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Races of the Rosetree Kingdom

 

Religions

The elves of Habololy greatly respect the deities.  It would be very rare to find an Elf that did not worship one of the many Deities.

 

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The Oldest Orc: Only a few shrines exist.

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Habastly: One of the top two most influential religions of the Northern Elves along with Treetop.  Many of the elves worship Habastly.  The elves respect nature and all it has to offer.  They learn how to use nature to mutually aid itself and the elves.

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Treetop: Treetop and Habastly are the most revered faiths of the Northern Elves.  Treetop is respected because he is seen as the patron of the elves and because there are many rangers and archers among the elves.

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Smofarf: There are many worshipers and temples to Smofarf because of the elves natural affinity towards magic.

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Lakius: Northern elves respect Lakius but there are not many worshipers accept among the Valonas.

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Dedestroyt: Dedestroyt is respected since death is a natural part of the cycle of life.  There are many shrines.

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Tyrogatore: Very few worship the judge of the body.

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Compture: There are no worshipers of Compture and the religion is not tolerated.

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Han~Sui: Han~Sui is respected but due to his lawful nature does not have many worshipers

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Everentual: There are some worshipers of the judge of the soul.

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Gruweas: There are no worshipers of Gruweas among the elves.

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Celetal: Celetal is worshipped by many elves.  A high priest of Celetal is often appointed by the royal family to aid in counsel of the ruling king or queen.

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Tommimao: Tommimao has many worshipers among the elves.  They enjoy his happy-go-lucky style.  Elves also often enjoy travel and their rangers who specialize as pathfinders often respect Tommimao

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Tfop: Only a few shrines exist in the kingdom and thru out the lands of northern Plateauia.

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Falan: Few shrines exist throughout the nation.  The ones that due worship respects Falan ability as a wizard.  They use white necromancy to protect the elves from the undead.

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Lavash’Ki: Some seafaring elves have taken a liking to the pirate deity, but his worship is frowned upon by the kingdom.

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Frostine: There are very few worshipers of Frostine.

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Sutyr: Worship is not allowed among Elven communities.

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Dresta: Worshipers of Dresta are dealt with harshly by the elves.  They are generally killed because a worshipper of Dresta rarely surrenders peaceful.  If captured they are imprisoned.

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Arsur’anyodel: There are many worshippers of the lady of the moon.  They elves despise Dresta and join the Lady of the Moon in the battle against her.

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Stasis: Stasis is well respected but does not have many worshippers due to his lawful nature.

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Gnarion: There are not many worshippers but he is also well respected.

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Quan Yin: There are very few worshippers of Quan Yin.  The elves enjoy peace but realize the need for battle.


 

 

Cults

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Hemator: There are some elves that still worship and respect Hemator.  Although there are not many worshipers, many of the elves will tolerate their existence in the kingdom.

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Drunnbar: There are no worshipers of the Drunnbar.  Elves will not tolerate the faith of Drunnbar.  The tenants of Drunnbar’s faith go against the very nature of being and elf.  If a faithful of Drunnbar wanders in they politely ask them to leave.  If they do not leave they are closely watched and make sure they do nothing that cause trouble to the elves.

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Chaos: The cult is banned.

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Vishtoo: The cult is banned.

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Corahakar: While the kingdom does not like the faith of Corahakar, there is some debate over whether or not he should be left alone, if only to prevent the re-emergence of the Spider Queen.  Regardless, there are no worshippers among the northern elves.

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Loomashyn: The cult is banned, his followers imprisoned.

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Wandle: Worshipers are banned.

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Cult of the Slaughter: Worship is banned.

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Cult of Amat: This cult is barred.

 

 

Quasi-Deities and Lesser Cults

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Arsenal: He is hated for his desire to restore tinkers to a place of power.  Any of his followers are stripped of all of their belongings and sent into the mountains.

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

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Melodi: She has some worshippers among the elves.  The elves greatly respect her faith

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Taivas Valtias: Known also as the Sky Lord, this deity is mainly worshipped by the Valona, but its faith has spread to some sky or bird oriented followers of Treetop and Lakius.

 

 

Dead Faiths

The memories of the elves are longer than most.  They are more likely to remember past deities and more likely to retain some small measure of respect or even faith.

 

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Forsha: She was highly respected by the northern elves.  The glistening shield still hangs over the Court of the Rose.

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Gremdelivian: When he is remembered, it is with laughter.

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Highlander: He is still hated, years after his demise.

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Level: Even the elves have forgotten him.

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Cult of The Spider Queen: Her faithful are still killed on sight.

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Novine: He is not known.

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Pfot: The hatred of Pfot is on a level of that of Highlander.

 

 

Taivas Valtias [tae-vas val-tee-as]

This undefined deity is worshipped and claimed by the Valona and the winged Gree, as well as certain small Sakor’akai families.  Each group claims that the deity was once a member of their race.  The truth is yet unknown.

 

The deity is in direct competition with Lakius, whose clerics are clear about their dislike for the new cult.  Although the deity also threatens to take some followers from Treetop, his clerics are friendly to the small faith.

 

The clerics and faithful look to promote the existence and influence of the winged races.  They do this through actions, usually those that are artistic, and typically combat related.

 

Alignment: Neutral Good

Symbol: A Winged Sword

Aspects: Winged Humanoids, Dominance of the Skies, Artistic Weaponry

 

Domain: Air

Favored Weapon: One-Handed Sword (typically long or tri)

 

Faithful: 35,000

Associated Groups: Valona, Winged Gree


 

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