Yogath Hob (Supreme
Entity): Symbol of Evil. Yogath Hob
takes the form of a black tree. This is a symbol of pure,
eternal evil, the diametric opposite of the Silver Tree, but not really a
god or entity. First worshipped on Inzeladun during the First Age,
Yogath Hob was soon forgotten. The use of Yogath Hob resurfaced in
the Sixth Age when Sir Grimhelm of Indor used the Silver Tree as his
symbol, causing the reaction of others using the black tree.
Despite not being a deity, Yogath Hob does have clerics and worshipers who believe otherwise. Those who follow Yogath Hob are considered to have no particular deity and may select any two domains to represent their spiritual inclinations and abilities. The follower's alignment must be non-Good. A cleric of Yogath Hob is expected to pillage, destroy, and sabotage.
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