By Robert J. Schwalb
Kord is no god for the faint of heart. Weakness has no place in the Storm Father’s eyes. Kord demands prowess, courage, and strength in his followers, but he offers much in return—with power and glory at the forefront. Kord is an honorable warrior, but he is also no fool. Those who cross him find swift and final death because Kord brooks no betrayal and punishes all who wrong him and his own. The new prayers offered here present options for any priest who favors bold action and brutal attacks when confronting foes, though those devoted to Kord might be most appropriate.
Thunder echoes across the countryside. Threatening dark clouds tumble down from the frozen north. Rain lashes the shores, while reavers on dragon-prow ships scour the seas, searching for glory, battle, and plunder. Smoke and death drifts on the wind, carrying with them the sounds of clashing steel and death cries from the fallen. And in all these things is Kord— he who is named Storm Father, Lord of Battle, and Warmaster.
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About the Author
Robert J. Schwalb is an award-winning game designer whose most recent work can be found in Player’s Handbook 3, Martial Power 2, and Draconomicon 2: Metallic Dragons.