|Iames||Harmony OR Light|
|Avlor||Man, Victory, Stasis|
|Defences of God||Law, Defence, Force|
|Herigian||Law, Truth, Mastery|
|Inner Temple||Literacy, Light, Truth|
|Iron Blood||Law, Death, Harmony|
|Kyria||Harmony, Motion, Protection|
|Lenderyn||Motion, Death, Magic|
|Querto||Law, Motion, Mineral|
|Rose Nuns||Law, Harmony|
|Siglat||Harmony, Perception, Mastery|
|Talara Ignia||Fire, Essence|
|Yarilia||Storm, Protection, Cold|
Some additional things you might notice from this list:
- Not all wizardry schools necessarily have three runes; it depends on the range and scope of their magic.
- Saints grimoires, in particular, may focus on particular aspects of their rune; for example, Althens' Artifice rune/grimoire does not include metalwork, because he's a shipwright.
- Some grimoires, again especially amongst saints, mediate the power of their main rune through another rune; for example the Order of the Burning Arrow's rune is Death, but it's largely (though not entirely) through the medium of fire.
- Iames has two different runes, just to be awkward - but individual members only ever have access to one.
- Pastors of the main Malkioni prophets, such as Rokar and Hrestol, use the Law rune in almost all cases, and are therefore too repetitive to list here. Their grimoire is usually The Abiding Book, or some variant thereof.
- Talor simply used his own rune, in the last version I saw.
- There are additional cults, such as the Order of Shining Steel, in LotW2 and LotW3!