The Bright Sons
Interaction between the Bright Sons and the public is often made through sponsored schools and sects in rural societies. They would often invest considerably in rural communities, helping construct barns, pens and other infrastructure critical for self sustaining the community.
While no official records found to point at the cult's founding dates, it is belived the Bright Sons have been operating around Lake Kadia since the early 12th century. The Bright Sons are known to have take an active role in witch hunting and many instances of magical persecution during the Second Salemizia, despite never being officially ordained or sanctioned by any organization to do such tasks. The Bright Sons contribution to the communities who house them is often viewed with scrutiny. Their members have been found guilty in corruption or other serious crimes throughout the years, with the their houding community often being the ones who eventually pay the price. Those accusation of corruption were so common in the 14th century that the Andorian Church has officially declared the organization as an unsanctioned cult, pushing its activities to more distant provinces around Lake Kadia.