This is the Valerian code of conduct, the foundations of our great Empire, and the words of our forefathers, which guide us to this very day. This is the code of moral principles which the warrior is required to observe. In order to become a warrior, the code of the seven virtues must be mastered.

First: Be honest throughout all your dealings. Believe in justice, not from other people, but from yourself. To the true warrior, all points of view are deeply considered regarding honesty, justice and integrity. A Warrior must make full commitment to all his decisions.

Second: True warriors have no reason to be cruel. They have no need to prove their strength, and must be courteous, even to their enemies. Warriors are not only respected by their strength in battle, but also by their dealings with others. The warrior's true strength becomes apparent during difficult times.

Third: Hiding behind a shell is not living. A true warrior must have courage to live his life in absolute risk, completely, fully, and wonderfully. Heroic courage is not blind, it is intelligent and strong.

Fourth: Warriors only have one judge of honor and character, themselves. The decisions they make, and how these decisions are carried out is a reflection of who they truly are. A warrior cannot hide from himself.

Fifth: Through intense training and hard work a warrior can become quick and strong. They are not like most people, as they have developed a power that must be used for good. They must have compassion, and help their fellow men at every opportunity. If said opportunity does not arise, one must go out of his way to find one.

Sixth: When a warrior says he will perform a task, it is as good as done. Nothing will stop them from completing what they say they will do. They do not have to "give their word" or "promise". Speaking and doing are the same action.

Seventh: Warriors are responsible for everything they have done and everything that they have said, and all the consequences that follow. They are immensely loyal to all those in their care. To everyone that they are responsible for, they remain fiercely true.