The estranged and unacknowledged son of Gurzil, Baeron-Mal is the minor deity of beasts, wildness, and the hunt. It is said that once, long ago Gurzil was enjoying his spoils of war when his hordes presented him with a daughter of The Oak Father, a Kissiae, they found on they’re pillaged and conquered lands. Gurzil took the Kissiae and had his way with her before discarding her as nothing but another enemy conquered and moved on with his hordes. Baeron-Mal is the child birthed of this joining. Raised by his mother, Baeron-Mal became one with the spirits and life of nature. Unlike his mother though, rather than being one with the healing and naturally peaceful side of the wild, Baeron-Mal is akin to the spirits of nature’s great predators. Stalking, preying, and the thrill of the hunt are his ways. Though not entirely disowned by his grandfather, The Oak Father is not very close to his grandson and though they hold each other in mutual respect love is not lost on either.
Baeron-Mal usually takes the form of a Half Orc as he feels a certain kinship to them in both their origin and their duality in nature.