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Religion: Kir'Jolith

Name:Kir'Jolith Chosen One:Aeson
Ethos/Alignment:Neutral GoodArchon:Morrigan
Short Description:WatchfulCommander:Kirdros
 

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Gender: Male

Kir'Jolith is a war god, but not one possessed by bloodlust and needless
violence. He represents righteous warfare, launched to right grievous wrongs. 
Kir'Joliths behavior reflects this orientation, though his temper is not
swift, it is sure when combat is justified. Kir'Jolith has a strong sense of
honor and fair play. He targets the guilty only and avoids involving 
innocents. Kir'Jolith cannot tolerate tyranny, fighting it with tireless 
heroism and discipline. His zeal for the cause of Good is outstanding. He 
aggressively seeks to rebuild his power base, recruiting worshippers to the 
war for Good.

Kir'Jolith is far more aggressive then most people know. As the war god of
Good, he seeks to rebuild his power base to counter further threats from Evil.
He sees the followers Of MyrKhul and Tyrgoth as terrible threats. Kir'Jolith
actively recruits for his cause seeking warriors with courage, heroism, self-
sacrifice, and obedience. The warriors and priests of Kir'Jolith seek out Evil
and bring the battle aggressively to them.

Influences:    War, battle, courage and heroism.

Symbols:       Scales of Justice and the Sun Symbol of Ra

               Also Minotaurs Horns or a Horned battle Axe 

Colours:       Brown and White /Magenta

Kir'Jolith met and fell in love with Mystara and the feelings were mutual. 
Hundreds of years later Mystara and Kir'Jolith gave birth to twins, one, 
Loviatar, being born tainted and dark, the other, Astinus, chose the path of
true neutrality, apart from this, he was similar to his father in many ways. 

Followers of Kir'Jolith are expected to remain secretive and are picky about 
those who wish to know more of their religion, but those who are chosen must 
have a true understanding of the ethos of Kir'Jolith and his place in the 
realms.
 
Those seeking the path of the true God will need to study and understand the
following:
 
 
Neutral Good

Creatures of this alignment see the cosmos as a place where law and chaos are 
merely tools to use in bringing life, happiness and prosperity to all deserving
creatures. Order is not good unless it brings this to all; neither is 
randomness and total freedom desirable if it does not bring such good.

Another definition:

Neutral Good

Unlike those directly opposite them (neutral evil) in alignment, creatures of 
neutral good believe that there must be some regulation in combination with 
freedoms if the best is to be brought to the world -- the most beneficial
conditions for living things in general and intelligent creatures in 
particular.

 
Summary

A neutral good character does the best that a good person can do. He is devoted
to helping others. He works with kings and magistrates but does not feel 
beholden to them. The common phrase for neutral good is "true good." Neutral 
good is the best alignment you can be because it means doing what is good 
without bias toward or against order.
 

To understand how the two part alignments (Moral and Ethical) of Clandestine 
relate to one another and how each part of the alignment affects the other,
you should consider the following:

Kir'Jolith is morally Good and ethically Neutral
 

The moral axis has three positions: good, neutral and evil.

Good characters generally care about the welfare of others.

Neutral people generally care about their own welfare.

Evil people generally seek to harm the others welfare.
 

The ethical axis has three positions as well: lawful, neutral, and chaotic.

Lawful people generally follow the social rules as they understand them.

Neutral people follow those rules they find convenient or obviously necessary.

Chaotic people seek to upset the social order and either institute change, 
or simply create anarchy.

 
Therefore those in Kir'Jolith follow the rules they find convenient or
necessary and generally care about the welfare of others.
 
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