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The Covenant Charter of Treverorum

1. The Charter
This charter represents the laws and regulations of the Covenant of Treverorum. Each magus sworn to the covenant shall sign their name upon the last page of this charter, signifying that they have read, understood and accepted this charter and its application. No part of this charter may be changed, unless by unanimous vote of a Lawful Council.

2. Membership of Treverorum
The covenant allows for two types of membership of its council, and recognizes a third status, that of peregrinator, which it offers to long time visitors to the covenant.
a) The status of peregrinator may be extended to any person who applies the council for permission under the peripheral code of the Rhine Tribunal and donates five pawns of vis and a quality text on a hermetic subject to the covenant.
Peregrinators are afforded the basic rights detailed by this charter and the peripheral code, and are not obligated to the Council of Members, nor are they a member of this council. Peregrinators may partake in meetings of the Council of Members should they desire it, but are required to leave if asked to do so by a member of that council, and are afforded no voice nor vote unless granted such by the councils chairman, the Disceptator.

b) The status of Probationary Member of the Council may be extended to any magus in good standing of the Order of Hermes, who owes no allegiance nor fealty to any other covenant, and is admitted upon unanimous approval of the current Council of Members. Provisional members assume the basic and provisional rights detailed by this charter and the duties therein attached. The status of provisional member shall last a period of seven seasons, unless abridged through censure or cancelled through expulsion.

c) The status of Full Member of the Council is extended upon the completion of the duties and obligations of a probationary member, unless testimony is brought against her that proves her unfit to swear the Oath of Covenant in good conscience, in which case all rights of membership will be withdrawn. Should elevation to the role of full member take place, then all rights and duties of probationary membership are shed, to be replaced with the assumption of the basic and full rights detailed by this charter, and the duties attached. Full membership persists, unless abridged through censure or cancelled through expulsion.

d) Should a Member of the Council desire a leave of absence from Treverorum, in order to take up temporary residence at another Covenant, in a manner such as a peregrinator, he must notify the Council of Members at the beginning of a lawful council and obtain a majority vote in favour of being allowed a leave of absence. If successful, he retains his Oath of Covenant, and shall be relieved of all duties and rights and may not call upon such rights until he returns to the covenant. If the vote does not pass then the magus must remain a member of the Covenant and abide by the stipulations of the charter for a season, until the next meeting of the lawful council. At that meeting they may affirm their intention to leave and once again obtain a majority vote in favour of being allowed a leave of absence. This process may continue indefinitely. A leave of absence can last no longer than 7 years, after which the leave of absence ends and the magus regains his former status immediately.

e) Should a magus ever come to desire the release from this covenant, he must notify the Council of Members at the beginning of a lawful council and obtain a majority vote in favour of being allowed to leave immediately. If successful, he must renounce his Oath of Covenant in the presence of the council, and shall thereby be relieved of all duties and rights and may not call upon such rights furthermore. If the vote does not pass then the magus must remain a member of the Covenant and abide by the stipulations of the charter for a season, until the next meeting of the lawful council. At that meeting they may affirm their intention to leave and part ways in good terms with the Covenant after renouncing the Oath of the Covenant in the presence of the council. In recognition of past service to the Covenant, a magus who leaves on good terms may be granted some share of Covenant resources by the Disceptator.

3. Governance of Treverorum
The members of this covenant are governed by the Council of Members, which shall consist of all probationary and full members of the covenant. This council shall not declare action except on behalf of the entire membership of the covenant; no action may be demanded of individuals by council agreement. Conversely, the rulings of the council cannot be overturned by an individual. Any member of the covenant shall have the right and duty to convene the Council of Members in an emergency council for consideration of matters justly grave, and all members shall be charged with attendance and diligence in the proceedings. Should it not be possible to convene the full Council of Members, any quorum consisting of more than half of its current members is considered valid; else the discharge of the council’s duty must be delayed until such time as the full council may be convened.

a. Leadership of the Council
The Council of Members shall confer the office of Disceptator to the representative of the covenant in matters of governance and temporal concern. The title of Disceptator is a duty of each and every full member of the covenant; this position is cyclical and mandatory, with the responsibility rotating in sequence of Hermetic seniority amongst the full members of the council. Each Disceptator serves for a period of one Grand Tribunal, normally seven years beginning at the first Legal Council after Grand Tribunal.
The duties of the Disceptator are: to attend regular meetings of the council; to determine the yearly surplus of provision and store; and to act as a spokesman for the Council of Members. At council meetings he will guide the agenda of the council; determine a suitable length for debate and call for any vote; call any member to silence if they speak out of turn; where a vote is tied, the Disceptator may decide the outcome.
The Disceptator shall not be empowered to rule on matters on the covenant’s behalf, but instead is charged with ensuring that the rulings of the Council of Members are enacted, except under Trepidus where the Disceptator’s powers are extended to allow votes to be overruled in favour of a motion as well as holding a veto.
At a Lawful Council, or any time during Trepidus, the Council of Members may appoint a magus to one or a number of formal roles. The actions of a magus bestowed with such a role shall be reported to the next council and, so long as the actions fall within his remit, shall naturally stand as the order of the Council of Members. However, in cases of dereliction of duty or questionable judgement a motion may be raised to reverse such decisions at a Legal Council. The Council of Members may remove or replace the magus serving in any role at any future lawful council, or any time during Trepidus.
i. Vilicus
The prime duty of the Vilicus is to act as the outer head of Treverorum. Taking on the role as mundane lord of the Covenants lands, persons and property. He oversees matters concerning the daily run of the covenant and interactions with external mundanes. The Vilicus is licensed to undertake action and negotiation on behalf of the Council of Members to ensure the peace and prosperity of the Covenant.

ii. Imperator
The Imperator is given responsibility for the mundane and magical defence and security of the Covenant. The Imperator may take and utilise any resources from the Covenant which are required in this role, including the command of the grogs and covenfolk. Under normal circumstances the Imperator may question anyone seeking entry to the covenant, and call an Emergency Council if he believes an individual should not be allowed to enter or leave.
Under Trepidus the Imperator may automatically refuse, in the name of the Council of Members, any individual the right to enter or leave the covenant. The Imperator is also responsible for the Covenant policy for discipline and training for the grogs and other covenfolk.

iii. Librarius
The Librarius shall be licensed to act on behalf of the Council of Members in matters of the library. He may organise the exchange, purchase and sale of texts both magical and mundane and may deny access to specific texts to magi who are not Full Members of the Council. Additionally the Librarius determines what access any Peregrinators have to the library and the cost in vis and access of any visitors.

iv. Civilitor
The Civilitor shall be licensed to act on behalf of the Council of Members in dealings with magi and supernatural powers beyond Treverorum, other Covenants, the Tribunal and wider Order. They may organise the exchange and purchase of vis, magical items, and items of worth, including specialist mundane persons (such as artisans). They may also undertake political negotiations on behalf of the Council of Members at Tribunals and determine the fine detail of any trade agreement or political alliance (noting that the latter must receive subsequent support at a Lawful Council before it could come into effect).

v. Legationis
A magus appointed as a Legationis will also be designated to an area or realm, such as neighbouring mundane lords, or the local fae to which they shall act as ambassador. Typically a Legationis will act as the prime magus of contact between the Covenant and their realm of influence, though they may simply advise and co-ordinate the actions of magi from the Covenant in their interactions with that realm. The Legationis is licensed to undertake action and negotiation on behalf of the Covenant to ensure the peace and prosperity of the Covenant.

b. Council Sessions
The Council of Members shall convene four times each year, one day prior to each equinox and solstice, regardless of call from any member, and all members of the covenant should endeavor to make themselves present. Motions to be decided upon by the Council of Members must be introduced by a member; debated fully and justly, allowing those who wish to speak to do so; and then proposed for the vote. Proposals must be seconded by another member of the covenant, else no vote can take place. All issues shall be passed by a majority vote of the members there present; excepting that the unanimous opinion of the Council of Members is required for issues involving changes to the charter; expulsion of a member; and acceptance of a new probationary member.
A Member of the Council may choose to vote by proxy loan of their sigil to another Full Member of the Council. A vote by proxy may only take place at the regular seasonal meetings of the Council of Members and for no more than three consecutive meetings. Beyond the magi of the Covenant, the Disceptator may grant any individual the right to attend a meeting of the Council, but such individuals do not hold the right to vote.

c. Emergency Council
The purpose of an Emergency Council is to allow the Council of Members to swiftly organize a plan and allocate items, vis or other resources needed to deal with any crisis facing the Covenant.
A Member of the Council may also call an emergency council and raise motion to prevent a magus admitting an individual he believes may be a threat to the covenant, or prevent an individual he suspects of a crime from leaving the covenant.
The Disceptator or the Imperator shall present a response to the threat before the Council, which may be swiftly called to a vote. In an emergency council matters that are settled at seasonal council meetings cannot be passed, otherwise all regulations of a Lawful Council are maintained.

d. Trepidus
i. Declaration of Trepidus
In times of significant crisis an Emergency Council may declare a Covenant Trepidus [an emergency]. Upon such a declaration the Disceptator will immediately call an Emergency Council, making all reasonable effort to contact magi sworn to the Covenant. At the convening of this Emergency Council the necessity and duration of the state must be agreed by majority vote of the Council of Members. If the vote is passed, the Trepidus is in force for the duration specified.

ii. During Trepidus
During Trepidus the Disceptator or the Imperator, depending on the nature of the emergency, is granted the powers of Dictator, which over-ride the regulations of lawful council and other aspects of this charter. The Dictator may call or postpone sessions of the Council as required, automatically pass or veto any motions raised during meetings of Council, determine the activities of the magi for the duration of the emergency (save for the stipulation of one season for personal study each year), dispense such magical or mundane resources required to deal with the crisis, and replace, grant or remove formal roles to individuals at any time. During Trepidus the Dictator and the Imperator may prevent any individual from entering or leaving the Covenant.

4. Resources Owned by Treverorum
Resources of this covenant are held in common by the Council of Members, and it is the responsibility of this council to maintain and defend them. This covenant lays claim to all the vis originating from undisputed and unclaimed sources discovered by members of the council; save for the first harvest of a new vis source, which belongs to the finder or finders. This covenant also lays claim to any vis gifted to the Council of Members as a whole. In all other situations, undisputed and unclaimed vis belongs to the finder or finders.
This covenant lays claim to all books obtained by members of the council while acting at the behest of the council, and all books scribed by members of the council where payment was received for this scribing from the covenant’s resources. This covenant also lays claim to any texts gifted to the Council of Members as a whole. This council lays claim to all magical items obtained by members of the council while acting at the behest of the council; and all magical items made by members of the council where payment was received for this manufacture from the covenant’s resources. This covenant also lays claim to any magical items gifted to the Council of Members as a whole. This council lays claim to all monies generated using the resources of the covenant. This council also lays claim to all monies obtained by members of the council while acting at the behest of the council. This covenant also lays claim to any monies gifted to the Council of Members as a whole. This council lays claim to the buildings, defenses, chattels, and inhabitants of the covenant, who are not specifically declared in service to a magus, such as a personal servant or bodyguard. This council also lays claim to any such buildings, defenses, chattels, and inhabitants gifted to the Council of Members as a whole.
Surplus resources of the covenant will be determined at the Winter meeting of the Council of Members. Resources necessary for the continued existence of the covenant and the protection of its members’ rights are accounted for first; this includes payment for seasons of work performed on behalf of the covenant, and a stipend of vis for the casting of the Aegis of the Hearth. Contributions to all debts owed to the covenant are decided by the Disceptator, and set aside. The remaining resources are deemed surplus, and shall be allocated to the settlement of requests from each member of the covenant
a. Surplus resources General Principle
During sessions of Lawful Council the Council shall consider all requests for loans or grants of books, equipment, vis or other Covenant resources, so that magi may grow in their understanding of the Ars Magica. Access to said resources shall be granted by a majority vote of the Council.

b. Library
The Librarius on behalf of the Council of Members shall regulate access to the library of the Covenant; the library includes all books and texts of Art, spell or mundane lore that belong to the Covenant. Individuals may petition the Council for use of the library for the purposes copying for personal use. If two or more magi require the same tome in the same period, Hermetic seniority under the peripheral code determines priority and among equally senior magi, Certamen will be considered the acceptable way to determine priority.
Access may be granted in two ways; a formal loan where a book or set of tomes (typically of Art or spell grimoire) is taken from the library into a magus’s sanctum, and informal access where a book or set of tomes remains in the library and is reserved for a magus’ use. In the case of a formal loan, the book must be returned before the end of the season. In the case of informal access, the book is reserved for the duration of a season. The nature of the loan is determined by the Librarius. Loss or damage occurring to an item of the library shall incur sanction.

c. Magical Items
At any council, a magus may petition for the use of a Covenant item; to assist them in their personal activities or Covenant service; and the intended use should be stated. If two or more magi require the same item in the same period, Hermetic seniority under the peripheral code determines priority and among equally senior magi, Certamen will be considered the acceptable way to determine priority. Access to an item will be granted in one of two ways; an indefinite loan where a magus will keep possession of an item until it is recalled by the Council, and a short loan where the magus must return the item by the end of the season. Loss of or damage to an item may incur sanction.

d. Vis
The first 4 pawns of Vim, 4 pawns of Corpus and 4 pawns of Creo vis are to be held in reserve and not counted amongst the surplus
The Council is expected to release vis to be available for a magus to undertake the production of a longevity potion, the binding of a familiar, and the construction a talisman. If the Covenant stores are incapable of granting the necessary vis, then the Council shall organise services and trades to ensure that within one year the Covenant has sufficient vis.
In the case of longevity potions, the basic amount of vis, required as a function of the age of the magus concerned, shall be granted from Covenant stores. In addition, at the discretion of the Council, further vis to extend the effect of the potion may be loaned by the Covenant. This shall be granted for the first potion created and then again where a potion breaks or is deemed certain to break.
In the case of a familiar, the Covenant will grant such vis as is required for the full ritual of binding.
In the case of a talisman, the Covenant will grant such vis as is required to fully invest the item with Vim vis; such that it may be attuned as a talisman. Any further loan of vis, such as to invest the talisman with magical powers, shall be at the discretion of the Council.

e. Loans of Vis
The Council may grant, trade or loan vis to members of the Covenant for the purposes of their study and other magical activities. Magi may petition for supply of vis at a meeting of Lawful Council. If two or more magi require the same vis in the same period, and both needs cannot be met, Hermetic seniority under the peripheral code determines priority and among equally senior magi, Certamen will be considered the acceptable way to determine priority. In all cases any loan must be repaid within seven years, or the magus will be subject to sanction. Loans must be repaid on a single occasion and in full, and with the techniques and forms in which it was bestowed; though the Council may accept alternatives forms of vis if such is deemed appropriate to the needs of the Covenant.

f. Vis Sites
All past and newly discovered vis sites shall be registered to the Covenant. A vis site is that location or entity which may provide a regular source of vis, as defined in Hermetic Law. The definition of a vis site shall not include that vis which arises naturally from the body of a magus. This vis will be considered the personal resource of that magus, and the Covenant waives any claim to it as a vis site. Any vis site that is discovered by a magus shall be declared to the Council and will become the property of the Covenant. It is unlawful to claim ownership to a vis site, beyond the authority of the Council, and it is unlawful to fail to declare a vis site to the Council.
Once a vis site is declared, all vis from that site is the property of the Covenant. The magus who discovers a new vis site may keep all vis, save a single pawn to be kept for purposes of registration, gained from their first visit to that site. Thereafter the site must be determined to be either contested or uncontested and registered with the Tribunal as soon as practically possible.
Vis sites belonging to the Covenant must be treated by all magi with sufficient care and caution that they may continue to produce vis in the future. A magus who by misfortune or design causes a vis site to fail will be eligible for sanctioning by the Council.

g. Healing
The Council will make grant of vis for the purposes of necessary healing. Necessary healing is defined as healing which is required in order to save life, prevent permanent disability, and to relieve incapacitation. Minor ailments or superficial injuries do not count as necessary cases, and mundane resources should be applied. In necessary cases, where the supply of vis does not meet all needs. The order of priority shall be; any magus of the Covenant in order of seniority, any magus of the Order, any familiar to a magus of the Covenant, any familiar to a magus of the Order, any amicus to a magus of the Covenant, any amicus to the magus of the Order, any apprentice to a magus of the Covenant, any apprentice to a magus of the Order, and finally specialist mundanes of the Covenant who might be difficult to replace.

5. Rights of the Members of Treverorum
Each and every member of this covenant shall be entitled to the basic rights of the covenant; to whit, full and unrestricted access to the protection and support of the covenant within the boundaries of the covenant by all the rights and benefits accorded by the Code of Hermes, the benefit of a sanctum which shall remain inviolate and the supply of materials thereof including those required to maintain a laboratory of his preference, access to the library of the covenant, and victuals appropriate to the status of a magus. These basic rights shall not be abridged except by expulsion from the Council of Members. In furtherance and additional to the basic rights, a full member of the covenant shall be entitled to the full rights of the covenant; to whit, the right to presence and a vote in the Council of Members, which he shall exercise dutifully with due prudence. Further, full and unrestricted access to the services and skills of the servants and covenfolk. Further, an equal right to all surplus provision and store necessary to conduct his studies, or the travel demanded by those studies; such rights to include (but be not limited to) vis, monies, and diverse magical and mundane resources claimed by the covenant.
Where a conflict is evident between members of the council over the allotment of surplus resource, distribution determined by hermetic seniority under the peripheral code and among magi of equal seniority distribution is drawn by ballot; excepting that priority claims that have been advanced and agreed by the Disceptator are taken into consideration prior to the ballot. These rights shall not be abridged except by decision of the council under conditions of grave concern.
In furtherance and additional to the basic rights of a member of this covenant, a probationary member of the covenant is entitled the probationary rights of the covenant; to whit, a fractional share of those rights and duties offered to a full member of the covenant, such share being equal to half that offered to full members. A probationary member’s vote counts only half of that of a full member, and they may only claim half the share of the surplus provision and store of the covenant’s resources afforded a full member. The services and skills of the servants and covenfolk may not be halved, but the needs of a full member of the covenant take precedence over the needs of a probationary member. Further, a probationary member of the covenant who remains true to his Oath of Covenant has the right to remain at the covenant for a total of seven seasons following the conferral of this status. Further, a probationary member of the covenant has the right to be considered for full membership of this covenant after serving a total of seven seasons as a probationary member. These rights shall not be abridged except by decision of the council under conditions of grave concern.
In furtherance and additional to the basic rights of a member of this covenant, a peregrinator of the covenant is entitled the peregrinatorial rights of the covenant; to whit, a fractional share of those rights and duties offered to a full member of the covenant, such share being equal to half that offered to full members. A peregrinator has no vote, and they may only claim half the share of the surplus provision and store of the covenant’s resources afforded a full member. The presence of a laboratory within the sanctum of the peregrinator is not automatic and if not access to a communal laboratory will be provided at least 1 season every year. The services and skills of the servants and covenfolk may not be halved, but the needs of a full member or probationary member of the covenant take precedence over the needs of a peregrinator. Further, a peregrinator of the covenant who remains true to his Oath of Covenant has the right to remain at the covenant for no less than three years and no more than seven years following the conferral of this status. Further, a peregrinator of the covenant has the right to be considered for probationary membership of this covenant after five years as peregrinator. These rights shall not be abridged except by decision of the council under conditions of grave concern.

a. Property
Of the goods, magical or mundane, which personally belong to a magus, the Covenant shall make no claim; other than through sanction or upon death should no legal will be made or inheritor be apparent.

i. Vis
Vis extracted during personal time shall remain the property of that magus, though permission must be obtained to extract vis from the aura, so that no risk of permanent harm to the aura may occur and to ensure vis may be collected for the Covenant as priority. Any vis, beyond the first pawn, collected from a newly discovered vis site shall become the property of the magus or magi who made such discovery.

ii. Trade
Books, vis, laboratory equipment, magical items or any other worldly goods, transacted by a magus using personal resources, shall not be tithed. Items manufactured using vis loaned from the Covenant are fully the property of that magus, and no tithe shall fall upon them should they wish to sell such item; though the original loan should be paid within seven years.

iii. Persons
An apprentice discovered by the magus shall be considered his property, save if request is made by a member of House Bonisagus or the magus is lax in his duties and the apprentice requests another master. A specific servant or bodyguard, who has access to a magus’s sanctum, is considered property of that magus. A specific animal, bought by or discovered by a magus, will be the property of that magus, so long as Covenant resources were not spent on its purchase.

b. Admission
Any Member of Council or Peregrinator may permit entry to the Covenant to any individual they are prepared to accept responsibility for, though this may be challenged by the Disceptator or Imperator at a Legal Council. This right extends to permission to allow supernatural beings, such as fae, magical creatures or ghosts (but never any entity known or suspected to be infernal), within the Aegis of the Hearth. The magus admitting an individual or entity shall carry full responsibility for that individual’s actions whilst within the Covenant and any direct consequences following their visit. If doubt exists in the mind of a magus as to whether they wish to admit an individual or entity, they should bring such before the Disceptator or Imperator who may call a Legal Council to discuss the matter. Where the Council grants right of entry to an individual or entity, that permission shall stand until such time as a further Council denies such entry; and vice versa.

During Trepidus the Imperator and the Disceptator may over-ride this freedom; preventing any individual from entry or exit from the covenant.

c. Certamen
As stipulated in the Code, the ritual of Certamen shall be recognised as the legal and proper way to resolve disputes between magi. The Certamen should ideally be witnessed by at least one other magus, and the consequence of victory or defeat should be clearly agreed before Certamen commences. It is expected that every magus will answer a call to Certamen and abide by its outcome. This Covenant will enforce the right of Certamen, through use of sanctions, referral to the Quaesitori or Tribunal, or wizard’s war as necessary.

6. Responsibilities of the Members of Treverorum
Members of this covenant are obligated to obey the Oath of Hermes and the Peripheral Code, as demanded by the Oath of Covenant; failure on this account will not be tolerated by the Council of Members, and the covenant reserves the right to censure those members who are convicted in just Tribunal of an offense against the Order of Hermes. The responsibility of the members of this covenant towards its lasting success is dependent on service to the covenant. The Council of Members will declare the duties that need to be performed at the regular meetings of the covenant. Such duties include (but are not limited to) the safeguarding and harvesting of the covenant’s claimed vis sources, the safeguarding and harvesting of the covenant’s income, the wellbeing and discipline of the covenant’s employees, the maintenance of the covenant’s resources, the increase of the covenant’s resources, and the maintenance of good relations with the covenant’s allies.
Duties that will not entail more than a week of service at low personal risk will be assigned by the council to its members, with no more than one being assigned to each member in each season. Such assigned duties attract no recompense or advantage to the member who discharges them, but cannot be refused without reasonable extenuation.
Duties which will entail a higher investment of time or personal risk will be offered up for service by the covenant. These services will attract a remuneration which shall be commensurate with the time, risk, and potential benefit to the covenant. This remuneration is decided by the Disceptator, but maintains a minimum payment which shall be, for a single season of work at low risk with a low gain, two pawns of vis, of the flavor most prevalent in the stores at the time. The Disceptator may increase the remuneration to increase the attractiveness of a particular urgent task, for the Council of Members is not empowered to force a member to accept one of these duties unless failure to perform it would be in breach of this covenant, in which case the threat of censure may be employed. All payments will be made in the Spring meeting of the Council. If there is more than one claimant for the service, and each claimant refuses to share the duty, then the Disceptator will assign the duty by ballot. If there is insufficient vis to meet the demands of the council, the Disceptator may withhold payment for one or more years. Covenant work may be declared such retroactively. Each probationary member of the covenant is obligated to perform no fewer than one of the tasks under remuneration currently outlined by the Council of Members during his period of probation. For this mandatory service, no payment need be offered by the Council of Members. Peregrinators may perform one of the tasks under remuneration currently outlined by the Council of Members instead of paying his annual vis stipend.

7. Censure of the Members of this Covenant
If a member should contravene the decisions of the council, by vote or by charter, then the member may be censured or expelled by a vote of the Council of Members. Censure requires the passing of a motion at a meeting of the Council of Members.
The censure of a full member revokes the rights of that status, returning him to probationary status; whereupon he assumes all the duties and rights of that status. Censure must not prejudice the application of a probationary member to the position of full member of the covenant.
The censure of a probationary member shall abridge the rights of the member to remain a probationary member of the covenant, and shall confer upon him instead the status of Peregrinator. The status of Peregrinator and reinstatement as probationary member may take place at any lawful council meeting after three years by a vote of the Council of Members, otherwise probationary membership is gained automatically after seven years.
Expulsion is enacted by a unanimous vote of the remaining Council of Members. Expulsion is the only means through which a member of the covenant shall lose his basic rights; and requires that the former member ceases to draw upon those basic rights subsequent to the first full moon after expulsion was enacted.
Should a magus be cast out from the Order, it is the duty and obligation of this covenant that he shall also and without delay be expelled from this covenant.

8. List of Covenant Members
Full Members of the Council of Treverorum
In order of Hermetic Seniority:

Oberon Valdarus ex Bonisagus filius Mauron the White
Morrkul Tiranul ex Tremere filius Zhenya
Praenuntius ex Flambeau filius Fulchrum
Lucian Procellus ex Tytalus filius Julia Procella
Damianus Philocrates ex Verditius filius Adolphus Germanicus

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