Chaugnar Faugn

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Chaugnar Faugn

The Horror from the Hills
A shallow cave lost within the depths of a desolate stretch of rugged hill country
Areas of Concern
Remote hill country
Remote country folk
Cleric Alignments (1E)
Domains (1E)
Chaos, Death, Evil, War
Subdomains (1E)
Blood, Entropy, Murder, Tactics
Favored Weapon
Elephantine visage with a bloody trunk
Source: In Search of Sanity, pg(s). 66

Chaugnar Faugn1 is the Great Old One of blood, patience, and remote hill country.2


Chaugnar Faugn hides, dormant and immobile, in a shallow cave hidden in a desolate, rugged hill country.2


Chaugnar Faugn resembles a humanoid elephant with veined ears, enormous curved tusks, and a trunk ending in a jawless mouth which he uses to drink blood.2


Most of Chaugnar Faugn's cults hail from rugged hill countries and adopt their patron's patience: they are willing to wait for generations before executing a planned raid or revenge. Their enemies sometimes mistakenly assume that they have been wiped out in a brutal conflict, but the truth is that they are simply biding their time. When Chaugnar Faugn wakes, though, both worshippers and non-worshippers are equal prey.2


  1. Original Source: Frank Belknap Long, "The Horror from the Hills", 1931;James Jacobs. “The Elder Mythos” in In Search of Sanity, 66. Paizo Inc., 2016
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 James Jacobs. “The Elder Mythos” in In Search of Sanity, 66. Paizo Inc., 2016