From: Daniel <von_das_at_725iULzTbLQiOxIW9XXB-Lh2X38xFDTACPaGG9o7rWvRS12luSNt3CfJQEYOFTlpn1Li>
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2012 19:26:51 -0000

In older material, such as the Prosopaedia, Ompalam was considered a Chaos god of slavery and coercion. Newer material, such as Men of the Sea, seems to have him as a normal god of slavery, who "prevents Chaos by imposing a centralized order".

So, what's the current take on Ompalam? Does he have no connection with Chaos at all now? Or is it all some kind of trick on his part?            

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