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Church of the Forgotten
Most churches of the world are dedicated to specific gods. The Church of the Forgotten, however, is not one of them. Instead, the chroniclers, the label for church members, dedicate their lives to seeking out and preserving traditions, histories, and even gods who have nearly faded from all memory. Their devotion to their cause, the preservation of knowledge, is fierce to the point of fanatical.
The Church keeps extensive records of its pool of knowledge. Within their halls one can find fascinating artifacts and valuable relics from ages long past. In addition to these tangible assets, each individual chronicler is required to specialize in an area of lore and pursue as much detail as possible, making each church member indispensable to the cause. This practice also serves as a source of income for the Church, as chroniclers are sought out as guides for adventurers, or advisers for ambitious rulers.
The Church accepts members from all walks of life, so long as they can sufficiently dedication to the cause. Missionaries and outposts can be found across the world in any type of location. Items and records of high value, however, are kept in heavily guarded temples within larger cities.