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Titres Grim Harvestman
Adjectif Zyphen
Home Abaddon, within Urgathoa's territory
Alignement Neutral evil
Portfolio Accidental death
Adorateurs Bitter sufferers of tragedy or loss
Cleric Alignments Modèle:Alignment grid
Domaines Death, Destruction, Evil, Plant, War
Sous domaines Blood, Catastrophe, Daemon, Decay, Murder, Undead
Arme de prédiléction Heavy pick
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A depiction of Zyphus.
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Zyphus with his cultists.

Zyphus (pronounced ZIE-fess[1] or ZAI-FUSS[2]) is the malignant god of accidental death. A bitter enemy of the goddess Pharasma, he is worshiped by small cults throughout Golarion. These groups foment tragedy and bring about accidents in the hopes of strengthening the power of their god. His symbol is a pick made from a human skull, rib, and femur.[3]



Followers of the Grim Harvestman believe that the god arose from the first maddened soul to die a pointless death. It is written that since that time, every mortal that dies in the same meaningless way is destined to be absorbed by Zyphus after death. This puts him in direct competition with the goddess Pharasma, and his followers believe that once he has acquired enough souls he will be able to engineer the death of Pharasma herself. Cults of Zyphus believe that even though the deaths they help arrange are not truly accidental, these souls are still dedicated to strengthen their patron.[3][4]

Church of Zyphus

Zyphen cults are widespread, although never large in numbers. They worship in abandoned graveyards that are no longer under the protection of the Lady of Graves.[3] His symbols are often found on arches or vaulted roofs of active graveyards as well, but there are meant to ward off the Grim Harvestman.[4] Recently, Zyphen cults have been active in Taldor.[5]


Paizo published major articles about Zyphus in Palace of Fallen Stars and Inner Sea Faiths.

  1. Erik Mona et al. (2008). Campaign Setting, p. 247. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-112-1
  2. Modèle:Cite book/Palace of Fallen Stars
  3. 3,0 3,1 et 3,2 Erik Mona et al. (2008). Campaign Setting, p. 172. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-112-1
  4. 4,0 et 4,1 James Jacobs et al. (2011). The Inner Sea World Guide, p. 230. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-269-2
  5. Modèle:Cite book/Among the Gods

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