The children’s god earned its name after it took in nearly four hundred unwanted child-acolytes and set up schools and orphanages for them and any other children displaced by the wars. Many of them are now run by the first graduates and the most stable child-acolytes – the schools themselves have a distinct focus on survival skills in addition to basic knowledge and technical skills. Over the years, they’ve produced a noticeable number of graduates who in turn volunteer to become acolytes, and as such have become known as acolyte’s schools.

Cia is one of the few remaining child-acolytes who has not called for death or left their first after-war god to serve the children’s god.