Hurdaan

(Lord of Nature, the Oak Father, Old Father Tree)

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Divine Rank/Status: Greater Power
Symbol: Oak Leaf
Home Plane - Demesne: Ythrak Lakdanaan - Oakenheart
Superior: None
Portfolio: Change of Seasons, Druids, Nature
Alignment: N

Cleric Alignments: N, NG
Domains: Animal, Plant, Protection, Renewal, Sun, Weather
Favored Weapon: Staff
Major Houses of Worship: Hurdaan's Mirror, Various Druidic Groves
Militant Orders: N/A

Avatar Appearance:

  • A tall, thin man with weathered, bark-like skin, moss-like beard, grey-green eyes. Dressed in leaf-shaped scale armor carrying a gnarled staff
  • A huge treant
  • A swirling column of oak leaves

History & Relationships: Hurdaan is a god who prefers to be alone, not because he dislikes his fellow deities, he prefers the solitude of the forests of the Beastlands. Though generally slow to anger, he is a terrible enemy to behold. Hurdaan is also friends with a majority of the various Beast Lords.

Hurdaan was a more of a major player in the Gods Fall conflicts than he ever intended. He criss-crossed the lands doing whatever he could to lessen the destruction and upheaval caused by the seemingly endless conflicts. He did merge/combine with at least one other deity, Emmantiensien, god of Treants. He is believed to have have destroyed the god Vaprak, and driven several Demon/Devil powers back to their home planes.

Despite his preference for solitude Hurdaan does maintain relations with others in the pantheon. He has friendly relations with Khurne and Elvaara, is on good terms with Zamora, and maintains a good-natured rivalry with Droghaan. His relationship with Chyronn is strained at best and Hurdaan often works quietly in the background to hamper Chyronn's schemes.

Dogma: TBD

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