Angra (3.5e Deity)

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Intermediate Deity
Symbol: Sword dripping blood in a black triangle
Home Plane: Abyss
Alignment: Chaotic Evil
Portfolio: War, Discord, Hatred, and Power.
Clergy Alignments: Chaotic Evil, Neutral Evil, Chaotic Neutral
Domains: Chaos, Evil, Death, Destruction, Strength, War, Hatred (Spell Compendium)
Favored Weapon: Any Sword

Born of chaos, Angra the God of War has fostered hate between men and beast, showing them the art of war and the power which comes of it.

Angra appears as a humanoid, perhaps a giant, with bare chest and arms, spines growing from his back, and a triangular helmet which symbolizes the three phases of war: Discord (mental war), Slaughter (physical war), and Power (the fruits of war). He is always seen with some kind of swords in his hands, ready for battle.


Power comes through fighting. Only by conquering and spreading can you achieve power, and thus true contentment. Fight and grab the power you desire!

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Warrior races may keep temples to the God of War, which are pyramids of stone, and often host of bloody human sacrifices. Clergy are usually shamans to less civilized places who run these gruesome activities.

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