Thagduegi

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The Thagduegi, or Great Betrayal, was a wave of ignoble traitorous acts that caused the Ancestor Gods to break apart at the beginning of the Age of Myth.[2a]

Origins

At the dawn of the Age of Myth, when Grimnir was resting from binding Ignax, a great evil befell the duardin's hundredfold Ancestor Gods.[2a]

Effects

The duardin pantheon broke apart.[2a]

Aftermaths

Following the Thagduegi, Grimnir and Grungni were left chained atop the tallest of the Iron Mountains in Chamon.[2a][1a]

Quotes


‘More than one dark legend has it that Grungni forged the chains that bound himself and his brother, though no Duardin living can say why.’

Yjurgen, Battlesmith of Vostarg Lodge. [3a]


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