|Enemies||Toomrur Hegemony, goblin tribes of Gelakgizal|
|Established||26 Brightstar 1044|
Established on 26 Brightstar 1044, the kingdom of Rethmorg began as a goodly kingdom predominately worshiping Naraz-Nâru. With the encroachment of the Toomrur, an advanced and cunning ogre people, this was to change. Raiding and genocidal conflict took the toll on the population. Rethmorg leaders, then her people, became more harsh, stoic and brutal in their dealings with enemy. The use of poison against their foes, once illegal, became more common. Even Rethmorg's military, once honored and proud, was not above poisoning their foe's water supplies. The last straw for the Church of Naraz-Nâru came in 1164. This was the year that Rethmorg allied with the brood-kin goblins of Gelakgizal. Rethmorg went against the mandate of the Church of Naraz-Nâru. In distant lands, a bull was proclaimed by the leading church. Backed by the authority of Naraz-Nâru, the Mezrack of Rethmorg were cast out, forsaken by their god. Many were unperturbed, for a transition was already well on its way, with many falling to the word of Tarâk's proselytizers.
The Molcombur Empire, predominately peopled by the Mîmêk in the deeps of Mulbind-Fel, are largely blamed for what befell the kingdom. Long had these dark dwarven brothers preached the word of Tarâk. It is said Molcombur agents were instrumental in the makings of the Gelakgizal Pact; saving the Kingdom of Rethmorg in the First Bughor War (1160 - 1166).
Today, during periods of peace with the Toomrur Hegemony, Rethmorg focuses on the goblin tribes of Gelakgizal. Those captured are sent into slavery or traded to the slave network with buyers across the surface and beneath. Half of the kingdom's population are slaves. During times of war, they serve in the front-lines, while at peace, they are put to menial tasks.