Istivin : City of Shadows.

Temple scene.

The temple gets cleaned up to a degree and the keys are handed over to the most devout parishioner – Boz. Boz decides to move in with a few of the other young worshipers and they seem like decent guys and there really isn’t anything to steal. Their presence and the locked doors should keep the burglars and bums out for now …

Boz looks around confused and then says _ Ill put some robes on and see what I can learn from the library … Ill take collections to buy some lamp oil and incense and buckets and scrubbers and we will clean more… We should probably send for a real priest from one of the towns…now that the Bishop is gone …

Pelor wisdoms …

Alleviate suffering wherever you find it. As a god, Pelor has no need for or interest in wealth, power, or offerings from mortals. The only sincere and proper way to serve Pelor is to provide aid and comfort to mortals. He calls upon his clerics to feed the starving, bring water to those dying of thirst, cure the sick, and heal the wounded. As opposed to evil and corruption as Pelor may be, he places the needs of the innocent first and foremost. Alleviating suffering must come first; there will always be time to smite evil later.

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