Thahn Hoang

  • Ancient Gods
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By Crusader1307

In Ancient Vietnamese Culture – ''Thahn Hoang'' was a ''Protection Deity'', common to many Cities, Towns and Villages. Dating to the 9th Century AD, Thanh Hoang was invoked to protect a Communities defensive ''abilities'' (non-Human assets). Seen as a form of Demon Centuries later, He often performed ''miraculous'' feats, such as never allowing a superior Enemy to breach ''weak or non-fortified walls'', or drowning in Defensive Moats. Hoang also inflicted plague against invading Armies to Vietnam. He was portrayed in Art as a ''Celestial King'' (Human), sitting on a Throne. His Icon (normally a painting) can still be found in some Communities.