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The Ariyan School is devoted primarily to Avani as the Lady of Reason. Avani is acknowledged as a goddess of law and order, but this is believed to stem from Reason. She is known as goddess of the sun, and in this respect is the giver of life and warmth. This school takes a more beneficent approach to Avani's word than other schools, regarding her word as preaching peace and prosperity through an orderly life of submission to truth and justice, leading to a rich, rewarding life.
Avani is regarded as warm and nurturing, enfolding her people in the glow of her divine radiance, rather than the harsh, relentless, and unforgiving goddess that other schools subscribe to. In this regard she is a patron of civilization, peace, and prosperity of all peoples. The Ariyan School appreciates Avani as a lawgiver and source of order, but understands this function as an aspect of her role as the Lady of Reason.
The Ariyan School is followed in a less benevolent form by the Fiery Dawn of Avani and the Wachen an Sonnlacht. These temples see the promise of Avani as under threat by hostile forces which must be defeated before reason and justice can produce a rich, rewarding life.
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