From Bestiary of the Hypogriph


Miludir is the Dwarven goddess of marriage, love and family, who serves as a member of the Dwarven Pantheon.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Miludir appears as a young and voluptuous Dwarven maiden wearing a headpiece decorated with colourful flowers and a large fur coat made from the hide of a bear which hangs from her shoulders.

History[edit | edit source]

According to the Dwarven myths, Miludir taught the first generation of Dwarves about peace, love and marriage, encouraging them to seek both during their lives.

Realm[edit | edit source]

Like the rest of their pantheon, Miludir resides in the Forge of Worlds, the realm of Skasdrumri in Ziana. There she watches over the souls of families, ensuring they find one another in death.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Miludir is a gentle and sweet soul who desires only the best not just for her Dwarven children, but for all creatures in the world. She is a deep believer of peace, and encourages the rather stubborn Dwarven folk to give it a chance at every opportunity, for she believes a life of violence is not a life worth living.

Relationships[edit | edit source]

Miludir is the second youngest child of Skasdrumri and Reimdorlig, with Kivaedir, Breldikig and Thunardormir being her older brothers and Thar-Thrassan being her little sister. She gets along with all of her family members and is best friends with her uncle/aunt Varmumli. Voniana Theevrolde is also a good friend of hers. Despite being almost polar opposites in personality, Breldikig is extremely protective for Miludir, something she finds highly endearing.

Cult of Miludir[edit | edit source]

The church of Miludir encourages love, marriage and family traditions above all else, often being responsible for marriage rites and other such concepts. By her decree, her clergy is completely non-combatant, and is composed entirely by priests and healers.

See also[edit | edit source]

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