|Areas of Concern|| Cannibalism|
|Worshipers||Cannibal tribes, giants, and wendigos|
|Domains||Air, Chaos, Evil, Weather|
|Subdomains||Cloud, Ice, Storms, Wind|
|Symbol||Antlered wooden humanoid effigy|
Source: In Search of Sanity, pg(s). 68
|Type|| Monstrous humanoid|
(air, chaotic, cold, evil, Great Old One)
Source: In Search of Sanity, pg(s). 82f.
Ithaqua is capable of travelling on icy winds between planets with magnetic poles and arctic circles. He only has any influence at all on the areas north of each world's arctic circle; in the south, he can only stay very briefly and holds no influence. Whether he is able to visit only planets with arctic circles, or whether the arctic circles exist due to Ithaqua's visits in their earliest days, is unclear.
In his realm, Ithaqua often leaves behind rampant cannibalism and wendigos after his visits, and often abducts people to walk with him into the skies, and later fall to death or be transformed into a wendigo.
Ithaqua appears as a 50-foot-tall monstrous humanoid with unnaturally long limbs. His webbed feet are always concealed in blasts of thick cold winds, and always leave behind monstrous tracks in the snow. Onlookers rarely remember his shape beyond his two glowing red eyes.
Church of Ithaqua
Ithaqua is primarily worshipped by cannibals, giants, and wendigos in arctic regions. Worshippers fearful of starvation or the loss of morality might leave sacrifices to him in the highest boughs of a pine tree. Ithaqua is rarely worshipped south of the arctic circle.
- Original Source: August Derleth, "The Thing That Walked on the Wind", 1933; James Jacobs. (2016). The Elder Mythos. In Search of Sanity, p. 68. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-882-3
- James Jacobs. (2016). The Elder Mythos. In Search of Sanity, p. 68. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-882-3
- Eric Hindley, James Jacobs, Jenny Jarzabski, and F. Wesley Schneider. (2016). Bestiary. In Search of Sanity, p. 83. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-882-3