Sailing, Stealing and Syphilis
Both the colonial powers follow a faith called Virtutism. They worship a single dirty known as the Virtute, or the Virtue. The three main beliefs of Virtutism are; first, Virtute demands his followers to attempt to achieve perfection in whatever he pursues, second, this perfection must be used to progress any and all, and lastly, those who do not achieve perfection must be humble enough to admit their flaws and learn from those deemed superior. However, the two empires have fundamental disagreements. This is in the belief in the Corazònes Sagrado. The Corazònes Sagrado is a theology about the literal manifestation of Virtute. It is a veneration of particularly impressive individuals of the past that have achieved perfection. This posthumous title is called Santidad. The result is a large number of monastical orders and popular cults that devote themselves to the images of different This belief leads to a much more structured and complex church structure complete with a hierarchy existing outside of the political order. The Hendish refuse the church and reject any religious institutions on the ground that Virtute is truly found in the dominant political power. The Republic of Jacquetia practice a practice closer to the Dapeñol belief. However, Jacquetian Santidads are almost exclusively non-political philosophers.