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Pasco-Dál is the eastern-most kingdom in the nation.  It is ruled as a theocracy; the people are devoutly religious.  While the capital city, Apón, and the other smaller cities all have houses of worship for the citizens, the wealthy usually make the pilgrimage to the Monastery Tempílcra, especially during regular holy days.  The ruling family serves as the head of the state religion; only the monastery priest has more authority while on the grounds of a worship house or in the monastery itself.

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