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The Order of Dalraaen
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Scrasamax's comment on 2007-03-31 05:28 PM
Hit me with a gavel and pronounce me guilty. The only thing I was expected and didn't find is what I have termed Axiophilia, or Love of Law and Rules. I half expected this to be a cult of semi-delusional obsessive-compulsive axiophiles so in love with the letter of the law that they began to worship it. Thank you for not being what I expected. Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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Cheka Man's comment on 2007-03-30 01:06 PM
Law as Religion-I think I like this theocracy. Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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Cheka Man's comment on 2009-10-01 10:32 AM
What would they think of the worshippers of Jove? Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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necromancer's comment on 2007-04-08 12:41 PM
I love this god! I'm definatly going to make some use of this guy. Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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Dozus's comment on 2007-04-01 11:12 AM
Happy to surprise you. :)

I really wanted to cast them as a religion dedicated to order of all kinds: natural, social, personal, etc. Law logically followed order, hence it is somewhat legacentric (my own coined term). But their real aim is to bring the universe to order, not govern it through red tape. Go to Comment
The Order of Dalraaen
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Wulfhere's comment on 2007-04-06 11:13 AM
A well-conceived religion, credible and detailed. I would expect such an order to become increasingly concerned with rules and propriety as time passed, until they eventually choked under the weight of their own detailed customs and limitations, requiring reformation for the church to survive. Go to Comment
The Sisterhood of the Pelagic Queen
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manfred's comment on 2008-06-15 04:08 PM
There are a few monastic orders and the like, but sisterhoods seem to be really in short supply. But as with other rare topics, we have at least something, and this is a very good something. :)

What is their relation to other free peoples of the see... namely pirates, smugglers, and other ne'er-do-wells? I would think they have come into some sort of agreement over the years. Go to Comment
The Sisterhood of the Pelagic Queen
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Cheka Man's comment on 2007-03-30 01:11 PM
One of their ships would be a bad place for any male to be. Go to Comment
The Sisterhood of the Pelagic Queen
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Dozus's comment on 2013-03-14 03:58 PM
The Sisters care little for the affairs of land-dwelling men. Smuggling and piracy only bother them in that it troubles the waters of their goddess. If troublemakers get too close, the Sisters will make swift work of them as with any other vessel, eliminating the men and taking in the women.

Most pirates are superstitious and avoid the women, thinking them a bed omen. A few enterprising smugglers have learned the routes their floating cloisters wander, which even naval forces steer clear of. They follow far enough (they hope) to avoid detection by the Sisters, but using paths they know are under-guarded. Go to Comment
The Sisterhood of the Pelagic Queen
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valadaar's comment on 2007-03-30 01:33 PM
A well detailed religous order - I like it! Go to Comment
The Sisterhood of the Pelagic Queen
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Stephie's comment on 2008-06-14 10:16 AM
I've actually been looking for information on sisterhoods and it's not as common as I was hoping. Great job on your sub. Go to Comment
The Cultus of Vautu
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Scrasamax's comment on 2007-03-31 05:18 PM
I like the idea of the body-hopping Paragon. A solid submission with a good amount of detail. Go to Comment
The Cultus of Vautu
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Cheka Man's comment on 2007-03-30 01:16 PM
They remind me a little bit of the Children of Ma-O on Acqua as both share simerler goals, to cause as much trouble as they can. Go to Comment
The Cultus of Vautu
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Dozus's comment on 2008-01-11 08:05 AM
The soul of the new Paragon's host will remain in that body until death. They will have no autonomy and be completely subject to the Paragon's will, but for the rest of their (probably brief) life they have the honor of sharing a body with the original Paragon. Go to Comment
The Cultus of Vautu
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valadaar's comment on 2007-03-30 12:28 PM
Awesome, but I have one question:

What happens to the soul of the person who kills the Paragon? If their soul ends up being pushed out by the current Paragon's soul, there really is no motivation to killing the Paragon. Go to Comment
The Cultus of Vautu
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Wulfhere's comment on 2007-04-06 11:55 AM
This is a well-thought out cult, working in the background to bring chaos and death. I like the believable details and the interations with the continent's other religions.

It's hard to produce a credible cult of murderous and bloody-handed chaos-worshippers. Despite the many violent sects the world has seen, few were truly monstrous: With the exception of small groups of fools, led by madmen, even the most wicked of cults tends to justify their actions in terms of good and justice. Go to Comment
The Sectarian Wars - A History
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Strolen's comment on 2007-04-15 06:13 PM
I really liked the major events and battles timeline. While some of it might be a bit difficult to absorb into a game, the sub is worth its weight just for the ability to have a bulleted history that is immensely useable. Go to Comment
The Sectarian Wars - A History
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manfred's comment on 2007-04-15 02:25 PM
Now, that was _some_ long piece! I admit to be overwhelmed by all the battles, places and people, but that is to be expected by a historical tractate. I also wonder how that classless society looked in the end, but that's nothing major.

All in all, solid work. Go to Comment
The Sectarian Wars - A History
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Scrasamax's comment on 2007-03-30 02:58 AM
Wow. That was a long read and I've not gotten into any of the factions. I love that Vedast has made an appearance and would have to have seen a link back to him somewhere.

And all this time I thought Communists were supposed to be atheists. Go to Comment
The Sectarian Wars - A History
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Cheka Man's comment on 2007-03-30 01:01 PM
A religious Mao-type Communist. Go to Comment
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