Canonical adjective meaning "pertaining to Sarenrae and her church"?


Lost Omens Campaign Setting General Discussion


Is it "Sarenrean?"


Sarenite, I think.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Sarenite is correct.

Liberty's Edge

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Sunny. :)


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Dawnfloral.


Thanks!

I thought "Sarenite" was what you called a follower of Sarenrae, but that there was a different adjective.

Silver Crusade

I suspect Sarenite is both the adjective and the denomination. Kind of like how one might refer to something being Buddhist, and also valued by a Buddhist.


But Saranrean is what you would call the followers themselves, right? I know in the Legacy of Fire AP it is possible to get the title "Abbott-Protector of the Saranrean" or some such.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Interzone wrote:
But Saranrean is what you would call the followers themselves, right? I know in the Legacy of Fire AP it is possible to get the title "Abbott-Protector of the Saranrean" or some such.

That would be an error.

Sovereign Court RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8

And if you're bound by the church of Saranrae..

You've been Saran-wrapped.

Edit, now I want to make a a Dawnflower Dervish who calls his performances 'Saran-rap.'


James Jacobs wrote:
Interzone wrote:
But Saranrean is what you would call the followers themselves, right? I know in the Legacy of Fire AP it is possible to get the title "Abbott-Protector of the Saranrean" or some such.
That would be an error.

Ahh thanks for the clarification... We are just nearing the end of the campaign... I will tell the Oracle who has the title :)

So would that be 'Abbott-Protector of the Sarenite' or 'of the Sarenites?'

I am assuming the latter.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

The latter.

And it's "Sarenrae" with an e, not an a. So when you say the name, it doesn't sound like Saran Wrap at all.

Sovereign Court RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8

Yeah, I know, but the pun is too good to pass up. 'Saren-wrap.' :-)

I pronounce it Sᴂr-AN-rae anyway

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Matthew Morris wrote:

Yeah, I know, but the pun is too good to pass up. 'Saren-wrap.' :-)

I pronounce it Sᴂr-AN-rae anyway

Perhaps... but after saying it SAIR-in-ray for several decades, it's just a pet peeve of mine to see it misspelled and mispronounced—especially since a few folks here at Paizo did so habitually several years ago.

Liberty's Edge

...before they were executed for crimes against the state. Right?

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