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Which Diety Hates Undead?


Pathfinder Campaign Setting General Discussion


Quick question.
I'm at work and the SRD and PRD are blocked.

Which diety or dieties really hate undead?


Pharasma

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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The deities who hate undead the most would be: Sarenrae and Pharasma.

All of the good deities dislike undead, but it's Sarenrae and Pharasma who hate undead the most.


Pharasma is the one who hates undeath the most.


Sarenrae

Edit: Ninja'd


thx muchly.


In order: Pharasma, then Sarenrae. Bigots!

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