By Ethan Skemp, Malcolm Sheppherd
The fourth of the five order books for Mage
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Words cannot define every aspect of a spiritual vow. Instead, an Arrow has to struggle with his promises, examining how his actions serve the spirit of the oath. Conveniently, this also gives him a certain amount of flexibility when it comes to interpreting his promises — but not too much. He must cleave to his original intentions, even if it means twisting his words to fit them. Even so, order mages can’t get too creative with their promises without undercutting their social position and the Adamantine Arrow’s collective prestige.
When Arrows lose a fight due to poor intelligence, they vow to study future enemies closely. After wasting time with elaborate, indirect strategies, Arrows promise to lead the next attack. Corollary: Word and Soul Must Agree Arrows prefer simple oaths. Oaths are not contracts but a way to express a spiritual commitment. Words cannot define every aspect of a spiritual vow. Instead, an Arrow has to struggle with his promises, examining how his actions serve the spirit of the oath. Conveniently, this also gives him a certain amount of flexibility when it comes to interpreting his promises — but not too much.
Sometimes, she even kills the man who occupies a throne she swore to serve. Outsiders say that Talons are slaves to duty, but the order wouldn’t have it any other way. Duty inspires action. Action creates power. Mages scheme and duel for political offices, wealth and artifacts, all because they imagine some kind of endpoint where they’re safe, wealthy and enlightened. Hierarchs clutch their positions and mystagogues catalog more books than anyone could ever read, and believe that they are powerful.