Now Palthos had made a double-edged sword about two cubits long, which the Vector then strapped to the right thigh under clothing. The Vector was sent to presented the tribute to Arius, who was a very fat man. After the Vector had presented the tribute, sent on their way the men who had carried it. At the idols near Gilgal the Vector turned back and said, "I have a secret message for you, O king." The king said, "Quiet!" And all his attendants left him. The Vector then approached him while he was sitting alone in the upper room of his winter palace and said, "I have a message from Ainu for you." As the king rose from his seat, The Vector reached with left hand, drew the sword from it's place on the right thigh and plunged it into the king's belly. Even the handle sank in after the blade, which came out his back. The Vector did not pull the sword out, and the fat closed in over it. Then the Vector went out to the tent; shut the doors of the upper room behind and locked them forever.
Within the Church of Palthos, a Vector (Vecktor in the Northern Lands) performs the role of a crusader, spreading the Word of Palthos to lands who may not be acquainted with the God.
Many members of the clergy within the Church of Palthos spend their first years as Vectors in order to emulate and learn from the experiences associated with the First Vector, considered by many to be the closest thing the Church of Palthos has to a Saint. In fact, most holy texts within the Temple of Palthos are rumored to be either authored by, or directly inspired by the actions of the First Vector.
"Don't shed any blood. Throw him into this cistern here in the desert, but don't lay a hand on him." the Vector said this to rescue him from them and take him back to Palthos.