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Sargonnas is the god of wrath, vengeance, and retribution. He is a god without compassion or mercy.

Though he works in the hearts of all mortals, his favored children are the minotaurs. Minotaurs refer to him as Sargas, who represents power gained through brute strength and held with honor. Sargonnas appears to minotaurs as a gigantic minotaur with either char-black fur or blood-red fur.

AlignmentLawful Evil
Other NamesArgon (Istar/ Ergoth)
The Bull God
Dark Vengeance
Destroyer (Mithas)
The Firebringer (Hylo)
Gonnas the Willful (Icereach)
Kinis (Qualinesti)
Kinthalas (Silvanesti)
Lord of Wastes (Khur)
Misal-Lasim (Tarsis)
The Red Condor
Sargas (Mithas)
Sargonax the Bender (Thorbardin)
Torghan the Avenger (Khur)
SymbolA red condor
A red fist
Celestial symbolCondor constellation
PortfolioVengeance, destruction, wrath,
volcanoes, conquest, rage, fire,
deserts, war, strength, retribution
Common AspectsA large red condor or eagle with a
silky, enticing, cultured voice; a fire
elemental of lava with a roaring
voice surrounded by a nimbus of
black flame; a huge minotaur with
jet black fur and a silver trimmed
harness or heavy blackened plate
mail and a deep commanding voice;
a hunter in black studded leather
armour with two curved knives; an
ebony-skinned man with curving horns
and a loose red shirt and breeches;
ColorsRed, black

Sargonnas was summoned from the Beyond by Takhisis to be her consort. The two have had a rocky relationship through the eons, which ended with the War of Souls. Sargonnas also has a rough relationship with his children, Zeboim and Nuitari. Sargonnas hates the gods of Good, save for Kiri-Jolith, who he grudgingly respects.


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