Chief of the Tuatha de Danann
The gods and goddesses of Celts.
These are the major deities of the Celtic pantheon
The Dagda was chief of the Irish Tuatha dé Danann, god of life and death, agriculture and fertility. A learned advisor and master of druidic magic, he possessed a cauldron that provided plenty, a massive club that granted life or death, and an enchanted harp that ordered the seasons.