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Oaur-Ooung

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Oaur-Ooung
(Deity)
Titles The Blistering Womb
Home Abyss
Alignment Chaotic evil
Areas of Concern Tainted oceans
Vile fecundity
Cleric Alignments
Domains Chaos, Evil, Plant, Water
Subdomains Decay, Fear, Growth, Oceans
Favored Weapon Trident
Symbol Jellyfish shaped rune
Sacred Animal None
Sacred Colors Blue

Source: Beyond the Doomsday Door, pg(s). 65
Oaur-Ooung
(Creature)
Type Outsider
(aquatic, chaotic, evil, extraplanar, qlippoth)
CR 23
Environment Any (Abyss)
Alignment

Source: Bestiary 6, pg(s). 236

Oaur-Ooung is an aquatic qlippoth lord and the horrifically fecund mother of countless qlippoth hordes.[1]

Appearance

Oaur-Ooung resembles a gigantic, pale, poisonous fungoid creature swelling with blisters. Her main body is 120 feet long, and if necessary her twitching tendrils can stretch like those of a jellyfish for miles.[1]

Home

Oaur-Ooung drifts in a toxic, impossibly deep, and immense Abyssal ocean that she shares with numerous smaller leviathans. She keeps no lair for herself and spends her time spawning an endless number of qlippoth. Some drown or are eaten by Oaur-Ooung, but countless others escape.[1]

Cults

Oaur-Ooung's cultists, who usually live on desolate coastlines or near shipwrecks, believe that the qlippoth will eventually achieve their goal. The cultists want to be transformed into qlippoth and live on, and do not care about losing their memories and personalities in the process. Many reject their racial identities to modify their bodies, and sacrifices to Oaur-Ooung are often subjected to fleshwarping designed to evolve the faithful and consume their enemies.[1]

Relationships

Oaur-Ooung is the mother of the demon lord Cyth-V'sug, who was once a qlippoth lord. When he exhibited the first signs of transformation into a demon lord, it was she who noticed this change, threatened to destroy him, and forced him to flee to the upper Abyss. It is said that Oaur-Ooung is growing something new and unprecedentedly large in a blisterwomb.[2][3]

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