The Christian saints Peter and Paul introduced Christianity to the Romans. After the death of Jesus, called Christos by the Hellenes, died sometime between c. 783-786 A.U.C. (30-33 C.E.) Christian missionaries traveled across the empire. The apostles of the new faith steadily won converts and established Christian communities across the empire. After the Great Fire of Rome in July, 817 A.U.C. (64 C.E.), Emperor Nero accused the Christians as convenient scapegoats who were later persecuted and martyred. From that point on, Roman official policy towards Christianity tended towards persecution. The Roman authorities suspected Christians of disloyalty to the Emperor and of committing various crimes against humanity and nature.
This attitude is (for now) agreeable with the peoples of Liberportus and Sealord Drac banished all Christians from the islands of The Serpents Teeth as one of his first acts as Sealord.
FAITHS OF LIBERPORTVS