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Deific Orders

Deific OrderDescription
Aeon GuardianAeon guardians worship the Mana Goddess, Minerva. In her neutrality and control over life-cycles, aeon guardians help people to move onto their next life as well as aid those who still have time within their life. Controlling the ebb and flow of both health and magic, aeon guardians can also keep their allies in top shape.
ArchaeanArchaeans worship the God of Earth, Titan. Archaeans are mortals who willingly take on the mantle of immortal warriors through ritual and devotion, imbuing themselves with the patience and eternal strength of stone.
ChronomancerChronomancers worship the Time God, Zomala. These worshippers are the enforcers for Zomala for time mages who abuse time. They actively hunt these time mages and often strip them of their magic for a time, punishing them for their misuse of time magic.
DraconianDisciples of the dragon god, Bahamut, revere all forms of draconic nature. Many draconians are thrill-seekers for the cause of good, channeling their divine power in ways that allow them to take on their powerful foes head on.
FulgarianDisciples of Ramuh seek knowledge of all things. Mostly of the arcane but they are inclined to learn as much as they can about the world. Some act as neutral advisers in times of war or to those seeking guidance and knowledge within their own lives. Above all, their study is in the magical arts, and are very protective of the right to study it and use it.
GlacianGlacians worship the Ice Goddess, Shiva. Desiring to bring their goddess’s guidance to the land and to help sculpt not just themselves but this world into a thing of beauty. They can see the good in most things and often becomes lenient to those who do wrong. Though, the goddess’s wrath is not unknown, those who seek to walk on thin ice with the goddess and her disciples will likely see it shatter.
HydraeanHydraeans worship the God of the Sea, Leviathan. Hydraeans who live in or near the sea embrace the watery aspect of their deity. In aquatic communities, a hydraean is often a healer and spiritual leader. Hydraeans understand the tempestuousness and cruelty of the sea, but also its generosity and bounty.
InfernianDisciples of Ifrit are known as bringers of fire and war. Living to conquer and fight, either for the sake of stoking their own flames or to snuff out those who grows dim. Many infernians live to fight for one cause or another and love to battle in war, they are known to be passionate about their individual beliefs and the fight keeps their passions burning. They seek to the flames for Ifrit’s guidance in this cruel world, as his fire burns the brightest of all.
KefkaniteA faithful follower of Kefka, imbued with his demented personality and megalomania, seeks to curry favor with his god. Kefkanites are territorial creatures, always seeking to be the one Kefka chooses as his avatar, to rule in his name.
LunarianLunarians worship the goddess, Althena. In Her Light and Wisdom, the lunarians spread Her Love, healing the sick and feeding the poor. The lunarian is also a master of battlefield revivification, sustaining and restoring allies to keep them in the fight.
SoulreaperSoulreapers worship the God of Death, Hades. Soulreapers are servants of the god of death, that draw on the powers of life and death to destroy supernatural evil. If the undead cannot be turned, it must be destroyed. The soulreaper hunts vampires, stalks ghouls, and haunts the haunts. He is to them what they are to the living. His hooded visage and shining blade will strike fear in those that deal in terror. He is the reaper of the soul, and sower of life.