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The Summoner 

Home Plane:

Olympian Glades of Arborea 

Power Level:



Chaotic Good 


Individuality, Liberty, Retribution, Self-Defense 


Chaos, Good, Protection, Strength 



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Trithereon is the god of individuality, liberty, retribution, and self-defense in the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and the 3rd Edition default pantheon of deities. His holy symbol is the Rune of Pursuit, which resembles the triskelion.

Trithereon is a foe of evil and oppression. His love of freedom sometimes causes him to come into conflict with other good deities, such as Pholtus and Heironeous.


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.

Trithereon often appears with three summoned animals which serve him without question: Nemoud the Hound, Harrus the Falcon, and Carolk the Sea Lizard.

Clergy and temples[edit]

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.


External links[edit]

There is an article about Trithereon at the Great Library of Greyhawk.

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