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Titles The Blessing and Bounty
Alignment Neutral good
Areas of Concern Agriculture, hard work, and self-sufficiency
Worshipers Azlanti
Edicts Encourage hard work that benefits all, ensure the health of crops and vegetation
Anathema Destroy healthy crops, waste food, refuse to help others in your community
Cleric Alignments (1E)
Domains (1E) Animal, Glory, Good, Plant, Sun
Subdomains (1E) Agathion, Day, Fur, Growth, Honor, Light
Cleric Alignments (2E)
Domains (2E) Family, might, nature, sun
Favored Weapon Scythe
Symbol Shepherd's crook bearing a sun
Images of Jaidi

Source: The Flooded Cathedral, pg(s). 701E
Lost Omens Gods & Magic, pg(s). 130

Jaidi is a goddess of agriculture worshiped by the people of ancient Azlant. She represents the pleasure that one feels when contributing hard work for the community as a whole.[1]


A depiction of Jaidi.

Jaidi taught agriculture to the ancient Azlanti, allowing them to sustain millions of citizens.[1]


Jaidi is married to Erastil, and their children are the empyreal lords Halcamora and Cernunnos.[2] She was opposed to Lissala, because she thought Lissala treated hard work as nothing more than toil born of obligation or greed.[1] Due to Jaidi's focus on agriculture and self-sufficiency, which form the basis for a strong community, she often confers with Kazutal.[3]

Church of Jaidi

Worshipers and clergy

Jaidi was one of the most ancient Azlanti gods: shrines carved with her holy symbols, dating back millennia, had been found during the empire's height. Her followers, consisting mostly of traders and farmers, enjoyed contributing their hard work to the good of the community. After Earthfall, it is said that some of her followers attempted to restore the land with the techniques she taught them. Due to Earthfall's fallout, their success was limited, but their dedication to hard work gave fellow survivors the strength they needed to endure the Age of Darkness. In modern times, Jaidi is only worshipped by small communities scattered across Golarion.[1]

Temples and shrines

Cooks that worshipped Jaidi often maintained small shrines dedicated to her in their kitchens.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Adam Daigle. (2017). Gods of Ancient Azlant. The Flooded Cathedral, p. 70. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-981-3
  2. Paizo staff. (2020). Gods & Magic, p. 22. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-64078-202-0
  3. Kate Baker et al. (2018). Faiths of Golarion, p. 32. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-64078-099-6