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The first, and most common ritual of Parabos, is the Hymn of Equal Scales, in which a set of weights, their value recorded from the previous prayer, is first placed lit and burned for the duration of the sung, celestial prayer, using weights to even the scales before lighting the candle, during the prayer and ritual, and finally after, before removing the candle first and then the weights. After the hymn is sung, people generally say their peace to the deity. This gives a plus five in the roll to contacting Parabos, and its preferred method of receiving prayers.
The second ritual is known as Parabos' Battle Hymn, to be used in the most desperate of battles only. This celestial song does not require any altar, but unless you're in a truly desperate scenario, it will not work. The song takes twelve emotes to fully sing, but one can sing it while doing other things.
The third most well known ritual to Parabos is the Invocation of Lawbringers, uttered in courts, usually by judges before judgements are passed, but it can also be spoken in ritual to try to make connection with Parabos. It is a poem to Parabos, beseeching it to give the speaker some of its wisdom.
Like all celestials, Parabos speaks almost entirely in signs, almost never giving answers in absolute. One must interpret the will of the celestials in most part...