Lord of Death (3.5e Deity)
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 The Lord of Death
|Symbol:||A skull in a black hood over a scythe|
|Home Plane:||The Void|
|Portfolio:||Death, the undead|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any Evil, True Neutral|
|Domains:||Death, Evil, Knowledge, Magic, DeathboundLM, HungerLM, UndeathLM.|
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The Lord of Death is terrible to behold. He, as his name implies, is the master of death and of undeath. He is the patron god of necromancers, undeath and darkness. He delights is the death of the living and will not rest until all of the living are slain and only the dead walk the earth.
The Lord of Death orders his followers to create more undead servants for him to rule and to slay the living. He encourages his followers to embrace undeath and to become undead themselves. His followers are encouraged to hate the living and to delight in the joy of death and black magics.
 Clergy and Temples
The Lord of Death's clerics wear shrouds of black, carry great scythes and wear skull masks. His temples are hidden in grand catacombs and in the deepest halls of hidden crypts and mausoleums, although his temples in [???] are grand halls full of the living dead. His temples are adorned with skulls and full of the reek of blood and death.