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God of Slaughter
Race God
Birthplace Theros

Mogis is the God of Slaughter on Theros. He is associated with black and red mana.


Mogis, the dark twin of the god Iroas, is the horned god of wrath and pain. He is associated with slaughter, violence, bloodlust, war, and cannibalism. He is worshipped by minotaurs and is known to take the form of a minotaur, as well. His "red eye" is used as a profanity in Meletis relating to violent death, while Akroan warriors are warned of the threat of giving in to his whims.

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Title Author Publishing date Set Setting (plane) Featuring
The Walls of Akros Kelly Digges 2014-02-26 Born of the Gods Theros Akroan Phalanx, Minotaurs, Iroas, Mogis

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The character of Mogis is inspired by a partial aspect of Ares, the Greek god of war. But he is actually closer to Ares' sons Deimos ("Dread") and Phobos ("Fear") and Ares' wife Enyo, goddess of war, destruction, conquest, and bloodlust. His appearance is inspired by the Minotaur.

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