As a Bethylakian there are some clear guidelines that are to be followed; as a Holy Warrior or Lorekeeper you should follow the code below. This code is the guidance by which you set examples to the world that you strive to protect, a Lore Keeper is the shining example of the faith, one who is given great power by the God and to break their tenets would be to break favour with the deity and lose not only the power that he has gifted but more, the very purity of their souls. Following these tenets are a guideline to how piety works and how, as a follower of the faith, your piety can be increased and decreased at the whim of the Gods.

Tenets of the Lorekeepers

You will preserve the Church of Bethylak and his tenets, bowing to those Pure of Faith and obeying his enlightened in all things.

You will guard the fragile balance of Time. None shall interfere with the ebb and flow of time any who attempt to must be stopped. If persons have travelled the ebb and flow of time they must be pursued and their works undone.

You will preserve the fate of the world. The time of this worlds end is far from the time of your birth. You must move with every breath of your body to preserve the fate of the world, ensuring that those that would undo its fate are fought and destroyed.

You will protect the bearers of knowledge and wisdom and shall never rise a blade to them unless in self defence. Nor shall you stand by whilst one is harmed, this includes storytellers, masters and the like.

You will spread knowledge wherever it is prudent to do so and halt the flow of knowledge that would be used without reason or wisdom. Keep no secrets for their own sake.

You will move to curb and deny falsehood, rumour and deceitful accounts and histories whenever you encounter them. Destroy such falsehoods if they are written accounts.

You will sponsor and assist any Bards, Scribes, record keepers and the like whenever you encounter them and perceive a need.

Spread the knowledge of the written word to those who ask for it, so long as there is time available, and ask no fee for your time.

Never deliver a message falsely or incompletely but always just as you receive it.

Ensure that all artifice that you discover reaches its fated owner and does not fall into misuse, disrepair, or redundancy.

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