Anubis (3.5e Deity)

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Intermediate Deity
Symbol: A jackal atop nine bones.
Home Plane: None
Alignment: Lawful Neutral
Portfolio: Mummification
Clergy Alignments: Any
Domains: Mummification, Hound, Patience
Favored Weapon: Ankh Staff

Anubis is the god of Mummification. In his physical form he appears as a dark-skinned human with the head of a jackal. His and thereby his follower's job is to ensure that the dead may rest in peace and that they remain that way. His secondary job is ferrying the dead to the afterlife.He is said to judge the dead to see if his the deceased heart is pure.


Anubis is fine with anyone following him so long as they preserve the order of death. This being that the dead remain dead. As such he is frowned upon by necromantic societies such as the Sarli.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Anubis' followers are any who are against the undead. Usually those who have a vendetta against the undead for one reason or another. Usually children of worshippers grow up to worship Anubis. Anubis has few large temples outside of the primary ones of clay located within the desert. Many worshippers however build small shrines to Anubis within their homes.

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