Ferrum Lupus Exuro in Abyssus


In all that you do, consider its benefit or harm upon yourself, your children and your people.

All that which you do will return to you, sooner or later, for good or ill. Thus strive always to do good to others, or at least strive always to be fair and just.

Be honest with yourself and with others. This above all; to thine own self be true.

All of humankind and especially your own family and folks, have the spark of divinity within them. Protect and nurture that spark.

Give your word sparingly, then adhere to it like iron. What you have, HOLD. Pass onto others only those words which you have personally verified.

Be honest with others and let them know that you expect honesty in return – always.

In this world, your first trust and responsibility should be to your own people. Yet, be kind and proper to others whenever possible.

The fury of the moment plays havoc with the truth; to keep one’s head is a virtue.

Sir Osric Eisenwulf, K.S.C.A.

A.K.A Homer Stone.