Lupine (3.5e Deity)

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Lesser Deity
Symbol: An howling white wolf before a great mountain
Home Plane: The Wild Plane
Alignment: Chaotic Evil
Portfolio: Cold, death,
Clergy Alignments: Chaotic Evil
Domains: Death Weather Evil water
Favored Weapon: A Scythe
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Born from an affair between Canidox and an icy water elemental, Lupine is the evil god of winter. He believes only in the cold encroaching death that the winter brings. He revels in hearing the last dying word of a man driven insane by the cold, and some say that this insanity is the state Lupine was born in. In his wolf form he is a gargantuan winter wolf, the peak of his back a full foot above an orcs head. When appearing as a humanoid he is a tall knight in white armor and a large icy scythe. He has snow white hair and ice blue skin.


Let the winter persist and let death be slow and suffering

Clergy and Temples[edit]

To pray to Lupine one must pray before a snow covered mountain and hope to feel his icy gaze upon them. It is said that his most devote clerics have an ere of winter no matter where they go, and when ones breath begins to cloud before them in the middle of summer that a preist of Lupine has entered there midst.



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