Ogre Lord

Typecultural lore of the Toomrur

The term Ogre Lord came into use when referring to renown Toomrur leaders inhabiting central to east Thingrorn then east to the waters of Klo'nah Lomok.

In Toomrur society, some are sent on the path to become an Ogre Lord. Natural born leaders, selected by tribal elders, are sent off to ancient training facilities called the Halls of War. The journey to each is not an easy one. The schooling also doesn't work for many, instead preferring to take the Ogre Lord title by conquest.

Since the founding of Gura in 1675 HE, by tradition, no matter what their former allegiances or deeds, deceased Ogre Lords are placed in the labyrinth barrows of Mauhúlfúr.

When the Toomrur Hegemony was founded, the government moved to replace the warrior tradition of its Toomrur tribes. A two-thousand-year old tradition of paying fealty to their Ogre Lords was replaced by a centralized state. Ogre Lords were taken down a notch, generals, answering to the empire's government leaders. Naturally, a brewing problem in the Toomrur Hegemony is the yearning for the old ways, war bands, pillaging, conquest, and glory, and the ancient burial rites for their Ogre Lords.

Notable Ogre Lords
Agdúmwar bandSecond EpochHoof of Gluttony
Ches'saxwar band, dictatorHorgon Erafounded Bughor
Elargrilwar bandFirst EpochTalengrak
Eneriyeswar band, dictatorFirst Epochfounded Dumugon, Norgtrum
Golthesswar bandFirst EpochFall of Stygnhild
Jidekaiwar bandFirst Epochfounded Khatúlg
Khadonwar bandHorgon Eraled the Toomrur across the Sands of Hell
MorbakhKhatúlgSecond, Third Epoch
Onaidaxwar band, dictatorHorgon Erafounded Gúra
Ygaroqwar bandHorgon EraThird Gudrall War