What do we know about the structure and government of Erebus religions? Im not aware of any bits of lore that speak extensively on this, although there does seem to be more known about Order than any of the others. Some of my speculation follows. Order Order seems to be a traditional Episcopal hierarchy, resembling an extreme hierarchical structure, somewhat in the Roman/Byzantine style, although without (perhaps?) a single church head at the top of the hierarchy. Empyrean I see Empyrean as a Presbyter-run structure, with regional councils elected from local elders, with those council members again rolling up into a group of delegated higher-ranking elders within a Synod. Runes of Kilmorph With the focus of Kilmorph on the importance of individualism and the family as a unit, I would guess that RoK is set up in congregational manner each local congregation is independent of all others, but may join with others in non-binding associations with other congregations to discuss shared beliefs and cooperate in joint efforts. I admit that the differences in Empyrean and RoK structure are unclear to me. Fellowship of Leaves I would guess that each local group is autonomous, with a single council made up of representatives from each local group (perhaps not elected, but chosen by sortition). Octopus Overlords I have no clue. Its obvious that there are priests and priestesses who make up a local temple. Due to the chaotic nature of the religion, Im inclined to think that theres minimal top-to-bottom governance. Im unsure how someone advances within the structure that does exist. Council of Esus There seems to be no official organization of CoE, but there may be structure within adjunct organizations and guilds such as Stewards of Iniquity. It does seem strange that its called a Council though, unless theres a shadow government of some type. Ashen Veil Again, Im unsure of the structure here. It seems to mainly be a cult with no clear indication of structure. Perhaps each city has its own local policies for advancement, since advancement would seem to be important for the practitioners. Luonnotar Im not sure whether there is any structure to the Luonnotar. Each seems to be a wandering mendicant, or an individual prophet who has heard directly from the One and goes where he may.