Code of the Brotherhood
In most cultures, middle class people and above think offenders in prison are animals -- literally, and correctional officers often treat the offenders that way, and the offenders know that. So what offenders do is reverse that matter; offenders in prison take pride in the fact that they can actually survive in such a violent place. That makes offenders hard, and they stand on their own, and they don't care what the public thinks.
A knight in the Order is expected to have not only the strength and skills to face combat in the hostile venue of prison, but a knight is also expected to temper this aggressive side with a chivalrous side to his nature. The ideals described in the Code of Chivalry are emphasised by the oath, or vows, that are sworn to during the Knighthood ceremonies inside prison. These sacred oaths of combat are combined with the ideals of chivalry and with strict rules of etiquette and codes of conduct towards other offenders.
Saxon Knights' Code Of Chivalry
- To live faithfully to one's chosen belief system
- To live by honor and for glory
- To guard the honor of fellow knights
- To fight for the welfare of all
- To protect the weak and defenseless
- To give assistance and support in times of hardship and distress
- To accord respect for others
- To refrain from the wanton giving of offense
- To eschew unfairness, meanness and deceit
- To persevere to the end in any enterprise begun
- To obey those placed in authority
- Never to refuse a challenge from an equal