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Sagrado Corazon, or Sacred Heart, is a Christian religion that is derived from Catholicism mixed with aspects and figures from local Mexican folklore. It is mostly found within Mexico and Central America.

History Edit

The followers of Sagrado Corazón- the Sacred Heart- follow a pantheon of quasi-deities derived from some Catholic traditions. Although the faith has Catholic origins, it has deviated far from the old theology.

Holy Sites Edit

The Sagrado Corazon religion has five holy sites:

  • Mexico
  • Guanajua
  • Heroica
  • Nuevo
  • Corpus

Four of the holy sites (Mexico, Guanajua, Heroica, and Nuevo) are held by members of the Sagrado Corazon faith as of 2666. The remaining holy site, Corpus, is held by the Americanist Tribe of Airmen.

Mechanics Edit

Cult of Saints Edit

The Sagrado Corazon religion's unique mechanic is its Cult of Saints. Derived from ancient Mexican folklore, there exists three main quasi-deities known as saints in the Sagrado Corazon religion. Each member of the faith can become an adherent to one of them, and each saint's cult gives unique bonuses to its followers.

List of Saints Edit

  • Our Lady of Guadalupe. The Patroness of Lords and Protectress of the Pious, Our Lady of Guadelupe has been the most popular figure in the pantheon of el Sagrado Corazón since time immemorial. Adherents are granted a trickle of piety and prestige and are able to experience marian apparitions.
  • Santa Muerte, Followers of Santa Muerte are generally members of the Cult of Death, commonly known as 'Muertenos'. Adherents have their health increased by one.
  • El Santo. Many practitioners of the Sagrado Corazon faith adhere to the cult of El Santo, a mystical figure from the late days of the antediluvian world. Although details are not known, legends speak of his great martial prowess. Adherents are granted an extra martial point.

Heresies Edit

Sagrado Corazon has no heresies.

Realms at Start of Game Edit

  • Colima
  • Coahuila
  • Comayagua
  • Durango
  • Guanajuato
  • Jalisco
  • Los Altos
  • Mexico
  • Nayarit
  • Olmeca
  • Piedras Negros
  • Querétaro
  • Rio Bravo
  • Salvador
  • San Luis Potosí
  • Sierra de Amula
  • Veracruz