Re: Ompalam

From: David Scott <sciencefish_at_9FUvqjLiKP9aiHloHdzQd02qWKVNV3B-dZz3swiH_pwHVZhbSwIiuIFTWv4-MKuc>
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2012 22:46:55 +0100

On 16 Aug 2012, at 20:26, Daniel <> wrote:

> 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?

The upcoming Guide has him as one of the four major gods of Fonrit - the God of "slavery and coercion", one of the Chaos Pantheon.

I've just re-read the Prosopaedia entry and it's still correct. It's still available online:


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