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Religion of Golarion
The gods worshiped by mortals and creatures of Golarion, and even its lesser deities and divine entities, are the subject of many sourcebooks, and this portal guides you information regarding the Pathfinder campaign setting's deities, churches, and pantheons, as well as these powerful beings' followers.
Deities & pantheons
The Pathfinder campaign setting hosts a large pantheon of deities, ranging from the all-powerful greater deities to the minor gods and demigods, who are mostly powerful extraplanar creatures. While most deities' followers span cultures and races, some races and intelligent creatures have their own pantheons worshiped primarily within their own ranks.

Major deities

Inner Sea region

Tian Xia

Minor deities

Azlanti pantheon

Osirian pantheon

Outer Gods

Vudran pantheon

Tian Xia pantheon

Other minor deities

Non-human pantheons

Couatl pantheon

Draconic pantheon

Dwarven pantheon

Elven pantheon

Giant pantheons

Gnome pantheon

Goblin Hero-Gods

Hag deities

Halfling pantheon

Orc pantheon

Other non-human deities


Individual demigods


Infernal dukes
Queens of the Night, or whore queens
Other divine beings of Hell

Asura Ranas

Demon lords

Nascent demon lords
Qlippoth Lords


Elemental lords

Empyreal lords

Agathion empyreal lords
Angel empyreal lords
Archon empyreal Lords
Azata empyreal lords
Other empyreal lords and their cults
Other divine beings from good-aligned planes

Great Old Ones

Archdaemons (Four Horsemen)


Iblydan Hero-Gods

Iron Gods of Numeria

Kyton demagogues

Manasaputra Kumaras

Monitor Demigods

Oni Daimyo

Primordial inevitables

Protean lords

Psychopomp ushers

Rakshasa Immortals

Sahkil tormentors

Sarkorian gods

Dead deities

Spirit worship

Other faiths


Find a deity
There are many ways of classifying deities, so you can view deities by different criteria such as alignment, domain, subdomain, or power level.

You might also find the Deities Quick Reference table helpful.



Domains still associated with Golarion deities but not canon within the Pathfinder campaign setting:


A denotes an apocryphal subdomain.