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Faiths in the Kingdom of Yellowia

 

Religions

 

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The Oldest Orc: There are only a few shrines, and they are all in the northern lands, where the orcs live.

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Habastly: Habastly is the second most revered deity in the kingdom.  Every farmer at least respects Habastly.

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Treetop: The entire way of life in the kingdom was founded on the tenants of Treetop.  He is the most worshipped deity.  There are a hundred shrines and a dozen temples throughout the nation.

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Smofarf: Some of the wizards and crafters worship him, but his only shrines are in the cities.

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Lakius: Many of the fishermen and sailors follow Lakius.  He has temples in every city along the Astorian River.

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Dedestroyt: The antithesis of Habastly is rarely worshipped but overwhelmingly respected.

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Tyrogatore: His tough edicts appeal to the barbarians of the south kingdom, and that worship has spilled over to some of the others.  His teachings are nearly unknown elsewhere in the nation.

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Compture: Worship of Compture is frowned upon, but legal.  Several cities have shrines to the deity.

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Han~Sui: Spaced intermittently in some cities and the nobles lands are devoted enclaves of Han~Sui. The families of Eshalmon revere him above all others.

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Everentual: Very few worship the judge of the soul.

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Gruweas: There are no shrines, no temples, and few known followers.

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Celetal: Her worship is limited to only a few shrines, and a Halfling contingent in Palata.

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Tommimao: The religion of Tommimao is strong and widespread.  It appeals to the free spirited and the young.  There are over a hundred shrines and several temples.  His faith has boomed in recent years with the announcement by the king that he followed the teachings of Tommimao.  He is the first monarch to openly admit that in the kingdom’s history.

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Tfop: There are several shrines and a few temples.

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Falan: Several shrines exist throughout the nation.

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Lavash’Ki: Only the cities closest to the ocean have shrines to Lavash’Ki.

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Frostine: There are no worshippers.

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Sutyr: Although the worship of Sutyr is not explicitly banned, any followers that make their beliefs known are quickly shunned.

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Dresta: There are a few small covens of followers of Dresta in the rural towns.  Her faith is not illegal, but limited in its ceremonies.

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Arsur’anyodel: The kingdom of Yellowia has one of the largest contingents of faithful.  There are a dozen shrines and a temple in the kingdom.

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Stasis: Some of the noble families adhere to the faith of Stasis, but he is not widely worshipped by the people.

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Gnarion: There are few followers of Gnarion.

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Quan Yin: There are few followers of Quan Yin.

 

 

Cults

 

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Hemator: Although there are no laws against her cult, Hemator has never managed to gain more than a small foothold in Yellowia.  Every city has a shrine, but there are no temples.

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Drunnbar: Although they are not outlawed, no clerics of Drunnbar live in the kingdom.  He is however, worshipped by a number of Crystal dwarves that live below the nation.

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Chaos: The cult is banned and there are few agents working in or out of the kingdom.

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Vishtoo: The cult is banned, and there are no followers.

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Corahakar: The drow that live beneath the kingdom often belong to the cult of Corahakar.  Some surface dwellers have even been persuaded to join the cult.  As with most of the cults, they are not banned, but closely watched.

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Loomashyn: There are few followers, and those that do worship him stay in hiding.

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Wandle: Worship of the seductress is banned, but a cult occasionally appears in the cities.

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Cult of the Slaughter: The cult is banned, but there are several known enclaves in the western towns and villages, where there reside the most Umanin.

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Cult of Amat: This cult is banned.

 

 

Quasi-Deities and Lesser Cults

 

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Mouser: Few know of him, and fewer worship him.

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Arsenal: His followers are exiled when found.

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Melodi: The Bardic College is one of the few hubs a faith in the world for Melodi and her followers.

 

 

Dead Faiths

 

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Forsha: None know of her existence.

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Gremdelivian: None know of its existence.

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Highlander: He is remembered and hated.

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Level: None know of his existence.

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Cult of The Spider Queen: Many stories are told of the horrors of the Spider Queen and how her evils were greater than any the kingdom faces today.

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Novine: None know of his existence.

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Pfot: Only the most educated know that he existed.


 

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