Fatal (3.5e Deity)
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|Home Plane:||Negative Energy Plane|
|Portfolio:||Murder, Violence, Anarcy|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Evil or Chaotic Neutral|
|Domains:||Chaos, Death, Evil|
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Fatal was on of Lady Nocrat's lovers, he was an assassin from a neighboring state who came seeking a stronger poison, Lady Nocrat found him and offered him her most powerful disease, a house cat which was immune to and carried a plague which she claimed "once unleashed would not be stopped for generations" Fatal accepted her offer, and before he returned home spent the night with the Lady, and though he was unaware, she had drained his blood and given him vampirism. Fatal returned to his kingdom and fell victim to his urges, feeding on his contact in the middle of a populated pub, Fatal fled back to the Lady who told him the disease he gave him was not in the cat but in her, and he had spread it to his kingdom just as they had agreed. Fatal lunged at Lady Nocrat but she had been a vampire for some time and was much too strong for Fatal, but the Lady took pity on him, and brought him into the fold, while he still vows to kill the Lady even in godhood, he was a powerful member of the family in his day.
Always know your enemy, your friend, and yourself. Trust no one, not even yourself. If there is no escape you failed before you got here, before you were ever close to here. Get the job done.
Clergy and Temples
The clergy of Fatal are almost always assassins, many of whom have close ties to Lady Nocrat, they are act as assassins not only for their own families but most families who venerate the pantheon can call upon their services. Temples to Fatal are rare, less then a dozen are known to exist and those are extremely small, those in the faith know those small temples hold a network of tunnels that connect to many of the other hidden temples and the clergy will often spend many years in these tunnels.
A man wrapped in shadows, when he moves he phases out of reality then back in when he stops. No features can be made out other then basic body parts (arm, leg, torso, head) except on occasion a purple knife can be seen jetting out from the shadowy mass. Only once has the weapon struck an opponent, who immediately vanished.