga Shield-Maiden (a celestial dwarf werebear), and Stoneriver (a bulette who can burrow through lava as well as earth).
Kirken av Torag, Rank 5
Among his human worshipers in the Ulfen lands, his priesthood is almost completely clerical, while a handful of adepts in poorer villages direct prayers to him for protection; human paladins of Torag are essentially unheard of. Priests create and maintain the armor and weapons of the faithful, build defenses for their settlements, and instruct militias in the use of weaponry for proper civil defense. Every priest has at least a small amount of training in some kind of smithing, as well as Knowledge (architecture) to better construct defenses and Knowledge (history) to learn the battle tactics of famous leaders.
Troende og Geistlige, Rank 5
Torag’s followers take their responsibilities seriously and usually are working over one or two problems at any particular time. They can be patronizingly parental or bark at their underlings about how a careless act could endanger everyone. In the company of others of their faith they are more relaxed. They don’t like being idle and usually have some small crafting project with them at all times just to keep their hands busy, such as braiding cord into thicker strands or examining a bag of crossbow bolt heads for flawed specimens to reforge.
Formal dress for the clergy is a work-worn, heavy leather, kneelength smithing apron, often with a large blacksmith’s hammer. Rings are common and often traded among the faith to show friendship, debt, or allegiance.
He is the consummate planner, with a contingency for nearly every situation. Torag loves the dwarven race (and, grudgingly, his nondwarven worshipers), but he is like a distant father-figure who shows little of the affection he feels for his children because he knows life is a hard journey and he wants them to grow up strong, determined, and competent. 
Templer og Helligdommer
Temples tend to be circular, built around a large central and fully-functional forge and satellite anvils used for even mundane tasks, for every act of smelting and smithing is considered a prayer to Torag. Because of the early morning noise from prayer-work, it is almost impossible to sleep in at a temple, though some have a remote or sounddampened chamber for when quiet is needed, such as for an infirmary. In outdoor settlements, the temple is usually built into the defensive wall, as this keeps the noise away from other residences and makes it easier for the priests to monitor defenses.
Torag’s holy book is Hammer and Tongs: The Forging of Metal and Other Good Works, which is usually bound in metal with lacquered leather interior pages.
Rank 7 - Nivå 5
Troende og Geistlige, Rank 7
Most non-adventuring priests work as smiths, are part of a governmental or military organization, or both. They understand the practical needs of crafting as a necessary trade rather than a form of artistic expression; a piece of armor or a weapon with a smith-mark crowned by Torag’s symbol may not be pretty, but it was surely tested for quality and durability. Those not inclined to work at a forge, anvil, or architect’s desk all day gravitate toward leadership positions where they can use their knowledge to direct others on the battlefield or city walls, whipping them into shape and maintaining discipline—a fortress with a priest of Torag as the steward is sure to be free of guards sleeping on duty.
Om Guden, Rank 7
The Father of Creation sees planning for a greater purpose and creating complex battle strategies like the necessary interlocking rings in chain mail, but knows there are times when a dwarf needs to abandon a failing strategy and think on his feet. He prefers an organized defense to a tactical assault, and a tactical assault to a reckless charge. He opposes acting without thinking, rebellious thoughts, individuals who place their community at risk, and the destruction of crafted things. Burrowing animals are sacred to the faithful of Torag, as are all animals that dwell in caves and mountainous areas. Flying creatures that live underground are viewed as abominations and freaks—bats in particular are hated things.
Rank 10 - Nivå 6
Kirken av Rank 10
Promotions and awards are given for excellent strategic ideas as well as heroic acts of defense in battle.
Hellige Tekster, Rank 10
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