Wild and untamed, Trothfang's bloody wars have killed thousands. He delights in torture and slow, messy deaths (his favorite weapon is the barb-tipped spear), and thrives on drinking the fresh blood of those who have fallen. If he truly hates someone, he will devour their flesh in front of them as they die, and then rip their heart out and eat it with much relish. A god of cannibalism, his servants are an entourage of the world's foulest and most savage killers, and those who dare challenge Trothfang are often faced with slow dismemberment and left to bleed to death. Trothfang's parties are often quite chaotic, involving much wine and debauchery and still more destruction; the results of his parties usually involve several dead. Trothfang has no honor in combat; for him, anything goes (this is why many suspect he is the inventor of the technique of two-handed beer mug brawling). He also is the god of primitive life and despises civilization; he loves to see cities fall, and will dance over the bones of a ruined city with much glee. Centaurs worship Trothfang, delighting in his cruelty and taking on the effects of an untamed life.
- Crossing Temple, Eyes of the 13
- Shard, Temple of Darkness - no favor orbs
- Inside the Chapel in Steelclaw Clan.
- mobar blood
- alcoholic drinks
- Trothfang fire peppers
- centaur beads
- parchment centaur primers
- Immortal Trothfang cards
Artwork and Depictions
As with all the Immortals, various works of art to the god can be found throughout the realms.
Temple of the North Wind Frieze
Found NW from the entrance:
- Carved with minute attention to detail, ravaged bodies lie strewn across a battlefield like broken dolls. In the foreground, a centaur pins one wounded warrior to the ground, a massive hoof planted on the man's chest. Kneeling beside the fighter, a faceless figure presses the tip of a serrated scythe below the man's eye. Several thin lines trace his cheek and jaw, proving this is not the first cut the soldier has suffered. Etched beneath the scene are the words, "Terror and Pain: Torturers at Work."
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