House Rousseau, the coordinating organization of which will remain neutral throughout all proceedings, has created the Code of Honor that upholds the concept of “professional courtesy” – that even the disreputable and unethical – can be upheld amongst them by adhering to agreed upon moral codes of conduct.
All who request membership to The Communion must sign contract and heed the following:
No harm must come to any member of The Communion on neutral ground or within a mile of its gates.
A Council of Leadership will be elected from leaders of groups in The Communion’s membership. Those in the council do not stand outside of this Code.
An inquiry or judgement will be demanded by The Communion’s Council if members of rivaling groups cannot resolve conflict between themselves without harming the secrecy or business of The Communion as a whole in the process.
If a rivaling group requests a meet this should take place on neutral ground. Participation of sending representatives at least once is mandatory.
If able, allied groups should give aid when requested, but only against those not a member of The Communion.
Provide basic needs to all rival members who are kept as prisoners – which include food, water, and waste removal. Medical services need not be included.
Remain discrete about the whereabouts or dealings of all members of The Communion.
Never, within any circumstances, give out information regarding The Communion or its members to outside authorities.
Carry out punishment of any offending member, even if the individual is a member of your given group, as decided by the judgement of the Council.
Make good on all promises and contracts made between members.
Do not, under any circumstance, participate in necromancy or slavery.
Pay annual dues to House Rousseau, the neutral coordinating organization, in a timely manner without dispute to ensure fairness and continuation of the benefits to which all members receive.