Above and Below the World
The Path of Order
Torm: Servants of the True unflinchingly serve good and justice. Knightly orders and most monarchies worship Torm. Because Tormites believe that salvation may be found through service, feudal societies hold Torm in high regard. His opposition to Bane is a common theme in art myth, and many Tormites also, in their way, pay respect to Bane, creating a dualistic religion concerning how honest men of order deal with good and evil.
Helm: The Vigilant one is the defender of impartial order and justice within the realms. His stability and defense of laws has led to a number of city states and formal institutions (such as the university of Kielbourg)adopting him as a patron. Among individuals he is not commonly worshiped due to his perceived coldness to the plight of the common villein.
Bane: With the exception of the dreaded Zhentarum, Bane’s worshipers in the wider realms consists of the occasional isolated doomsday cult who worship Bane in the “final days” to appease the malevolent deity before all the world is destroyed. Ironically these worshipers are usually begin their religious devotions as adherents of good gods, such as Torm or Lathander, who incorporate the great evil in their pantheon to underscore the great goodness of their patron god.
Religion in Eureïos