Orin the Black (3.5e Deity)
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 Orin the Black
|Symbol:||A hammer in front of an anvil|
|Home Plane:||Material Plane (Bronsift Mines)|
|Portfolio:||Dwarves, creation, protection, wealth|
|Clergy Alignments:||Lawful Good or Lawful Neutral|
|Domains:||Commerce, Creation, Dwarf, Good, Law, Protection|
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The guardian of the dwarves, Orin the Black was the fifth ruler who was given divine powers to lock away The Shadow. Only the oldest dwarves remember him as their king centuries ago.
Orin wants all dwarves to follow his example. To sacrifice one's mortal self for that of an immortal who is chained to a single location for his people is a selfless act and it shows the power that Orin wants other dwarves to have.
 Clergy and Temples
Orin's temples are all small sanctuaries along the Alosarith Canyon. The canyon leads to the main temple of Bronsift Mines, the first dwarf city and where Orin now endlessly lives to keep The Shadow bound. His clerics wear light brown robes with his symbol on their back.
Orin looks like a rather old dwarf with blond hair and a very long beard. He is tall for a dwarf and almost looks like a short giant, this is mostly due to the godly energies within his body now. He carries a huge hammer in one hand and an axe in the other.