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After you swear an oath to keep someone, some place or something safe, and that oath remains unfulfilled and unbroken, you may take this move when you level up.
Your oath to keep someone, some place or something (‘that which you love’) safe lasts while that person, place or thing survives or until you void your oath. When your oath ends (for whatever reason), you can swear another to protect the same or a different person, place or thing.
When you’re dying, you do not take your last breath immediately. Succumbing to your wounds is a danger you must defy if you are to do anything else.
Once you’ve taken zealous, the following moves count as class moves for you. In addition to your normal list of moves, you may choose from this list when you level up.
Add to discern realities: ‘How could this threaten that which I love?’
While in sight of that which you love, you and that which you love both gain +1 armour.
Blood for Blood
When you inflict an amount of damage on yourself, that which you love heals the same amount.
Requires Loyal Defender
That which you love cannot be harmed or damaged until you are dead, unconscious or helpless.