Dydd

The song
The brave servant held aloft his stone; To protect the fallen old crone
Ashardalon’s wrath was hell bent; But the Alia Tai of Bael Tuarth would not relent
Down the demon hearted dragon flew; Into the path of the stone that slew
The mortal wound delivered could not save; Dydd the Master from his fate
The Druid Dydd
Dydd was A druid of the Wind Swept Circle. He perished in the battle aganst the demon dragon Ashardalon nearly 300 hundered years ago. The Wind Swept Circle is a Druid Sight of power in the fey-wild.
Arshardalon
A great red dragon that was once worshipped as a deity. However, he was slain or driven off by Dydd. His cult shriveled and died.
Ashardalon, the dragon, was said to have the heart of a demon.
Ban of the Unborn
By an edict as old as the multiverse deities are forbidden influence, contact or dealings with unborn souls. This ensures the free will of all pre-incarnate souls with they take form on the planes. The gods will be unable to involve themselves directly in your current affairs.
The Guild of Sleep contains lore on the Ban of the Unborn.
The Bastion of Unborn Souls
The name of place whispered of by religious sages belonging to the Guild of Sleep.
Using Divination
The Cathezar’s loyality is divided
A demon-hearted wyrm, thought slain, lives to feed on souls of the unborn.
The cycle of life is disrupted, but the deities are powerless to repair it.
Songs sing of Dydd’s Epic deed.
The Ban of the Unborn overpowers the will of the gods
Preincarnate souls grow in the loamy soil of possibility
The Dreamer reveals what the deities must conceal

Dydd

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