In Due Time
Faith and Religion
Worship of the Divine King is widespread amongst the men of this world, and this worship is reflected in the laws and customs of human-dominated society, and thus the laws and customs of much of the world. There are primarily two “sects” or interpretations of Divine King worship: The Sun Court, and the Phoenix Court.
Worship of Yhera and the Old Gods amongst the men of this world and in human societies persists. In most Sun Court lands, where making sacrifices and offerings is outlawed, practicing the Old Religion is difficult if not impossible. Here, worshipers of Yhera and the Old Gods are almost exclusively peasants, serfs, and the rural poor, and practice is in secret. In Phoenix Court lands, worship of Yhera and the Old Gods is permitted, so long as Islik is hailed as the Divine King of heaven and earth. The Old Religion is common among nonhumans and in Elvish and Dwarven lands and societies.