St. Laurence

A saint of the Church of Twelve Shepherds, said to have lived more than eight hundred years ago, Laurence was a monk of the Odoite order. As the Church tells it, he went into the far Northern wilderness to teach the true faith to the Orcs, only to be gruesomely tortured to death for his trouble. Laurence’s intercession is often invoked by travelers and by those who must argue with the stubborn and obstinate.

Westphalia’s major river is named after him, as is its second-largest city.

St. Laurence

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