Advanced Rulebook


By Faquem Daeni, Elven Priest of Phyloqure

Collected herein is a brief summary of the Gods, their history and their tenets. Whilst by no means exhaustive it is an attempt to create clarity from the muddied pool of religious dogma and centuries of fables, myths and propaganda. It represents a lifetime's work of research and scholarly thought and it is my fervent hope that what it contains is truth, or the closest we can ever come to knowing the truth.


It is believed that before our current civilisation established itself, other races held dominance over the land. These races worshiped ancient Gods. Most chronicles tally that before the Kharne Gods ruled the world, other more powerful Gods held the reigns of power, collectively referred to, for simplicity's sake, as the Old Ones.

The Old Ones are believed to have spawned the worlds and given life to a wide range of creatures. These then set-up basic societies and worshipped the Old Ones. What is generally understood about the origins of the Kharne Gods is that they are probably the children of Molwanh who was a young member of the Old Ones; and like most things in life, the old is eventually replaced by the new. The Divine Wars followed, the details of which are unknown but the end result is, that the Old Ones were defeated and the Kharne Gods gained control of the world.

Whatever the cause of the war, the results dramatically shifted the balance of power. The divine survivors of the conflict are the eight Gods we know and revere today, and we - Elves, Dwarves and men the races to pledge allegiance to the eight Gods - are the only 'high' races to escape genocide from that time.

From the wreckage of the old arose the civilization of the new. Aided by their Priests the mortal survivors of the Divine War began to organize and the great Settlement-States began to form.

As the civilised societies grew in structure and power the Gods withdrew from the mortal realm. Some say that the Divine War drained them. Others believe that the Gods made a pact to stay out of the world, lest they damage what they had fought so hard to gain. In truth, the Gods have not revealed themselves to us on this matter, so we cannot say.
However, what power and guidance the Gods did provide to their Priests was instrumental to the success of these new societies.

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Each God is a Power in their own right and their influence is said to extend to all things. However each God has stronger abilities, or greater interest in certain areas and spheres. No God holds dominance over the world, not even Fleyshur did during the years in which his mortal followers controlled most of the world. It is unwise to underestimate the power of any of the eight Gods!
The Priest Sect names given are the generic labels used to sum up the sects. In different areas many of the sects have their own unique names.


Molwanh was the first of the Kharne Gods, and is believed to have been an Old One. She originally held much more power than she currently does; it is thought that she is the mother of the Kharne Gods. As the power started to shift from the Old Ones to Molwanh's Kharne Gods, Molwanh's power started to diminish as the other Kharne Gods increased in power. By the end of the Divine War Molwanh's place as the head of the Kharne Gods was gone. The other members' power levels had dramatically increased and the current balance of power is believed to have been started then.
Molwanh is the embodiment of nature; at times she is bountiful and benevolent, at others she is harsh and wild. Molwanh does not hate the races, nor their civilization, but she resents senseless desecration of the wilderness. .
Molwanh's roles are quite varied and some are even contradictory. Many citizens do not understand the many facets of Molwanh's nature. Molwanh is considered to be evil by most of society for her role in nature, since many people see Death as an Evil part of life, the anguish of life that is experienced due to Death or Insanity and the unforgiving aspect of nature.
Her divinity incorporates the following spheres: -

  • Agriculture (Fields, Crops, Harvest)
  • Nature (Weather, Animals, Fertility)
  • Hunting
  • Instinct (Madness, Anguish)
  • Freedom
  • Balance (Responsibility)
  • Revenge
  • Joy of Life


The following are sects of Priests who dedicate their lives to Molwanh: -

Warriors of the Wilderness: These infamous Molwanh Priests actions often tar the reputations of the other Molwanh Priests. Fortunately these Priests are quite rare, as they carry out raids on settlements, destroy farms and kill people as revenge for acts they deem are wrongdoings against Nature. This gives many of them short life-expectancies as they are going up against the forces of civilisation who are better equipped and of course vastly outnumber the Molwanh Priests. Cudgels do not make effective weapons when fighting steel clad knights riding warhorses supported by powerful magics and engines of war.

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  • These Priests emphasize the qualities of Insanity, Revenge, Responsibility, and Nature. Often they pick an animal as a totem, and ritually tattoo themselves.

Nurturing Hand of Molwanh: On an opposite stance to the Warriors of Molwanh are the Priests that reside in the settlements and deal with the citizens. They appreciate the balance that is required between freedom, nature and civilisation, and constantly strive to remind the citizens of their responsibility. A lot of Molwanh's followers in this aspect are mothers, they relate to the suffering of raising a family and also ask Molwanh for her blessing as the God that has strongest influence over Fertility.
These Priests are the friendly face of Molwanh, emphasizing the qualities of Agriculture, Fertility, Freedom, Responsibility, Balance and Joy of Life.

Hermits: Most of the Priests that dedicate themselves to Molwanh are pacifistic farmer types who live away from civilisation. They tend to live their lives, as Hermits, quietly getting on with the day-to-day issues, like just surviving. They tend to dislike people that trespass into their areas, but as long as no hostile actions are carried out they usually just leave the transgressors alone.
The Priests of this sect emphasize the qualities of Molwanh such as Nature, Agriculture, Fertility, Freedom and Joy of Life.


Phyloqure is the oldest of Molwanh's children. It is believed that Phyloqure figured out how to best improve Molwanh's and his siblings' power. It is speculated that Phyloqure was Molwanh's advisor during the Divine Wars, and also helped teach the rest of the family. Some disapproving Priests say this is why the Kharne Family is such a mess. As the oldest sibling, Phyloqure was instrumental in helping mould the races that threw their support in with the Kharne Gods.
It is rumoured that Phyloqure can see the infinite futures. It is this ability that probably influenced Phyloqure's role as a teacher and also as the personification of civilisation, as he could see possible mistakes and help correct them.
Phyloqure's connection with Magic is not understood, except maybe by the Head Priests of Phyloqure or the Arch Mages, but this information has not reached the history books.

He holds sway over the following spheres of reality: -

  • Civilisation (Art, Engineering, Writing, Cryptography, Merchants, Commerce)
  • Knowledge (Study, Research, Intelligence, Mind)
  • Communication
  • Wisdom
  • Magic
  • Cautiousness
  • Exploration
  • Sleep
  • Secrets
  • Discipline
  • Teaching
  • Prophecy
  • Serenity

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Just about every variation of Phyloqure Priests shares the common ideology of peace, civilisation and knowledge. There is little blatant divide amongst the aspects of Phyloqure that are worshipped; instead Phyloqure tends to be worshipped as a whole, instead of his individual aspects. However due to the sheer amount of scholars that have different interpretations of the scriptures and history, to say that the Phyloqure Priesthood is one big happy family would be very wrong!


There is so much more to the God of Death than simply death. As arguably the most feared God, Ythcal is probably even more misunderstood than his mother, Molwanh. Many Priests of Ythcal point to the end of the Divine War to explain why Ythcal isn't just some powerful evil selfish being.
It has been said that before the Divine War was won the Kharne Gods were close to defeat; it was Ythcal that was the one that helped turn the tide from defeat to victory. Ythcal's selfless actions resulted in him being placed in a state of near death, however the other members of the Kharne Gods used his energies to elevate the civilised races to their current level. With tens of thousands of enhanced followers the Kharne Gods were able to survive and eventually defeat the Old Ones. Ythcal was forever changed by his actions though; his body was weak, prone to illness and he suffers from constant pain.
Following the war, the Kharne Gods believed they were victorious and do not believe that the Old Ones will return someday. Ythcal however knows better and possibly only Phyloqure shares his misgivings, believing that someday they shall return.
Ythcal has always taken it upon himself to lead the way, no matter what the cost. This is why some believers say that Ythcal's minions are often involved in dangerous and dodgy acts, for the better good of all. The belief is that the weak should overcome their problems or die trying. Only powerful minions with a strong God to lead them can hope to truly defeat the Old Ones.
A lot of other non-Ythcal Priests believe this "interesting tale" is nothing more than an attempt to justify the power-grabbing callous nature of Ythcal minions.
It is widely hypothesised that Ythcal, or at least some of his minions, was directly responsible for the Race Wars that plagued Kharne not to long after the Divine Wars ended. No evidence of this exists though.
His influence is over the following spheres of reality: -

  • Death
  • Pain (Torture)
  • Fear
  • Intrigue (Secrets, Manipulation)
  • Fate
  • Hate
  • Lies
  • Ugliness
  • Night (Darkness)
  • Undead
  • Cold
  • Disease
  • Ambition
  • Power
  • Selfless Sacrifice (also for Selfishness)
  • Determination (Willpower)

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They are quite a mysterious and dangerous group. The different common sect beliefs are
Fatalists: Ythcal is out to save the world for the Kharne Gods, because the Old Ones will return someday. With his determined and strong leadership, the Divine War, which they say is only in a lull, will finally be ended. Whilst most people believe that this sect is wrong they are grudgingly thankful that these Priests are actually often helping the community.

  • These Priests are the "friendly face" of Ythcal, emphasizing the qualities of Ambition, Selfless Action, Fate, and Determination.

Dark Seed: Sect for the growth through pain. Only through struggle will the races evolve beyond their current level. They tend to hide behind pleasing visages in order to manipulate events around them to force difficulties. They believe Ythcal will reward them in the afterlife for furthering his goals of total power.

  • These Priests are the dangerous minions of Ythcal, emphasizing the qualities of Death, Fear, Torture, Undead, Hate, Disease, Ugliness, Cold and Lies

Assessors: The last main sect of Ythcal contains some members who often believe one of the above belief structures with a sight difference. That of balance, evil must exist so good can define itself. This very devious sect is believed to control many different sects, not just Ythcal ones, but other Gods as well; of course there is no proof, just conjecture.

  • These Priests are the secretive minions of Ythcal, emphasizing the qualities of Intrigue, Power, Lies and Willpower.


Sundonak is a god of action and proved as much during the wars with the Old Ones. Both his strategies and strength of arm were crucial in the final usurpation of the control of the world.
His followers and Priests mirror his belief in action over words. Not for these the chanting and incense, theirs is a life of adventure, living every moment to the full. For this Sundonak rewards them. What little preaching they do is generally limited to a rallying cry or an enthusiastic competition of trading insults before combat.
No time is spared for the weak or the crippled, Sundonak is a Warrior god and will reward begging and pleas with death.
The concepts of Good vs. Evil that Garthrana and Fleyshur constantly use are unimportant to Sundonak. Any battle is a worthy battle!
He covers the following spheres of reality: -

  • Courage / Valour
  • Prowess (Strength, Athletics, Skill, Vitality, Fitness, Endurance)
  • Honour in combat
  • War
  • Action (Confronting Problems, Competition, Adventure)
  • Sacrifice
  • Strategy / Tactics
  • Berserk
  • Discipline (Dedication)
  • Comradeship (Loyalty)

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Action is all that matters to the Priests of the Sundonak. The fact so many military personal actively follow Sundonak is more than enough evidence to prove that Sundonak is the epitome of a war god.
The vast majority of Sundonak Priests follow a strict code of conduct, which is: -

  • Vitality is the most important part of ones life; a person who is not operating in the prime of health is more likely to make mistakes. Vitality includes the mind; a strong thinker or an excellent plan can cause more damage then a thousand sword strokes. Strength is the most important part of Vitality; everything comes down to one form of strength or another.
  • Confront problems. Things will come back to haunt you regardless of whether you do something or not, so why sit back and let trouble come to you? A defeated enemy will often think twice about acting against you in any way, and if needs be a dead enemy is mostly someone you can forget about. Do not just seek the death of your enemies, a converted enemy can make a powerful ally and persuade more enemies to follow suite. Additionally it tends to require more effort to kill your enemies than to defeat them. Maximum effect for the smallest most efficient expenditure of energy is what is important, for the next battle could require more than a close victory could leave you with. In addition is the attitude of going out to meet challenges, to adventure.
  • Courage is vital. Fear of things is common, but giving in to that fear is a mistake. Another mistake is to interpret this part of the code as stupidity, rash decisions and a sense of "what the hell" is a weak form of courage, for it is often just a fear of a failure ruling the persons mind.
  • Comradeship is what keeps an army strong, it is also what keeps a community strong - strong groups can conquer all. Once true comradeship has been experienced there is very little to compare to it, in many ways it is a form of love and love can be a strong ally!

There are a few different sects of Sundonak Priests in addition to the common ones mentioned above.

Bodyguards: These Priests often protect Officials of settlements, usually members of the Settlement Officials, but it is not too uncommon for them to protect members of the other Organisations like the Bankers & Merchants Guild.
Their dedication to their duty is amazing, even compared to the fanatics of Fleyshur or Garthrana. What is also of importance to most people is how these Priests are so quick to die protecting their ward.

  • The Priests of this sect are the dangerous minions of Sundonak, emphasizing the qualities of Vitality, Sacrifice, Discipline, Comradeship, Courage and Honour above the others.

Anti-Magic: The few rare individuals that make up this sect believe that Magic is something left over from the Old Ones, that its constant use could cause their return. Most members of this sect believe that magic is dishonourable, that it is "cheating" and generally a weapon of cowards who should learn how to use real weapons. They say that too much power in one person's hands is dangerous, as power can so easily corrupt.

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Purists: Even more rare than the average Anti-Magic member are Priests of Sundonak called the Purists. They believe any magic and even ranged weapons should not be used. Needless to say most do not command long if they do attain any leadership position. Many other Sundonak Priests believe that these people are too rash, that they are tactical unsound, and thus are to be carefully watched and if possible educated.
Both groups tend to be very confrontational; feeling the need to prove themselves, which is usually delivered with a berserk attitude.

Another problem is that these Priests are generally quite, obviously, anti-Magic Cyrcle in their beliefs, often accusing members of the Magic Cyrcle of one scheme or another.

  • The Priests of both of these sects can be quite dangerous people; they emphasize the qualities of Action, Berserk, Vitality, Strategy, Courage and War.


As the middle sibling Baldor quickly developed into his role as mediator. The constant bickering between the Kharne Gods was eventually resolved by making Baldor settle the normal differences of young Gods (Garthrana, Fleyshur and Novala) against their mother and older siblings (Molwanh, Phyloqure, Ythcal and Sundonak).
Baldor learnt much from his eldest brother, Phyloqure, and Baldor soon grew to share many of his beliefs.
Baldor also was reputed to have tried to push for peace between the Old Ones and the Kharne Gods, but all we know about it, if it was attempted, is that it failed.
During the Divine War Baldor developed another role, that of healer. This expanded to include the role as protector, and as the Divine War continued his power actually grew as many prayed to him for blessings. This, along with his close bond with Phyloqure is how Baldor became the God of Home, Family, Mercy and Charity.
After the Divine War legend has it that Ythcal did not like the close bond Baldor and Phyloqure had developed, as the two often opposed Ythcal, so Ythcal managed to put them at odds with each other. In the end the problem was resolved, but their relationship has never been quite the same.

He covers the following spheres of reality: -

  • Healer
  • Mercy (Charitable)
  • Family
  • Home
  • Wisdom
  • Civilisation
  • Common Sense
  • Honesty (Trust, Loyalty, Friendship)
  • Mediator (Justice, Law)
  • Safety / Protection
  • Light
  • Freedom

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There are no major sect differences amongst the Priests of Baldor. They are nearly all skilled herbalists and healers. A keen sense of diplomacy is generally the next most valued trait, followed by the ability to mediate. After these it can vary quite a lot.

The Baldor Priests try to keep their freedom to include the fact that they should not interfere with anyone else's freedom, something that is much harder to do than it sounds.

Priests of Baldor tend to be in high demand in nearly all settlements. The combination of their healing skills, ability to settle disputes and the added benefit of them being quite adapt at protecting the settlement has made them a must even in the most rural of villages. An ironic point for many of those that are opposed to Baldor is that Baldor Priests tend to try and help them, partly in an effort to convert them. Of course most followers of the "evil" Gods just find the Baldor Priests efforts amusing.


Garthrana is slightly older than Fleyshur by only a few minutes. The twins have been at odds with each since they have existed. Garthrana was initially greatly impressed by Sundonak and strove to be like him, however she realised she could never replace him in the role of War God so instead she decided to counter her twin's irritating violent streak. Since then Garthrana and Fleyshur have had an obsession with defeating each other. The older Gods generally tolerate their sibling's obsession with each other and leave them to it.

Her natural tendency to challenge the actions of her twin developed over time into an obsession to right wrongs, eventually developing as the personification of revenge and also as the purifier.

When Fleyshur's minions gained the upper hand in Kharne Garthrana was distraught. Eventually, through sheer persistence, Garthrana was able to help her minions defeat the forces of Fleyshur.

Since the Fleyshur rampages came to an end Garthrana has tried to persuade the other Gods to help limit Fleyshur's activities. The other gods though have their own spheres of interest and tend to be a blinded to the actions of their sibling except where it interferes with their own concerns.

She covers the following spheres of reality: -

  • Persistence (Obsession)
  • Justice (Revenge, Law)
  • Sun (Light, Fire, Heat)
  • Anti-Undeath
  • Discipline
  • Hope

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The high expectations of Garthrana Priests is too much for most people, thus most of the active Garthrana Priests are quite impressive, and sometimes quite scary, people.
There are two main sects amongst the Garthrana Priests: -

Purifiers: This sect is peopled with zealots bent on the discovery and destruction of evil in all its many forms. Their obsessive natures often results in resentment by the common man especially when entire villages are burnt following accusations of necromancy. The Inquisitors say this is an unfortunate side effect of protecting everyone from evil. The Inquisitors are particularly opposed to necromancy, constantly searching for any signs of the foul creatures spawned by this dark art.

  • The Priests of this sect are the dangerous minions of Garthrana, emphasizing the qualities of Sun, Persistence and opposition to Necromancy in all its forms.

Inquisitors: This sect believes that seeking out corruption is often self-defeating. The Priests tend to be cynical or sceptical, waiting for true proof before acting. While this can be seen as logical and receives praise from the followers of Phyloqure, it can lead to missed opportunities, when evil could have been confronted and defeated, simply by acting too late; some Sundonak sects see this as a failing, rather than a strength.

  • The Priests of this sect are the dangerous minions of Garthrana, emphasizing the qualities of Hope, Justice and Discipline.


Being one of the youngest Gods, and also being slightly younger and initially weaker than Garthrana, gave Fleyshur a driving ambition to improve his standing. He quickly grew bored of trying to impress Sundonak, the whining of Molwanh, the waffle of Baldor, or the self-importance of Garthrana, etc. and so decided to change his position. Legends speak of Fleyshur's reckless attitude and chaotic violent nature was often a hindrance to the plans of the Kharne Gods in the Divine Wars, but other times it was the key to their victory. However Fleyshur's delight in violence, including the needless death of the Kharne Gods' minions eventually resulted in him being ostracized from the Kharne Gods for a brief while.
Fleyshur's ostracizing gave him a chance to interact with Kharne more, and for several centuries he watched and tinkered in the world affairs. Fleyshur was accepted back and things continued almost the same, except Fleyshur was less psychotic, although probably just to appease the other Gods.
After a time of what was probably feigned cooperation, Fleyshur unleashed a carefully constructed campaign to control the world. For a thousand years Fleyshur's minions held dominance in Kharne, but in the God Realms Fleyshur's power only slightly increased so the balance of power among the Gods hardly changed. It is believed by some that Fleyshur thought things became too easy, and it seemed that the other Gods were ignoring Kharne and only Garthrana really challenged him in any way. With her minion's constant defeat and the many hundreds of years in power Fleyshur actually began to get bored with his power in Kharne, especially since it seemed to be having little effect on the balance of power amongst the Gods.

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The eventual defeat of Fleyshur's minions mostly by Garthrana's minions, and the rebalancing of the powers of the Gods, has rekindled his passion for devastation and power.

He covers the following spheres of reality: -

  • Pain
  • Action (Confrontational, Competition (Impatient))
  • Violence (Devastation, Massacres)
  • Fire (Heat)
  • Change (Chaos (Not as in total chaos, or as in Randomness/Luck, but somewhere in-between))
  • Ambition
  • Power
  • Freedom
  • Anger
  • Passion


Fleyshur generally does not have sects. It is more a case of temporary allegiances, although temporary can include a few hundred years.

The Powermongers: This sect keeps rearing its ugly head, and during the Fleyshur rampages it dominated the chronicles of much of that period of history. This sect follows the aspect of Fleyshur that is best summed up as: -

  1. Only the powerful, the worthy, should rule.
  2. Servitude to someone worthy of it is okay, but servitude to someone who is not is a sin. The best person to lead is, of course, any minion of Fleyshur, and that the Priest should strive to be that leader.
  3. Static societies do not evolve. No society is perfect, so change is needed to keep the society healthy and to promote different good social qualities.
  4. Bureaucracy, whilst it has its place is not something to hide behind. More often than not a bureaucratic system is inefficient and has stagnated, thus it needs shaking up.
  5. One only needs to look at nature to see that it is the natural order of things for the strong to cull the weak and that evolution requires change.

Whilst they are often involved in plans to usurp power in a settlement, the Priests also tend to be powerful highly motivated members of a community. They nearly always require a good reason to back down from something, so weak leadership doesn't last long. Most importantly for most non-Fleyshur followers is that the Powermongers can often keep the other types of Fleyshur Priests in line.

  • The Priests of this sect are the "cultured" minions of Fleyshur, emphasizing the qualities of Change, Freedom, Power and Action.

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Chaos Lords: This rumoured elite sect does not lead in the open and is probably the only reason why it has never been out of operation, if it exists. They could just be a rumour, but many believe that the greatest victory Fleyshur has managed is for the majority of people to believe that Fleyshur's minions are stupid thugs; this idea is believed to be what allowed the Fleyshur rampage across Kharne to gain such momentum. It is speculated that the members of this sect are simply after one thing - Power, and that it's members are very dangerous as they often have lots of it.

  • The Priests of this sect are quite secretive and dangerous minions of Fleyshur, emphasizing the qualities of Power, Ambition and Violence.

Destructors: The last sect is not really a sect, as Priests with this inclination rarely work with each for more than a few years. They make very unstable allies, often turning on each other. The Fleyshur rampage was probably started by a group of these Fleyshur Priests that were able to tolerate each other for a surprising amount of time. It is also fairly certain that the ultimate collapse of Fleyshur's dominance over Kharne was a direct result of their inability to co-operate without a strong foe to unite them.

  • The Priests of this sect are the most dangerous minions of Fleyshur, emphasizing the qualities of Change (more like Chaos though), Action, Anger, Pain and Violence.


The youngest Kharne God, it is believed that she was still young when the Divine Wars were coming to an end. Novala and her minions helped distract the Old Ones minions, as she and her followers were not strong enough for more direct action.

Novala's powers quickly increased once established settlements grew in power. With the security offered by the settlements and Organisation of the civilised races, people turned to cultural pursuits to entertain themselves and fill the time. Soon all types of games, art forms, jobs and of course problems filled the settlements.

Novala is quite a whimsical Goddess. One moment she can be helping her followers the next she is making things difficult/"more interesting" for them. However with the wide range of Spheres that Novala covers, and with so many of them being emotions it is not surprising that she is so prone to changing her mind.
She covers the following spheres of reality: -

  • Power (Planning)
  • Trickery (Illusion, Lies, Secrets)
  • Beauty (Vanity)
  • Passions/Emotions (Love, Lust, Vice, Greed, Humour, Excitement)
  • Luck (Gambling)
  • Change (Whimsical)
  • Cultural Aspects (Dance, Art, Merchants, Commerce (Trade), Valuables, Luxuries)
  • Wit
  • Drugs

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One thing that just about all Priests of Novala share is their pursuit of self-gratification, however it is too easy for many citizens to confuse this with hedonism. It is true, however that many Novala Priests view the dedication and intensity of Priests following other deities as largely amusing and wholly unnecessary. Something else often linked to Novala Priests are drugs. The many different results that can be achieved with the application of herbs is quite staggering. In many settlements the Novala Priests production and distribution is strictly policed by settlement Officials, in other settlements it is more lax. What type of drugs and what they are used for depends entirely on the type of Novala Priests involved.
There are many Novala sects; the ones listed below are the main ones.
The Lucky Speculators: This sect believes that life is nothing more than a series of gambles, that success or failure is nothing more than chaos given form. They tend to follow paths that will likely result in the most fun for themselves and generally everyone else.
The Priests of this sect are the most easy going minions of Novala, emphasizing the qualities of Luck, Passions, Wit and Cultural Aspects.

Manipulators: This sect is not very big or common, and it has been stereotyped as being full of people who are weak bodied but having astute minds. Whilst this stereotype is quite appropriate, it is not strictly true. Their often-brilliant schemes are carefully and meticulously worked out, and have been the downfall of many powerful opponents. A few people that have faired badly when they come away from involvements with members of this sect compare these Novala Priests to Ythcal Priests. The sect is kept weak by its constant infighting, as the different members are often just out for themselves and frequently have opposing goals. There is much circumstantial evidence linking many members of this sect to the Thieves Guilds, and it is this that has regrettably tarred the other Novala Priests with accusations of just being a bunch of Thieves.
The Priests of this sect are the most dangerous minions of Novala, emphasizing the qualities of Trickery, Wit and Power.

Muses: This sect believes that everyone should pursue their heart and some sort of art form. They spend a lot of time educating people and motivating them to apply whatever talent they have. Their brilliant work and good people relations have earned them, and the other Novala Priests, great respect. In fact there have been times when this sect has helped keep the Novala Temples open when others have been persecuting Novala minions, or helped prevent war by distracting would be combatants.
The Priests of this sect are the most respected of the minions of Novala, emphasizing the qualities of Beauty, Cultural Aspects and Passion.


In closing it is most important to mention that this short summary only touches on the most common aspects of the Gods. This document is intended to give the reader a good approximation of what each God stands for and more importantly what the most common minions of a God stand for.

An additional note also worth mentioning is that it is believed that the different Gods have roughly the same power level

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