Conductor

A priestess of the earth spirits; a woman who leads Tellurics in their weekly conducting ceremonies.

Conductors live simply and are responsible for encouraging the people to give back to the earth. During conducting ceremonies—and when teaching—the conductor wears a red cloak, symbolizing the blood that connects Tellurics to nature.

Plants and incense are often used by conductors when they forge extrinsic keys, and some conductors have the ability to feel the essence and stories of stones.

Conductors are often very sexually expressive. They are allowed to marry and have children, and kids usually take their mother’s name, with daughters the ones to claim inheritance.