Gontor Hammerfell Vampire
Gontor Hammerfell
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Physical description

Dwarf (Vampire)



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Chronological and political information

Creed of the Stone
Hel (Vampire spirit inhabiting body)



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Exarch Gontor Hammerfell was the administrator of the Northern Godsmoot and a dwarven cleric of the Creed of the Stone, in which he held the title of exarch. As a member of the Creed, he did not worship any particular deity but rather Elemental Earth itself. He and the other members of the Creed were responsible for creating the cathedral at the top of Zenith Peak.

As a young man, Gontor was provided a career in the family business by his parents, and an arranged marriage to a dwarf from a slightly more prosperous clan. Gontor cast aside these things to join the Creed of the Stone.[1]

He was present at the arrival of Veldrina, Wrecan, Roy Greenhilt and Belkar Bitterleaf and decided to escort the High Priest of Hel to its Great Nave personally.[2]

Upon learning that his Creed had no deity to speak for its clerics nor formal protection or representation at the moot, he was slain and fed upon by the High Priest of Hel.[3]

Gontor's corpse, raised as a vampire by the High Priest of Hel with Malack's staff, later infiltrated the Mechane while the latter was busy fighting Roy.[4] He stole Vaarsuvius' teleporation orb despite the resistance of the various animals on board the airship. He was able to sneak back into the Godsmoot, where after the vote ended in a tie, he and "Durkon" teleported away to put in action their plan to dominate the vote of the dwarvish Council of Clans. He is currently in Firmament. He attempted to enter the Temple of Thor to execute this plan, but "Durkon" has changed plans to find another place to confront the Order.



  1. Comic #1087, "Masters Mastering Mastery"
  2. Comic #994, "Invitation Only"
  3. Comic #995, "Welcome to the Church"
  4. Comic #1012, "Yellow Means Caution"
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