|Tittler|| The Pallid Princess,|
|Portfolio|| Gluttony |
|Domains||Death, Evil, Magic, Strength, War|
|Subdomains||Blood, Daemon, Divine, Ferocity, Murder, Undead|
|Roller har kunnskap om Urgathoa ut i fra ranks i Knowledge (Religion). Troende av Urgathoa har ett nivå mer kunnskap om Urgathoa en de som følger andre guder/religioner. Prester, Paladiner og andre geistlige har to nivå mer kunnskap en andre. for eksempel en prest av Urgathoa med 3 ranks i Knowledge(Religion) har kunnskap til rank 7.|
Rank 0 - Nivå 1
Urgathoa(pronounced oor-gah-THO-ah) is the goddess of physical excess, disease, and the undead. She is mostly worshiped by dark necromancers and the undead. Sometimes those wishing to become undead and those who live gluttonous lifestyles make supplication to her. On occasion, folk infected with plagues make offerings to Urgathoa. 
Rank 1 - Nivå 2
Some claim that Urgathoa was a mortal once, but when she died, her thirst for life turned her into the Great Beyond’s first undead creature. She fled from Pharasma’s endless line of souls and back to Golarion, bringing disease with her to the world. 
Rank 3 - Nivå 3
Utseende til Guden
She appears as a beautiful, raven-haired woman from the waist up, but below that her form begins to rot and wither, until only blood-covered bones remain at her feet.
Urgathoa’s avatar is slightly more presentable than how she is shown in art, dressed in a loose gown that clings to the gore on her lower half and does little to conceal that she is nothing but bones below the waist; from neck to toe, the gown is stained with patches of black, brown, and red, remnants of meals better left undescribed.
Her herald is Mother’s Maw, a flying fanged skull as large as an ogre, surrounded by a cloud of flies, trailing maggots, and dripping blood from its sharp teeth.
Relasjoner til andre Guder
If the other deities would just leave her alone to feed her needs, Urgathoa would have no enemies, but Pharasma and Sarenrae pursue her and her kind wherever they are found, so she reciprocates this attention. Abadar’s cities create population gluts that are ripe for disease, which she obliges, angering him. She and Calistria vie for control of their overlapping interest, with the elven goddess representing lust and the undead one representing physical excess; in most cases this is an amiable arrangement, for Urgathoa has no sexual urges anymore, but from time to time a necrophiliac cult arises and bridges the gap between the goddesses, forcing them to spar to determine who the cult belongs to. She has also been known to lend support to the daemon Horsemen from time to time, for many of their goals closely match her own.
Troende og Geistlige, Rank 3
Undead and dark necromancers are her primary worshipers, though those who hope to become undead (such as a vampire’s minions, potential liches, and so on) seek her favor as well. As such, her priests must often keep their activities a secret. Some who are sick with the plague make offerings to the Pallid Princess in hopes of alleviating their illness, but most turn to Sarenrae for healing. The occasional gluttonous prince might make sacrifices to Urgathoa as well, be it for more food, women, or other physical pleasures.
The Pallid Princess’s clergy is approximately 2/3 clerics and 1/3 necromancers, necromancy-inclined sorcerers, blackguards, and miscellaneous undead who rise to positions of power whether or not they have magical ability.
Her unholy rituals generally involve food and the presence of undead or someone about to become undead; cannibalism is not unheard of.
Kirken av Urgathoa, Rank 3
Urgathoa’s church is scattered and cell-based like most evil cults; the most powerful or charismatic member in the area is the local leader and there are few occasions where cells meet or combine.
Tegn i fra Guden
When Urgathoa is pleased, common food tastes like a delicious meal, water tastes like fine wine, and a meal is never so filling that the eater feels uncomfortable. The Pallid Princess sometimes rewards female clerics who serve her particularly well by transforming them after death into hideous undead creatures called the daughters of Urgathoa.
When she is angry, she makes food and water taste like ash, fills the belly with gnawing hunger, or inf licts rotting or swelling diseases that make it difficult to eat. She has been known to render legs insensate or paralyzed so the victim must crawl, or reverse the taste of food so that garbage and sewage are the only things the offender can manage to swallow.
Holy nights are those without moon or stars, which her followers believe are when the Negative Plane’s inf luence is greatest.
Rank 5 - Nivå 4
Among her blessed minions are Barasthangas (a devourer), Fjarn (a former Linnorm King, now a ghast barbarian), and Olix (a vampire priest with unusual shadow powers).
Kirken av Urgathoa, Rank 5
Priests usually conceal their allegiance and find employment in jobs that allow them frequent access to dead bodies, such as gravedigger, mercenary, or (if desperate) butcher. Those who can cook well might find work at a noble’s manor or in a general’s retinue. In lands suffering from plague, they may pass themselves off as knowledgeable healers, treating some of the sick and leaving others to die, or perhaps curing uncomfortable but harmless illnesses while infecting patients with quiet but deadly diseases instead.
Troende og Geistlige, Rank 5
Priests have no duties other than mutual protection and aiding those who wish to become undead, for Urgathoa is satisfied when mortals excessively consume in her name and is content at the rate that undead propagate themselves. This doesn’t stop cult cells from taking a more aggressive stance, such as planning to convert the population of an entire town to zombie slaves.
Ceremonial clothing is a loose, gray, floor-length tunic with a bone-white or dark gray shoulder-cape clasped at the front. Traditionally, the lower half of the tunic is either shredded or adorned with strips of cloth or tassels to give the overall appearance of increased damage as it approaches the floor, mirroring the goddess’s own decay.
Urgathoa is amoral and utterly lacks ethics, as she was willing to throw off the natural order to suit her own desires despite the consequences to others. A hedonist in life, her undead state and startling lack of flesh means she can sense less now than she could as a mortal, so she makes up for it in excess and depravity. If she wishes to taste the brain of an infant or see what patterns leprosy would make on the flesh of a young prince, she does it, and she expects no less from her followers, living and undead. Life (and unlife) are far more interesting and intense than the dull existence of a dead soul, so it is of utmost importance to cram as much sensation into your existence as possible; ascetics, particularly those who follow the Prophecies of Kalistrade, are repugnant to her.
Hellige Tekster, Rank 5
Her sacred text is Serving Your Hunger, penned by Dason, her first knight-blackguard.
Templer og Helligdommer
Her temples are built like feasthalls, with a large central table serving as an altar and numerous chairs surrounding it. Most temples are adjacent to a private graveyard or built over a crypt and often inhabited by ghouls (which embody all three of the goddess’s interests). It is not unusual to find daemon servants and guardians in her most powerful temples as a result of her alliance with the Horsemen.
Rank 7 - Nivå 5
Troende og Geistlige, Rank 7
Living priests who are active during the day usually lead normal lives in whatever professions are suitable for their talents and only reveal their true colors under cover of night. Only in undead-controlled lands such as Geb do Urgathoa’s priests practice their faith openly, where they serve all the normal functions that a publicly-respected priest has in society, such as spiritual advisor, healer, government official, and so on. Undead priests typically hide during the day and are active at night doing whatever unholy urge strikes them.
Rank 10 - Nivå 6
Kirken av Urgathoa, Rank 10
Upon gaining the ability to create undead (typically with the animate dead spell, though a vampire, ghast, or shadow’s ability to create spawn counts), a priest gains the title of Necro-Lord, a position of privilege without any additional responsibilities.
Hellige Tekster, Rank 10
Serving Your Hunger is one of the unholy and profane texts of the goddess Urgathoa, goddess of undeath and disease. It was written by her first knight-commander and antipaladin, Dason. It contains the goddess' basic tenets of faith, several recipes for extravagant meals (a few copies are rumored to include instructions on how to cook humanoids), and the most well-known ways of becoming undead (dealing primarily with ghouls, wights, and vampires). Urgathoa has several other unholy texts.