This Mind of Mine
Beldandar is the god of the dwarves, the father of the forge, and son of the mountain. He is the chief deity in the religion known as the Dwerrassin. His followers practice strict attention to order, loyalty to family and friends, and purpose in all that they do. Despite the rigorous dogma, Beldandar is also a god of merriment and celebration when something is done and done well. It is widely believed that an adventurer named Kilgor Orcbasher was the physical embodiment of Beldandar on earth. While Kilgor lived, he united nearly all the tribes and clans of dwarves into following the tenets set in the Dwerrassin’s holy text. He demands these behaviors in his followers:
Meet the day with motivation and determination.
Demonstrate strength, loyalty, and conviction.
Seek glory and honor so that you will be remembered.
Beldandar’s Resolve [Divinity]
Prerequisite: Channel Divinity class feature, must worship Beldandar
Benefit: You can invoke the power of your deity to use Beldandar’s resolve.
|Beldandar’s blessing puts the small on more equal footing with the large.|
Minor Action Personal
Effect: Until the end of your next turn, you gain a +2 bonus to attack rolls against Large or larger creatures.
Special: You must take the Beldandar’s Resolve feat to use this power.
Prerequisite: Channel Divinity, Beldandar’s Resolve feat
This feat was first published in the Player’s Handbook as Moradin’s Resolve. It has been altered for use in this Campaign Setting. All rights reserved to Wizards of the Coast.