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The Watchful Mother
Areas of Concern
Maintain the sanctity of a home, remain patient with others, take in those without families.
Abandon your family, fail to defend your neighbors.
Cleric Alignments (1E)
Domains (1E)
Community, Law, Nobility, Good
Subdomains (1E)
Archon, Family, Home, Martyr
Cleric Alignments (2E)
Domains (2E)
Cities, family, repose, protection
Alternative: duty, sorrow
Favored Weapon
Rune-carved hearth
Sacred Animal
Young animals
Sacred Colors
Gray, orange
Source: Gods and Magic, pg(s). 48 (1E)
Highhelm (sourcebook), pg(s). 119 (2E)

Folgrit is the wife of Torag, and thus has a prominent role in the dwarven pantheon, having mothered several demigod children. She is patient with her husband and tries to stop him worrying too much, but also makes sure he is aware of the burden of responsibility he bears. Folgrit is the goddess of wives, mothers, and children, and tangentially the goddess of widows and orphans.1

It is said that before she married Torag, she was a goddess of mourners, caring for those in grief after large wars or other tragedies. In her effort to better care for these people, she went to Torag with a proposal that, in exchange for her hand in marriage, Torag would share with her his powers of family and protection. He not only accepted, but went further and gave her dominion over settlements and cities so that those under her watch could be sure to always have shelter.2

Childless couples will pray to her, but if the couple finds they are completely unable to conceive, they may turn to Dranngvit instead.3


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  1. Sean K Reynolds. “Other Gods” in Gods and Magic, 48. Paizo Inc., 2008
  2. Paizo Inc., et al. “Chapter 3: Highhelm Options” in Highhelm, 119. Paizo Inc., 2023
  3. Sean K Reynolds, et al. Inner Sea Gods, 182. Paizo Inc., 2014