The Guardian in Stone, The Eternal Watcher


Lawful Good


Stone, Protection, Patience


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Children and Worshipers

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Dead God

Origins and ExploitsEdit

Haramuthur was amongst the firstborn of the gods . His power being only tested by the likes of beings such as Io and Moradin . Though he helped shape much of the ancient world and was charged with protecting the divine forces of The Astral Sea during The Dawn War the only event currently ascribed to the ancient god was when he sacrificed himself to bind the Golden Monolith which was one of the first events to help turn the tide of the Dawn War.


When still alive Haramathur taught the following:

  • Protect those for whom you care, as well as those who cannot protect themselves.
  • Patience is a virtue. Wait for your enemies to move. Stay ever vigilant.
  • Do not fear the darkness. Train yourself to be aware of your enemies with all your senses.
  • The earth is your friend. Use it to protect yourself and trap your enemies.

Exarchs, Allies and FollowersEdit

Little is rememered of Haramuthur's allies and followers besides his archangel Erishani, but it is clear that he had no enemies amongst the forces of The Astral Sea and his.

Rivals and EnemiesEdit

Haramathur had no enemies amongst the gods. The most legendary of his foes being the primordial now known as The Golden Monolith .


In the last years of the Dawn War, Io’s violent death caused a rift between the planes. Haramathur realized the only way to prevent the primordials from using the rift to invade the Astral Sea was to close off the way with his own essence. He sacrificed himself by turning himself and everything around him to stone to seal the rift. Few individuals know Haramathur’s role in these events. The deities try to limit any knowledge of what happened because they fear that someone might seek to restore Haramathur to his original form, and hence restart the war.

Modern DayEdit

Haramathur’s body exists in two different locations, with one in the Astral Plane and one in the Elemental Chaos . In the Astral Plane, his essence is interwoven with the realm now known as Erishani. Here, Haramathur’s remaining power holds in stasis an ancient primordial. Few are aware of his influence there, and other deities leave this realm alone. Only a few key people in the settlement of Rhym Katal know the truth.In the Elemental Chaos, Haramathur’s stone body drifts in a calm area that exists in a twenty-mile wide maelstrom of rock, ash, and molten lava. The area is called Mael Arn’dreygh , or the Sealed Way. The stony form holds only one settlement: a fortresslike githzerai monastery hewn from the rock. The githzerai monks, who call themselves the Disciples of Stone , are rumored to communicate with stone, and they are led by Asaerte Nedanar , a powerful psion. Asaerte knows the full history of Haramathur and Mael Arn’dreygh, but he has not yet passed this knowledge along to a successor or allowed anyone into the monastery’s inner sanctum. The monastery is also the only place that possesses written records of the event, which are chiseled in the stone walls of the inner sanctum.Some say that those who become lost in the maelstrom around Mael Arn’dreygh might end up in the bogs of Erishani, and vice versa. So far, none who have disappeared in the maelstrom have ever returned alive.


  1. Dragon Magazine 390 (Wizards of the Coast - 2010) Power Play:Divine, Dead Gods by: Pierre van Rooden, pages 46,47