Tzatzimime is a being of pure Chaos. It cares for nothing save destruction and would destroy the very world in a heartbeat if allowed to, but it bears a canny intelligence as well. It was the cause of the last Great Cataclysm, and was only defeated by the united forces of most of the gods of Ocean, and the sacrifice of the entire Elven pantheon. It cannot be killed, as it is a fundamental force that is necessary for the world to function, so it was locked away deep within the planet, hopefully forever.
Tzatzimime is antagonistic with all the other deities of Ocean. It has no interest in any of them except as tools to manipulate towards its goals, but this is not something it excels at. It is particularly hated by the Elves for its role in the destruction of their gods and homeland.
Tzatzimime appears to be a roiling vortex of pure entropic energy, flashes of discordant colors ripple through its mass at random. When it speaks, its voice seems to come from everywhere, and grates like fingernails on a slate.
Church of TzatzimimeThe Church of Tzatzimime has two goals at this time. The first is to simply cause as much destruction as possible. The second is to free their god from its prison so it can finally destroy the world. They just want to watch the world burn.
Worshippers and Clergy
Very few among the “civilized” lands actually worship Tzatzimime, and even fewer do so publicly. Due to their tenets, the religion is proscribed in all but the most anarchistic civilizations, and worship of the god is illegal. His followers are primarily psychopaths and madmen, but on occasion philosophers, intellectuals or bored nobles will adopt the faith for one reason or another. Revolutionaries fighting against slavery or tyranny will sometimes adopt his as well, as a symbol of tearing down the oppressor and the chaos of freedom, but this fervor is often corrupted to more destructive ends.
Temples and Shrines
The few temples that are devoted to Tzatzimime are heavily fortified castles. They know they are almost universally reviled, and their god will not protect them. Small shrines occasionally are erected by lone madmen or cells of followers to commemorate great acts of destruction. They are frequently torn down when discovered by civilized individuals, but this too is an act that gives power to the god.
Holy Texts Tzatzimime has no surviving holy texts.