|Ündain - Mythra's Palace Of Infinite Rooms|
"Your Horse Will Die,Your Cattle Will Die,Your Crops Will Die,You Will Die,But Your Name Will Live On"
- inscription found in all temples of the Mythraic religion
Reputation, and standing, is the currency of the Mythraic religion - as encapsulated in its central tenet (above).
These words, usually in the form of an engraving, form a key part of the decoration of every Mythraic temple throughout the continent.
The religion of Tekralh demands that its followers be the best they can be as that is the only way they will win their place in Ündain - Mythra's "Palace Of Infinite Rooms" (their equivalent of Heaven).
This is also why family plays such a large role in the religion as well, as your family carries on your name and, therefore, your reputation.
In game terms a character's reputation is largely reflected in his experience level, but his actions also contribute when considering if a character is "worthy" of a room in Ündain, alongside the religions's many deities
A warrior is more worthy if he dies in a heroic battle - or has participated in many great battles - while a wizard is worthy if he creats great spells or accumulates incredible magical items in the name of Mythra The All-Father. A farmer must raise the best crops or breed the best cattle he can, a priest must be as devout as he can and follow the edicts of the Mythra as closely as possible and so on.