Monster by hgjart
There are two types of people; those who know Muhar and serve him, and those who do not know Muhar and suffer without him.




God of Civilization.







Muhar was Ivory God of Civilization.

Of the Four GodsEdit

In the beginning of Azeroth, a myriad of natural spirits flocked to and fro, enjoying their newfound existence in the world. Their peace was to be disrupted when the Titans arrived, and commenced the Ordering. Once the Titans moved on, peace settled. However, the malign Old Gods seeded Azeroth, and with their Elemental Lieutenants, crushed the natural gods of Azeroth. The Titans returned to a world engulfed by chaos, and waged a terrible war which resulted in the Old Gods being enslaved.

Many of the Eternal spirits of Azeroth had been destroyed by the Old Gods, but some endured in the form of the trollish Loa, Eternals of all shapes and forms and races. Of these survivors there were those known as the Four Gods. These Four Gods were to be henceforth known as Mnesthes, Muhar, Zinine and Brux to many of the mortal races. They fought against one another and sometimes they fought side by side in an ancient Kalimdor, each commanding civilizations and armies of followers.

The Mezejin ImperiumEdit

Before the Sundering, Muhar reigned over a vast empire in the east. It was centred around blood magic. Blood magic was central to the aristocracy of the Mezejin, for they ruled through their noble blood, and their noble blood granted them their blood magic. They were the chosen of Muhar.

As with other pagan empires, a lieutenant of the reigning god was appointed to serve as the mouthpiece of the divine. Xostheron acted as the lieutenant of Muhar and his representative and judge; the instrument of his will within the Mezejin.

The Mezejin Imperium fought many long wars against the other Four Gods, sometimes against the raging hordes of Brux's Maroon lady of war, Akaerna-Sagai. Often Muhar was at odds with Mnesthes, the god of nature and the untamed wilderness, the opposite of the Ivory tenets of civilization. To this end, there were often wars over Ythan'alai, the holy city. Xaxion Drak'eem often instigated new wars between the Ivory and the Viridian. Sometimes, the Kelani Empire sought to gain lore and knowledge from within the Mezejin, to archive within Kalidar. Always there was conflict, until the Sundering.

The Sundering destroyed the Mezejin Imperium, though Xostheron preserved Ythan'alai and converted the trolls within it to Muharism.

The Four Gods
Brux  · Mnesthes  · Muhar  · Zinine