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'''Baal-Zebuth''' is an mythical being mentioned in ''[[A Shard of Ice]]''. A would-be assailant utters the name as an oath when he realizes he has chosen a witcher as his target, then runs away.
 
'''Baal-Zebuth''' is an mythical being mentioned in ''[[A Shard of Ice]]''. A would-be assailant utters the name as an oath when he realizes he has chosen a witcher as his target, then runs away.
   
In non-canon ''[[Kres cudów]]'' short story, '''Baal-Zebuth''' (or '''Baal-Zethub''') is described as a dark deity worshipped in [[Eastern Lands|the East]], an eternal enemy to [[Raróg]]. His symbol is double star.
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In the non-canon short story ''[[Kres cudów]]'', '''Baal-Zebuth''' (or '''Baal-Zethub''') is described as a dark deity worshipped in [[Eastern Lands|the East]], an eternal enemy to [[Raróg]]. His symbol is double star.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 19:33, 18 June 2019

Baal-Zebuth is an mythical being mentioned in A Shard of Ice. A would-be assailant utters the name as an oath when he realizes he has chosen a witcher as his target, then runs away.

In the non-canon short story Kres cudów, Baal-Zebuth (or Baal-Zethub) is described as a dark deity worshipped in the East, an eternal enemy to Raróg. His symbol is double star.