Gork (3.5e Deity)

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Greater Deity
Symbol: Angry Orkoid face
Home Plane: The Great Green
Alignment: CE
Portfolio: Brutality and fighting
Clergy Alignments: CN or CE
Domains: War, Chaos, Evil, Strength
Favored Weapon: Greataxe
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Gork is one of the two major Orcish gods. He differs from his brother Mork in that he is strong but kunnin', as opposed to Mork, who is kunnin' but strong. Gork is an immensely powerful god, due to the raw power of the Orcish soul- if attacked by another deity, he simply grins, showing his huge, yellowish fangs, and hits them in the head. Very hard.


Gork encourages fighting, and little else. His followers are expected to fight whatever they can find- and if there's nothing else available, each other.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Gork's clergy are as unsubtle as the God himself. They tend to be extensively scarred from years of fighting, and wield large, unwieldy weapons capable of splitting a human in half with a single blow.

Gork and Mork are trademarks of Games Workshop PLC, used without permission.

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