Lycanthron (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A staff with a wolf head at the end|
|Home Plane:||He manifests in his temples|
|Clergy Alignments:||Clergy cannot be lawful|
|Domains:||Chaos, Animal, Moon,|
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Lycanthron is a deity of chaos. He is depicted as a man with a wolf head and fangs on his upper jaw that reach his shoulders.
Lycanthron encourages widespread lycanthropy and chaos. His followers either put their lives on the line to infect others and expand his clergy as his warriors or protect his temples and share his will as his priests.
Clergy and Temples
His clergy is comprised of werewolves. His temples are found in all planes and lands; they are stone pyramids with a flat top that hold the entrance to his despicable lairs.
This deity does not follow a pantheon.