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-Most <​ttip:​Cagers>​A native or resident of Sigil.</​ttip>​ can safely categorized as agnostic. It's not that they don't believe in the existence of deities--such would be a difficult thing to deny in a universe filled with divine magic, Angels and Fiends. Rather, they don't quite believe that the Powers are the be-all end-all as the <​ttip:​Primes>​A native of the Prime Material Plane, where most people start before ending up in Sigil.</​ttip>​ tend to believe.+Most <​ttip:​Cagers>​A native or resident of Sigil.</​ttip>​ can be safely categorized as agnostic. It's not that they don't believe in the existence of deities--such would be a difficult thing to deny in a universe filled with divine magic, Angels and Fiends. Rather, they don't quite believe that the Powers are the be-all end-all as the <​ttip:​Primes>​A native of the Prime Material Plane, where most people start before ending up in Sigil.</​ttip>​ tend to believe.
  
 While there is only one entity in Sigil that could be described as a deity--The Lady, herself--that does not mean that all beings with powers bestowed by a deity have those powers immediately cut off. If a Cager wishes to keep those powers, they need an instrument of focus to draw their powers from. Usually, this is a holy symbol of some kind worn on their person, but can also be a statue located in their home. Often, this is called a "​divine tether"​. While there is only one entity in Sigil that could be described as a deity--The Lady, herself--that does not mean that all beings with powers bestowed by a deity have those powers immediately cut off. If a Cager wishes to keep those powers, they need an instrument of focus to draw their powers from. Usually, this is a holy symbol of some kind worn on their person, but can also be a statue located in their home. Often, this is called a "​divine tether"​.