Kuluth (3.5e Deity)

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Kuluth's symbol
Greater Deity
Symbol: a Skull
Home Plane: The Grey Vast
Alignment: Neutral Evil
Portfolio: Death, the afterlife, souls, everything inevitable
Clergy Alignments: TN, LE, NE, CE
Domains: Death, Evil, Strength, Travel
Favored Weapon: Scythe

Kuluth controls all aspects of death and the afterlife. He is often worshipped by travelers who seek to avoid his chill grasp. The huge cloaked figure is said to gather the souls of powerful mortals himself. He is not active in the politics and warring of the Gods; he prefers to exist quietly in the background. Death, after all, never ceases, and Kuluth happily waits patiently until he will be needed again.


Clergy and Temples[edit]


Anazar, The Giant Pantheon

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