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Title(s) The Sea Mother
Home plane Elemental Plane of Water
Power level Intermediate
Alignment Neutral Evil (CE tendencies)
Portfolio Darkness, Insanity, Revenge
Domains Destruction, Evil, Water
Design details

In the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, Blibdoolpoolp (/blɪbˈdlpp/ blib-DOOL-poop or /ˈblɪbdlpp/ BLIB-dool-poop)[1] is the deity worshipped by the kuo-toa race. She is also known as the "Sea Mother."

Publication history[edit]

Blibdoolpoolp was first fully described in Shrine of the Kuo-Toa (1978) by Gary Gygax,[2] and subsequently appeared in the compilation volumes D1-2 Descent into the Depths of the Earth (1981),[3] and Queen of the Spiders (1986).[4] She was fully detailed in Deities and Demigods (1980).[5]

Blibdoolpoolp was detailed in the book Monster Mythology (1992), including details about her priesthood.[6] Her role in the cosmology of the Planescape campaign setting was described in On Hallowed Ground (1996).[7]

Blibdoolpoolp was described briefly in Defenders of the Faith (2000).[8] Her priesthood is detailed for 3rd edition in Complete Divine (2004).[9]

Blibdoolpoolp is mentioned in the Kuo-Toa entry of the Monster Manual of 5th edition.[10]


Blibdoolpoolp usually takes the form of a 20-foot-tall (6.1 m) nude human female, with a lobster's head and claws in place of humanoid parts. At close range, her gaze causes insanity.


Though the demon lord Dagon also has followers among the kuo-toa, Blibdoolpoolp's feelings on this are unknown.


Blibdoolpoolp's realm is called "The Murky Depths," and is located on the Elemental Plane of Water.


Blibdoolpoolp is worshipped chiefly by kuo-toa. It's been suggested that the froglike mother goddess worshiped by the grippli may be a more benign aspect of Blibdoolpoolp.


Priests of the Sea Mother are called "whips" and wear pearl-colored vestments, shell helms, and drape themselves in nets as part of ceremonies.

Holy days, temples, and rituals[edit]

Blibdoolpoolp's holy day is the new moon, and rituals are held in underwater shrines. Gems, pearls, humans, and lobsters (her sacred animal) are sacrificed to her monthly.


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