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Dogar and Kazon are the twin gods of death and destruction worshipped by the Ilwrath race. They represent everything that is evil in the universe. They represent a new development in Ilwrath theology, existing in direct opposition to the pantheon of gods representing virtue and social order that existed in ancient Ilwrath civilizations, whom the Ilwrath now believe Dogar and Kazon to have destroyed. As the Pkunk insinuate, the Dogar and Kazon religion may exist as a cultural reaction against the enforced order and empathy mandated by the old, strict Ilwrath religion, against which the Ilwrath have swung to the other pole.
It is not clear whether Dogar and Kazon actually exist; they are certainly not in the class of supernatural beings the Pkunk define as gods, since the Pkunk have never detected them in any capacity in their psychic explorations of the Fourth Astral Plane, where, according to them, divine beings are most likely to be found. Though the Ilwrath once communicated with the two entities through an elite class of priests, they later rebelled against these priests, whom they felt had grown corrupt and insufficiently dedicated to the cause of evil, on the orders of new entities claiming to be Dogar and Kazon and communicating over audio on a well-known Hyperwave channel — Channel 44. It is now known that these communications were falsified, first by the Umgah and later by the Human Captain of the New Alliance of Free Stars, using a specially built Umgah Hyperwave Broadcaster (or possibly the Burvixese Hyperwave Broadcaster).
Dogar and Kazon are portrayed physically as huge, voracious beings with mandibles that consume the victims of Ilwrath ritual sacrifice. Dogar The Black is known for having forty-four eyes that see into the forty-four planes of existence. Common reference is also made to Dogar's distinct, all-seeing green eye which peers into our plane, often identified with the sun of the Ilwrath home planet (known to Humans as Alpha Tauri). Kazon The Unseen, on the other hand, appears to be some sort of gigantic representation of an amorphous organism with halitosis, described as having forty-four sub-tongues, each with forty-four huge, writhing cilia that allow it to draw in and swallow its prey. Additionally, certain titles the Ilwrath use for the gods seem to imply that Dogar is a straightforward destroyer, and Kazon a deceitful, furtive murderer.
Although the specifics about the two gods' nature is nebulous, and they have many appellations:
As a whole
- As a duo:
- "The Arch-Deific Duo"
- "The Deadly Duo"
- "The Mighty Duo"
- "The Wicked Pair"
- "The Terrible Twosome"
- "The Duo Of Darkness"
- "The Duo Of Deception"
- "The Deific Duo Of Destruction"
- As gods:
- "The Twin Gods Of Death"
- "Great Gods Of Evil And Darkness"
- "Gods Of Darkness And Pain"
- "Cruel And Evil Lords Of Darkness"/"Divine Lords Of Darkness"/"Mighty Lords Of Darkness"
- "The Dark Lords Of Deception"
- As twins:
- "The Evil Twins"
- "The Twins Of Darkness"/"The Heinous Twins Of Darkness"
- "The Dark Twins"/"The Dark Twins Of Death"
- "The Twins Of Excruciation"
- "The Cruel Twins Of Pain And Death"
- "Glorious, Unmerciful Destructors"
- "Dark And Gruesome Masters"
- "The Killer In A Black Cloak"
- "The Great Destroyer"
- "The Bloody-Clawed Murderer"
- "The Dark Beast With A Thousand Young"
- "The Great Deceiver"
- "The Malevolent Evil In The Darkness"
- "The Unstoppable Monster Who Has No Pity"
- "The Hungry Lurker In The Night"