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Удобный список святых и для чего им молиться [Feb. 9th, 2017|02:54 pm]
your enemy, Mel
St.Adrian: Patron Saint of soldiers and butchers, he was a pagan
officer who converted to Christianity and suffered horrible tortures
before his death. He increases Charisma and Endurance (healing only)
by a modest amount, and greatly increases all weapon skills.

St.Agatha: Patron Saint of bells and nurses, she was subjected to many
tortures during the Roman persecutions. Depictions in art works led to
the practice of blessing bread on her holy day. She increases Charisma
and Endurance (healing only) by a modest amount; females gain a large
amount of Endurance.

St.Agnes: A great Christian symbol of virginity and innocence, Agnes
grants no benefits unless the party contains at least one female. She
increases local reputation and Charisma by a good amount.

St.Aidan: An Irish saint (also known as Maedoc) known for his
miraculous fasts and prayers, Aidan is also known for his kindness
and love of animals. He increases Woodwise by a very great amount,
and may allow the party to communicate with or control wild animals.


St.Albert the Great: Patron Saint of learning, he increases Alchemy by
a very great amount, greatly increases Speak Latin and Read/Write, and
provides a modest increase to Intelligence and Perception.

St.Alcuin: A passionate devotee of both elementary and higher
education, Alcuin was made advisor to Charlemagne in 781. He provides
a very great increase to Latin and Read/Write, and a modest increase to
Intelligence. He also makes nobility more favorable toward the party.

St.Alexis: Patron Saint of beggars, Alexis was famous for his vows of
extreme poverty, living anonymously for seventeen years as a beggar in
his own home. He increases local reputation by a good amount, and
Charisma by a modest amount. He also grants the party money if they
become impoverished.

St.Andrew: Patron Saint of Scotland, Russia and fishermen, Andrew was
one of the twelve apostles. He improves Endurance and Charisma by a
modest amount. He gives a good increase to location reputation in
Scotland or Russia.

St.Andrew the Tribune: A tribune in the Roman army, Andrew called upon
Christ and was granted a victory. He and his men converted, and were
arrested and slain. He greatly increases skill with Edged, Impact,
Pole, Thrown and Bow weapons.

St.Anthony: Patron Saint of skin disease, domestic animals and
basket makers, Anthony was renowned for his acetism and devotion to
God. He grants a small increase to Strength and Endurance (healing
only) and to Charisma. He increases Speak Common and Latin by a good
amount, and Read/Write by a very great amount. He can also be called
upon to banish demons.

St.Anthony of Padua: Patron Saint of the poor, Portugal, lost articles
and harvest, Anthony of Padua was known for his fiery sermons and
ability to make converts. He provides a small increase to Strength, a
modest increase to Perception, a good increase to Impact Weapons and
Latin, and a large increase to Charisma and Speak Common.

St.Arnulf: Of noble birth, Arnulf was a warrior and was very
influential in affairs of state in the early 600's. He provides a
small increase to Strength and Intelligence, a modest increase to
Read/Write, Latin, Streetwise, Riding and Perception, and a good
increase to all weapon skills.

St.Apollinarius: Famous for his teachings and writings; called "The
Apologist" for the Apologia of Christianity he wrote to a Roman
emperor. Invoked in combat, he can cause enemies to desist or run away.
He can also heal a small amount of lost Strength and a fair amount of
lost Endurance.

St.Barbara: Patron Saint of gunners, miners, builders and artillery.
Betrayed by her own father, she became a virgin martyr for her faith.
She greatly increases Artifice, and provides a very great increase to
Mechanical Missile skill. She also prevents death from wounds for a
period (strength never goes below 1).

St.Bathildis: Also known as Bathild; she was a slave girl given to the
mayor of the imperial palace under King Clovis of France. In 649 he
married her; after his death she ruled as regent, enacting many great
works. She increases Intelligence and Perception by a small amount,
and can be invoked to free the party from imprisonment.

St.Boniface: A successful teacher and preacher known for the
destruction of the Oak of Thor, an object of pagan worship. He provides
a modest increase to Charisma, all Weapon skills, and Speak Common. He
can be invoked to destroy pagan sites and to purify defiled areas, and
to protect the party against pagan and satanic beings.

St.Catherine: Patron of philosophers, preachers, students, librarians,
and maidens, Catherine is one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers and is known
for her faith and conversions. She provides a small increase to
Intelligence, a good increase to Charisma, and a tremendous increase to
Speak Common.

St.Catherine of Siena: Patron Saint of Italy and one of the most
powerful Christian mystics of her time, Catherine is noted for her
devotion to healing the sick. She provides a good but variable increase
to Perception and Charisma, and a large increase to Speak Common; she
can also help the invoker sense evil or have prophetic dreams.

St.Cecilia: Patron Saint of music, she was forced into marriage but
converted her husband. Condemned for her faith, she was miraculously
saved from her sentence of death-by-suffocation. She increases
Charisma by a small amount, and enhances local reputation greatly
if the person has a musical instrument. She can also save the party
from suffocation.

St.Ceolwulf: Former king of Northumbria, Ceolwulf was not a great
leader, though he was praised for his piety. His tomb was the site of
many miracles. He provides a small increase to Intelligence and
Perception, and a modest increase to Strength, Latin, and all weapon
skills.

St.Charity: One of the ten daughters of Wisdom, when the ancient
Romans put her in a furnace, she emerged unscathed. She can improve
everyone's resistance to flame as well as greatly improving the
resistance of one chosen person; she also heals a small amount of
Endurance.

St.Christina, Astonish.: At the age of 21, Christina apparently died
of an epileptic fit. During her mass, she suddenly awoke and flew to
the roof of the church. Many levitations (translations) were attributed
to her. She provides a small but variable increase to Charisma and a
modest increase to Agility; she may sometimes translate the party away
from difficulties.

St.Christopher: Patron Saint of travellers and pilgrims, who carried
travellers across rivers. He survived many tortures and attacks for
the sake of Christ. He improves travel speeds, restores a small amount
of strength and a modest amount of Endurance, and improves bow weapons
and Streetwise by a good amount, and Woodwise and Riding by a very
great amount.

St. Clare: Known for extreme piety and vows of severe poverty, Clare
was instrumental in the spread of Fransicanism and the defense of
Assisi. She can restore strength and endurance losses, and cause
satanic foes to rout from battle.

St.Clotilda: Married Clovis, King of the Franks, in 492, and was
credited with saving one of his armies in battle. After his death,
she devoted her life to helping the sick. She increases Charisma by a
modest amount and Healing by a good amount. She also heals a small
amount of Strength and a good amount of Endurance.

St.Colman of Cloyne: Patron of Cloyne, Ireland, Colman was a poet and
later the royal bard of Cashel. He provides a modest increase to
Charisma and Latin, a good increase to Read/Write, and a very great
increase to Speak Common.

St.Columba: A powerful figure in Ireland, Columba did evangelical work
among the picts of Scotland as penance for causing a battle between
two monasteries. He provides a small increase to Charisma, a modest
increase to Endurance and Strength, and a good increase to all melee
weapon skills. He causes a small temporary loss to Perception.

St.Cosmas: Patron Saint of barbers and physicians, Cosmas was twin
brother to Damian; the two performed many miracles both before and
after their deaths. Cosmas enhances Perception by a small amount, and
healing by a tremendous amount; he also heals a small amount of
Strength and Endurance, and gives knowledge of St. Damian.

St.Crispin: Patron Saint (along with his brother Crispinian) of
cobblers, leatherworkers, and shoemakers. Crispin was a shoemaker by
trade who made many converts. The quality of all non-metal armor in
may be enhanced.

St.Cyprian: A sorceror and black magician who attempted to win the
love of a Christian girl through magical means. Her faith was stronger
than his magic; he renounced his evil ways and converted. He enhances
Intelligence and Alchemy by a small amount, and causes satanic magic
to fail 50% of the time.

St.Damian: Patron Saint of barbers and physicians, Damian was twin
brother to Cosmas; the two performed many miracles both before and
after their deaths. Damian restores all lost Endurance and a good
amount of lost Strength; he also brings automatic knowledge of St.
Cosmas.

St.David: Patron of Wales and an English baron who became King of
Scotland; he warred unsuccessfully for the English throne. Known for
his charities, pieties, and justice. Grants a small increase to
Charisma and Intelligence, and a modest increase to Perception, weapons
skills and Riding.

St.Denis: Patron of Paris and France, beheaded because of his success
in making converts. His followers rescued his body from the Seine.
Restores a great amount of lost Strength and a small amount of
Endurance; greatly enhances Charisma and Speak Common and can enhance
local reputation in Paris and France.

St.Derfel Gadarn: In early life a soldier who may have fought by the
side of King Arthur; later, miracles were attributed to his wooden
statue. Provides a small increase to Strength, heals a modest amount
of Endurance, and provides a very great increase to all weapons skills.
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St.Devota: Patron of Monaco and Corsica, Devota was a young Christian
girl who was racked to death for her faith. She can restore all lost
Endurance and some Strength, and aid the party in withstanding or
escaping torture. Greatly enhances Charisma and may enhance local
reputation in Corsica and Monaco.

St.Dismas: Patron of thieves and condemned criminals, Dismas is
thought to be the thief crucified with Christ. He increases Agility,
Woodwise and Stealth (for the entire party) by a good amount, and
Streetwise and Artifice by a very great amount. He increases Charisma
and Speak Common, and may allow escape attempts from prison.

St.Dominic: Patron Saint of astronomers and founder of the Dominican
order, Dominic also travelled widely in Spain. He enhances
Intelligence, Speak Common, Latin, and Read/Write by a good amount.
He may also cause members of the inquisition to treat the party with
respect and deference.

St.Dorothy of Montau: Patron Saint of Prussia, a gentle and humble
pilgrim who tamed a violent father, the swordsmith Albrecht of Danzig.
She can sense evil, especially in Germans, and improves Charisma and
Healing by a good amount, and Perception by a modest amount. She may
even provide a wondrous longsword to the needy.

St.Drogo: Patron Saint of shepherds, he was a pilgrim, shepherd and
hermit himself. He increases Perception by a modest amount, Healing
by a good amount, and Woodwise by a very great amount. He also
increases the party speed, but not the frequency of encounters.

St.Dunstan: Patron Saint of blacksmiths, armorers, goldsmiths,
locksmiths, and jewelers, Dunstan enhances Perception, weapons skill,
Alchemy and Streetwise by a modest amount, and Artifice by a very
great amount. In addition, the quality of all metal armor in the party
may be enhanced.

St.Dymphna: Patron Saint of epileptics, the mentally ill, and those
possessed by devils, Dymphna was killed by her father when she refused
his incestuous advances. She heals a good amount of Endurance, and
provides an increase to Agility and Healing, and a large increase to
Stealth; invoking her can cure various ills and may cause satanic
beings to flee.

St.Edward, Confessor: A King of England before William, he founded
Westminster Abbey. When invoked he insures that all party members have
a virtue of at least 20, but at great cost in wealth. He may aid in
seeing evil in nobility, improve Intelligence, Perception, all weapons
skills and Riding by a modest amount, and heals a small amount of
Endurance.

St.Eligius: Patron Saint of metalworkers and goldsmiths, Eligius was
known for his beautiful craftwork and charitable donations. He enhances
Artifice by a very great amount, Alchemy by a modest amount, and may
improve edged weapons, hammers, maces, halberds, crossbows and
handguns.

St.Emydius: Patron against earthquakes, Emydius was a pagan knight who
converted to Christianity and then successfully converted others. He
provides a very great increase to Charisma and Speak Common, and can
allow the party to protect an area against earthquake, or to call an
earthquake to destroy a pagan or satanic site.

St.Engelbert: A traveller, crusader, and politician, Engelbert once
took up arms against Otto IV and was excommunicated; this was lifted
after he joined the Albigensian Crusade. He increases Charisma and
Speak Common by a modest amount, and Woodwise and Riding by a good
amount. He also allows the party to travel on rivers as if they were
land.

St.Erasmus: Patron Saint of sailors, and one of the Fourteen Holy
Helpers, he is also known as St. Elmo, and was saved by an angel from
being burned alive. He enhances Agility and Perception by a modest
amount, and makes sailors and seamen friendly. He also increases the
party's defense against lightning and fire.

St.Eric: Patron Saint of Sweden, and king of Sweden until rebelling
nobles had him beheaded. He provides a small increase to Charisma, a
modest increase to Strength, Riding and Speak Common, and a large
increase to weapon skills. He also causes nobility (especially evil
nobility) to reveal information, and can increase local reputation in
Sweden.

St.Eustace: Patron Saint of hunters and escapes, and one of the
Fourteen Holy Helpers, Eustace converted after seeing a stag with the
sign of Christ between its horns. He provides a good increase to
Riding, a large increase to all weapon skills except impact and flail,
and a tremendous increase to Woodwise. He may speed travel through
woods.

St.Felix of Nola: Assistant to a bishop and arrested in his stead
after the bishop fled during a persecution, Felix was delivered from
his prison by an angel. He provides a modest increase to Agility, a
good increase to Woodwise and a tremendous increase to Stealth. If
imprisoned, a character may make a miraculous escape once in a
lifetime.

St.Finbar: Preacher, hermit and founder of monasteries, the sun did
not set for two weeks after Finbar's death. He provides a modest
increase to Charisma and Perception, and a good increase to Latin; upon
his invocation, the party is provided with light for one full day.

St.Finnian: Known for his feud with St. Columba, and for extravagant
miracles (including moving a river). He provides a small increase to
Streetwise, and a modest increase to Charisma, Agility, Speak Common
and Read/Write. While he is invoked, the party may travel on water as
though it were land for a period of one day.

St.Florian: Patron of Poland, Austria, and of those in danger from
water, Florian was killed by being thrown in a river with a rock around
his neck. He enhances all weapon skills and Riding by a modest amount,
and may add to local reputation in Poland and Austria. He also allows
the party to travel on water as if it were land.

St.Francis: A wealthy noble who experienced visions, renounced his
wealth, and became the most influential Christian teacher of his time.
Provides a modest increase to Endurance and Perception, a good increase
to Charisma and Speak Common, and a very great increase to Virtue. The
party may lose 10% of its cash when he is invoked.

St.Gabriel: God's angel, who brought the message of the birth of
Christ to Mary. He provides a good increase to Intelligence and
Perception, and can give divine messages to the party as well as help
them discern true motives and gain extra information. In combat, he
sounds a horn that may cause enemies to flee in terror.

St.Genevieve: Patron Saint of disaster, drought, rain, and fever, she
is known to have saved Paris from many disasters. She heals a small
amount of Strength and a modest amount of Endurance, and prevents
enemies from initiating combat until the party attacks; if she is
invoked in combat, enemies might flee.

St.George: Patron Saint of Knighthood and Crusaders. Famous for saving
a maiden while killing a dragon with his lance. He may improve the
quality of weapons and armor, provide a small increase to Agility, a
good increase to Strength, and a very great increase to all weapon
skills and Riding.

St.Gerlac: A former soldier who nursed the sick and spent seven years
doing penance for the sins of his youth. He provides a modest increase
to Charisma, a good increase to all weapons skills, and a very great
increase to Healing. He also heals a good amount of Strength and
Endurance.

St.Gertrude o'Nivelles: Patron Saint of travellers and gardeners, she
is known for her hospitality and visions. She improves Riding by a
small amount, Woodwise and Latin by a large amount, and Read/Write by
a very great amount. She allows instant travel to the nearest town or
city, and can bring prophetic visions of the future.

St.Giles: Patron Saint of cripples and beggars, and a friend to
animals. He provides a small increase to Streetwise, a very great
increase to Stealth, and a tremendous increase to Woodwise; he also
provides money if needed, and can heal a small amount of Strength and a
large amount of Endurance. He causes a loss to agility and weapon
skills.

St.Giles of Portugal: A former black magician who renounced his black
arts and suffered diabolical attacks until he was saved by a vision of
our Lady. He provides a small increase to Intelligence, a good increase
to Artifice, a large increase to Perception, and a very great increase
to Alchemy. Invoking Giles causes a wound, and a loss of virtue.

St.Godehard: A strict disciplinarian who travelled extensively to
reform several monasteries. He rose steadily through the church ranks
due to his discipline and drive. He increases Read/Write and Latin by
a very great amount, heals a good amount of Endurance, and can prevent
travel disasters such as avalanches and blizzards.

St.Godfrey: Raised in an Abbey, his strict discipline and insistence
on clerical celibacy was very controversial. He provides a good
increase to Artifice, a large increase to Speak Common, heals a modest
amount of Endurance, and may sense evil in monks and clerics. If
invoked before combat he prevents the enemy from attacking.

St.Gottschalk: Prince of the Wends, active in war and conversion, he
greatly increases all weapon skills, and local reputation in Wendish
Germany (includes Bremen, Hamburg, Luneberg, Lubeck, Wismar, Rostock
and Schleswig).

St.Gregory Thaumaturg.: Patron Saint of desperate situations,
earthquakes and floods. He provides a modest increase to Charisma, a
good increase to Alchemy and Speak Common, and a very great increase
to Artifice. His miracles may help in uncommon situations, and may
temporarily improve your luck.

St.Hedwig: Patron of Silesia, she married the Duke of Silesia and was
active in war, politics, and tending the poor. She provides a large
increase to Healing and local reputation in Silesia. She also heals a
modest amount of Strength and Endurance. When confronting nobles, they
will tend to reveal information.

St.Henry: A former Holy Roman Emperor, known for his abilities and
piety. He provides a modest increase to Intelligence and a good
increase to all weapon skills, and will improve local reputation when
dealing with any high noble.

St.Heribert: An active peacemaker devoted to the poor, he is known for
ending a severe drought by praying for rain. He increases Strength by
a small amount, and increases Charisma by a good amount, or a large
amount when dealing with farmers. He can also sense evil in farmers
and peasants.

St.Herve: Born blind, he nevertheless founded a monastery and remained
until his death, where he was venerated for his miracles and holiness.
He provides a large increase to Perception and can sense evil in
people.

St.Hildegard: A great nun who founded convents and was famous for her
visions, earning her the nickname "Sibyl of the Rhine." St.Hildegard
may provide useful visions, especially if near the Rhine River. She
also improves Perception by a very great amount, and sometimes your
local reputation.

St.Hubert: Patron Saint of hunters for his vision of a crucifix
between the horns of a stag. He provides a large increase to pole,
thrown and bow weapons skills, a good increase to mechanical missile
weapons, a very good increase to Stealth, and a tremendous increase
to woodwise. He can aid the party in woodland encounters.

St.Illtyd: A warrior and later monk who was charged for a time with
guarding the Holy Grail. Some say Sir Galahad is modelled upon him. He
provides a small increase to Riding, a good increase to weapon skills
and Speak Common, and a large increase to Charisma.

St.Isidore: Patron Saint of farmers and of Madrid, he was a hired hand
to a Spanish noble, where he lived a life of great devotion and
poverty. He provides a small increase to Speak Common, a modest
increase to Charisma, and a good increase to Streetwise. He may
enhance local reputation in Madrid and Spain, and increase Charisma.

St.Ita: Also known as Deirdre and Mida, she performed many miracles of
healing, including reuniting a severed head with its body. She adds a
modest amount of Charisma and a very good amount of Healing; she can
restore all of a character's lost Strength and a large amount of lost
Endurance.

St.James: Patron of Spain, and the first apostle to be martyred, by
Herod Agrippa. Provides a small increase to Strength, Endurance, and
Charisma, and a good increase to Virtue. Causes a temporary loss of a
small amount of Intelligence, and can enhance local reputation in
Spain.

St.Januarius: A bishop thrown to the wild beasts by Diocletian; the
beasts refused to attack. Januarius's blood is contained in a vial
that is said to liquefy on his feast days. Invoking Januarius can
cause wild beasts to cease attacking; in combination with his relic,
no foe can withstand Januarius.

St.John of Bridlington: Patron Saint of women in difficult labor, he
was also known as John Thwing and was famous for his piety and
honesty. He enhances Strength and Endurance by a small amount, for
women only, and can heal both attributes, more so for women than for
men.

St.John Chrysostom: Patron Saint of preachers, he was famed for his
homilies, which earned him the name Chrysostom, meaning "Golden
Mouthed." He provides a modest increase to Charisma, and a very great
increase to Speak Common and Latin, but causes a small loss to
Perception. He may ignore prayers on festival days, due to his
distaste for extravagance.

St.John Climacus: Also known as John Scholasticus, famous as the
author of "Scala Paradisi," which described the 30 steps necessary to
attain religious perfection. Enhances ALL skills by a small amount plus
one for every five points of virtue the invoker possesses.

St.John Nepolmuchen: Nemesis of King Wenceslaus IV, finally tortured
and killed by him. Increases Streetwise by a small amount, Charisma
and Intelligence by a modest amount, and Speak Common by a very great
amount. Can enhance local reputation in Prag and Bohemia.

St.Joseph: The husband of Mary and 'father' of Jesus, Joseph is also
the Patron Saint of carpenters, woodworkers, travellers, and house
hunting. He provides a good increase to Streetwise, a very good
increase to Artifice and, inside a city, a modest increase to
Charisma.

St.Jude: Patron Saint of hopeless situations, and one of the twelve
apostles. He improves every attribute by a small amount, and every
skill by a modest amount. He may also provide special aid in hopeless
or extremely desperate situations.

St.Julian, Hospitaler: Patron Saint of travellers, hotel keepers, and
boatmen, he was punished for his sins but forgiven when he offered his
bed to a leper. He increases Riding by a modest amount, and Woodwise
by a very great amount; he can also allow free passage across bridges,
fords, and ferries.

St.Kessog: Son of a king of Ireland, he was known for his ability to
gain converts and his miraculous powers. He provides a small increase
to Riding, a modest increase to Charisma, a good increase to Healing,
and a large increase to Speak Common. He can also heal a small amount
of Strength and a good amount of Endurance.

St.Lasdislaus: A King of Hungary, known for his zealous defense of
that country, and for his piety and prowess. He provides a small
increase to Strength and Agility, a modest increase to Speak Common,
and a good increase to Riding and all weapon skills.

St.Lawrence: Martyred in Rome, he bore his torture with such
equanimity that he is credited with ending paganism in that city. He
provides a good increase to Charisma, Streetwise, and Speak Common;
he can restore all lost endurance to a character, and help the party
withstand or escape torture.

St.Lazarus: A friend of Jesus, raised from the dead after four days in
the tomb. Invoking Lazarus can restore a good amount of lost Endurance,
and all of a character's lost Strength, unless the character is already
dead.

St.Longinius: The Roman Centurion at the crucifixion who acknowledged
Christ as the son of God. He was converted, and later martyred,
whereupon the governor who had ordered his death was converted. He
enhances all weapon skills by a modest amount and may increase the
quality of one character's weapons.

St.Lucy: "Santa Lucia," famous for having her eyes torn out and then
miraculously restoring them; her name means "light." She enhances
Perception by a modest amount, can restore one character's Strength and
Endurance to maximum, and provides light for one day.

St.Luke: Patron Saint of physicians and painters, author of the third
gospel and the Acts of the Apostles. He was himself a physician and
enhances Healing by a very great amount, and heals a good amount of
Strength and a large amount of Endurance.

St.Lutgardis: Lead by a vision to be a Benedictine Nun in 1202, she
lived many miraculous ecstasies and ultimately became a Cistercian.
She improves Perception and Virtue by a modest amount, and Charisma by
a good amount. She can sometimes levitate people over obstacles.
Sharing her ecstasies in prayer costs Endurance.

St.Margaret: Patron Saint of childbirth and death, she was swallowed
by a dragon (actually the devil) and emerged unscathed. She restores
Endurance and Strength (more for females than males). She also improves
female attributes and skills by a small amount, and the flame
resistance of one person's armor.

St.Margaret of Cortona: A former noblewoman who renounced her worldly
goods when her husband was killed, and devoted herself to helping the
sick and needy. She provides a good increase to Speak Common and a very
great increase to Healing. She also restores a large amount of Strength
and all Endurance.

St.Mark: Patron Saint of notaries, writers, Egypt, and Venice, and one
of the apostles, he once was threatened with capture but wriggled out
of his cloak and fled naked down the street. He enhances Agility by a
good amount, and Read/Write by a large amount.

St.Martin of Tours: Patron Saint of soldiers, horsemen, and geese. He
can sense evil in some people, helps heal injuries provided the
character is wearing some armor, and improves Charisma by a modest
amount, Perception by a good amount, and Speak Common and Riding by a
very great amount.

St.Matthew: Patron Saint of bankers and bookkeepers, one of the
apostles and author of the first gospel. He provides a modest increase
to Intelligence, a large increase to Latin, and a very great increase
to Read/Write. He can also enhance local reputation with Fuggers and
Medici.

St.Maurice: Patron Saint of swordsmiths, soldiers, armies, Piedmont,
Savoy, and Sardinia, Maurice was a Christian legionnaire who refused
to sacrifice to the gods and was killed along with his legion. He
provides a good increase to Alchemy and a very great increase to Edged
weapons. He may improve the quality of any edged weapons carried.

St.Michael: Patron Saint of battle, Brussels, and Germany, and one of
the three captains of the heavenly host. Provides a small increase to
all weapon skills, a good increase to Charisma, and a very great
increase to Healing; in combat, he may improve the party's weapons and
armor. He also improves local reputation in Germany and Brussels.

St.Milburga: A famous nun and founder of convents, she is venerated
for her visionary and levitational powers. She improves Charisma by a
good amount, and Healing by a very good amount. St. Milburga may
sometimes be willing to levitate everyone to or around obstacles.

St.Moses the Black: A former slave, released due to his vicious
nature, who became an outlaw. He was converted by unknown means and
was famous for the extreme penances he performed. He increases Woodwise
and Streetwise by a good amount, all weapons skills by a large amount,
and Stealth by a very great amount.

St.Nicholas: Patron Saint of storm-beset sailors, Russia, Lorraine,
Greece, Sicily and Apulia; his generosity led to the Santa Claus myth.
He provides a modest increase to Agility, a good increase to Charisma,
and a tremendous increase to Riding. He affects local reputation in
areas of his patronage, and saves ships and boats from storms.

St.Odilia: Patron Saint of the blind and of Alsace, she was the blind
child of an Alsatian lord. Her vision was restored at the age of twelve
when she was first baptized. She provides a modest increase to
Perception, and to local reputation in Alsace. She can also provide
light.

St.Odo: Active in secular as well as ecclesiastical affairs, he was
with King Athelstan at the battle of Brunanburh. He increases Charisma
by a small amount, all weapon skills and Speak Common by a modest
amount, and Perception by a good amount.

St.Olaf: Patron of Norway, Olaf was a pirate in his youth who rose to
become king of Norway. His efforts to unify and Christianize Norway
made him one of her great heroes. Enhances all weapon skills by a good
amount, and heals a good amount of Endurance.

St.Pantaleon: Patron Saint of the medical profession and one of the
Fourteen Holy Helpers, he was a doctor who survived tortures before
his death. He enhances Alchemy by a good amount, and Healing by a
large amount. He allows armored characters to regain lost Strength and
Endurance; in combat, animals and fire have less effect on the party.

St.Patrick: Patron of Ireland, he converted most of the Irish
chieftains and Druids by miraculous means. He increases Strength by a
good amount, greatly increases Charisma, Edged, Pole and Impact
weapons, Speak Common, and Read/Write, and increases Latin by a very
great amount. In combat, he may enhance armor against missile weapons.

St.Paul: Patron of Malta and Greece, he was an apostle who performed
many miracles. Provides a small increase to Endurance, a modest
increase to Charisma, a good increase to Latin, and a very good
increase to Speak Common and Read/Write. He also heals a point of
Strength. Can provide escapes, and enhances local reputation in Greece
and Malta.

St.Paul the Simple: Childlike and naive, Paul became a disciple at age
sixty, where he exhibited powers of mind-reading and healing. Restores
lost Strength and Endurance, and can allow the party to discern the
motives of others; when invoked, he causes a temporary loss of half the
character's Intelligence.

St.Perpetua: Of noble birth, Perpetua was arrested for her faith;
sentenced to die in the public games, she was put to the sword after
the wild beasts refused to attack her. Enhances Charisma by a good
amount and can cause wild animals to cease attack and flee.

St.Peter: Patron Saint of fishermen, and an apostle; known for
ignoring danger, he was saved from prison by an angel. Increases
Strength, Speak Common, Latin, and Healing by a good amount, Charisma
by a moderate amount, and Edged weapons by a large amount. Can aid in
prison escapes; causes temporary loss of half the character's
perception.

St.Peter of Atroa: An Armenian monk persecuted during periods of
iconoclasm; he was also accused of witchcraft because of his miracles.
He increases Intelligence and Perception by a modest amount, Riding
and Alchemy by a good amount, and Stealth by a tremendous amount.
However, the party loses a small amount of local reputation.


St.Polycarp: A devout man, at age eighty he was ordered burned to
death, but the flames failed to hurt him; he was put to the spear
instead. When he is invoked, regardless of whom you pray for, the
entire party's resistance to flames improves.

St.Raphael: Patron Saint of the blind, of travellers and safe
journeys, and of eye disease; Raphael is one of the three archangels.
Enhances Agility and Perception by a modest amount, and Healing by a
tremendous amount. He restores all lost Strength and Endurance and can
destroy and purify pagan/satanic worship places.

St.Raymond Penafort: Patron Saint of lawyers, known for his
conversions and preaching. He provides a good increase to Intelligence,
and a very good increase to Read/Write. Allows the party to travel on
water as though it were land for one day, and improves local reputation
with Dominicans.

St.Raymond Lull: An avid missionary to Moorish lands, and a brilliant
scholar and poet; he suffered many indignities and dangers while trying
to convert the Moors. Provides a good increase to Intelligence, and a
very great increase to Alchemy and Read/Write. If the invoker's
Strength and Endurance are very low, they are raised to "9."

St.Reinold: Patron of stonemasons, he was murdered by stonemasons
jealous of his work. Prayer may allow one to see hidden doors, and to
climb straight up stone. He improves Alchemy by a modest amount,
Artifice by a tremendous amount, and heals a good amount of Endurance,
but reduces Charisma by a modest amount.

St.Roch: Patron Saint against plague, and of prisoners, he worked to
help plague victims and himself recovered from the disease. He was
imprisoned as a spy and died in prison. Enhances Artifice by a modest
amount, and Healing by a good amount. He can end plague in an area,
and heals a modest amount of Strength and Endurance.

St.Sabas the Goth: A Goth converted to Christianity, he proclaimed his
faith during a persecution but was left unharmed. He survived many
tortures and was drowned after refusing an offer to go free. Enhances
Charisma by a good amount, and restores all lost Strength and Endurance.

St.Sebastian: Patron Saint of archers, athletes and soldiers, he was
shot with arrows as execution, but survived. Provides a good increase
to Riding and Agility, a very good increase to Bow weapons, and a
modest increase to all other weapon skills. He can heal a small amount
of Strength and Endurance, and end plague in an area.

St.Stanislaus: Patron of Cracow and Poland, a sought-after advisor who
was killed by King Boleslaus. Provides a modest increase to Charisma,
and a very great increase to Speak Common and Latin. Heals a small
amount of Strength and a modest amount of Endurance, and can increase
local reputation in Poland and Cracow.

St.Stephen: Patron of Hungary, ruler of the Magyars and then King of
Hungary. He increases Intelligence, Charisma, and Speak Common by a
modest amount, and Riding and all weapon skills by a good amount. He
can enhance local reputation in Hungary.

St.Swithbert: A missionary to Germany who converted many with his
eloquence and zeal. He enhances Charisma by a good amount, and Speak
Common by a very great amount. He also heals a small amount of Strength
and a modest amount of Endurance.

St.Tarachus: A former Roman soldier who survived many tortures during
his persecution. He was thrown into the arena, but the beasts would not
attack him. He enhances Charisma by a modest amount, and heals a modest
amount of Strength and a good amount of Endurance. He can also cause
wild animals to flee from combat.

St.Thaelaeus, Merciful: Called the merciful because of his work with
the sick and poor, his executioners were killed with him because of
their compassion for him. Enhances healing by a very great amount, and
heals a small amount of Strength and a modest amount of Endurance.

St.Theodore Tiro: A recruit in the Roman army, he refused to
participate in their pagan rites and was burned to death in a furnace.
Increases Charisma by a modest amount, all weapon skills by a large
amount, and Riding by a very great amount.

St.Thomas the Apostle: He was the apostle who did not believe in the
resurrection of Christ until he had seen it with his own eyes, from
which we get the phrase "doubting Thomas." He increases Speak Common,
Strength, Endurance and Woodwise by a small amount, and Healing and
Artifice by a modest amount.

St.Thomas Aquinas: Patron Saint of universities and scholars, his
writings now form the basis for all of Christian theology. Provides a
good increase to Intelligence and Latin, a large increase to Read/Write
and a very great increase to Religion. Enhances local reputation at
monasteries and universities. NB: St. Thomas Aquinas is very helpful
when encountering the demon at the devil's bridge. Known as a fundamental
scholastic, Aquinas will convince the demon that a treaty with the devil
is irrelevant to living beings, therefore the demon will leave the
villagers alone. Engaging the demon in battle, however, may be a more
"definite" solution. (AL)

St.Valentine: Patron Saint of lovers, he was a clergyman in Rome,
noted for his piety and healing skills. He provides a modest increase
to Stealth and Speak Common, and a good increase to Charisma and
Healing. He also heals a small amount of Strength and Endurance.
Finally, invocation may provoke good fellowship with others.

St.Victor o'Marseilles: Roman soldier condemned to death; he converted
his guards, who were then sentenced to die with him. Enhances Charisma
and all weapon skills by a modest amount, and Speak Common by a good
amount. Can also restore all lost Endurance and a small amount of lost
Strength.

St.Vitus: Patron Saint of dancers, actors, comics, and epileptics, and
one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers. He provides a good increase to
Charisma and Agility, and can cure epileptic seizures, dispell demons
and transport the party to the nearest town/city. There is risk that
the invoker will lose some Endurance.

St.Wenceslaus: Patron of Bohemia; his Christian teachings and stern
rule earned him many enemies. He was killed by a rebel faction led by
his brother. Provides a modest increase to Strength, Perception,
Intelligence, all weapon skills, and Riding. He increases local
reputation with nobles, and in Bohemia.

St.Wilfrid: Wilfrid travelled far and wide to establish Roman order
over Celtic. He was involved in power struggles within the church, and
in the building of many monasteries. Enhances Charisma and Artifice by
a modest amount, and Speak Common by a very great amount. He also heals
a small amount of Endurance, and may double party travel speed.

St.Willehad: An active proselytizer in western Europe, he had many
run-ins with pagans bent on his death, but survived them all. Provides
a modest increase to Agility, and a good increase to Woodwise and
Riding. If invoked before or during battle, opponents may be surprised
enough to avoid attacking you for a short period.

St.Willebald: A great wanderer and pilgrim, he wrote the first English
travel book. Provides a modest increase to Woodwise, a good increase to
Charisma, and a very great increase to Speak Common.

St.Willibord: A missionary, he was so successful at converting
Frieslanders that he became known as "the apostle of the Frisians."
He provides a modest increase to Woodwise, a good increase to Charisma,
and a very good increase to Speak Common. He can enhance local
reputation in northern Germany.

St.Wolfgang: A director of monastery schools, known for his work with
the poor and also with nobility (including the Emperor). Increases
Intelligence, Charisma, Woodwise, and Riding by a modest amount, and
Speak Common by a very great amount. He also enhances local reputation
in villages and with nobility.

St.Zita: Patron Saint of servants, she was known for her patience,
zeal, and holiness. She was a servant in the same household for 46
years. Enhances Perception and Streetwise by a modest amount, and heals
one point of Strength and a small amount of Endurance. She can also
gain information from servants.

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