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A religious order of women dedicated to the worship of Gilana. While they refer to her using her old title as a goddess of joy, they revere her in her current aspect as the goddess of mourning and despair.

Excerpt from a pamphlet distributed by the Daughters of the White Rose:

The Daughters of the White Rose offer this word of caution to citizens of dying townships: Your suffering is far from over. Hoping for a savior or a miracle will only add to your grief when the realization of your isolation finally arrives. Your prayers are nothing more than the muffled whimpers of unwanted children, long abandoned by selfish parents. Should you choose to remain in your decaying homes, we encourage you to embrace your grief, like a feathered blanket in the dead of winter. Otherwise, it shall surely smother you as your screams go unheard by those who would care to help.