The clergy of Bethylak follow two specific ceremonies each day, and without them find it difficult to function as Pilgrims. The first ritual is conducted within the first hour after waking and is called the Rite of Reason. This ritual clears the mind of the evenings dreaming and sharpens it for the day ahead. At the end of the day the Pilgrim performs the Rite of Wisdom where the knowledge of the day is passed onto Bethylak and any new findings are recorded for posterity.

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