PathfinderWiki
Log in

Difference between revisions of "Anubis"

From PathfinderWiki
m
 
Line 1: Line 1:
 
{{Deity
 
{{Deity
| image            = [[File:Anubis.jpg|250px]]
+
| image            = [[File:Anubis.jpg|250px|Anubis.]]
 
| name              = Anubis
 
| name              = Anubis
 
| titles            = Guardian of the Tomb
 
| titles            = Guardian of the Tomb
Line 15: Line 15:
 
| sacred animal    = [[Jackal]]
 
| sacred animal    = [[Jackal]]
 
| sacred colors    =  
 
| sacred colors    =  
 +
| imagesof          = Anubis
 
| source            = [[Empty Graves]]
 
| source            = [[Empty Graves]]
 
| page              = 66
 
| page              = 66
 
}}
 
}}
  
'''Anubis''' is the [[deity|god]] of mummification in the [[Osirian pantheon]]. He protects tombs and the [[soul]]s of the dead on their way to receiving [[Pharasma]]'s judgement in the [[Boneyard]].<ref name="PF80-66">{{Cite book/Empty Graves|66}}</ref>
+
'''Anubis''' is the [[deity|god]] of mummification in the [[Osirian pantheon]]. He protects tombs and the [[soul]]s of the dead on their way to receiving [[Pharasma|Pharasma's]] judgement in the [[Boneyard]].<ref name="PF80-66">{{Cite book/Empty Graves|66}}</ref>
  
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
 +
 
Anubis appears either as a [[jackal]] or a jackal-headed, black-skinned [[human]].<ref name="PF80-66"/>
 
Anubis appears either as a [[jackal]] or a jackal-headed, black-skinned [[human]].<ref name="PF80-66"/>
  
 
==Cults==
 
==Cults==
 +
 
Nearly all [[Osirion|Osirian]] tombs contains images of Anubis. The patron of embalmers, his followers (including [[paladin]]s) usually wear jackal masks and are dedicated to the destruction of [[undead]].<ref name="PF80-66"/>
 
Nearly all [[Osirion|Osirian]] tombs contains images of Anubis. The patron of embalmers, his followers (including [[paladin]]s) usually wear jackal masks and are dedicated to the destruction of [[undead]].<ref name="PF80-66"/>
  
 
==Relationships==
 
==Relationships==
Anubis is the son of [[Osiris]] and [[Nephthys]], and assisted [[Isis]] in the mummification of his father. He frequently works with Isis, [[Neith]], Nephthys and [[Selket]] in the protection of the dead, and is an enemy of [[Set]] due to his association with undead.<ref name="PF80-66"/>
+
 
[[File:Osirian Pantheon.jpg|250px|left|A Family Tree of the Osirian Pantheon|thumb]]
+
Anubis is the son of [[Osiris]] and [[Nephthys]], born out of wedlock and he assisted [[Isis]] in the mummification of his father. He frequently works with Isis, [[Neith]], Nephthys, and [[Selket]] in the protection of the dead, and is an enemy of [[Set]] due to his association with undead.<ref name="PF80-66"/>
 +
 
 +
[[File:Osirian Pantheon.jpg|400px|left|thumb|A Family Tree of the Osirian Pantheon.]]
 +
 
 +
{{Clear}}
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
{{refs}}
+
 
 +
{{Refs}}
  
 
{{Osirian pantheon navbox}}
 
{{Osirian pantheon navbox}}

Latest revision as of 00:21, 11 February 2019

Anubis
Anubis.
(Deity)
Titles Guardian of the Tomb
Alignment Lawful neutral
Areas of Concern Burial, the dead, funeral rites, mummification, tombs
Cleric Alignments
Domains Death, Earth, Law, Protection, Repose
Subdomains Ancestors, Defense, Inevitable, Metal, Purity, Souls
Favored Weapon Flail
Symbol Black jackal head
Sacred Animal Jackal
Images of Anubis

Source: Empty Graves, pg(s). 66

Anubis is the god of mummification in the Osirian pantheon. He protects tombs and the souls of the dead on their way to receiving Pharasma's judgement in the Boneyard.[1]

Appearance

Anubis appears either as a jackal or a jackal-headed, black-skinned human.[1]

Cults

Nearly all Osirian tombs contains images of Anubis. The patron of embalmers, his followers (including paladins) usually wear jackal masks and are dedicated to the destruction of undead.[1]

Relationships

Anubis is the son of Osiris and Nephthys, born out of wedlock and he assisted Isis in the mummification of his father. He frequently works with Isis, Neith, Nephthys, and Selket in the protection of the dead, and is an enemy of Set due to his association with undead.[1]

A Family Tree of the Osirian Pantheon.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Rob McCreary. (2014). Gods of Ancient Osirion. Empty Graves, p. 66. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-589-1