The Folkways are a common set of beliefs held by many native humans and a few half-elves. Gods who figure into the legendry of the Folkways include Ode, Lok, and the Lady of the Forest. When entering a building, many rap the doorway three times: “once for Lok and twice for Ode.”
The worship is highly informal with prayers made at home over icons of the deities. There is no organized worship nor body of clerics, most of the beliefs are set to a series of ancient songs and proverbs taught verbally from generation to generation by wise women (adepts). The Folkways values keeping one’s word, generosity, kinship and valor. Nature is highly regarded as well with the Ash tree considered sacred. There is no holy symbol.