Beings of Power: Mooros

Mooros is one of the Oyarsa. Player clerics can choose him to gain access to the Light domain.

Mooros is a big part of Felmoor, and this quick  introduction doesn’t really do him justice, BUT we’re starting the campaign on SAT and I’m kindof  rushing to get as much down on paper as possible.

Mooros the One-eyed, the Giant King, Lord of Earth 

Relationship with Followers
Mooros is an active and visible force in the world. It is an unusual individual who has not heard one or two of the many stories told about him. His largely benevolent interactions with the planestrange. Those who come face to face with the Lord of Earth encounter both his humor, and his austerity: two enduring qualities which his personality unites in a way that only an immortal nature could.

Teachings & Philosophy
Mooros the one-eyed is associated with wisdom. It is said that He can always see through Svjart’s disguises. Mooros teaches strength, responsibility and honor, but above all else, truth. His followers are expected to meditate in order to uncover the deepest thoughts and motivations of their own heart. He will not tolerate selfishness or evil intent among his followers.

Notes
In power and in wisdom, Mooros is the greatest of the Oyarsa. In Felmoor, his influence and voice ring loudest through the bones of the earth. Following the fracture, Mooros stood between the world and complete destruction. In those early centuries, he did his work well; shoring up the broken, jagged pieces of the world, mending the walls of reality and putting distance between Felmoor and the encroaching void. Now, Sohmna has taken over much of his work, and Mooros is engaged in other tasks. He wars with the fiend-queen Tishma in the lowest bowels of Felmoor where the earth is thin and the void seeps through the fissures in the floor of the world.

He is depicted as a giant with broad shoulders and enormous hands, wreathed in white fire.

Beings of Power: Sohmna

Sohmna is one of the Oyarsa. Cleric players can choose her to gain access to the Tempest domain

Sohmna, Sailor Beyond the Horizon.

Relationship with Followers
She is beloved by shipwrights, explorers and widows. While there was a time when Sohmna lived in human communities, few now living have met her in the flesh. Most of those who follow her have encountered her in dreams. She is a comforter to those who mourn for something lost, a guide to sailors, and a muse to would-be explorers who long for distant places and strange sights.

Teachings & Philosophy
Sohmna has no teachings. She is a mostly silent patron, and her disciples have only her complicated, sometimes contradictory example to follow. Some choose to focus on her strength, becoming clerics driven by duty and responsibility towards the world and it’s inhabitants. Some focus on her independence and ingenuity, becoming adventurers, or explorers.

Notes
Sohmna is the most complex personality among the allies of Mooros. Once the most approachable of the Maiar, she is now the most distant, although she has not lost her compassionate spirit. She is thought to play a very active part in the preservation of the universe; a role she requested of Mooros following the death of her mortal husband. Her undertaking keeps her on the periphery of the world, mending and repairing the cracked and broken edges of reality. The great Halls of Sohmna, long neglected and empty, lie somewhere beyond the edges of the explored world; legend says they stands at the place where the endless river empties into the void. She is depicted as a grey-hooded figure standing astride the deck of a white-sailed vessel on stormy seas, white-eyed, raven-haired, and haloed in lightning. In one hand she carries a silver spear and in the other a builder’s hammer.