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In the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, Trithereon is the god of individuality, liberty, retribution, and self-defense. His holy symbol is the Rune of Pursuit, which resembles the triskelion.
Trithereon is depicted as a young man with red-gold hair, tall and well-built, wearing a chainmail shirt with clothes of blue or violet. He is armed with three magic weapons: a sword named Freedom's Tongue; a spear called Krelestro, the Harbinger of Doom; and a scepter known as the Baton of Retribution.
Clergy and templesEdit
Trithereon's priests oppose slavery and other forms of oppression. They favor spears, swords, and clubs. The Knights of the Chase are closely linked with the church of Trithereon.
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