God of Stone, Metals, and Mountains
Symbol: A glowing headed hammer
Alignment: Lawful good (LN)
Portfolio: Stone, Metals, Mountains, Guardianship
Core Worshipers: Dwarves
Domains: Community* (CD), Earth, Good, Law, Mysticism* (CD), Protection.
Favored Weapon: Warhammer
Description: Fortubo (for-TOO-boh) was once a Suel god but withdrew his support from nearly all his human followers in favor of dwarves when he found that the Suel were responsible for the creation of the evil derro. He is friendly with the gods of the dwarven pantheon but avoids all other gods except his brother Jascar. Fortubo is the sworn enemy of the derro and their patron deity Diirinka. His holy symbol is a glowing-headed hammer, and his personal weapon is a great hammer named Golbi that returns to his hand when thrown and is said to be a gift from the dwarf god Moradin. He is shown as a small bearded Suel man who resembles a dwarf. “Focus on your tasks. Do not allow yourself to be distracted by other careers or concerns outside of protecting the community. Feel your kinship with the stone and do not cut it more than what your community needs. Commit no theft, murder, or evil, for they will shackle the dwarven people more strongly than any chains.” Fortubo protects dwarven communities and welcomes clerics of either sex, especially married couples. Fortubo’s clerics plan defenses to the smallest detail and are more than willing to shoulder more than their share of the responsibility if they feel anyone else involved is incapable of pulling their weight. They search for orcs and goblins, which they feel harm the earth with their pointless tunneling. Any hammer will serve as a holy symbol. Married pairs of clerics are said to be especially blessed by Fortubo and their children are born with exceptional insight and endurance.