There are as many different Faiths of Golarion as there are Clerics to squabble over which are and aren’t true faiths. Whether you’re a Cleric, a Paladin, or just very adamant about your alignment, the upcoming supplement from Pathfinder has a lot of options to offer–it’s simply Divine.
You can do a lot with a Divine Class. Your spell list might skew you towards support at first blush, with some of the more powerful heals in the game falling under your pureview. But you can do the opposite of heal real well–nothing like a good Harm or Bane to make your enemies regret getting out of bed in the morning. The new Faiths of Golarion sourcebook is looking to expand your options, both for players and for gods. Get a look at the gods of Tian Xia or the far flung corners of Golarion. And if you’re looking for more than lore, you’ll find new Obediences and Boons–rewards for faithful characters who actually adhere to the dogma of their deity instead of whatever murderhobo justification you have for collapsing the mineshaft on the Dragon, sure, but also sealing an entire kingdom of Dwarves inside the mountain forever.
Who Do You Believe In?
Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Faiths of Golarion reveals the histories, dogmas, and practices of 10 influential deities venerated outside of the major cultures of the Inner Sea! Enrich your campaign with new divine lore, including:
- A look at three of Tian Xia’s most commonly worshipped deities: Hei Feng, the Duke of Thunder; Tsukiyo, the Prince of the Moon; and Shizuru, the Empress of Heaven.
- Details on major gods from far outside of the Inner Sea of Golarion, from Gruhastha, the Keeper of Vudra, to Grandmother Spider of the Shackles and southern Garund, to the Razatlani goddess Kazutal.
- Gods of non-human peoples, including the dwarven death god Magrim, the elven hunter Ketephys, the lucky halfling Chaldira, and the gnome gambler Nivi Rhombodazzle.
- Obediences and divine boons that can empower the followers of each divinity, especially those with levels in prestige classes devoted to their faith.