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Morgion is the god of decay in all its forms, including such things as plague and pestilence, rust, and madness. He wishes to see all things wither away into decadence, and for mortals to suffer as much as possible prior to going on to the next stage of their soul's journey.

AlignmentNeutral Evil
Other NamesAnthrax Goatlord (Hobgoblins)
Black Wind
Gormion (Tarsis)
H'Rar (Ergoth, Istar)
Lord of the Bronze Tower
Master of the Bronze Tower
Morgash (Taladas)
Morgax the Rustlord (Thorbardin)
Morgi (Icereach)
Pestilence (Mithas)
The Rat King
Ussk (Hurdu)
SymbolA crowned hood with two red eyes
An upside-down axe
A rat's claw
Celestial SymbolDiseased Hood
PortfolioDisease, decay, plague, famine,
weakness, plotting, poison, vermin,
suffering, madness
Common AspectsA thick, roiling black cloud
with two glowing red eyes;
a priestess or executioner
wearing a black hood and veil;
a warrior in a torn cloak, rusted
armour, and a heavy, notched
sword; a hooded humanoid with
glowing red eyes and fearsome
aura; an almost skeletal, wide-eyed
figure in a straitjacket or chains,
screaming curses; a swarm of rats,
insects or flies to form a monstrous
otyugh, or a vaguely humanoid shape
with red spots of light in place of eyes
ColorsDark brown and black

Morgion lives in the Bronze Tower on the edge of the Abyss, where he carries out his plots. He rarely allies with the other gods of Evil, and stands in opposition to all the gods of Good, especially Mishakal.


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