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Parish

A parish is a territorial entity constituting a division within a diocese. A parish is under the pastoral care and clerical jurisdiction of a priest, often termed a parish priest, who might be assisted by one or more curates, and who operates from a parish church. A parish covers the same geographical area as a domain.

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No domain.
This action takes place on one of the following buildings: Rectory / Places of worship. You are currently on a bare ground.

Found

Sphere: spiritual.  100. This action takes place in one of the following buildings: Rectory / Places of worship. Required skills and resources:

Minimum population: 500. Can be a direct vassal of: Archbishopric / Archdeaconate / Bishopric / Deanery / Great temple / Holy See / Parish / Patriarchate / Primacy. Requires approval of the following characters:

  • The owner of the territorial organization.

Claim

This action takes place in one of the following buildings: Rectory / Places of worship / Public buildings.

Requires approval of the following characters:

  • At least one of the superiors of the organization (optional).

Vassals

Direct vassals: Parish. Maximum: 6.

Independence tax: 10%.

Transfer tax: 25% every 1000 arpents of distance. This tax is levied on each transfer made to this organization. Half of the amount of this tax is deducted from the amount collected by the recipient, so that both parties contribute to the transfer costs.

Buildings

Buildings: Cemetery, Chapel, Rectory, Temple.

Units

Units: Priests.

Priest

Priest
Honorary predicate: The Reverend Father.
Oral address: Dear Father.

Priestess
Honorary predicate: The Reverend Mother.
Oral address: Dear Mother.

×3. . Vassals: . Skills: Prayer 4/lvl, Ceremony 3/lvl.

Claim

This action takes place in one of the following buildings: Rectory / Places of worship / Public buildings. Required skills and resources:

Requires approval of the following characters:

  • At least one of the superiors of the organization (optional).
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