| became well known and well respected while
under the service of Jodan. I travelled from land to
land, never dealing much with the battling of the warring
priests, but more with advancing the knowledge of the
presence of the gods, their powers, and bringing more
worshippers into the three guilds. I believed then that
it was important for the guilds to be together, to fight
not against each other, but against ignorance, to profess
the teachings of each of our deities, to bring the
deities down into the mortal realm, and to do that, we
must all aspire to be like the gods themselves ...
ut I was not well respected among my colleagues, who only wanted to defeat the other Paths, to destroy anyone who did not follow their philosophy. I was shunned by the rest, and sent off on obscure missions, hidden from the masses where I could preach most effectively.
| owever, Jodan showed me that I must persevere
in my actions, and that I must try to do the best that I
can, even with what limited resources were available to
me. I taught the teachings of Jodan, and would tell
people what I know about the other gods, though I didn't
follow them, and I beleived Jodan smiled on me when I did
so. I am proud to say that many people decided to don the
priestly robes after having talked to me, and had me
sponsor them. Not all became powerful priests, but what
is the measure of power?
myself became very powerful under Jodan, which infuriated my colleagues. The Guildmasters at the time tried everything they could to stop me from becoming more powerful, by requiring me to do Quests that went against my own teachings, but the spell always fizzled for some reason. I myself believe it was divine intervention, but the others could not understand it...