This article is about the religion and traditional faith. For information about the Myrorian people, known as Maeror in Ozian, see Myrorian people.
Maerorism (from the Ozian Մաեռօռ, maeror, "dark or death-associated") encompasses the traditional faith and ancestor veneration of the Myrorian people. Maerorism is an atheistic religion, without any deities. Practioners of Maerorism, known as Maerorists, are guided by its foundational text, the Merepas, or book of the dead (part of a larger body of text known as the Ruhnpas, or Hearth Book) and supplemental oral tradition such as the Sermons of Saint Olm. Maerorism is considered by its adherents to be a philosophical link between the living and non-living or spirit worlds.
|| Cefaruth, Fellowmoor, Hemrith, Hlaresoth, Ivorheart, Nelvil's Landing, Novrith, Omaryseth, Pelagis, Quarrovth, Thanelen, Traval
|| Maerorism, Conservative Maerorism, Progressive Maerorism, Maerorist funeral, Maerorica, Maerorist ancestor worship, Maerorist saints, Mere-ruhn, Seliffera
| Provinces and Colonies:
|| County Cefaruth, County Hemrith, County Hlaresoth, County Ivorheart, County Pelagis, County Omaryseth, County Novrith, County Ser, County Thanelen, County Traval, Northern Outliers, Resdaynia, Western Outliers
|| Great House Moomintroth, Great House Quarrovth, Great House Vrotrith, House Indiotrovth, House Vedranoseth, House Thimalveseth, House Demnevanith
|| Darvam Girith, Ginadura Girith, Gothren Quarrith, Marsilamat Quarrovth, Bevadar Sarerovth Fredrika Tar-Ilium, Peté Tar-Ilium, Meneldur Tar-Ilium, Rothis Vrotrith
|| Government of Myroria (Sedera of Myroria, Council of the Great Houses), Royal election, House system, Political status of Myrorian colonies, Vrotrith poisoning scandal
|| Myrorian people, Standard of living, Myrorian language, Pelagian language, "Outlanders"
|| Imperial College at Fellowmoor, Girith-Sarerovth feud