Sephiroth (3.5e Deity)
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Sephiroth, One Winged Angel
|Symbol:||A black halo with one black angelic wing stretched from the left side.|
|Home Plane:||The Material Plane.|
|Portfolio:||Hatred, Chaos, Annihilation|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Evil|
Sephiroth is known as the "One Winged Angel." He was once human but achieved godhood by absorbing the life energy of many people as well as the planet itself.
He requires no worship and only seeks the destruction of the planet and all life.
Clergy and Temples
He has no known temples. The only clergy he was known to have are all dead most of them which he commanded to commit suicide to further his power.
|Figure by Play Arts Kai|
In his human form he appears as a blue/green eyed, long silver haired human of about 6'1" tall and weighs about 180lbs. He wears a long black leather trench coat with white metallic looking shoulder pads. He always carries a seven foot long katana named Masamune.
In his demigod form he appears as a lumbering demonic pressence. His upper half is still reminiscent of his human form while from the torso down he has a whole other body. The second part is a giant body with horns on it's head and wings on it's arms, while it's stomach is a orb of bright, glowing light and his legs are nothing but a stump.
In his god form his body turns back into a more human like appearance. His head is normal in appearance with his silver hair. His chest appears to be flesh. His left arm is human like while his right is a long dark angelic wing. From his waist down he has six giant white angel wings. His most distinguishing feature however is probably the two giant gold halos overlapping behind him. One located on his back, one over his head.