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Source: Hellknight Hill, pg(s). 84
In their natural forms, anadis appear as humanoid spiders covered in colourful, distinctive markings, which can be as unique as other humanoids' identifying features. They know that their appearance can unnerve other races, so when interacting with strangers, they use their natural talent for magic to take the form of humans, only showing their true nature through a strange sheen to their dark eyes and their jerky movements. Anadis consider showing their true form to strangers rude, except when threatened or forced to fight.
Anadis court each other and raise children communally. Each so-called 'web marriage' involves three to five individuals, who share domestic responsibilities and often have the same day job as well. Married groups vote for the same politician and are willing to die to defend each other in battle.
The anadis are shy and isolationist, rarely leave their nation, and only grant visitors permission to visit one city: Wuluva. This has given rise to the erroneous rumour that anadis transform into hideous spider-creatures every sunset.
Grandmother Spider, also known as Nana Anadi, is the anadi's patron deity. Her most devout followers believe that she guided them out of darkness into freedom by plucking dewdrops from her web to light up the night. The anadis view her as an honorary monarch, but never expect her to actually take Nurvatchta's throne.
- Logan Bonner, Amanda Hamon, James Jacobs, and Jason Tondro. (2019). Adventure Toolbox. Hellknight Hill, p. 84. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-64078-173-3
- Logan Bonner, Amanda Hamon, James Jacobs, and Jason Tondro. (2019). Adventure Toolbox. Hellknight Hill, p. 85. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-64078-173-3
- Kate Baker et al. (2018). Faiths of Golarion, p. 14. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-64078-099-6