Mazl was the Southern Pagan Hare god of Autumn and Harvest season.
During the Great Hare Confederation War, Mazl was hailed often by the Southern Hares, who prayed and set offerings for the Hare god. Legend says that if a young Hare Maid is buried underneath a barren field, Mazl will be merciful, and allow vegetation to grow in the area.
Mazl is often seen wearing some sort of orange robe, and his fur being the color of flax. He his the Southern Equivalent Shlii, who is the Northern Pagan Hare god of Autumn and Harvest Season.