I. One shall never lie, and shall remain faithful to the pledged word.
II. One shall be generous, and give largesse to everyone who so deserves.
III. One shall respect all weaknesses, and shall constitute his or herself the defender of them.
IV. One shall love the country in which his or herself was born, regardless of its fault(s).
V. One shall respect ones religious beliefs, regardless of what blemish tarnishes it.
VI. One shall not judge one outright, under any circumstance.
VII. One shall respect all women who rightfully deserve respect.
VIII. One shall not steal unless stolen from.
IX. One shall respect and uphold all laws outside of these that are my own.
X. One shall not speak unless first spoken to.
XI. One shall never mutter any swear to anyone or anything in any circumstance.
XII. One shall not recoil before the enemy.
XIII. One shall keep him or herself chaste for the sake of a lover.
XIV. One shall never abandon a friend, ally, or a noble cause.
XV. One shall remain loyal to one's friend(s) and those who lay their trust in him or herself.
XVI. One shall respect the property of one, as the owner would be respected.
XVII. One shall respect the history of one or ones people, regardless of what blemishes tarnish it.
XVIII. Should one confess to guilt of judgment or any other fault, he or she must be forgiven for their fault.
XIX. The actions of one shall be respected unless he or she is at fault for something. (at which point, the eighteenth point is brought into mind)
XX. One shall perform his or her duties carefully.
XXI. All points are due to change, and will be if the situation calls for it.
XXII. No one point is more important than the other.
XXIII. One shall speak kindly to others who so deserve such a manner of speaking.
XXIV. One shall be mindful, completely to avoid untruths.
XXV. One shall live one's life so that it is worthy of respect and honor.
XXVI. One shall be respectful of host, women, and honor.
XXVII. One shall remain loyal to country, leader, honor, freedom, and the code of chivalry.
XXVIII. One shall not be vain, nor shall one seek vanity.
XXIX. One shall not seek what exploits another.
XXX. One shall be reasonable, and keep a clear mind.
XXXI. One shall not be perverse in any way shape or form.
XXXII. One shall not shift blame onto another.
XXXIII. One shall respect his or her environment.
XXXIV. One shall accept any criticism.
XXXV. One shall not spread untruths and other such evils.
XXXVI. One shall be mindful to the thirty-eight chivalrous points.
XXXVII. One shall not be gluttonous in anyway shape or form.
XXXVIII. One must know discipline, and be as such.
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