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Karehschuth is the sound of the crashing wave upon the shore. It is a cult with one single purpose: worship and adoration of the eternal water, the first element. The element that gives life to all others and without which no beast, man or monster can exist. Its senior worshippers do not so much command the water as they persuade it; they live in constant fear of being overwhelmed by its rages, but live solely from the bounty produced within. It is a cult of the eternal water for those who live in the air and descend from the Rune of Man.

It is principally oriented towards the major waters of the world, all waters, especially seas and oceans. Its key worshippers live exclusively off the bounty of the seas, lakes, rivers and the shores that surround them.

This products contains a new cult built around Karehschuth, the God of Elemental Water and has new Rune and Divine Spells for your RuneQuest games.

Requires the RuneQuest (TM) Main RuleBook, available from Mongoose Publishing.

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December 8th, 2007
A useful description for Runequest of worship of elemental water. The creation story, Sea Sleep and Tap Spring are especially nice. Editing has missed quite a bit and the spelling of the deity's name seems to ebb and flow like the tide. [...]
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