So the Men-of-All have a curious place in Hrestolism. They are imagined as the safety valve in society – powerful, skilled warriors (and sometimes mages) who protect the weak, uphold the Invisible God, are loyalty to the King and their kingdom, who search for truth and justice, and who are permitted to violate caste and taboo to do so.
A cross between the Knights of the Round Table, the Knights Templar, and the Texas Rangers, the Men-of-All defend their community, fight the enemy, and uphold truth and justice.
Their code might be similar to this
I believe that to have a friend, a man must be one.
That all men are created equal.
and that everyone has within himself
the power to make this a better world.
That the Invisible God put the firewood there
but that every man
must gather and light it himself.
In being prepared
physically, mentally, and morally
to fight when necessary
for what is right.
That a man should make the most
of what equipment he has.
That men should live by
the rule of what is best
for the greatest number.
That sooner or later…
we must settle with the world
and make payment for what we have taken.
That all things change but truth,
and that truth alone, lives on forever.
In the Second Age, Men-of-All were big supporters of the Middle Sea Empire and the God Learners, particularly in the wars against the Stygian Empire.
The Rokari look at this tantric transgression/heroic vigilanteism as one of many causes for the hubris of the God Learners. And besides, look what Hrestol did – he claimed that he spoke with long-dead Malkion who gave him the ok to kill a goddess (the daughter of Seshna Likita) in order to screw over her people. He did so, died, and his father agreed to marry Seshna Likita and sire the Serpent Kings, if she would release Hrestol from the death (of course Hrestol would have to be exiled). Hrestol wandered around tell people that Malkion told him that they don’t have to follow the law if they are “just” and ended up as a judge for the Vadeli.
It is possible the Rokari criticism has a few valid points.