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Thurunzahn

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The “Eternal Wisdom”, Thurunzahn is the mystical religion of the people of Rigzahb.

-The Eight Black Gods of Rigzahb (mostly malevolent, very powerful deities, must be placated with offerings and rituals; seen as being evil in intent, full of rage, jealousy, hatred, so on.
(Ziriz, Amduhdig, Darahnziz, Tangruahd, Huruhndreng, Sauraupz, Charingnah, Kaurngzebdah)

-The Denizens of the Blue World (nebulous gods or deific concepts; blue world= world of magic, world of spirits, underworld, association with water, mystery, quality of the unknown and the unknowable, the hidden things… somewhat like the Sidhe of Irish mythology…)

-Aurangzeb, the Crimson God (keep? perhaps heretical/splinter cult groups revere Aurangzeb)

Going for a sort of Hindu-ish very mystical and mysterious feel here… Dark smoky temples, many-armed statues, bells and chimes

The Crimson Hats of Rigzahb, priests of the Thurunzahn
The “pope” of the Crimson Hats is The Arigvedah



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