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Sisters of Sacred Obedience. With real life orders such as the Benedictine Nuns, Sisters of Mercy and Sisters of Saint Joseph to draw inspiration from, the name leaves a little to be desired.
It's one of the cardinal requirements of monastic orders, but if you don't like the name, you didn't have to bother to say anything. Take a long walk off a short pier buddy.
My apologies dear friend. Just with the sisters wearing corsets and chains, the name adds to a less than devout imagery. I was just thinking maybe Order of St. Gilles.
In the end it is up to you how you want your nuns to be, so you do you.
Corsets and Chains? Implying thinly veiled sexual repression channeled through violence and blind obedient faith? I don't think that there is anything better to represent the dark ages than that. I don't play arthurian KoE, I play dark ages and crusader KoE; they're prefect for what I think of the setting.