Vor was a human prophet. He is best known for having founded Vormundism.
Not much is known of Vor's early life. He was born in Bodai to unknown parents and worked a variety of odd jobs in the city and on farms in the surrounding area.
At the age of thirty five, Vor began to experience divine visions in which the god Akhen ordered him to preach a new faith of peace, love, and tolerance. Vor initially ignored these orders out of fear that others would not accept such a radical new way of life.
Eventually the visions became stronger and more frequent, making it impossible for Vor to continue to work. He fled into the wilderness, and there he claimed he felt the presence of Akhen. This encounter left him appearing physically aged, and convinced him to begin preaching.
While Vor was often ridiculed by the crowds he gave sermons to, a small group of humans began to follow him. Among his earliest disciples were a young Lord Gavin Zosimus, the prostitute Sofia Belgrade, and the rebellious Rolfe. The closest to him was Daniel Zuse, whom he loved like a son.
After just two years of traveling throughout the kingdom and preaching, Vor's teachings reached the capital and were interpreted by King Tristan as radical and dangerous. He ordered Vor's arrest, tried him for blasphemy and treason, and had him beheaded.