Besmara and the Ulfen

Pathfinder First Edition General Discussion

Almost finished reading Skinwalkers. Good book on the whole, but one of the really interesting elements is that the main character is a former worshipper of Besmara, the goddess of piracy.

I've read up on most things about her I think, and I've gone from thinking she was sorta a banal kitchen sink-type goddess to being one of the more interesting ones. Her Antipaladin code is easily one of the better ones, actually managing to make them work (ymmv) in a non-evil party.

But while she's usually associated with Shackles-style pirates... damn, she *really* works with Ulfen raiders of a traditional mindset. There's some mention of Ulfen worshippers here and there in info about her, but never very much about her in info about the Ulfen - which seems a shame to me.

Has anyone ever used her in a way that ups her relevance in Ulfen culture? I think she practical fits in as-is, but I'd be curious to hear if anyone else has done something similar.

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