Value - Duty

Obligation, service, responsibility, and commitment—but to whom? For what reasons? To what extent? If Duty is important to your Lead—or if it really isn’t—you need to define why.

Example Statements

Die Statement
D4 People need saving.
D4 We are all put on this Earth for a reason.
D4 I’m beholden to no one.
D4 You owe me.
D4 I won’t be tied down.
D4 I don’t owe favors.
D6 Make the General proud.
D6 I am the sum of my obligations.
D6 You need me, I’m there.
D6 The future is our responsibility.
D6 I must follow my mother’s example.
D6 You have to put the hours in.
D6 I try to keep my promises.
D6 I stand by the team.
D6 I’ll meet all of my obligations, paid or otherwise.
D6 I am obligated only to myself and to my throne.
D6 I’ll get around to you eventually.
D8 I must fulfill my parents’ hope for me
D8 My people are my responsibility.
D8 I can’t be held responsible for my actions.
D8 I’ll uphold my principles to the end.
D8 I might be reckless but I’m loyal.
D8 I have a legacy to uphold.
D8 I will do what must be done.
D8 Gotta stick to the Legion Code.
D8 I abide by the Legion Code.
D8 Do right by others and things will turn out right.
D8 The Blur is our inspiration!
D8 I have a job to do.
D8 I’ll show you what I’m capable of!
D8 I’ll do what’s best for Max.
D10 My allies depend on me.
D10 I have a legacy to live up to.
D10 I uphold that which I am entrusted to do.
D10 I am Fate’s instrument.
D10 I’m dedicated to improving myself.
D10 I must uphold the Legion Code.
D10 First priority is self-preservation.
D10 The contract decides everything.

Value - Duty

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