Old Lord of Vulmùra


  • Title(s) – Old Lord of Vulmùra, The Blind God
  • Influence – Ortor
  • Appearance – A giant old Murdrū whose eyelids are serged shut over a large scar that crosses his face; he is usually depicted carry a large broken greatsword but sometimes shown with a half-dozen Dwürden or Yrūn slaves on chain leashes and metal collars


  • Symbol – The Serged Eye
  • Focus – Any item representing a closed eye
  • Color(s) – Black
  • Element – Darkness
  • Animal – Any blinded animal or slave


  • Center of Worship – Vulmùra
  • Scriptures
  • Leader
  • Priesthood – The Blind Followers
  • Orders
  • Aspects
  • Touched
  • Holy Days
  • Friends – Murdrū
  • Enemies – Dwürden, Yrūn
  • Sayings – “Irzzik does not need to see to know.”


The age-old battles between the Dwürden and Murdrū of Vulmùra are legendary. Among the most retold of the legends are the stories of Irzzik the Ortor warlord who was blinded at the Battle of High Table in the latter part of the Second Age. The stories of Dwürden and Ortor diverge following the blinding of Irzzik, but both people agree that he was blinded by the Spear of Feldündurn. The Ortor account of the battle tells that Irzzik, enraged by the loss of his eyes, struck out at the Dwürden hero with his greatsword Magârzul and ran the crimson blade through the enemy’s heart. The Dwürden legend tells that Irzzik, pained and despairing, fled from the Battle of High Table to crawl and hide within the mountain crags where he plots eternal revenge.

The stories of Irzzik are renown among all Ortor for they are among the oldest surviving tales of the barbaric mountain people.

The Cult

The Priesthood

Progression within the Cult of Irzzik is determined by physical and magical prowess, as well as accomplishment and renown in battle.

Daily Activities

Holy Days and Rituals

Captured enemies and prisoners are ritually blinded and set afoot in dangerous areas.

Places of Worship