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Jhebbal Sag is a type of religion in Conan Exiles. It was added as the sixth and final one. The religion and its recipes are not learned during character creation, but inside its dedicated dungeon, the Midnight Grove, by defeating its boss and eating his Flesh of Remembrance. A Follower of Jhebbal Sag can extract blood from their victims and craft lures to attract creatures. Once you reach the highest level of worship you can craft the Claws of Jhebbal Sag.
For the Jhebbal Sag Priest and Archpriest, see the Priest page.
Description[edit | edit source]
- "Lord of the Beasts", "The "God of animals, nature, and savagery", and the lord of all animals and beasts, including men. Worshiping this god will assist in taming animals, making it a lot easier.
Uses[edit | edit source]
Bower of JhebbalSag[edit | edit source]
(Level 1 / 0 Knowledge Points)
Retreat of JhebbalSag[edit | edit source]
(Level 20 / 5 Knowledge Points)
- Upgrade to Retreat
- Headdress of Jhebbal Sag
- Reptile Lure
- Spider Lure
- Scorpion Lure
- Rocknose Lure
- Purify blood
Grove of JhebbalSag[edit | edit source]
(Level 50 / 11 Knowledge Points)
- Upgrade to Grove
- Feast of Jhebbal Sag1
- The Sign of Jhebbal Sag
- Feline Lure
- Sand Reaper Lure
- Demonic Lure
Blessings of JhebbalSag[edit | edit source]
(Level 60 / 7 Knowledge Points)
- 1: Crafted at Stove.
Combat[edit | edit source]
Jhebbal Sag's avatar is ...
- Attack 1 is ...
- Attack 2 is ...
- Special Attack is ...
Trivia[edit | edit source]
All animals, including man, once worshipped Jhebbal Sag, the Lord of Beasts, and spoke the same language. Now, most have forgotten, and only the largest, smartest and strongest animals remember the earliest days.
Those who remember are bound together, however, and can be controlled by one who serves Jhebbal Sag and knows the language of the animals.
In most cases the only men to remember the ancient language of Jhebbal Sag are those who are descended from his loins. According to legend, there are groves throughout Pictland and the Black Kingdoms where the old Beast Lord sometimes still visits and takes his pleasure among the females of the animal kingdom. Sometimes he mates with a pantheress, doe, or a woman. And from these matings come a steady supply of exceptional creatures who are brothers in spirit as well as blood. By demonstrating the power of the Call of Jhebbal Sag, the priests of Jhebbal Sag prove to be of the old god's blood.
A god of all beasts who lurk in the wild places, and men who act as beasts, fang and claw are the laws of Jhebbal Sag. The satisfaction of his primordial needs are his goals. For millions of years he has loped through his wild lands in the form of one great beast or another; for such is his pleasure. When man came he added them to his stable. From him they learned to rip and tear one another like beasts.
Jhebbal Sag is the leader of the animal gods (including Jullah the black gorilla-god and Jhil, the nighted god of ravens) and all of the other animal totems serve him.
Jhebbal Sag is worshipped almost universally in the Black Kingdoms, as well as among the tribes of the Pictish Wilderness.
Jhebbal Sag can manifest as one or several natural animals. He might also send one of the lesser animal gods (Jullah, Jhil, etc.) or their servitor creatures. It is said that Jhebbal Sag likes to come out at night; there are tales from men and women who have seen his eyes burning like yellow coals in the darkness.
Priests of Jhebbal Sag are usually shamans or witch doctors of a tribe. They hear the whisper of the Beast-Lord on the wind, bring meat to his altars in sacrifice, and bring women to his sacred groves.
In addition to being able to summon and speak with the animals who serve the Lord of Beasts, the priests of Jhebbal Sag also learn the secret of the magical Symbol of Jhebbal Sag, an ancient, mystic sign which even the wildest animal is cowed before, and draws not near.
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