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Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:48 am

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Welcome to the Temple of Paz
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I am your hostess, priestess Aarwen of Paz, together with deacon Orakio of Paz. Together, we are responsible for organising and delivering events and activities. Available to any faithful are:

i) Baptism - the best way to truly commune with the Faith {role play script};
ii) Conversion - a way to return to the Faith and show you are a believer {role play script};
iii) Marriage - the union between two people, which can be Zunian (formal) or Reformed (more flexible) {role play script and / or in game};
iv) Blessing - offering protection to a farm or an object, such as a bucket {role play script};
v) Funeral - when people die it is a good way to remember and honour them;
vi) Mass - listening to stories from the Faith and examples applied to day-to-day life.

For more information or requests please contact the temple hosts.
Mass is currently prepared every day and everyone is welcome to attend.
[in construction]
-> guide to the temple
-> guide to priests/deacons

ROLE PLAY CEREMONY FOR A BAPTISM wrote:
First role play post wrote:A page comes up and delivers a note to <insert name of baptised to be>.

<insert name of baptised to be>, you are hereby summoned for your baptism. Please make haste to come by the orchard for the ceremony.
To be sent as message, or as reply to in forum request wrote:A page comes up and delivers a note to <insert name of baptised to be>.

<insert name of baptised to be>, you are hereby summoned for your baptism. Please make haste to come by the orchard for the ceremony.
>>>> player arrives and enters the temple, some witnesses too otherwise it's very lonely =) <<<<
Second role play post wrote:Bowing his head towards <insert name of baptised to be>, he smiled.

The path you are taking today is an important journey. It is but one among many. Do not enter lightly as you will be a role model for others to follow the Faith.

<priest name> waves a hand revealing a potion in it.

Do you understand the commitment that you are about to start?
>>>> player replies <<<<
Third role play post wrote:<priest name> smiles and pulls out a second potion. One was clear. The other was a bubbling green potion.

In my hands, I have two potions.

The clear potion represents the appearance of many to be clear without any blemishes, but lacking any zeal, energy, or desire to improve.

The other potion represents your life in the future if you embrace the path of the Faith. You will always strive to improve, full of energy to do what is right, and the promise of your vows.

These potions should not be drank lightly. For once you have chosen the path, you have admitted your wholehearted decision to accept the Faith. Walking away from what you know to be right is the path to inner destruction.

I give you your choice. Pick your potion and drink.
>>>> player picks up a potion <<<<
Fourth role play post wrote:<priest name> smiled at the choice. Watching ___ drink, he rested upon his staff. It glowed green and watched as a green aura surrounded xxxxx for a moment.

By the power of the Mages, I hereby declare you to be a follower of the faith. May your days be blessed and your path clear. You are also a special convert as you are the first of this new generation to have taken this step. You will not be the last. I, hereby charge you with the Temple of Paz. Serve her well and she will give you bountiful children in the faith.


He bows his head making a circular motion with his staff in the air. A red fire emerged and slowly disappeared.
Clear Potion - looks calm and peaceful. Those who drink this potion lack the insight to look into their soul.

Green Bubbling Potion - a representation of someone who is willing to take the risk of looking in and doing something about it.
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Re: Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:49 am

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Re: Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:49 am

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Re: Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:50 am

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Re: Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:54 am

Mass of 24-November-1650 wrote:Community of Paz

Today I speak of our Faith.

The Faith teaches that life is about choices and the consequences. You are not punished for ignorance, but rather for willing disobedience. It is essential that one tries to learn, but there will be times when one slips. It is not the slips that define us, but rather our choices and what we do about it.

The purpose of the faith is simple. To learn, to improve, and to guide. Through these, the converts can fulfill their calling.

Today I speak of our destiny.

It is everyone's goal to grow, chosing what path to take and accepting the consequences such choices may have. It is how we cope with our burden that shape who we are.

One of the things we all require are social acquaintances (social points) and each person can make two of these a week. Make sure you expand your social network and, if in doubt, our mentor Bacchus can also provide advice.

Indeed, we should think of ourselves as much as we should think about the common good. Remember: do to others what you want others to do to you. I myself follow the priest Vow of Humility:

"In the creation of all things, we were created equally. Over time things have changed, but a priest must vow to treats other as they wish to be treated if not better. They will never brag over their service and will humbly help when opportunities are present and it is sound for them to do so."

But how many priests may we know that do not follow this? Do not look at others for the bad example. Make your own path. Realise on own potential. Show that you can rise above and set the good example.

Now take a moment to reflect. When you leave us think of something you did today and apply this knowledge to it.

Go in tranquillity.
Who attended? wrote:Jennet 11:39 pm, Nov 24, 1650
Aarwen 7:32 pm, Nov 24, 1650
Azuloth 3:53 pm, Nov 24, 1650
HeatherVanLarken 2:41 pm, Nov 24, 1650
Orakio 1:01 pm, Nov 24, 1650
Cathrina 12:37 pm, Nov 24, 1650
Phillerpuff 11:20 am, Nov 24, 1650
buzadam 10:58 am, Nov 24, 1650
Xenor 10:14 am, Nov 24, 1650
Evangeline 9:37 am, Nov 24, 1650
Bacchus 8:55 am, Nov 24, 1650
Hodierne 8:36 am, Nov 24, 1650
Owen 7:00 am, Nov 24, 1650
Maria 6:57 am, Nov 24, 1650
Vandor 6:25 am, Nov 24, 1650
Johnstone 6:16 am, Nov 24, 1650
Nikola 6:15 am, Nov 24, 1650
Pandora1432 5:15 am, Nov 24, 1650
Gawain 4:41 am, Nov 24, 1650
Orakio re-appointed deacon {in game}.

Aarwen

Re: Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:56 pm

Mass of 25-November-1650 wrote:Today I shamelessly plug Secfenia, the game =)

Help Secfenia by voting on a couple of sites. Just a couple of clicks here: http://www.secfenia.com/vote4us.php and you can also earn a few free freznicks so it is a win-win situation.

Refer Secfenia to a friend. We are always looking to increase the community. More information here: http://www.secfenia.com/refer_friend.php

Thank you!
We thank you for playing Secfenia and always welcome your feedback. As we continue to grow, we continue to look forward to your input to help make the community better.

And since I am plugging please donate a freznik to the temple. If everyone donates a drop we can make an ocean. Donate here: http://www.secfenia.com/hm2dc.php and all thos who donate will be acknowledge at our next mass.

Remember to spread the love, help the next and be happyyyyyyyyyyy.
Who attended? wrote:HeatherVanLarken 10:07 pm, Nov 25, 1650
Orakio 8:49 pm, Nov 25, 1650
Azuloth 7:23 pm, Nov 25, 1650
Katarina 5:45 pm, Nov 25, 1650
buzadam 4:19 pm, Nov 25, 1650
Cathrina 1:26 pm, Nov 25, 1650
Bacchus 1:09 pm, Nov 25, 1650
Evangeline 1:03 pm, Nov 25, 1650
Gawain 12:17 pm, Nov 25, 1650
Bethia 11:31 am, Nov 25, 1650
Aarwen 10:51 am, Nov 25, 1650
Donation Lof wrote:5:46 pm, Nov 25, 1650 Katarina has donated 10 Freznics to the temple.
1:04 pm, Nov 25, 1650 Evangeline has donated 1 Freznics to the temple.
12:18 pm, Nov 25, 1650 Gawain has donated 5 Freznics to the temple.
11:32 am, Nov 25, 1650 Bethia has donated 1 Freznics to the temple.
As promised, tomorrow I will praise your devotion and humanitarian efforts!

Aarwen

Re: Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Fri Nov 26, 2010 10:16 pm

Mass of 26-November-1650 wrote:Community of Paz

It is raining outside. But we are dry in this holy temple. It is cold outside. But we are warm here, among brothers and sisters. It is windy outside. But we are protected by these mighty walls.

Let these walls be your faith. Let you be warm with the kind hearts of your loved ones. Let this holy temple wash way your rain.

Now take a moment to reflect. When you leave us think of something you did today and apply this knowledge to it.

Go in tranquillity.
Who attended? wrote:Aarwen 6:05 am, Nov 27, 1650
HeatherVanLarken 11:16 pm, Nov 26, 1650
Star 6:47 pm, Nov 26, 1650
Azuloth 6:46 pm, Nov 26, 1650
Phillerpuff 5:36 pm, Nov 26, 1650
Pandora1432 4:07 pm, Nov 26, 1650
Johnstone 3:51 pm, Nov 26, 1650
Bacchus 1:39 pm, Nov 26, 1650
Orakio 11:41 am, Nov 26, 1650
buzadam 8:53 am, Nov 26, 1650
Hodierne 8:49 am, Nov 26, 1650
Katarina 8:41 am, Nov 26, 1650
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Re: Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Sat Nov 27, 2010 8:07 am

Mass of 27-November-1650 wrote:Community of Paz

You feel you can move mountains!

Now take a moment to reflect. When you leave us think of something you did today and apply this knowledge to it.

And as promised lets give thanks to Katarina, Evangeline, Gawain and Bethia who have donated a substantial amount of frezniks to the temple coffers. Another day for the beggars to celebrate!

Go in tranquillity.
Who attended? wrote:Jennet 8:17 pm, Nov 27, 1650
Orakio 6:09 pm, Nov 27, 1650
Bacchus 12:35 pm, Nov 27, 1650
Hodierne 11:32 am, Nov 27, 1650
Pandora1432 11:16 am, Nov 27, 1650
HeatherVanLarken 11:03 am, Nov 27, 1650
Evangeline 10:32 am, Nov 27, 1650
Phillerpuff 10:20 am, Nov 27, 1650
buzadam 9:28 am, Nov 27, 1650
Drestakil 7:44 am, Nov 27, 1650
Vandor 7:16 am, Nov 27, 1650
Katarina 6:51 am, Nov 27, 1650
Johnstone 6:17 am, Nov 27, 1650
Aarwen 6:05 am, Nov 27, 1650

Aarwen

Re: Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:26 am

Mass of 28-November-1650 wrote:Helpful Hints:

You can gain dexterity by going to Town > Training Ground with 3 eggs and selecting Train Dexterity

Have questions about the game in general? Check out the forums located at http://www.secfenia.com

Want to get away? Goto Town Outskirts > Travel to travel a node at a time away

Need to put your character away due to real life for a few days? Goto Town > Temple and select "Go Into Retreat"
Who attended? wrote: Zuan 4:41 pm, Nov 28, 1650
HeatherVanLarken 11:28 am, Nov 28, 1650
Pandora1432 10:05 am, Nov 28, 1650
Hodierne 9:25 am, Nov 28, 1650
Jennet 9:02 am, Nov 28, 1650
Phillerpuff 8:36 am, Nov 28, 1650
Orakio 8:20 am, Nov 28, 1650
Evangeline 8:12 am, Nov 28, 1650
Katarina 7:35 am, Nov 28, 1650
Drestakil 7:33 am, Nov 28, 1650
Vandor 6:22 am, Nov 28, 1650
buzadam 5:29 am, Nov 28, 1650

Aarwen

Re: Temple of Paz

Post by Aarwen » Mon Nov 29, 2010 12:02 pm

Mass of 29-November-1650 wrote:Community of Paz

There seems to have been some problems this morning to open the temple. Our High Mages have been alerted to this.

I look into the window of my mind
Reflections of the fears I know I've left behind
I step out of the ordinary
I can feel my soul ascending
I am on my way
Can't stop me now
And you can do the same

What have you done today to make you feel proud?
It's never too late to try
What have you done today to make you feel proud?
You could be so many people
If you make that break for freedom
What have you done today to make you feel proud?

Now take a moment to reflect. When you leave us think of something you did today and apply this knowledge to it.

Go in tranquillity.
Who attended? wrote:Orakio 5:54 pm, Nov 29, 1650
Kalake 4:10 pm, Nov 29, 1650
Zuan 2:12 pm, Nov 29, 1650
Katarina 2:05 pm, Nov 29, 1650
buzadam 2:01 pm, Nov 29, 1650
HeatherVanLarken 12:38 pm, Nov 29, 1650
Evangeline 11:19 am, Nov 29, 1650
Hodierne 10:25 am, Nov 29, 1650
Aarwen 10:00 am, Nov 29, 1650

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