Extiru (ehks-tei-rooh)
Physical Description
Species Gender Form(s)
Ontautt Male Armoured Warlord
Religious Information
Titles Domains Holy Text
The Blade Lord War, Destruction The Rux
Clothes Armour Weaponry Seen With
Deity Robes Suit of the Onslaught Warlord’s Axes Ontautt


Main Article: Ontiba 1:2

Aster created Extiru so that the former Deity would not have to learn how to clean up his mistakes and mould them, but instead destroy them.


There is nothing too large for Extiru to destroy. Extiru has destroyed everything from the smallest creature to the largest star-planet (including Astran, if the Rux is to be believed). He is also regarded as presiding over strength in battles, whether physical confrontation, or long military campaigns. Though he is often regarded as the least intelligent and sensible of the Eight, he is usually attributed prowess in conducting large-scale and long-term military campaigns.


Two of the most powerful artifacts in Omneutta, the Suit of the Onslaught and his Warlord’s Axes are Extiru’s personal tools of destruction. Depicted often as one large dual-sided axe, the Axes actually separate into a small axe and a large scythe with a spear-point on the other end. Likely hyperbole, the metal teeth at the core of the Suit of the Onslaught are said to be used to devour celestial bodies.

View of Sentient Species

The creation of his own Sentient Species was borne from his own self loathing and jealousy of the other Deities who had Sentient Species. His view of the other six Sentient Species stems from this and is different from most of the other Deities. Originally, Extiru attempted to use the Sentient Species – more than just his own Xiruen – as means to his own ends in reshaping Omneutta as he saw fit. By the Timekeeping Reset these practices became outlawed among the Deities, and it is unknown if he continues them in modernity.


As the personification of war, Extiru is often called for in times of battle crisis—especially by Sha’an remnants and reigns.

Ontiba 1:2
Ontiba 2:1-3


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