Dahlver-Nar, the first Binder
[...] Binder scholars know a different story—that Dahlver-Nar was a powerful cleric who forsook his deity to pursue the power of pact magic. The fabled teeth of Dahlver-Nar, to which all the legends attribute miraculous powers, were neither his own nor those of the dragon he battled. They were the teeth of beings that became vestiges after death, and they could grant abilities similar to those that the vestiges themselves imparted. Pact magic treatises relate that Dahlver-Nar pulled out his own teeth and replaced them with those of the vestiges, but that using them all drove him mad. What happened thereafter is a matter of debate, but the texts maintain that Dahlver-Nar eventually died, and the teeth were lost, divided up among the squabbling followers he had managed to gain and then spread across the world. Today, Dahlver-Nar exists as a vestige in his own right—perhaps brought to that state through his close association with so many others.
[ Tome of Magic, by Matthew Sernett et al. ]
Thirty-two horses on a red hill,
First they champ,
Then they stamp,
Then they stand still.
[ Adapted from the Hobbit, by J. R. R. Tolkien ]
Dahlver-Nar can only be bound after gaining permission to go on the quest.
Binding Acererak expels Dahlver-Nar.
You have teeth under you skin. Wounds expose these teeth for all to see.
Any teeth that are showing can be seen from a distance.
Wear concealing clothes or heal your injuries.
Dahlver-Nar grants sustain ability.
- Moan: Frighten, confuse, and/or drive nearby creatures insane.
- Teeth of the Devoured: Gain increased AC and unarmed attack damage as you loose HP.