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 == Failing an Oath == == Failing an Oath ==
  
-Failure to complete an oath brings shame, but this is mitigated if the champion made an honest attempt to fulfil it. Dying in a failed attempt is always considered an honourable act and will count favourably when the mortal is judged in the Underworld.+Failure to complete an oath brings shame, but this is mitigated if the champion made an honest attempt to fulfil it. Dying in a failed attempt is always considered an honourable act and will count favourably when the mortal is judged in the <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​underworld">​Underworld</​apdx>​.
  
 Regardless of how honest the character'​s efforts to fulfil the oath were, whatever was staked on the oath is forfeit. How this occurs is up to the Game Leader and the loss may not be immediate. A champion who swore on their life that barbarians will not breach the city gate might not die when the city is invaded. In Greek culture someone who has sworn on their life but didn't die is expected to take their own life. Alternatively,​ fate will find a fitting end for the champion in the near future.  ​ Regardless of how honest the character'​s efforts to fulfil the oath were, whatever was staked on the oath is forfeit. How this occurs is up to the Game Leader and the loss may not be immediate. A champion who swore on their life that barbarians will not breach the city gate might not die when the city is invaded. In Greek culture someone who has sworn on their life but didn't die is expected to take their own life. Alternatively,​ fate will find a fitting end for the champion in the near future.  ​
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