|Titles||The Feather of Truth|
|Areas of Concern||Justice, law, order, truth|
|Edicts||Defend civilization from chaos, embody justice and honesty, be truthful and impartial in judgement|
|Anathema||Treat family or community unfairly, lie, destroy the natural world|
|Cleric Alignments (1E)|
|Domains (1E)||Knowledge, Law, Protection, Void, Weather|
|Subdomains (1E)||Inevitable, Judgment, Purity, Seasons, Stars, Thought|
|Cleric Alignments (2E)|
|Domains (2E)||Knowledge, protection, star, truth|
|Symbol||Blue ostrich feather|
Source: Empty Graves, pg(s). 70 (1E)
Gods & Magic, pg(s). 124-125 (2E)
Maat (or Ma'at as it is sometimes spelled) is the Ancient Osirian goddess of balance, justice, and truth, guardian of cosmic order. She embodies the concepts that a pharaoh must uphold for a legitimate, efficient reign, lest everything dissolve into chaos. She is also responsible for the movement of celestial bodies across the sky, and the procession of the seasons.
Maat appears as a woman with a blue ostrich feather on her head and winged arms, carrying an ankh and a was scepter representing life and power.
Maat is the daughter of Ra, sister of Bastet, Hathor and Sekhmet, and wife of Thoth. She presides over the councils of the gods due to her impartiality and honesty, assists Pharasma in the judgement of souls, and opposes Set and Apep for their attempts to sow chaos.
Maat is worshipped by paladins as the embodiment of justice, and monks and oracles for the cosmic truth she embodies.
- ↑ Paizo staff. (2020). Gods & Magic, p. 124-125. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-64078-202-0
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Rob McCreary. (2014). Gods of Ancient Osirion. Empty Graves, p. 70. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-589-1