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Sarenrae's holy symbol
Titles The Dawnflower
Adjective Sarenite
Home Everlight, Nirvana
Alignment Neutral good
Portfolio Healing
Worshipers Solarians, Aballon, Absalom Station, the Sun, Verces
Connections Empath
Star shaman
Favored Weapon Scimitar
Symbol Angel with flaming wings
Images of Sarenrae

Source: Core Rulebook, pg(s). 489
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Sarenrae, also known as the Dawnflower, is the goddess of stars and suns, and is particularly associated with the Pact Worlds system's sun, which is nicknamed the Dawnflower's Star. She teaches temperance and patience in all things, and delights in healing and bringing light into darkness. Compassion and peace are her greatest virtues, and if enemies of the faith can be redeemed, they should be, but if they are not, she is willing to strike them down with no mercy. She promises that dawn will always come, bringing with it hope, kindness and victory.[1]


Sarenrae's faithful come from all walks of life, rejoice in the light of the sun, and believe in love, compassion and redemption.[1]

Sarenrae is commonly worshipped in societies that rely on sunlight for energy and nourishment. Humans make up the plurality of Sarenrae's worshippers (and sometimes claim her as one of their gods), followed by shirrens attracted to her message of redemption and empathy. Many of them are envoys, mystics, solarians, or soldiers who vouch for peace but are ready to fight against irredeemable evil. Sarenrae's temples are open to the sky if possible, and always have at least a window or skylight where the faithful can bask in natural sunlight.[1]

In the Pact Worlds

The headquarters of Sarenrae's faith in the Pact Worlds system is the Radiant Cathedral, located in Dawnshore, the central bubble-city of the Burning Archipelago. The church organises and trains priests who then wander the galaxy doing Sarenrae's work, and many Sarenites are driven to make a pilgrimage to the Radiant Cathedral itself.[1]