A Hark H'Jarad Affair: Veiled Faith
Kaielif is the warden of lies and sins. Although he abides no wrong doing, not all evil will make it into his Prison of Suppression. Kaielif does not tolerate selfishness nor self pity. Any whimsical casting off of one’s sin is deemed shallow and unworthy. A great series of events must ensue before any failing of one’s being is forgiven. Many pilgrimages are made in his honour and may last several weeks at a time.
The priests of Kaielif will guide those on the path. Most are encouraged to self guide, as any interference from a priest would corrupt the process. This is believed to be in reflection of the second law of Doctrine. The priest would be made less holy and the pilgrim’s offering would be seen as selfish and unthinking of the harm to the priest. Most priests of Kaielif will refrain from speaking for this reason. They will offer choices and paths for the pilgrim only on behalf of narrowing the focus of the seeker’s route to redemption. This, as it is mindful and not controlling of the process because the choice is present, is acceptable.
Wards exist in many areas of the second and third rings, these service the larger undisciplined populous that live in the outer ring. These wards are like confessionals, and serve to help the sinners open up to their gods in private, while also being observed by the guiding priest.
Accepted Deities to follow under this god:
Pelor, god of sun, light, strength and healing. More humans worship Pelor than any other deity.
Nerull, god of death, darkness, murder and the underworld.
Wee Jas, goddess of magic, death, vanity, and law.
Erythnul, god of hate, envy, malice, panic, ugliness, and slaughter.
Saint Cuthbert, god of common sense, wisdom, zeal, honesty, truth, and discipline.