Tlaloc

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Tlaloc
Tlaloc symbol.png
Deer totem, or black reptilian head with bulging eyes and huge tusks
Alignment Lawful Evil
Divine Rank Intermediate God
Pantheon Aztec, Oerth (Olman)
Portfolio Rain
Domains Animal, Evil, Law, Pestilence, Plant, Water, Weather
Home Plane Prime Material, Tlalocan (Arcadia)
Worshippers Farmers, nobles, rulers
Favoured Weapon Javelin, sickle

Tlaloc is the Aztec and Olman god of rain, and husband to Chalchihuitlicue.

Appearance[edit]

Tlaloc appears as a black-clad lizardfolk with huge, bulging eyes and a massive, tusked maw.

Worshippers[edit]

Clerics of Tlaloc perform the many annual sacrifices to ensure a good season and prevent the crops from being destroyed by rot, cold, or disease. They also perform the monthly sacrifice of children to ensure rainfall and pray everyday to their god to remain in good favor with him. Tlaloc teaches them to respect and obey their superiors as well to cease any opportunity to advance their position whenever possible. They often lord over all who live off the land, expecting gratitude and obedience from them.

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