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Some religious head titles cannot be destroyed, but are always held by some character; for some heresies, frequently the only character of that religion is its head.  
 
Some religious head titles cannot be destroyed, but are always held by some character; for some heresies, frequently the only character of that religion is its head.  
  
In most religions, the religious head is part of the [[clergy]]. In Islam and {{icon|hf}}reformed pagan faiths with the ''Temporal'' leadership, he is a [[noble]] who often wields considerable secular power. Religious heads may grant divorces, call [[Crusades|Crusades, jihads and great holy wars]] (except Orthodox and Miaphysite and their heresies), and sanction [[Casus Belli#Invasion|invasions]]. The Christian and Yazidi religious heads can also [[excommunicate]] members of their church.
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In most religions, the religious head is part of the [[clergy]]. In Islam and {{icon|hf}}reformed pagan faiths with the ''Temporal'' leadership, he is a [[noble]] who often wields considerable secular power. Religious heads may grant divorces, call [[Crusades|Crusades, jihads and great holy wars]] (except Orthodox and Coptic and their heresies), and sanction [[Casus Belli#Invasion|invasions]]. The Christian and Yazidi religious heads can also [[excommunicate]] members of their church.
  
 
Religious heads affect their religions' [[moral authority]] in the following ways:
 
Religious heads affect their religions' [[moral authority]] in the following ways:

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