The Giants of old suffered much at the hands of men, not least their exile to the places men dare not go, where lie forces and beings unknown to the world, things that crawled or flew undisturbed until the giants came and were then changed by their meeting. In time came the oghurüc, deviant giants with foul dispositions and a single eye that many believe can see into the soul, hateful creatures that revere their gods through the suffering of others. Magágg is one such, an oghurüc of wild nature that descends into the world of men to appease his gods, sacrificing the undefiled thus found upon menhirs of rune-bound stone within circles of others, the oghu circles that the Albainn revere as pathways to the underworld. Life begets life, and through sacrifice the oghurüc believe they are atoning for the sins of their own lives and thus eventually return to the forms they once had. Gods, however, are nothing if not fickle, and thus far the oghurüc remain the vile creatures they are.