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{{Deity}} is for use in any article about a deity in the Pathfinder campaign setting, whether introduced in Pathfinder First Edition or Second Edition. Some parameters are optional and can be left blank; if undefined, these optional parameters will not appear as part of the template.

The recommended image size is a width of 250px so that it will completely fill the infobox without increasing its size.

This template is based upon the Book Template and the Deity Template located at the Forgotten Realms Wiki.

Contents

Usage

{{Deity
| image             = 
| name              = 
| titles            = 
| adjective         = 
| home              = 
| alignment         = 
| portfolio         = 
| worshipers        = 
| edicts            = 
| anathema          = 
| cleric alignments = 
| domains           = 
| subdomains        = 
| 2e-clr alignments = 
| 2e-domains        = 
| weapon            = 
| symbol            = 
| sacred animal     = 
| sacred colors     = 
| imagesof          = 

source and page to cite either First or Second Edition only, but not both:

| source            = 
| page              = 
}}

1e- and 2e-source and page to cite both First and Second Edition simultaneously:

| 1e-source         = 
| 1e-page           = 
| 2e-source         = 
| 2e-page           = 
}}
image (optional)
An image of deity's holy symbol. The recommended size is 250px, but if larger the image should scale to fit the template.
name
The deity's name.
titles (optional)
Titles and alternate names that represent the deity.
adjective (optional)
The word used to describe entities of or pertaining or related to the deity.
home (optional)
Location the deity calls home. Pathfinder Second Edition prefers the term 'Realm' and this is what will appear in the infobox produced.
alignment
The deity's alignment, as a link (ie. [[Lawful Good]]).
portfolio (optional)
Areas of concern, portfolios, or spheres of influence, possessed by the deity. 'Portfolio' is a 3.5 term; Paizo prefers 'Areas of Concern' and this is what will appear in the infobox produced.
worshipers (optional)
Typical worshippers of the deity.
edicts (optional)
Summarise the edicts of the deity. Try to keep this text as short as possible taking any longer discussion of edicts into the main body text of the article.
anathema (optional)
Summarise the anathemas of the deity. Try to keep this text as short as possible taking any longer discussion of anathemas into the main body text of the article.
cleric alignments (optional)
Use {{Alignment grid}} to indicate acceptable alignments of clerics associated with the deity for the First Edition of the game.
domains (optional)
Domains associated with the deity for the First Edition of the game.
subdomains (optional)
Subdomains associated with the deity (if any) for the First Edition of the game.
2e-clr alignments (optional)
Use {{Alignment grid}} to indicate acceptable alignments of clerics associated with the deity for the Second Edition of the game.
2e-domains (optional)
Domains associated with the deity for the Second Edition of the game. Add "Alternative:", in italics, before them to make clear the status of such domains.
weapon (optional)
The deity's favored weapon.
symbol (optional)
The god's un/holy symbol.
sacred animal (optional)
Animal treated with special reverence by a deity's faithful.
sacred colors (optional)
Colors associated with a deity (often found in church decorations and clergy attire).
imagesof (optional)
The name of the category that contains images of this deity or its related symbols and worshipers, which appears in the infobox as a link to the category page. For instance, an imagesof value of Aroden creates a link to Category:Images of Aroden with the link text "Images of Aroden". This parameter is case-sensitive. If omitted or left blank, the infobox uses the article name and appears only if the category exists but we prefer it to be used to keep the template complete.
source & page (optional)
The source wherein the settlement was first mentioned, or from which the most information is available. Link the title, and include page number if possible. Use this only if you have a source and page for either 1E or 2E, but not both.
1e-source, 1e-page, 2e-source, & 2e-page (optional)
The source wherein the settlement was first mentioned, or from which the most information is available, in both 1E and 2E. Link the title, and include page number if possible. Use this only if you have a source and page for both editions.