Loyalty: Belief Vs Charisma II: Belief-Based Leadership

Loyalty: Belief Vs Charisma II: Belief-Based Leadership
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Title Says it all... just like the last one

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  • Belief-Based Loyalty
  • I didn't order that.
  • Anything For the Cause!
  • Some of the villagers didn't join us so we burned down their houses.
  • I Didn't Order That!
  • Anything For the Cause!
  • We stole this gold from the neighboring kingdom to fund the rebellion.
  • I DIDN'T... You know what, I don't even care anymore.
  • Anything For the Cause!
  • We imprisoned all the servants in the dungeon for not risking their lives to try and overthrow the king
  • Ok, Miss Carter...
  • You can't really expect me to believe there's a point to all this?
  • As a matter of fact, I can:
  • While the danger of simply following a leader without knowing their motives is an obviously bad idea, serving a cause without question is a more troubling situation. Without a proper leader to keep them in check, members of a cause can become fanatical and obsessed, turning it into something extremist and merciless, despite their intentions.
  • I'm just the substitute, I have no clue why Mrs. Reid left this for me to go over.
  • You don't actually know the point of all this, do you?
  • Fin
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