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Priest

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Priesthood
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Module
Details
Wages
Receiving livelihood by "voluntary" donations
Schedule
Almost incessantly; higher work pressure during holidays
Qualities
Good priest: wisdom, morality, forbearance, modesty, helpfulness, openness
Bad priest: bigotry, bastardness, hypocrisy, rapacity, selfishness, idiocy, xenophobia
Description
Serving the Gods, the people and themselves; celebrating devotions, giving spiritual advices or absolutions; converting the infidels; exorcising
Conditions
Variable, ranging from the poor rural parishes to rich city cathedrals or royal chambers
Benefits
Attaining enlightenment and/or a good social position; feeling pleasure from converting people on the right path
Drawbacks
Not all of people like being converted or instructed, many of them don't care about your advices; squabbling with rationalists, mages or people of other religion can lead you to the madness
Appearance(s)

Priests and priestesses are representatives of the various cults and religions. Some of them are also magic users who consider their "talents" god-given or divine, and tend to take exception to the word "spell" in particular.

Notable priests and priestesses[edit | edit source]

In The Witcher computer game[edit | edit source]

In The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings[edit | edit source]

In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

In The World of the Witcher[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]