While on the outside, the guild deals mainly with arcane services, the Kiron Guild (more commonly known as the Church of Kiron) seeks to unite all the city-states into one nation, forged by the sheer will of its charismatic demagogue Kiron Sirulle, a young noble from Polmina and graduate of the College of Five Colors.
Kiron is similar to the College’s provost Kalina in that he seems to embody the fey that the eladrin left. Believing himself to be the answer to all the strife and in-fighting among the various city-states and villages, Kiron seeks with his followers to establish a new nation led by the guild’s charismatic leader. What makes Kiron so dangerous is that he actually believes his message, and his followers are near fanatical. Though banished from Polmina for undermining the culture of the eladrin, he continues spreading his followers like missionaries, who preach of his abilities as if he was a demi-god. Kiron works to train his followers in magic, instructing them that he is the source of everything arcane. His protégées then leave to proselyte in the various city-states and villages, performing magical wonders and services to gain more followers. Though heavily persecuted in most city-states, the Guild is gaining a foothold among the common masses tired of politics and power plays between the city-states which often disrupt their daily lives. Rosett is the only city-state who has not persecuted the Kiron Guild and its religious message, instead allowing it to preach freely within its walls in exchange for free arcane services, such as boosting watermill production or crops in their agriculture. The Torencci Family tolerates this religious group in hopes of using their abilities to gain an economic advantage over their neighboring city-states. In reality, the Torencci’s secret police have been keeping extensive tabs on the guild, ready to strike down the local leaders in Rosett at a moment’s notice.
While its past image is that of talented magewrights working with magic to improve daily life and society, disturbing rumors of their more fanatical followers and the crimes they commit are tarnishing their reputation and gathering some ire and backlash, especially from nobles, aristocrats and the upper class. The Church of Kiron’s followers are fanatical and willing to promote their cause at any cost. Recently, they have taken to ransacking various locations in search for Dragonian artifacts, though only Kiron himself really knows why. Kiron himself is based in a cave in the Altier Mountains, where only his most devout and most trusted advisors can find him.