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  • Prelate
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  • A prelate is a member of the clergy who either has ordinary jurisdiction over a group of people or ranks in precedence with ordinaries. A prelature is the office of a prelate or the entire juridical entity which the prelate governs. The archetypal prelate is a bishop, whose prelature is his particular church. In the Roman Catholic Church, a personal prelature is an institution having clergy and (possibly) lay members which would carry out specific pastoral activities.
  • Prelate is a village of about 164 people in western Saskatchewan, Canada.
  • The prelate was the leader of the Qomar Planetary Alliance and the Qomar people. In 2376, Prelate Koru held this position when the USS Voyager visited the Qomar homeworld. (VOY: "Virtuoso")
  • Prefix Title earned by gaining +40,000 (Ally) faction with the Celestial Watch in North Qeynos.
  • It appears to be equivalent to the rank of praetor, which is sometimes used as a synonym for prelate. Upon their selection, each prelate is presented with a unique armor crafted to reflect their beliefs and personality.
  • Every popular religious cult wields at least some degree of political influence. Priests who represent their temples on town councils can – given enough ambition – attain special titles in the court of the ruling noble, or become administrators of temple-owned lands. A prelate’s skill at delivering sermons and debating legal statutes with equal proficiency makes him highly respected in both civic and religious circles. However, the lure of temporal wealth and power has led many prelates down the path of corruption. Prelates may also be known as vicars, curates or arch lectors, depending upon the cult.[1a]
  • A Prelate was a title held by a person, usually a high ranking politician or a member of a religion. In the Andorian culture, this position was often held by the head of the states religion and was thus a powerful religious figure amongst the race. In the 23rd century, Shras who was Andors Chief Ambassador held the position of Prelate. (TOS novel: Dwellers in the Crucible) Some Bajoran communities (such as Tindar) are led by a prelate. Benzar Okrin was the prelate of Tindar in the 2370s. (DS9 novel: Wrath of the Prophets)
  • Prelate was a title held by select members of the Imperial Ruling Council. Verge, a male human, held this title during the Galactic Civil War.
  • After the Prelate is defeated, the Core returns to their original bodies. They appear as sleek, silver metallic beings with few defining features aside from their colored stripes and eyes. They are robot-like in that their eyes act as both energy weapons and HUDs displaying objectives and orders as well as scanning their area of perception and assessing subjects of interest. They also demonstrate enhanced strength and resilience as they can quickly reboot if forced offline, making them persistent threats. While they can be destroyed by strong, precise attacks, they can simply be remade anew as the Core always remains intact. They also are capable of generating portals that appear similar to corrupted Super Warp Rings which allow them to travel through time and to alternate zones. Unlike th
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  • Prelate
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  • A prelate is a member of the clergy who either has ordinary jurisdiction over a group of people or ranks in precedence with ordinaries. A prelature is the office of a prelate or the entire juridical entity which the prelate governs. The archetypal prelate is a bishop, whose prelature is his particular church. In the Roman Catholic Church, a personal prelature is an institution having clergy and (possibly) lay members which would carry out specific pastoral activities.
  • Prelate is a village of about 164 people in western Saskatchewan, Canada.
  • The prelate was the leader of the Qomar Planetary Alliance and the Qomar people. In 2376, Prelate Koru held this position when the USS Voyager visited the Qomar homeworld. (VOY: "Virtuoso")
  • Prefix Title earned by gaining +40,000 (Ally) faction with the Celestial Watch in North Qeynos.
  • It appears to be equivalent to the rank of praetor, which is sometimes used as a synonym for prelate. Upon their selection, each prelate is presented with a unique armor crafted to reflect their beliefs and personality.
  • Every popular religious cult wields at least some degree of political influence. Priests who represent their temples on town councils can – given enough ambition – attain special titles in the court of the ruling noble, or become administrators of temple-owned lands. A prelate’s skill at delivering sermons and debating legal statutes with equal proficiency makes him highly respected in both civic and religious circles. However, the lure of temporal wealth and power has led many prelates down the path of corruption. Prelates may also be known as vicars, curates or arch lectors, depending upon the cult.[1a]
  • A Prelate was a title held by a person, usually a high ranking politician or a member of a religion. In the Andorian culture, this position was often held by the head of the states religion and was thus a powerful religious figure amongst the race. In the 23rd century, Shras who was Andors Chief Ambassador held the position of Prelate. (TOS novel: Dwellers in the Crucible) Some Bajoran communities (such as Tindar) are led by a prelate. Benzar Okrin was the prelate of Tindar in the 2370s. (DS9 novel: Wrath of the Prophets)
  • After the Prelate is defeated, the Core returns to their original bodies. They appear as sleek, silver metallic beings with few defining features aside from their colored stripes and eyes. They are robot-like in that their eyes act as both energy weapons and HUDs displaying objectives and orders as well as scanning their area of perception and assessing subjects of interest. They also demonstrate enhanced strength and resilience as they can quickly reboot if forced offline, making them persistent threats. While they can be destroyed by strong, precise attacks, they can simply be remade anew as the Core always remains intact. They also are capable of generating portals that appear similar to corrupted Super Warp Rings which allow them to travel through time and to alternate zones. Unlike the beings that their cores are extracted from, Prelates are incapable of feeling pain, nor can they experience emotions or think for themselves, making them autonomous, nonliving weapons. So far, the only prelates seen have originated in an alternate timeline from Mobius Prime where the entire world was conquered by Enerjak. (SU: #25, #26)
  • Prelate was a title held by select members of the Imperial Ruling Council. Verge, a male human, held this title during the Galactic Civil War.
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