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The unholy symbol of Ymeri.

Queen of the Inferno
Areas of Concern
Inspire with zeal and strategy, be passionate and quick of wit, destroy your foes with fire
Extinguish destructive fires, allow yourself to lose motivation or to stagnate
Cleric Alignments (1E)
Domains (1E)
Destruction, Evil, Fire, War
Subdomains (1E)
Ash, Catastrophe, Fear, Tactics
Cleric Alignments (2E)
Domains (2E)
Destruction, dust, fire, zeal
Favored Weapon
Four flaming swords
Sacred Animal
Sacred Colors
Orange, yellow
Source: The Great Beyond, pg(s). 19 (1E)
Gods & Magic, pg(s). 81, 128
f. (2E)
The elemental lord Ymeri.

(evil, extraplanar, fire)
Source: Planes of Power, pg(s). 54–55

Ymeri, Queen of the Inferno, dwells within the Auroric Palace on the Elemental Plane of Fire, and is one of the four powerful beings collectively known as the elemental lords.1 She is served there by a cult of fiery creatures—ifrits,2 fire scamps,3 fire elementals, and others. Her followers seek to raise her to divine status, and ultimately gain control over the entire Plane of Fire.

She believes that elemental earth will eventually succumb to elemental fire, and appears to be seeking to promote war between ifrits and jabalis4 of the Plane of Earth. This is possibly connected to her rivalry with the mysterious being of elemental earth known as Ayrzul, the Fossilised King.5

Ymeri has long sought the worship of the salamanders but, instead, they mostly revere the demon lord Flauros.6

Ifrit Prince Jhavhul has long been an admirer of Ymeri, but his advances have been rebuffed.7


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  1. James Jacobs, et al. The Inner Sea World Guide, 233. Paizo Inc., 2011
  2. Paizo referred to ifrits as efreet and naaris as ifrits until the publication of Highhelm. See also Rage of Elements pg. 3 and Pathfinder Core Preview pgs. 2, 13, 18.
  3. Paizo referred to elemental scamps as mephits until the publication of the Pathfinder Second Edition Bestiary, and began solely referring to them as scamps in Rage of Elements. See Bestiary pg. 150, Rage of Elements pg. 3, and Pathfinder Core Preview pgs. 2, 13.
  4. Paizo referred to jabalis as shaitan until the publication of Rage of Elements. See Rage of Elements pg. 3 and Pathfinder Core Preview pg. 2.
  5. Amber Stewart. “The Inner Sphere” in The Great Beyond, A Guide to the Multiverse, 19. Paizo Inc., 2009
  6. James Jacobs. “Lords of the Abyss” in Lords of Chaos, Book of the Damned Volume 2, 15. Paizo Inc., 2010
  7. Erik Mona, et al. Howl of the Carrion King, 88. Paizo Inc., 2009