(An-nock): The god of the Ankhorat, this is the god of death and rebirth. Outside of the Ankhorat, who revere him for all of his qualities, most only understand him as the god of death, and fear him. To the ignorant he is a grim reaper or devil, come to take their soul. There are numerous death cults that pray to him in such a visage. Some mid-wives pray to him for his other facet. He very rarely leaves his own realm, but is also one of the most compassionate and attuned to the will of his followers. In appearance, Annakh appears as a black silhouette of lithe proportions and indistinct gender, no other features.
Alone among the gods, he is the only one that is believed to have existed in the time of the All-god. Ancient scripture even suggests that the two may have been brothers. He stands apart from all other gods for this very reason. He does not give nor take counsel with the other gods, and it is common belief that he holds even their fates in his hands.