In Minecraft Diaries, there seems to be a religion that worships Lady Irene the Matron (a Divine Warrior), this is very per ounces as people say "Oh my, Irene" all the time and other hints like people pray to her and such. The other Divine Warriors are also probably believed in; Esmund the Protector, Enki the Keeper, Shad the Destroyer, Menphia the Fury, and Kul'zak the Wanderer. I think this is the symbol of the religion. (over there) --->
You see this symbol on the top of the chapel in Irene's Dimension, as well as above the altar inside the chapel. The symbol looks a bit like a tree, with a wide base, and three branches. You can also see this in the episode 65 in season 2, in one of the destroyed buildings said by Chad to be a storage room. It has been printed one of the two banners, and be reminded this is extremely close to the temple ruin which is an exact replica of the one in Irene's Dimension.
Lady Irene was a woman who lived about 900 years ago, who stopped a war between Wyverns and humans, able to communicate with the wyverns. She overthrew an evil king, and protected villages in the turmoil. She apparently had incredibly strong magicks, able to use many different kinds, as well as possessing the godlike power to open, close, and create dimensions all on her own. The religion believes she is a goddess or an angel, as she is portrayed as a statue in Phoenix Drop . I think the religion also uses the cross as a symbol. The cross can be seen on the chapel, as well as being worn by many characters, such as Zane (curse him), Garroth , and on the uniforms of the guards of O'khasis . There is also examples of other holy thingies in Minecraft Diaries, such as the strange shrine island and the Bright Port Statue in Episode 60. I think the strange shrine thingy in Episode 60 is a shrine to Shad, and I think it was erected by Zane, because of the colors and materials. This would imply that Shad was evil, but I don't think that is the case. Darkness is not inherently evil. It can represent masculinity, communication with
the deceased, sophistication, mystery, magic, love, etc. Like yin and yang, or Princess Luna and Nightmare Moon, there are good and bad sides. I think Shad was wrongfully deemed as evil because of his
darkness, and does not have any priests because of this. About the other statue in Bright Port. I think it is Enki, the Keeper. I think Enki was a keeper of all knowledge and magic. The statue has magical particles swirling around it, and it looks wise and knowledgeable. The statue has a large wide staff. It resembles Laurance's new sword, which was blessed by a priest of Enki. The statue could also be a figure of a member of the Jury of Nine because it wears the same armor as those in the Jury of Nine. In Episode 15 of Season Two, Sasha talks about how the Divine Warriors were just humans, but were revered as gods, and are worshiped in regions that they protected. Apparently there are other relics! I have no Idea who they belong to!Now, about Dante , Garroth, Laurance and Aphmau . I think these four characters are either representations or reincarnations of the Divine Warriors Katelyn mentioned. The other two, appearing in Episode 15 of Season Two, are not included here, but perhaps might show up later. I think Aphmau represents Irene, because of the holy white mithril sword she uses, as well as her motherly devotion and protective nature toward her children and her people. Aphmau and Irene have often been shown in white or purple, so I think either White or Purple could be Irene's color . I think Laurance represents Enki. He is shown to be very knowledgeable, and Aphmau entrusts Laurance with the keeping of a very powerful amulet; a incredible display of trust. The Enki-Priest blessed sword is green, and Laurance has been shown to wear green a lot, so i think green is Enki's color. I think Garroth represents Esmund, the Protector. He shows great loyalty and kindness, and always protects those who need it. Laurance also describes him as "Garroth, Protector of the Innocent." The color blue represents protection, and Garroth usually wears blue, so I think blue is Esmund's color. I think Dante represents Shad. Dante has been know to dual-wield katanas, and has incredible fighting skills. With the Shad-blessed weapon being twin katanas...it just makes sense. The katanas are red, and Dante has worn a red cape despite having blue hair, so I think red is Shad's color. Aphmau being Lady Irene or being a direct descendant of Lady Irene is already canon (I have a theory that maybe Minecraft Diaries Origins tells the story of Irene). Maybe the relic of Irene is attracted to and can only be used by descendants of Irene. Zane was trying to use the relic, but when Aphmau walked in, the relic teleported away from him. It appeared in front of Aphmau and was absorbed into her being, and Aphmau's body probably absorbed its powers. Lady Irene also had probably put her powers into that relic (there are a lot of probablys in this article XD). Lady Irene's statue (an object that was full of her power) has been shown to turn evil darkness into light. That alone is an incredible power. In Season Two, Aphmau (who absorbed the relic's powers) was able to heal a fatal wound (she fainted afterward, but who cares). She almost opened the realm barrier betweenthis one and Irene's Dimension. Aphmau might gain more powers as the series progress. Who knows, maybe Laurance, Garroth, and Dante will gain the powers of Enki, Esmund, and Shad?Maybe new people will embody the other Divine Warriors? If any conflicting things come up later in the series, I will update this. Update Time! There has been new canon on the Divine Warriors, and new theories. Travis does seem a likely candidate to be related to Enki, and Katelyn to Kul'zak. I am completely open to new theories and canon that will be revealed.