Ygorl (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A Death Slaadi head with a scythe held in it's closed maw.|
|Portfolio:||Disorder, Slaadi, Limbo, Death, Entropy|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Neutral, Chaotic Evil, Neutral|
|Domains:||Chaos, Death, Destruction, Limbo|
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The Slaad Lord of Entropy, Ygorl appears as a blackened, bat-winged, skeletal hulk, wielding a large scythe. He rides a great wyrm brass dragon named Shkiv. As one of the exemplars of the Chaotic Neutral alignment, Ygorl is not truly evil, but still very dangerous, unpredictable, and self-serving.
Ygorl believes in bringing death, decay, and disorganization to the multiverse, and thinks this is best done by the slaadi, the truest agents of Chaos. The Slaadi are to be venerated and feared by all clergy, and all sacrifices are to come in the form of living creatures, no matter their size or form.
Clergy and Temples
There are few who venerate the Slaadi lord but those who do are generally anarchists, necromancers, and/or nihilists. Shrines and temples are almost always located underground or far away from civilized society to avoid the attention of the forces of order. Clerics often summon Slaadi to give offerings and ask for insight to the nature of chaos but are wary to send them back if their lives should be in danger. The organization of Ygorl's religion is loose at best, usually the physically or magically strongest leads small cells of believers.