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Triune
Triune's holy symbol.
(Deity)
Titles The All-Code
Home The Drift
Alignment Neutral
Portfolio Artificial intelligence
Computers
The Drift
Worshipers Engineers, inventors, mechanics, tinkers, ysoki, androids, Aballon (anacites), Absalom Station, Verces
Connections Akashic
Empath
Star
Symbol Three overlapping circles
Images of Triune

Source: Core Rulebook, pg(s). 490

Triune, also known as the All-Code, is the divine networking of the deities Epoch, Casandalee, and Brigh into a new collective consciousness. It is responsible for the Signal, which gifted Drift engine technology to mortals that grants access to the Drift, a hyperspace dimension that allows for faster-than-light travel.[1][2]

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Creation

Triune was formed three years after the end of the Gap in the Pact Worlds system. It integrated three relatively minor deities: Epoch, of Aballon's machinefolk, who sought out the other two deities in its trinity; Casandalee, of the android race; and Brigh, goddess of clockwork technology. By offering Drift engine technology to mortals, worship of Triune spread rapidly through the Pact Worlds system and beyond.[2]

Each of the three component deities of Triune retain their unique personalities and portfolios:[2]

Brigh, the Precursor

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Brigh, a living construct, represents foundational sciences and technology, invention, and machines.[2]

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Casandalee, the Created

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Casandalee represents artificial consciousness and life, emotion, reincarnation, and renewal. She was a mortal android alien to Golarion who ascended to godhood before the Gap.[2]

Epoch, the Transcendent

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Epoch, an artificial deity built by the machine races of Aballon, represents the peak of mechanical perfection, artificial intelligence, computer programming, and robots.[2]

Temples

Drift beacons scattered across the galaxy allow mortals to move starships through the Drift and across large distances in short periods of time. These beacons serve as navigational buoys and are placed by priests of Triune or are spontaneously generated. The most prominent, and least understood, of these beacons is the Starstone at the center of Absalom Station; its extraordinary power allows Drift-capable ships to use it for fast transit from Drift-accessible locations to the hub.[2]

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