Fuxhil, God of Desolation and dragons, was often depicted in his places of worship as a massive dragon, with narrowed eyes, long, thin, flowing mustaches, a gold and orange-scaled body, a hairy tail and elbows, and flames dancing from his nostrils. He was often depicted as clutching an egg in his jaws as well, or wrapping his long body around one in order to crush it.

Fuxhil was the brother of Nuwa, Mother of Creation.

He was worshipped, along with his sister, by the Pao-hsi.