The one of the unfortunate things about being a sub-hierodeacon is that you’re the obvious person to blame when things go wrong. Obviously it wasn’t the fault of the incumbent, and who in their right mind attempts to blame a temple warden? Still Laxey had given a lot of thought to the problems that might … More Of course it’s your fault
Walgrim Towe was a clerk in a large usurer’s office. He was, in spite of his unprepossessing appearance, a happily married man, husband of a wife he adored, and father of five delightful children. His one foible was that he liked to sit, drink one glass of aniseed flavoured spirit (and not a large glass) … More Just Good Friends
It isn’t easy being a temple warden. There are so many competing demands for your time. Thus when left to our own devices, we can be brisk. Extremely brisk. So brisk that I have noticed that the hierarchy of the various orders grow nervous if temple wardens are left to their own devices without an … More Holier than thou?
There is a rumour circulating that temple wardens are specifically excluded from having to follow those Precepts of Aea about personal behaviour. Normally there is stress laid upon being generous, compassionate and kind. Instead temple wardens are allowed to follow a lesser precept which states that they must be no more rude and brusque than … More Dealing with the entitled