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  • The Children of Winter

    Death. Disease. Rot. Most see these afflictions as unpleasant at best, evil at worst. The Children of Winter know that they too are part of the natural cycle, things not to be feared but to be embraced. They do not worship destruction, but they do …

  • Servants of the Children of Winter

    The majority of the sect’s adherents (totaling around 1,100) are human, with shifters making up almost all the rest. Those who join the Children of Winter hold to a cruel and unforgiving view of nature, in which only the strongest deserve to survive. They …

  • Rites of Rituals of the Children of Winter

    A common theme for all rituals of the Children of Winter is imminent risk of death, whether bringing it or surviving it. Along with the ritual of blight’s embrace, the sect performs the following. h4. *Initiation* The Children of Winter know that …

  • The Children of Winter in Everyday Life

    For most inhabitants of the Reaches, or anywhere the sect is active, the Children are a dangerous but limited force of nature. Like tornadoes, they are immensely destructive but very few in number; the average inhabitant is not touched by them. Being …

  • Temples and Shrines of the Children of Winter

    Individual packs do not establish shrines. They consider land they have “purified” to be dedicated to the forces of destruction, laying the way for the great rebirth to come. However, the sect as a whole considers the entire Gloaming to be sacred ground. …

  • Emblem of the Children of Winter

    The Children of Winter are not big on ceremony, and so they rarely employ tokens or signs to identify themselves. Many, though, wear bones as part of their garb, and sometimes the image of a gnawed femur (or an actual bone) marks a site of the sect’s …

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