1. I swear by the Gods of light and creation, the very sanctity of life, to keep according to my ability and judgment this Oath:

  1. To consider dear to me those whom train me in this Art, to look upon them as brothers, and to help them as they help me.

  1. I will prescribe regimens for the good of my patients as my ability and judgment allow, and will harm none, preserving the purity of my Art.

  1. I will not perform an act for which I am not trained, leaving the care of these patients to practitioners with skills I do not yet possess.

  1. When performing services as part of the Medica, I will work only for the good of my patients, keeping myself far from all intentional ill-doing, regardless of race or beliefs, leaving all prejudices to the outer world.

  1. When out in the field and wearing the emblem of my art, I will do all in my power to treat all without prejudice, but only when my own health and safety are not at risk.

  1. All that may come seeking my knowledge in the exercise of my profession, taking this serious Oath of service, will be accepted so long as they remain dedicated to the work herein.

  1. I vow to respect that the mortal body is corporeal, and thus shall exhaust all avenues of earthly known medicine before seeking spiritual or supernatural aid.

  1. If I keep this Oath faithfully, may I enjoy my life and practice my Art, respected by all that come within these walls, but if I deviate from the path, may the reverse be my lot.