|The last lingering presence of the soul|
|Health regen||1 HP/3s|
Unlike the other religions of the age, worshippers of Mitra favor dignified and elegant rituals. They frown upon human sacrifice and prefer to perform purification rituals upon the dead. Ostensibly, this ritual involves positioning the Ankh of Mitra over the body of the deceased and saying a few quiet prayers. The ankh is then touched to the corpse, in order to cleanse it of any last impurities. Some of the more experienced priests have noticed that at the moment of contact, their ankh becomes slightly heavier, as if something is clinging to the instrument. Those priests are often given vows of silence, shortly thereafter.