Apps are currently closed | Culturally, the cth’leans valued knowledge over nothing else. Keeping a secret from somebody was considered a great insult, at least, not without divulging why it must be kept secret.
But after that was religion. There were thousands of religious orders, based around various values. Those determined to seek knowledge were, naturally, many of the largest and most numerous religions, such as my own order, or the Second Church of Aa’Rii.
Others, however, would be focused on the ideas of providing services to others, whether in spreading knowledge to those outside a specific religion, such as the Collegiate Temple or Wings of Literacy. Yet others would see a practical need in the world, such as farming or maintaining electrical networks, such as The Holy Growth or Ordo Electricia. Regardless of one’s motivations or desires in the world, it would be achieved through organization and faith in higher powers.
As most cth’leans acted on a desire to benefit the greater good, som...