The one common feature of every large cathedral found anywhere in Cittá is a collection of carved stone tablets naming the Nine Hundred Gods of Cittá. The one common ritual among all the organized religions of Cittá is an annual service which includes a recitation of the entire list.
The tablets are known as the Concordat. The Sages however, tell us the Concordat is more than just a collection of stone tablets. They say the Concordat is an actual agreement made by The Nine Hundred Gods of Cittá. There is certainly some truth to this, for while The Nine Hundred have many conflicting goals and intense hatreds, they have not fought openly in the city since the Concordat. Our history is replete with stories of the gods and their battles. Many ancient civilizations collapsed when their gods joined them on the battlefield and fought their wars with them. Cittá was spared this fate. For eight thousand years, Citta has grown and spread across the world; surely the Concordat is the reason.