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Divine rank

Magrim was defined as a demigod in Faiths of Golarion 41 (Tier 2, publ. 2018) in a major article, although the same text describes Magrim as a god on the IFC and p. 43, and the back cover. The number of domains and subdomains seems small, though, for a full god.

Prior to that, a number of sources had been more suggestive of Magrim as a full god albeit one classified as a Category:Minor deities on this wiki for several years. For instance,

Tier 2

The following are not specific:

On reflection, I cannot make a decision. One source albeit recent seems little to overturn ten years of godhood plus it may affect the rest of the dwarven pantheon. I am going to start this off as 'Unresolved' then. Keep the Cat:Demigod for now as by strict rules that trumps the rest. I couldn't find anything at Paizo. Thoughts appreciated. --Fleanetha (talk) 22:47, 21 January 2019 (UTC)

Planar Adventures 70 (tier 1, 2018) states that full deities have 5 domains and demigods have 4. This one puts Magrim (who has consistently been depicted with 4) fully in the demigod category. In any case, many instances of the word 'god' used by Paizo seems more like a generic word than a technical term denoting a deity's divine rank. - HTD (talk) 00:21, 22 January 2019 (UTC)
Indeed, there is no conflict here, since the word god(dess) does not imply power and can be used for quasi-deities as it can for full deities. By extension, the rest of the dwarven pantheon except Torag (and a lot of other divine beings currently put in Category:Minor deities) are actually demigods and should be put in the correct category. - HTD (talk) 23:03, 5 July 2019 (UTC)
This 'conflict' is 'Unofficially resolved' and its status is updated in line with the argument above re use of demigod and god for the same deity. --Fleanetha (talk) 11:17, 13 September 2020 (UTC)