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26th Nov '16 8:30:55 AM Discar
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* The Ideals of the [[TheOrder Knights Radiant]] in ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive''. The First Ideal was common to all orders, but the others varied; unlike most other examples, we know very few of these rules.
** The First Ideal: Life before death. Strength before weakness. Journey before destination.
** One of the Second Ideals: I will protect those who cannot protect themselves.

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* ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'': The Ideals of the [[TheOrder Knights Radiant]] in ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive''. Radiant]]. The First Ideal was common to all orders, but the others varied; unlike most other examples, we know very few of these rules.
** The First Ideal: Life before death. Strength before weakness. Journey before destination.
** One of the Second Ideals: I will protect those who cannot protect themselves.
varied.
23rd Aug '16 3:27:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* Wiki/{{Conservapedia}} has seven "Conservapedia Commandments" which [[BlatantLies they claim]] are the only rules on Conservapedia.
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28th Jul '16 10:45:47 AM Discar
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->''"The Lord, the Lord Jehovah has given unto you these Fifteen--''<<drops one of the stone tablets>>--''Oy. ... Ten! Ten Commandments for all to obey!"''

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->''"The Lord, the Lord Jehovah has given unto you these Fifteen--''<<drops Fifteen-- ''[drops one of the stone tablets>>--''Oy.tablets]'' --Oy. ... Ten! Ten Commandments for all to obey!"''
19th Jul '16 1:14:38 AM Ghostninja109
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** Thou shalt not enthrall another. (No MindControl)

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** Thou shalt not enthrall another. (No MindControl)MindControl, also the only one that applies to interactions with nonhumans)
1st Jul '16 5:31:30 AM StFan
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* ''Film/IRobot'' centrally features [[ThreeLawsCompliant Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics]]

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* ''Film/IRobot'' centrally features [[ThreeLawsCompliant Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics]]Robotics]]. This of course does not prevent a ZerothLawRebellion.



** This of course does not prevent a ZerothLawRebellion.
* Franchise/{{Robocop}} had four Prime directives:

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** This of course does not prevent a ZerothLawRebellion.
* Franchise/{{Robocop}} had Franchise/RoboCop has four Prime directives:



* ''Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome''. [[MemeticMutation Two men enter, one man leaves.]] It may be the only rule, but it is rigidly enforced.

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* ''Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome''. ''Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome'':
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[[MemeticMutation Two men enter, one man leaves.]] It may be the only rule, but it is rigidly enforced.






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* Leroy Jethro Gibbs on ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' has at least fifty-one rules for himself and his team as of the last episode of season 7.
** Gibbs' rules (as of Season 8 Episode 24). Yes there are a few doubles. WordOfGod explains the doubles of Rules 1, 2, and 3 are Golden Rules imparted on Gibbs by Franks. It was never said which belongs in Franks' set.

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* Leroy Jethro Gibbs on ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' has at least fifty-one rules for himself and his team as of the last episode of season 7.
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7. Gibbs' rules (as of Season 8 Episode 24). Yes there are a few doubles. WordOfGod explains the doubles of Rules 1, 2, and 3 are Golden Rules imparted on Gibbs by Franks. It was never said which belongs in Franks' set.



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* "Ten Crack Commandments" by TheNotoriousBIG.

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* "Ten Crack Commandments" by TheNotoriousBIG.Music/TheNotoriousBIG.



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-->Thou shalt not reveal thy true nature to those not of the Blood. Doing so shall renounce thy claims of Blood.

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-->Thou --->Thou shalt not reveal thy true nature to those not of the Blood. Doing so shall renounce thy claims of Blood.



-->Thy Domain is thy concern. All others owe thee respect while in it. None may challenge thy word in thy Domain.

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-->Thy --->Thy Domain is thy concern. All others owe thee respect while in it. None may challenge thy word in thy Domain.



-->Thou shalt sire another only with permission of thine Elder. If thou createst another without thine Elder's leave, both thou and thy progeny shalt be slain.

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-->Thou --->Thou shalt sire another only with permission of thine Elder. If thou createst another without thine Elder's leave, both thou and thy progeny shalt be slain.



-->Those thou create are thine own children. Until thy progeny shall be released, thou shalt command them in all things. Their sins are thine to endure.

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-->Those --->Those thou create are thine own children. Until thy progeny shall be released, thou shalt command them in all things. Their sins are thine to endure.



-->Honor one another's Domain. When thou comest to a foreign city, thou shalt present thyself to the one who ruleth there. Without the word of acceptance, thou art Nothing.

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-->Honor --->Honor one another's Domain. When thou comest to a foreign city, thou shalt present thyself to the one who ruleth there. Without the word of acceptance, thou art Nothing.



-->Thou art forbidden to destroy another of thy kind. The right of Destruction belongeth only to thine Elder. Only the Eldest among thee shall call the Blood Hunt.
* In the successor game ''VampireTheRequiem'', these Traditions are simplified down to three: Masquerade (pretty much the same as above), Progeny (same as above), and Amaranth ("Do not commit [[YourSoulIsMine diablerie]]").
* ''ArsMagica''. The Order of Hermes had a Code of Conduct which (among other things) forbade dealing with demons, endangering the Order, interfering with secular governments and spying on or killing other mages.
* Paladins in ForgottenRealms follow [[OddJobGods many deities]], each with a different portfolio, their orders and churches may emphasize different parts of the same god's agenda... you got the picture: an universal and strict code ''cannot'' exist. But the common guidelines (priorities and interpretations differ) are Paladin's Virtues from "[[FictionalDocument Quentin's Monograph]]":

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-->Thou --->Thou art forbidden to destroy another of thy kind. The right of Destruction belongeth only to thine Elder. Only the Eldest among thee shall call the Blood Hunt.
* In the successor game ''VampireTheRequiem'', ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'', these Traditions are simplified down to three: Masquerade (pretty much the same as above), Progeny (same as above), and Amaranth ("Do not commit [[YourSoulIsMine diablerie]]").
* ''ArsMagica''.''TabletopGame/ArsMagica''. The Order of Hermes had a Code of Conduct which (among other things) forbade dealing with demons, endangering the Order, interfering with secular governments and spying on or killing other mages.
* Paladins in ForgottenRealms the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' follow [[OddJobGods many deities]], each with a different portfolio, their orders and churches may emphasize different parts of the same god's agenda... you got the picture: an universal and strict code ''cannot'' exist. But the common guidelines (priorities and interpretations differ) are Paladin's Virtues from "[[FictionalDocument Quentin's Monograph]]":



* Also from the Old World of Darkness, ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' presents the Litany of the Garou Nation[[note]]Aside from the 9th and 13th ones, the degree to which the letter and the spirit of these laws are kept tends to vary between tribes[[/note]].
--> Garou shall not mate with Garou.\\

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* Also from the Old World of Darkness, ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'':
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''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' presents the Litany of the Garou Nation[[note]]Aside from the 9th and 13th ones, the degree to which the letter and the spirit of these laws are kept tends to vary between tribes[[/note]].
--> ---> Garou shall not mate with Garou.\\



** ''WerewolfTheForsaken'' likewise has the Oath of the Moon, with precepts such as. "The Wolf Must Hunt," "[[{{Masquerade}} The Herd Must Not Know]]", "The Low Honor the High; the High Honor the Low," "[[ApeShallNeverKillApe The People Do Not Murder the People]]," "Respect Your Prey," "The [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Uratha]] Shall Cleave to the Human," and "Do Not Eat the Flesh of Man or Wolf." Each tribe has a little sub-clause to this Oath, such as "Offer No Surrender You Would Not Accept" (the Blood Talons), "Pay Each Spirit in Kind" (the Bone Shadows), "Let No Sacred Place in Your Territory Be Violated" (the Hunters in Darkness), "Honor Your Territory in All Things" (the Iron Masters), and "Allow No One to Witness or Tend To Your Weakness" (the Storm Lords).

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** ''WerewolfTheForsaken'' ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken'' likewise has the Oath of the Moon, with precepts such as. "The Wolf Must Hunt," "[[{{Masquerade}} The Herd Must Not Know]]", "The Low Honor the High; the High Honor the Low," "[[ApeShallNeverKillApe The People Do Not Murder the People]]," "Respect Your Prey," "The [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Uratha]] Shall Cleave to the Human," and "Do Not Eat the Flesh of Man or Wolf." Each tribe has a little sub-clause to this Oath, such as "Offer No Surrender You Would Not Accept" (the Blood Talons), "Pay Each Spirit in Kind" (the Bone Shadows), "Let No Sacred Place in Your Territory Be Violated" (the Hunters in Darkness), "Honor Your Territory in All Things" (the Iron Masters), and "Allow No One to Witness or Tend To Your Weakness" (the Storm Lords).
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* Franchise/TheElderScrolls franchise has [[http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Lore:Ten_Commands:_Nine_Divines Ten Commands given by the Nine Divines]].

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* Franchise/TheElderScrolls ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' franchise has [[http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Lore:Ten_Commands:_Nine_Divines Ten Commands given by the Nine Divines]].
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-->'''Malachi:''' Behold! The One Commandment!
-->''I. GOD NEEDS BOOZE''
-->'''Bender:''' [[TheAlcoholic Make it a double!]]

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-->'''Malachi:''' Behold! The One Commandment!
-->''I.
Commandment!\\
'''I.
GOD NEEDS BOOZE''
-->'''Bender:'''
BOOZE'''\\
'''Bender:'''
[[TheAlcoholic Make it a double!]]
double!]]



7th Jun '16 2:31:12 AM Morgenthaler
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** We ought to note that the robots, after becoming totally sentient and [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots ridiculously human]], eventually develop a ''[[ZerothLawRebellion Zeroth]]'' law: A robot may not injure ''humanity'', or, through inaction, allow ''humanity'' to come to harm. This comes to light in the prequels and later sequels to ''{{Foundation}}'', in which it is a key part of Asimov's ArcWelding.

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** We ought to note that the robots, after becoming totally sentient and [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots ridiculously human]], eventually develop a ''[[ZerothLawRebellion Zeroth]]'' law: A robot may not injure ''humanity'', or, through inaction, allow ''humanity'' to come to harm. This comes to light in the prequels and later sequels to ''{{Foundation}}'', ''Literature/{{Foundation}}'', in which it is a key part of Asimov's ArcWelding.



* ''AnimalFarm'' has the principles of Animalism, which are written on the side of the barn for all to see. The first principle was "All animals are equal". As their system [[HeWhoFightsMonsters slipped into totalitarianism and tyranny]], the principles got altered and removed until only a subversion of the first rule remained: "All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others." The other six laws, in order of appearance:

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* ''AnimalFarm'' ''Literature/AnimalFarm'' has the principles of Animalism, which are written on the side of the barn for all to see. The first principle was "All animals are equal". As their system [[HeWhoFightsMonsters slipped into totalitarianism and tyranny]], the principles got altered and removed until only a subversion of the first rule remained: "All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others." The other six laws, in order of appearance:
2nd May '16 11:02:52 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' uses a variation of [[FairPlayWhodunnit Knox's Decalogue]]:

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* ''UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' uses a variation of [[FairPlayWhodunnit Knox's Decalogue]]:
24th Feb '16 5:19:16 AM erforce
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--> '''Moses, ''HistoryOfTheWorldPartOne'''''

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--> '''Moses, ''HistoryOfTheWorldPartOne'''''
-->-- '''Moses''', ''Film/HistoryOfTheWorldPartI''



* ''IRobot'' centrally features [[ThreeLawsCompliant Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics]]

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* ''IRobot'' ''Film/IRobot'' centrally features [[ThreeLawsCompliant Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics]]



* Frank Martin's personal code from ''TheTransporter'' series:

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* Frank Martin's personal code from ''TheTransporter'' ''Film/TheTransporter'' series:
29th Jan '16 8:22:13 PM DRCEQ
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26th Jan '16 1:00:31 PM margdean56
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* ''Literature/ChristianNation'' has the Fifty Blessings, which President Steve Jordan had put into law that supercedes the American Constitution -- many of which are vague and unenforceable.

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* ''Literature/ChristianNation'' has the Fifty Blessings, which President Steve Jordan had put into law that supercedes supersedes the American Constitution -- many of which are vague and unenforceable.
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