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| domains          = Chaos, Evil, Nobility, Trickery
 
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Angry or brutalised halflings sometimes turn to the worship of Thamir Gixx, seeing him as representative of the dark side of halfling nature. Stories tell of worshipers who lay traps, tricks, and [[poison]]s on the residents of their home, always to the ultimate benefit of the halfling of course. Worshipers might also offer prayers to Norgorber as well, though never the other way around.<ref>{{Cite book/Inner Sea Gods|185}}</ref>
 
Angry or brutalised halflings sometimes turn to the worship of Thamir Gixx, seeing him as representative of the dark side of halfling nature. Stories tell of worshipers who lay traps, tricks, and [[poison]]s on the residents of their home, always to the ultimate benefit of the halfling of course. Worshipers might also offer prayers to Norgorber as well, though never the other way around.<ref>{{Cite book/Inner Sea Gods|185}}</ref>
  
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Revision as of 02:58, 16 January 2019

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Thamir Gixx
Thamir Gixx's unholy symbol.
(Deity)
Titles The Silent Blade
Home Back Alleys, Axis
Alignment Chaotic evil
Areas of Concern Greed
Opportunity
Thievery
Worshipers Halflings
Cleric Alignments
Domains Chaos, Evil, Nobility, Trickery
Subdomains Demon, Leadership, Thievery, Whimsy
Favored Weapon Dagger
Symbol Black dagger and circle
Sacred Animal Raccoon
Sacred Colors Black, brown
Images of Thamir Gixx

Source: The Reaper's Right Hand, pg(s). 69

Thamir Gixx is the halfling god of greed and opportunity and is mostly revered by cutpurses, assassins and mistreated halflings. Halflings often associate him with Norgorber, be it as a friend, minion, or slave. His last name matches the last name of the Primarch of Absalom and has already been changed in the past to match with the city leader. A black dagger with a white circle on the blade is Thamir's unholy symbol.[1][2]

Angry or brutalised halflings sometimes turn to the worship of Thamir Gixx, seeing him as representative of the dark side of halfling nature. Stories tell of worshipers who lay traps, tricks, and poisons on the residents of their home, always to the ultimate benefit of the halfling of course. Worshipers might also offer prayers to Norgorber as well, though never the other way around.[3]

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