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The Ritual of Treida's favor is, by far, the most fun of all of the Celestial Conclave's rituals. A dance, usually slow, though some groups do different types of dances. Regardless, a dance performed before an altar, devoted to Treida, counts as a ritual to Treida. Church services to Treida almost always either start, conclude, or both, with a dance. Gives a plus two to the roll to contact.
The Ritual of Lifegiving is generally done either during a birth, within a phase of a birth, or during the after party. Doing this ritual requires one merely bow their heads over the newborn with a symbol of Treida in hand, and earnestly speaking your message.
The final, and most simple ritual, is to grow a plant at the altar, and to water it and speak to it as if one were speaking directly to Treida, saying her name or aliases three times to attempt to summon her. It must be a plant you personally have grown from a seed, resulting in many altars becoming somewhat overgrown. Trimming and manicuring the plant also counts. Gives a plus two to the roll to contact.
Like all celestials, Treida speaks almost entirely in signs, almost never giving answers in absolute. One must interpret the will of the celestials in most part...