Oh good! They also move people a lot in sensitive jobs, although fiction censorship is generally not considered to be a sensitive job! It makes sense that Christendom is much weaker, though. They have to censor so many more things!
They liked herofic, so here is a classic trilogy of herofic novels! The main pairings are heterosexual and everything!
In the first book, the heroine Alpha is resurrected from the dead by a teenager, Beta, who wants her to take revenge on his abusive family. She has a reputation as the Evil Ghost Queen-- it seems to be some kind of recurring trope-- but is actually just very traumatized and kind of a mess. She decides that Beta clearly can't spend any more time with his abusive family, so she drops him off with Gamma, the most righteous person she knew when she was alive, who has subsequently become an immortal. The first half of the book alternates between four plotlines:
-Beta's process of attaching to the hero and recovering from his abusive family; this involves a lot of detailed descriptions of the hero's home, which bears a striking resemblance to a Teachingsphere monastery. It takes in orphans, the psychotic, and anyone who needs a home. There are regular services in praise of the logos (although no one ever does any sort of petitionary prayer other than strength to do the logos' will); meditation lessons; and chores, which seem to be optional except insofar as if you don't do any chores you will be very bored because there is not a lot else to do. Meditating on the will of the logos seems to give you magic powers.
-Alpha's process of recovering enough that she can take revenge on the teenager's abusive family, which involves a lot of hanging out at the monastery because they do take everyone in and there is nothing else to do because if the Evil Ghost Queen shows up somewhere the torches and pitchforks will show up. A lot of this plotline involves the heroine spending time with her best friend Delta, whom she resurrected from the dead back when she was the Evil Ghost Queen, thus inventing the concept of resurrecting people; unfortunately, the kinks hadn't been quite worked out, so Delta is a zombie whose limbs keep falling off.
-Alpha getting nerdsniped by solving the murder of the brother of one of Gamma's friends, Epsilon, The Very Stupidest And Most Useless Man In The World. (The hero's brother is also immortal and reigns over the entire world of heroes wisely and well.)
- Alpha completely missing that Gamma is in love with her, and thinking about how much she WISHES that she could date him, but UNFORTUNATELY she is the Former Evil Ghost Queen and no one as good as Gamma would ever be into her, and thus acting constantly like she hates Gamma and wishes he would go away.
At the end, Beta has recovered enough from his trauma to decide that the best revenge is building a good life for himself away from his abusive family. Gamma makes an anguished confession of love in which he explains that her independence caused him to realize that being a good person wasn't just about obeying those in authority over you but following the wisdom inside your heart, and he has built his entire life asking himself what she would approve of, and he knows that he's bothering her by spending so much time with her but he can't resist because she has made his life so much better; Alpha is amazed and kisses hm. Alpha solves the murder. It turns out that the Gamma's brother's wife murdered the victim because he was going to report that she'd murdered her father. In deference to Christendom sensibilities, exactly why and how she murdered her father has been edited out, but they don't quite manage to get rid of the implication that cannibalism was somehow involved. The hero's brother, Zeta, is fundamentally broken by the revelation and retires to live in seclusion in the hero's monastery. The Very Stupidest And Most Useless Man In The World, it turns out, is much less useless than previously believed, and manipulated Beta into resurrecting Alpha in order to get her to solve his brother's murder.
In the second book, Gamma is working through his relationship problems caused by the fact that he had put Alpha on a pedestal for a thousand years, and now she actually exists and is an actual person with actual traits, some of which are annoying and not even in a grand interesting way but just kind of petty and stupid. He had a grand noble love for her, which redeemed him, and then his love redeemed her, and now he has to deal with the fact that she compulsively eats crackers in bed, tells the same jokes over and over again, and is also kind of a mess who keeps having the same emotional problems over and over again no matter how many epiphanies she has.
Meanwhile, Zeta has met Delta, and they're falling in love. Zeta had always seen the best in his wife, had always defended her against slander when people had criticized her, and he still loves her and cares about her and is aware of her good traits and is reconsidering the extent to which their entire relationship was based on gaslighting and lies. Delta is kind and sweet and has a hard time expressing preferences. They both have difficulty with trusting people: Zeta wonders if everyone else is going to betray him the way his wife did; Delta has trouble trusting that people will stay if she actually has emotional needs instead of endlessly self-sacrificing. Eventually, they build a fragile relationship based on a leap of faith.
Meanwhile, Epsilon The Very Stupidest And Most Useless Man In The World is apparently the only heir to the throne who isn't about to start a war, and wars are BAD, because you might DIE IN THEM, so Epsilon The Very Stupidest And Most Useless Man In The World has to do politics. How could he have foreseen this. He has nervous breakdowns about twelve times a day.
In the third book, Alpha and Gamma cope with becoming parents because of the child they have accidentally adopted, and also do the Industrial Revolution powered by magic. Zeta and Delta create a fragile relationship based on their mutual trauma. And The Very Stupidest And Most Useless Man In The World invents democracy as an elaborate attempt to get out of having to rule anything.