Called the Breaker, the Master of Despair, and the Bringer of Doom and Destruction. Azhull's portfolio includes aspects of disease, woe, sickness, suffering, turmoil, chaos, evil deeds, anger, famine, panic, nightmares, torture, and aggression.
Most people would agree that worshipers of Azhull (prn: Aas Shull) are either insane, filled with anger, or filled with a lust for power. Perhaps all three is closer to the truth. Azhull is known for the promotion of destruction and chaos. It is a god worshiped by those who admire civilizations where the strong crush the weak into submission. Peace loving folk do not
Direction of Faith
The ultimate result of Azhull's goals is utter annihilation of all things, the return of the world to primordial chaos. The world is
already slowly decaying, falling apart. The entropy is inevitable because it is the desire of the multiverse to return to its most basic
state of endless turmoil. Priests of Azhull revel in the destruction of civilizations and they use their powers to further this cause:
to hasten the time when the multiverse is naught but a sea of anarchy. Some priests of Azhull believe that a revolution of body and
thought will occur as this time draws near and that those who have embraced the coming chaos will be transformed into beings of pure
chaos and instinct, called Anarchs, who will exist as supreme beings of infinite possibility.
Priests of Azhull rise to power through what can best be described as a rampage of destructive tendencies. Some priests quietly orchestrate the downfall of kingdoms from behind the scenes; betraying key confidences and working to ensure that a vacuum of power is created when the ruling powers crumble and no suitable replacement can be arranged. Other priests of Azhull burn brightly, satisfied only by abrupt and often bloody acts of brutality and rebellion. Those which become prominent relish their power over lesser men, which they unhesitatingly commit to violent ends, letting the strong survive and the weak perish.
Azhull is directly opposed by Lathidus, but all gods oppose the ultimate goals of Azhull since it can only result in their own destruction as well. Despite this opposition, Azhull's corruption continues to flourish, no more stoppable than the undeniable decay which afflicts all that is created.