Religion is a central part of Orithian culture, and nowhere is this more true than in Salamonis. The vast range of cultures in the city has naturally bred a dizzying array of religions, faiths and superstitions which often change as one walks between different districts and neighbourhoods within the city. Presented below is a list of the most common faiths observed by the citizens of Orithia and Salamonis. This is not an exhaustive list by any means and many citizens observe the traditions of multiple faiths (especially in Salamonis, see Great Wheel) or at least achknowledge a particular deity when operating within their sphere of influence, e.g a common practice among citizens of all faiths and race in Salamonis is to hang a small twist of straw or a sprig of flowers above the dinner table during a meal. This is a practice which stems from the doctrine of Yondalla indicating that the family are giving thanks for the harvest which yielded their food and the toil of the farmers who produced it.