The Chained Edit
Once known as the Bonded, the slaves of the Cartel changed much since what has come to be called the Reformation. Within the Cartel the Chained serve as the downtrodden workers and the bound performers. Unpaid and rarely respected in full, they are the silent muscle that allows the Cartel to survive in the hardest of times. Even though they are seen as lesser, some of the truest heroes of the Ashenfold were once accounted among the Chained.
Strengths The Chained are perhaps in the worst position when it comes to power within the Cartel, however they do have one indisputable strength and that being no one cares if they are there. Slaves, although they are not likely to know everything, are often privy to whatever their owner's know through sheer presence. They are also quite afforded quite a bit of freedom which allows them to cross lines often ignored by other Sects.
Weakness Chained are at the beck and call of their owners and this places them in a very precarious position. Even if they are skilled individuals or honorable warriors, the Chained are required to respect and follow the orders of those that own their debt without question. In this regard they are perhaps one of the weakest of the Sects.
Owning a SlaveEdit
Playing the owner of a Chained character is a large responsibility, and before simply purchasing one or discussing owning one consider the following:
Slave and Owner EtiquetteEdit
The general etiquette for a slave is as follows: slaves are not allowed to show disrespect to Cartelites of Tier 2 or higher (doing so will result in punishment. Note: feel free to be rebellious though!). All actions of the slave are the responsibility of the owner. Chained are allowed to mock Recruits and non-Cartelites as even they rank higher than outsiders (though probably not best to do this if you are attending a negotiation). Chained are allowed and even encouraged to have jobs, though their pay goes towards their bond or to their owner.
Basic Slave EtiquetteEdit