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Source: Concordance of Rivals, pg(s). 44f.

A proctor is a particularly fervent worshipper of one of the monitor demigods, for instance, a psychopomp usher or a protean lord. They are served by a monitor familiar that is of a species associated with their demigod.[1]

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Monitor expression

Experience proctors are classed into four groups based upon their way of expressing their role in following their demigod. This expression of their faith is chosen by the proctor themselves and can be any one of the four expressions regardless of their deity. The four types are:

  • Executor: efficiency and order rules such a proctor's acts
  • Foster: supports social cohesion
  • Harmonizer: tries to bring balance to any situation where there is conflict
  • Impulsive: such a proctor allows their instincts free rein

Other proctors

Although "proctor", as described here, relates to a specifically ardent follower of a monitor demigod, the term proctor is often more loosely used to describe any devotee of the monitor demigods, or as a title such servants might use to describe themselves. However, other more specific titles do occur, such as:[2]