Our pledge is taken whenever anyone joins the tribe. It establishes our guiding principals and the mutual respect we show for each other.
Spoken By En’: 1) As a Wa Ngao I am true to myself.
RESPONSE by saying: I will play my role in the tribe to the best of my ability. I carry my weight in the tribe. Be it slave, Huntress, or En, I am the best I can be.
Spoken By En’: 2) As a Wa Ngao I am true to my tribe.
RESPONSE by saying: I will never disrespect my tribe. The honor of the Wa Ngao is great and I will never tarnish it willingly or intentionally.
Spoken By En’: 3) As a Wa Ngao I will honor my Sisters.
RESPONSE by saying: Be them slave, Huntress, or En, I respect them all the same. Roles are stations in life or jobs but the Sisterhood transcends that. I would never do anything intentionally to make my sisters uncomfortable, embarrassed, or dishonored.
Spoken By En’: 4) As a Wa Ngao I will honor my home.
RESPONSE by saying: The lands of my home are the homes of my sisters. Our homes are sacred and are respected. Our home provides shelter and sustenance. I will fiercely protect my home.
Spoken By En’: 5) As a Wa Ngao I will protect my heritage.
RESPONSE by saying: Our past builds our future. Our future becomes our past in time. Our heritage reflects our honor on a third dimension.
Spoken By En’: 6) As a Wa Ngao I will honor Gor.
RESPONSE by saying: I understand that what gor means to others is as important to them as it is to me. While I may not share every idea others may have, I respect their rights to theirs. I do not weigh my values above the values of others and will decline to judge.
Spoken By En’: 7) As a Wa Ngao I will build on the future.
RESPONSE by saying: I understand that education is the basis of growth in general and not just personal. I will do my best to project a better understanding of myself, my tribe, my sisterhood, my home, my heritage, and Gor.
A Note on Commitment and Honor
All member are expected to behave in a manor that does no present Wa Ngao in an unfavorable light. Just because one has become a member of Wa Ngao it does not mean that this situation can not change and breaking the oath of the tribe can have serious consequences.