Dorok is ruled by a Holy Emperor and a Council of Monks, so religion is an important part of Dorok life.

Each tribe is headed by a priest. The Mani Tribe is lead by the Holy One.

Dorok priests are bald or have shaved heads [1] and wear special face masks.

Priests sing songs, play instruments and dance to incite Dorok forces to "slay the heretics" prior to an attack on the Torumekian-held City-Fortress of Sapata [2].

Kushana reveals at the siege of Sapata that she expects the final assault to occur at noon [3] due to the Dorok religion. It is unknown what religious significance noon holds.

References Edit

  1. DE1a pg 142, 237
  2. DE1 pg 350 (referenced), pg 351 (shown)
  3. DE1 pg 367

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