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Crossed hammer and chisel
Alignment True Neutral
Divine Rank Eternal Immortal
Pantheon Mystaran (Matter)
Portfolio Arts, crafts, construction, dwarves, forging, metalworking
Domains Matter, Earth, Crafts, Metal
Worshippers Artisans, builders, crafters, dwarves, blacksmiths
Favoured Weapon Warhammer

Kagyar, also called Ka-Gar, The Artisan, Flasheyes, Ptahr, or Belsamas, is the patron Immortal of arts and crafts, and the creator of the modern dwarves.


Born as Ka-Gar to a tribe of brutemen, Mystaran neanderthals, around the time the first humans started appearing. He was a cave painter and a icon carver, before heading to seek Immortality, eventually ascending to the Sphere of Matter with the sponsorship of Ka the Preserver. After the Great Rain of Fire, Kagyar eventually took note of how the Kogolor dwarves had been affected by the event. He then split the race in half, one half being sent to the Hollow World, and the other he reshaped. He made them resistant to magic and non-magical radiation, gave them a love for safe homes underground, and finally the desire to express themselves with durable materials, and thus he created the modern dwarves and placed them where the kogolor once lived, and gave them false memories.


Kagyar often appears as a hairy, bearded, and gnarled bruteman with beady, deep-set eyes, wearing plain, grey robes and a hood, and carrying a hammer and a chisel. As Ptahr, he appears as a tall, hunched figure clad in a grey, linen robe and a face concealing turban, carrying a gnarled staff. He has narrow eyes, a tight and a stiff beard associated with nobility in Nithia, and carries a crystal pendant in the shape of his symbol on his neck.


Kagyar has little interest beyond promoting the arts. He ignores non-creative types, and occasionally aids those artists with potential. He rarely thinks beyond his interest, and thus is distant to his worshippers. Though he's sponsore many to Immortality, his only ally is Garal Glitterlode. His main enemy is Jammudaru, whose followers often destroy works of art and craftsmanship, infuriating him greatly.

The Immortals of Mystara
Sphere of Thought
Ahmanni Turtlerider - Arnelee - Asterius - Cretia - Diulanna - Frey - Freyja
Halav - Harrow - Karaash - Korotiku - Koryis - Noumena - Odin - Palson
Raven - Saimpt Clébard - Saimpt Loup - Saimpt Malinois - Saimpt Mâtin
Saimpt Ralon - Sinbad - Ssu-Ma - Tiresias - Tourlain - Turmis - Tyche
Sphere of Matter Sphere of Time Sphere of Energy
Atruaghin - Chiron - Crakkak - Diamond - Djaea - The Eternal General
Faunus - Forsetta - The Great One - Garal Glitterlode - Gorrziok
Hattani Stoneclaw - Ka the Preserver - Kagyar - Lokena
Maat - Malafor - Opal - Paarkum - Pearl - Polunius - Terra
The Twelve Watchers - Valerias - Wayland - Wogar
Al-Kalim - Calitha Starbrow - Carnelian - Chardastes
Finidel - Kallala - Khoronus - Liena - Ordana - Petra
Protius - Sharpcrest - Taroyas - Vanya - Verthandi - Yav
Alphatia - Bartziluth - Bemarris - Benekander - Eiryndul
Gorm - Iliric - Ilsundal - Ixion - Kythria - Lornasen - Madarua
Mahmatti Running Elk - Marwdyn - Mealiden Starwatcher
Minroth - Palartarkan - Patura - Pflarr - Rad - Rafiel
Rathanos - Razud - The Shaper - The Shining One - Slizzark
Tahkati Stormtamer - Tarastia - Thor - Usamigaras - Zirchev
Sphere of Entrophy
Alphaks - Arik - Atzanteotl - Bagni Gullymaw - Brissard
Danel Tigerstripes - Demogorgon - Hel - Jammudaru - Leptar
Loki - Masauwu - Nyx - Orcus - Ranivorus - Saasskas - Talitha
Thanatos - Yagrai