Divine beings have the following immunities when they are inhabiting bodies containing primal base:

Exhaustion: Deities don’t need to sleep or rest. A deity of war could actually fight for days without stopping. Humanoid deities occasionally sleep only because they are accustomed to it, not because they need it. This allows deities to get more things accomplished.

Starvation and Suffocation: Deities do not need to refuel their physical bodies. This is another detail that some young deities continue to take care of-not because they need to, just because eating is something they enjoy. Deities are also not reliant on gases, water, chemicals, or any other substance to keep a body running. Human deities could survive underwater, for example; they do not have to breathe.

Toxins: Because the primal energy running through deities’ bodies instantly destroys any toxic material, deities are immune to the toxic effects of poisons, gases, and other substances that are not actually corrosive.They are also immune to diseases of all kinds, including the common cold.

Environment: Divine bodies are immune to the full spectrum of environments that are native to the plane from which their body originated. This may differ from deity to deity. Human deities could survive under conditions from the Arctic’s harshest winters to the desert’s hottest sun, but they could not survive on the sun itself. If a deity were to inhabit the body of a creature who did live on a sun, then the deity could survive there, although in this body, the deity would not be able to survive on earth, which would be extremely cold by comparison. If deities separate their primal base from their bodies, then it doesn’t matter; primal base can survive anywhere, even within a black hole or a supernova.


Alfaysia SkidAce