The Horned PrinceSource Inner Sea Gods pg. 320 (Amazon)
Pathfinder Wiki Xoveron
Pantheon Demon Lords
Areas of Concern Gargoyles, gluttony, ruins
Domains Chaos, Earth, Evil, Strength
Subdomains Caves, Demon (Chaos), Demon (Evil), Entropy, Ferocity, Petrification
Favored Weapon Ranseur
Symbol 5-horned gargoyle skull
Sacred Animal(s) Boar
Sacred Color(s) Black, brown
ObediencePerch atop a high outcrop and look out over the surrounding terrain. If the outcrop is in an uninhabited area, you need do nothing more but wait for an hour, but if the outcrop is in an inhabited area (such as a city), no passersby should realize you are a living thing—any who do must be slain before the hour’s end. Gain a +4 profane bonus on saving throws against effects that cause sickness, nausea, fatigue, or exhaustion.
DemoniacSource Book of the Damned - Volume 2: Lords of Chaos pg. 27
1: Gargoyle's Gift (Sp) sanctuary 3/day, shatter 2/day, or vampiric touch 1/day
2: Glutton's Feast (Sp) You can cast heroes’ feast once per day. The food created by this effect consists of raw or rotting meat and rancid milk. Those who partake of this feast consume their food shockingly fast, as if they were starving—it takes only 1 minute to gain the effects of this spell. Nonworshipers of Xoveron must make a Fortitude save (16 + your Charisma modifier) to avoid being sickened by the feast for 6 hours (though all other benefits of the feast still apply). This ability is the equivalent of a 7th-level spell.
3: Death-Stealing Gaze (Su) You gain the death-stealing gaze ability of a nabasu (Pathfinder RPG Bestiary 64). You can activate this ability as a free action, and can use it for up to 3 rounds per day plus an additional number of rounds equal to your Constitution bonus—these rounds need not be consecutive. The saving throw to resist this gaze is equal to 10 + 1/2 your HD + your Charisma modifier. Nabasu demons who gain this boon can use their death-stealing gaze at will, regardless of their total number of growth points.
For Followers of Xoveron