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Also, this blog post is listed in the Additional Resources as legal for PFS play, so that gives subdomains for most of the minor dieties.

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I updated the Document with the list deities that are PFS legal choices for PCs.

Instead of choosing a Deity those that own Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies now have the option of choosing a Pantheon of Deities. Please note that Clerics, inquisitors, paladins, cavaliers of the order of the star, samurai of the order of the star are still restricted to choosing one Deity that is allowed according to the PFS guide and additional resources and cannot choose a Pantheon. I have added a separate list of Pantheons allowed according to additional resources below the list of gods.

Here is the Updated Source

Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies: Pantheons: all pantheons on page 21 are legal for play except demon lords

New Pantheons:
The following Pantheons are newly authorized. An asterisk after a deity’s name indicates that he or she is the head of the pantheon:

Archdevils (Aligned, Racial, and Cultural): Deities Asmodeus* (LE), Baalzebul (LE), Barbatos (LE), Belial (LE), Dispater (LE), Geryon (LE), Mammon (LE), Mephistopheles (LE), Moloch (LE) – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies
Ascended Pantheon (Cultural): Deities Cayden Cailean (CG), Iomedae (LG), Norgorber (NE), Aroden (prior to his death), sometimes Irori (LN) and Nethys (N) – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies
Dwarven Pantheon (Racial): Deities Angradd (LG), Bolka (NG), Dranngvit (LN), Folgrit (LG), Grundinnar (LG), Kols (LN), Magrim (LN), Torag* (LG), Trudd (NG) – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies
Eldest (Cultural and Racial): Deities Count Ranalc (CN), Green Mother (NE), Imbrex (LN), Lantern King (CN), Lost Prince (N), Magdh (LN), Ng (N), Ragadahn (CE), Shyka (N) – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies
Elven Pantheon (Racial): Deities Calistria* (CN), Desna (CG), Findeladlara (CG), Ketephys (CG), Nethys (N), Yuelral (NG) – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies
Empyreal Lords (Aligned and Cultural): Deities Andoletta (LG), Arshea (NG), Korada (NG), Ragathiel (LG), Sinashakti (CG), Valani (CG), many others – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies
Order of the God Claw Pantheon (Aligned): Deities Abadar (LN), Asmodeus (LE), Iomedae (LG), Irori (LN), Torag (LG) – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies
Sandpoint Pantheon (Cultural): Deities Abadar (LN), Desna (CG), Erastil (LG), Gozreh (N), Sarenrae (NG), Shelyn (NG) – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies
Taldan Pantheon (Cultural): Deities Abadar (LN), Cayden Cailean (CG), Norgorber (NE), Shelyn (NG) – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies
Vudrani Pantheon (Cultural): Deities Chamidu (N), Dhalavei (LE), Gruhastha (LG), Irori* (LN), Lahkgya (CE), Likha (N), Ragdya (N), Raumya (NE), Suyuddha (LN), Vineshvakhi (LN), Vritra (LE), thousands of other deities – Sources: Pathfinder Player Companion - Faiths & Philosophies

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Glad to see Aspu in the list. My Inquisitor Nagaji worships the first god, wanted the Scalykind domain.

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there is a group of Deitys in the books of the damned ... I know at one point I was looking for one w/ specific Domains .. and Barbarica came to my notice as one that would have fit ... but isnt legal ...

I found a reason why they wernt ... but for the life of me I cant remember what the reason was

5/5 ⦵⦵⦵

Yay for Apsu.

Now to get the pamphlets done on my hermean travel agent/mystic theurge.


With the release of the Bestiary 4, what are the chances of the Great Old Ones being included in the approved list? I have a few characters that would I love to have worship Cthulhu or Azathoth.

Also, what about the Four Horsemen?


3 pages of postings and not a single mention of The Living God? Seriously? Son, I am disappoint.

Razmir, as one of the Ascended, is clearly a god. He can grant the Law, Evil, Charm, and Trickery Domains to his clerics. He has a well established church. He has hundreds of worshippers and a nation dedicated to His church. He single handedly destroyed a major city overnight and conquered the Test of the Starstone. Why isn't he on the list of available gods? Is it because the other gods ignore him? They are just jealous; Razmir says so. At least He is available to visit. Razmir keeps a holy domain right on the material plane unlike all those other snobby gods.

He even had his own module for crying out load......


Thanks, helped a lot on picking a god for my new cleric. Kudos

Liberty's Edge 5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

Seems I missed an update in Additional Resources for Chronicle of the Righteous, so I have made the following change:

Removed Irez as an authorized deity per the additional resources.

Updated Document can be found here


wow...thanks for putting all this together Dragnmoon!

Liberty's Edge 5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

I updated the Document with the list of deities that are legal choices for PCs.

No new gods were added but a new source was added to additional resources.

Pathfinder Player Companion - Champions of Balance: Deities: all deities on the inside front cover are legal for play

The following Deities have the above added as a source:

Abadar
Besmara
Calistria
Daikitsu
Gorum
Gozreh
Groetus
Hei Feng
Irori
Nalinivati
Nethys
Pharasma
Sivanah
Sun Wukong
Yamatsumi


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Majuba wrote:
Rei wrote:
Page 41: wrote:

If you use the subdomains presented in the

Pathfinder RPG Advanced Player’s Guide, clerics of empyreal
lords gain access to all subdomain options available to them
from their empyreal lord’s domains, with the exception
of the following subdomains (which are never granted by
empyreal lords): Daemon, Decay, Deception, Demon, Devil,
Inevitable, Murder, Nightmare, Protean, and Undead.
All sub-domain options? Isn't that a bit much? I thought most of the actual gods only have one of the two options per domain.

...am I right in assuming, that this does not make the "arson" subdomain from "Goblins of Golarion" legal? (It's a "Fire" subdomain).

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Hey!

I don't see the All Powerful Banjo on that list!

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Derwalt wrote:
Majuba wrote:
Rei wrote:
Page 41: wrote:

If you use the subdomains presented in the

Pathfinder RPG Advanced Player’s Guide, clerics of empyreal
lords gain access to all subdomain options available to them
from their empyreal lord’s domains, with the exception
of the following subdomains (which are never granted by
empyreal lords): Daemon, Decay, Deception, Demon, Devil,
Inevitable, Murder, Nightmare, Protean, and Undead.
All sub-domain options? Isn't that a bit much? I thought most of the actual gods only have one of the two options per domain.
...am I right in assuming, that this does not make the "arson" subdomain from "Goblins of Golarion" legal? (It's a "Fire" subdomain).

Is there an Empyreal Lord with the Arson subdomain? If so, it's legal. If not, it's illegal.

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Derwalt wrote:
Majuba wrote:
Rei wrote:
Page 41: wrote:

If you use the subdomains presented in the

Pathfinder RPG Advanced Player’s Guide, clerics of empyreal
lords gain access to all subdomain options available to them
from their empyreal lord’s domains, with the exception
of the following subdomains (which are never granted by
empyreal lords): Daemon, Decay, Deception, Demon, Devil,
Inevitable, Murder, Nightmare, Protean, and Undead.
All sub-domain options? Isn't that a bit much? I thought most of the actual gods only have one of the two options per domain.
...am I right in assuming, that this does not make the "arson" subdomain from "Goblins of Golarion" legal? (It's a "Fire" subdomain).

Based on the highlighted part, I think that's correct.

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I major update will be coming in the next few days to include Pathfinder Adventure Path: Empty Graves and Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods.

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Thanks, Dragnmoon. You've provided a terrific service to the PFS community.

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RainyDayNinja wrote:
Derwalt wrote:
Majuba wrote:
Rei wrote:
Page 41: wrote:

If you use the subdomains presented in the

Pathfinder RPG Advanced Player’s Guide, clerics of empyreal
lords gain access to all subdomain options available to them
from their empyreal lord’s domains, with the exception
of the following subdomains (which are never granted by
empyreal lords): Daemon, Decay, Deception, Demon, Devil,
Inevitable, Murder, Nightmare, Protean, and Undead.
All sub-domain options? Isn't that a bit much? I thought most of the actual gods only have one of the two options per domain.
...am I right in assuming, that this does not make the "arson" subdomain from "Goblins of Golarion" legal? (It's a "Fire" subdomain).
Based on the highlighted part, I think that's correct.

Note that page 41 of the Chronicles of the Righteous is not set as legal in the Additional Resources.

In addition, Additional Resources info for Inner Sea Gods is available now.
"Subdomains: all subdomains on pages 224–227 are legal except arson"

Also do note that what subdomains each Empyreal lord gives access to are now available in the Inner Sea Gods.

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I updated the Document with the list deities that are PFS legal choices for PCs.

A lot of new gods were added (52) from both new sources that were added to additional resources.

Almost all the Gods that were already authorized, Inner Sea Gods was added as a source. The only ones that did not get Inner Sea gods added as a source were the Gods first introduced in Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Dragon Empires Gazetteer, Pathfinder Player Companion: Dragon Empires Primer and the new gods added from Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6).

Below is what was added to Additional Resources:

Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6): Gods: the gods on page 65–75 are legal for play

Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods:Gods: all of the gods listed in the appendix are legal choices except daemon harbingers, great old ones, infernal dukes, malebranche, nascent demon lords, orc deities, outer gods, qlippoth lords, and whore queens

New Gods:

Aegirran NG – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment NG/LG/CG/N)
Ahriman NE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment N)
Alazhra NE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment N)
Aldinach CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Andirifkhu CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Anubis LN – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6): (PC Alignment LN/N/LG)
Apep CE – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6): (PC Alignment CN)
Arazni NE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment N)
Areshkagal CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Bastet CN – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment CN/N/CG)
Bergelmir CG – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CG/NG/CN)
Bes NG – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment NG/LG/CG/N)
Camazotz CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Easivra LG – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment LG/NG/LN)
Erecura LN – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment LN/N/LG)
Feronia N – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea (PC Alignment N/LN/CN/NG)
Flauros CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Haagenti CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Hathor CG – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment CG/NG/CN)
Horus LN – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6): (PC Alignment LN/N/LG)
Irez NG – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment NG/LG/CG/N)
Isis NG – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment NG/LG/CG/N)
Jezelda CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Jubilex CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Kabriri CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Khepri NG – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment NG/LG/CG/N)
Kitumu CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Lissala LE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment LN)
Maat LN – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6): (PC Alignment LN/N/LG)
Mazmezz CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Mestama CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Neith NG – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment NG/LG/CG/N)
Nephthys CN – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment CN/N/CG)
Nurgal CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Osiris LG – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment LG/NG/LN)
Ptah N – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment N/LN/CN/NG)
Ra LN – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6): (PC Alignment LN/N/LG)
Sekhmet CN – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment CN/N/CG)
Selket CG – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment CG/NG/CN)
Set NE – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment N)
Shivaska CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Sifkesh CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Skode CG – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CG/NG/CN)
Skrymir CG – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CG/NG/CN)
Sobek CN – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment CN/N/CG)
Thoth LN – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6): (PC Alignment LN/N/LG)
Tjasse CN – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN/N/CG)
Urxehl CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Xoveron CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Wadjet LG – Sources: Pathfinder Adventure Path #80: Empty Graves (Mummy’s Mask 2 of 6) (PC Alignment LG/NG/LN)
Yhidothrus CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)
Zevgavizeb CE – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods (PC Alignment CN)

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It still confuses me that Deskari is a legal deity, but Cthulhu, and Yog-sothoth aren't.

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For anyone that is interested there is 219 Deities and 10 Pantheons authorized.

That is a lot of choices.

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No Varg with Arson and Murder domains? Bah, burzum!

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Disk Elemental wrote:
It still confuses me that Deskari is a legal deity, but Cthulhu, and Yog-sothoth aren't.

*Cough* And

Lissala
Apep
Ahriman
Socothbenoth
Kabriri
Jezelda
and Mestama

*Cough*

Seriously we've got the primary antagonist of season 4, the god of absolute oblivion, god of bleak desert oblivion, the demon lord of super perversion in all the wrong ways, ghouls and cannibals, rampant spreading of lycanthrope, and hag based cruelty all legal (and most having at least 1 scenario I can think of where they really wouldn't work) and yet no Azathoth. Killing me.

At this rate I will be able to play a cleric of Fulca or Zepar before I can roll out a freakin cleric of Azathoth or Shub.


Has anyone explained why the Mythos has been locked out of legal character choice for a cleric to worship? They have the Dark Tapestry for Oracles. Are they worried about Chaosium and copyright?


This Thread needs to be sticky'd. How do we go about that?

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Friendlyfish wrote:
Has anyone explained why the Mythos has been locked out of legal character choice for a cleric to worship? They have the Dark Tapestry for Oracles. Are they worried about Chaosium and copyright?

Probably worried about the theme of the Mythos not being too conductive to cooperation and driving worshipers to madness.

That and worried how players would always be asking if the stars were right... or some fhtagn thing...


dont forget to add the Osirian gods from Empty Graves

Liberty's Edge 5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

I added them awhile ago, in fact on May 2nd

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Richard deMorris wrote:
Friendlyfish wrote:
Has anyone explained why the Mythos has been locked out of legal character choice for a cleric to worship? They have the Dark Tapestry for Oracles. Are they worried about Chaosium and copyright?

Probably worried about the theme of the Mythos not being too conductive to cooperation and driving worshipers to madness.

That and worried how players would always be asking if the stars were right... or some fhtagn thing...

Come on now, just because someone is crazy doesn't mean that they can't cooperate. My cleric was originally designed as a worshiper of the Great Old Ones until I discovered that was not a legal option (that was a sad day, indeed). I just switched him over to become a follower of The Lantern King. Same domains, same insanity, still a team player. At least I got to go on a bit of an insane rant about the Great Old Ones occupying the space between the stars and how they will one day wake up and return to the world and how everyone will then enjoy a grandeur so vast that it shatters the fragile minds of both mortals and the "gods" that they worship...

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I made a small update today:

Added Pathfinder Campaign Setting - Chronicle of the Righteous back as a legal source for Irez as according to the recent Additional Resources update.

You can find the latest file here.

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Looks good Dragnmoon. Very dedicated work to sift through all those books and make that list.

On a side note. I looked at Besmara on the list. I also found her mentioned solely in the Pathfinder Player Companion: Pirates of the Inner Sea book.

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Velarrio Ileor the Faceless wrote:

Looks good Dragnmoon. Very dedicated work to sift through all those books and make that list.

On a side note. I looked at Besmara on the list. I also found her mentioned solely in the Pathfinder Player Companion: Pirates of the Inner Sea book.

Additional Resources does not add Pathfinder Player Companion: Pirates of the Inner Sea as a legal source for Besmara. Currently the legal sources for Besmara are The Inner Sea World Guide, Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Gods and Magic, Pathfinder Player Companion: Champions of Balance and Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods.


Give me Razmir or give me death

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Razmiri Priest wrote:
Give me Razmir or give me death

In the name of our lord and savior Razmir the great and powerful the one and only living god I do hereby declare you dead. May Razmir have mercy on your soul.

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Is this list up to date?

Scarab Sages

It so annoys me that they made Thoth LN - I'd honestly peg him for NG. He's as honest and reliable as they come, but it's due to personal self-assuredness rather than really being the sort to bow His head before anyone or anything else (in some versions of the mythology, Thoth was somehow already there when Ra came into being), and he even has a trickster side.

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blackbloodtroll wrote:
Is this list up to date?

Yes, but I will do another look over tomorrow, but there has been nothing with new deities in a long time.

Scarab Sages

Steven Lau wrote:
blackbloodtroll wrote:
Is this list up to date?
Yes, but I will do another look over tomorrow, but there has been nothing with new deities in a long time.

There are several new deities in Distant Shores. If they become legal, it will need an update.

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Imbicatus wrote:
Steven Lau wrote:
blackbloodtroll wrote:
Is this list up to date?
Yes, but I will do another look over tomorrow, but there has been nothing with new deities in a long time.
There are several new deities in Distant Shores. If they become legal, it will need an update.

I see three new ones in that book with a quick look, is there more?

Scarab Sages

Steven Lau wrote:
Imbicatus wrote:
Steven Lau wrote:
blackbloodtroll wrote:
Is this list up to date?
Yes, but I will do another look over tomorrow, but there has been nothing with new deities in a long time.
There are several new deities in Distant Shores. If they become legal, it will need an update.
I see three new ones in that book with a quick look, is there more?

Kelksiomides

Psomeira
Mazludeh
Ashukharma
Matravash
Omrataji

For a total of six.

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Thanks, I will keep an eye on additional resources.

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I updated the Document with the list deities that are PFS legal choices for PCs.

The new Source Added with the Additional Resources update on 30 October 2015 is:

Pathfinder Campaign Setting - Distant Shores: Deities: A PC may select Ashukharma, Kelksiomides, Matravash, Mazludeh, Omrataji, or Psomeira as her patron deity. As noted in the deity entry, divine spellcasters who have selected Psomeira as a deity are unable to cast 9th-level divine spells.

Here is a break down on what was added

New Gods:

Ashukharma CN – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting - Distant Shores: (PC Alignment CN/N/CG)
Kelksiomides NG – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting - Distant Shores: (PC Alignment NG/LG/CG/N)
Matravash LN – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting - Distant Shores: (PC Alignment LN/N/LG)
Mazludeh NG – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting - Distant Shores: (PC Alignment NG/LG/CG/N)
Omrataji NG – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting - Distant Shores: (PC Alignment NG/LG/CG/N)
Psomeira LN – Sources: Pathfinder Campaign Setting - Distant Shores: (PC Alignment LN/N/LG)

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I updated the Document with the list deities that are PFS legal choices for PCs.

The new Source Added with the Additional Resources update on 10 June 2016 is:

Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Heaven Unleashed: Deity: The empyreal lord Andoletta is a legal divine patron.

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nice... with a listing of sources.

the domains

in the back of Inner Sea Gods p316-329 is a split table listing many Deities with domains, subdomains, favored weapons, etc.

Addt'l Resources on Inner Sea Gods wrote:
Gods: all of the gods listed in the appendix are legal choices except daemon harbingers, great old ones, infernal dukes, malebranche, nascent demon lords, orc deities, outer gods, qlippoth lords, and whore queens. A PC may worship a dead deity, but such gods grant no spells or other benefits;

Aroden is listed in the appendix on pg 330 (referencing pg193). The dead list includes: Acavna, Amaznen, Aolar, Arazni, Aroden, Azhia, Curchanus, Former Horsemen(list), Ibdurengian, Ihys, Mharah, and Peacock Spirit. Having a name start with "A" seems problematic ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


Bbauzh ap Aghauzh wrote:
CRobledo wrote:
Andrew Christian wrote:
I have a new player in my area who is a Taldan Paladin, who worships Iomedae, but just like Taldor is decadent and stuck in the past, so is his character and family, and he keeps forgetting that Aroden Died and keeps saying "In the Name of Aroden" instead of Iomedae...
Heh. My oracle would not like him, since worshipers of the inheritor are kinda stealing all his follower's away! *rabble rabble rabble*
chuckle... I like it when a new player actually reads the setting info, and does their best to try and fit their character idea into what is both allowed by PFS and detailed in the setting information.

I'm not sure the player is actually doing that, given that Aroden was dead decades before his character was even born. It sounds more like a player wanting to play a god specifically because he was told he can't.

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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Bbauzh ap Aghauzh wrote:
CRobledo wrote:
Andrew Christian wrote:
I have a new player in my area who is a Taldan Paladin, who worships Iomedae, but just like Taldor is decadent and stuck in the past, so is his character and family, and he keeps forgetting that Aroden Died and keeps saying "In the Name of Aroden" instead of Iomedae...
Heh. My oracle would not like him, since worshipers of the inheritor are kinda stealing all his follower's away! *rabble rabble rabble*
chuckle... I like it when a new player actually reads the setting info, and does their best to try and fit their character idea into what is both allowed by PFS and detailed in the setting information.
I'm not sure the player is actually doing that, given that Aroden was dead decades before his character was even born. It sounds more like a player wanting to play a god specifically because he was told he can't.

You realize that you are responding to a post that is years (emphasis on the plural) old, right?

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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Bbauzh ap Aghauzh wrote:
CRobledo wrote:
Andrew Christian wrote:
I have a new player in my area who is a Taldan Paladin, who worships Iomedae, but just like Taldor is decadent and stuck in the past, so is his character and family, and he keeps forgetting that Aroden Died and keeps saying "In the Name of Aroden" instead of Iomedae...
Heh. My oracle would not like him, since worshipers of the inheritor are kinda stealing all his follower's away! *rabble rabble rabble*
chuckle... I like it when a new player actually reads the setting info, and does their best to try and fit their character idea into what is both allowed by PFS and detailed in the setting information.
I'm not sure the player is actually doing that, given that Aroden was dead decades before his character was even born. It sounds more like a player wanting to play a god specifically because he was told he can't.

I guarantee you this was not the case. FYI, 3 years later, this player is a well respected personality within PFS. Player, GM, PbP GM, 5 stars, and Venture-Captain Lieutenant.

I don't think casting aspersions on people without knowing the details is a good idea.

Liberty's Edge 2/5

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

What about Yog-Sothoth since it is a CN god?

5/5

all items are legal except those marked (!PFS), some are not specifically addressed(NSpcAdr) relying on "If a product does not appear on this list, then it is not considered legal for play." and "Below is a specific list of Paizo Inc. products and the equipment, traits, deities, spells, feats, and classes contained within that are legal for play in Pathfinder Society Organized Play."
so, in odd logic if just a book is listed it is all legal, but if some section is specifically listed then the rest is illegal?... anyway...

Void Domain (Yog-Sothoth) p49; Contact Entity(!PFS) p112, Elder Sign(NSpcAdr assume !PFS) p227, Horror Adventures.

Premblikang - CE neothelid overlord cleric of Yog-Sothoth 16, Occult Bestiary 36.

Necronomicon (NSpcAdr assume !PFS), Occult Mysteries 57.

PF AP #109: "In Search of Sanity"(!PFS)
Yog-Sothoth is roughly described in PF AP #46: Wake of the Watcher p67.

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