Da'Tarran Thunderhoof (3.5e Deity)

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Intermediate Deity
Symbol: Silouette of a minotaur eating a neck (sometimes artist's skills is bad, and it looks like a heart)
Home Plane: Da'Tarria
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Portfolio: Minotaurs, Muggers, Barbarians, Badassery, and People Who Pull Off Other People's Necks And Eat Them
Clergy Alignments: Any Chaotic
Domains: Strength, War, Luck, and Death
Favored Weapon: Greataxe
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Da'Tarran Thunderhoof was once a normal minotaur barbarian. He adventured with his friends Milo Goodbarrel the halfling ranger extraordinaire, the poisondusk lizardfolk Pirate King Cannux, Mialee the extremely attractive elven paladin, and Stonewing the gargoyle fighter. Stonewing unfortunately was beheaded and neutered on their first adventure together. But Da'Tarran and the rest of his companions continued their adventures (one particularly memorable one was when he attempted to pull someone into his jail cell and only pulled in the neck and began eating it), and eventually took over an island of reptilian creatures and made a kingdom for Cannux. He lived out the rest of his life in happiness and almost obscene wealth. When he died, his soul descended into the Abyss and beat the living sh*t out of the demon god Baphomet. He usurped the throne and took the plane out of the Abyss. He renamed it Da'Tarria. He has many powerful baphomet demons that go out through the planes and bring him wealth, magic, and slaves. He is one of the most widely worshipped monster gods. Two of his adventuring partners, Milo and Cannux, also ascended to godhood. But that is a different story.


Da'tarran encourages theft, mugging, and general badassery. He in fact encourages lawbreaking of all kind. He even requires that serious clerics break his own rules.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Da'tarran doens't interfere much with his clergy or temples beyond granting spells. He might grant high level clerics the services of one of his baphomets according to his whims. Or when they ask him for it he could smite him. They do not call him the Whimsical Bull for nothing. His clerics are closely allied with the cerics of Milo Goodbarrel, and Cannux.

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