The True, The Blind One, The Magnificent Magistrate, The Exalted Judge

Spheres of Influence: Justice, truth

Alignment: Lawful Good

Symbol: A scale balanced on the tip of a golden sword against a white background.

Divine Focus: Small golden sword or a tiny scale.

Holy Days: Summer and Winter Solstice

Place of Worship: City temples (they often contain courtrooms)

Colors: White, gold

Animal: Falcon

Appearance: The magnficent Magistrate appears as a young, beatuiful, athletic being. She has long blond hair and piercing blue eyes. The Exalted Judge is clad in gold chainmail and a flowing white cloak; she wiels tow longswords (Truth Seeker and Justice Bringer), which are known as the Swords of Justice.

Church: The Courts of Justice

Clergy: Truthseekers

Raiment: Depends on rank (See below)
Referee: White
Arbitrator: White – thin gold hem
Magistrate: White – broad gold hem
Justice: gold – thin white hem
Adjudicator: gold – broad white hem
Justifier: gold – broad white hem and sash
True Seer: gold – borad white hem, sash, and collar
High Seer: gold 0 borad white hem, sash, collar, and gold head band

Clerics: Justic and truth are the foundation blocks upon which the Courts of Justice and its faitha re laid. The Truthseekers believe all who defy justice should be brought before the Exalted Judge. However strong their desire to see justice done, it is tempered by their adherence to the laws of society (as long as the laws of a society are just and true in the eyes of the Courts of Justice).
When residing in a city, all clerics must attempt to intervene and resolve any disputes they encounter.
Before becoming a Truthseeker, an initiate must confess all lies and unjust acts he has told or committed in the past. Thereafter, if a Truthseeker knowingly bears false witness he must seek out a higher-level Truthseeker and ask for atonement. Any cleric who knowingly tells a falsehood a second time or willingly commits an act of injustice is defrocked. A Truthseeker would rather die than tell a lie or give information that a captor could use to commit an injustice.
Travelers can find temples and altars to the Exalted Judge in most cities and larger towns in civilized societies. Lords often appoint Truthseekers as magistrates or judges. Some Truthseekers travel the countryside in search of those who commit crimes against society.

Sayings: When a man lies, he slays forever a part of the world. 0 Bearing flase witness is the greatest injustice that can be performed on society, for without truth, reality is an illusion. – Justice is best performed in a court of law. – Be just and true and only good will come to you. – If one chooses to live within society, one must follow society’s laws else suffer Her Rightful and Just Wrath. – The truth shall make you free.


Chandar HenryKessler