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Nestorian is one of the Religions practiced in After the End. Nestorian is part of the Christian religious group, and considered an heresy of the Catholic faith.


"Nestorians are an ancient branch of Christianity deemed heretical for their belief in the dual nature (humane and divine) of Christ. The Nestorian position was historically adopted by the Church of the East, offshoots of which have periodically drifted into and out of communion with the Pope. Some of those offshoots relocated to the United States during the 20th century, and fell out of communion with the St. Louis Papacy after the Event. Because of this, Nestorians are now considered by most to be a Catholic heresy." ― In-game description of Nestorian


  • High God: God
  • God Names: God, the Lord, Jesus and the Blessed Virgin
  • Evil God Names: Satan, Lucifer and the Devil
  • Scripture: The Bible


Nestorian is an ancient Christian faith, whose belief were carried to America long before the Event by immigrants. Surviving the event, the faith is however in great minority against the more organized Catholic church, that considers it an heresy. Briefly having its center in Chicago in 2376 under Patriarch Homan, after the death of his successor Eliya in 2410, the Patriarchy disappeared, going into hiding until it finally resurfaced two and a half centuries later in 2666, led by the current Patriarch of the East.

Holy Sites[]

  • Chicago
  • Denver
  • New Orleans
  • St. Louis
  • Washington

As of 2666, there are no Nestorian rulers in the Americas, therefore the faith doesnt control any of its Holy Sites.

In-game features[]

  • The Patriarch of the East excommunicate Catholic characters
  • The Patriarch of the East can grant divorces
  • The Patriarch of the East can grant the Invasion Casus Belli
  • Rulers can order adult unlanded courtiers to take the vows
  • Fleets can navigate major rivers
  • There is always a Patriarch of the East, landed or not

As of 2666, Nestorian has a 25.3 moral authority. A temple holder of the Nestorian faith is called a bishop.


  • Nestorianism is a real branch of the Christian faith, presently mostly practiced in the Church of the East, it was brought to the United States by members of the Assyrian diaspora.