Canonization is a socio-religious practice performed by the church of the Nine Divines and the Tribunal Temple. The process is used to reward martyrs and important personages for their saintly deeds. Canonized individuals are known as "saints."
Rules for canonizationEdit
Canonized individuals must receive some form of divine intervention from a member of the Nine Divines or the Tribunal Temple, such as in the instance of Alessia, who directly interacted with Akatosh and Kynareth, or Jiub who was directly saved from death by Vivec. When a miracle occurs through the individual, they may also qualify as a saint. Beatification may not always be religiously linked, such as the case with Jiub, who was canonized by Tribunal Temple for fending off the Cliff Racers.
- Alessia the Slave-Queen – blessed by Akatosh, leader of the Slave Rebellion
- Saint Kaladas – builder of the Great Chapel of Zenithar
- Saint Pelin – beadle of Stendarr who sacrificed himself to defend Bangkorai Garrison
- Saint Stental – slayer of the demon of Overlook Hill
- Blessed Almalexia the Warden – patron of Healers and Teachers.
- Lord Sotha Sil the Magus – patron of Artificers and Wizards.
- Lord Vivec the Poet – patron of Artists and Rogues.
- Nerevar the Captain – patron of Warriors and Statesmen.
- Veloth the Pilgrim – patron of Outcasts, Spiritual Seekers.
- Aralor the Penitent – patron of tanners and miners.
- Delyn the Wise – patron of potters, glassblowers.
- Felms the Bold – patron of butchers, fishmongers.
- Llothis the Pious – patron of tailors, dyers.
- Rilms the Barefooted – patron of pilgrims, beggars.
- Meris the Peacemaker – patron of farmers, laborers.
- Olms the Just – patron of sailors, chandlers, clerks.
- Roris the Martyr – patron of furnishers and caravaners.
- Seryn the Merciful – patron of brewers, bakers, distillers.
- Jiub the Eradictor – the Eradicator of the Winged Menace.