Male clergy of the Faith are called “septons”, and there are various orders of devotion amongst them, each concentrating their devotion on one aspect of the Seven. For example, there are septons sworn the Smith, and they wear small metal hammers on a thong around their necks. Monastic orders of septons can live in ‘septries’ (plural of ‘septry’), self sustaining enclaves of sworn brothers who are called “Brown Brothers”. Septons without a sept wander the countryside ministering to the smallfolk in exchange for food and shelter. They are sometimes disparaged as “begging brothers”, and they wear a small metal bowl around their necks. The figurehead of the Faith is known as the High Septon.