The Edict of Barbs
The Edict of Barbs, 1999
The Justicars uphold the Traditions above all things.
The Second Tradition clearly states- 'Thy Domain is Thine
own Concern- NONE may question thee in Thine Own Domain'.
The Justicars are Judges of all; they recognize no 'Sect'-
they are of the Camarilla as that is, in their opinion, the
only Sect that does exist. If a Kindred places themselves
in another 'Sect' it matters not to them - they shall
enforce the sacred Traditions fully.
It is clear that several 'Anarchs' hold territory and
Domain over many lands - the Justicars recognise that while
these Kindred do not use the language of the Camarilla and
do not refer to themselves as Princes or claim to hold
Praxis, this is what they do. So be it. The Justicars shall
enforce the Second tradition in regard to their lands.
With this in mind the following judgement is made:
Henceforth, no Camarilla Kindred may subvert by word or
deed, action or propoganda any territory that belongs to
those calling themselves 'Anarchs'.
Any who do may be punished by the holders of that Domain
within the criteria of the Second Tradition.
This being said, no 'Anarch' may subvert by word or deed,
action or propoganda any territory that is held in good
standing and is claimed by any Kindred loyal to the
Camarilla. Any who do may be punished by those holding
Praxis of said Domain within the criteria of the Second
As quoted, chapter and verse by James Wu Archon to Her
Grace, Johanna Mathias. On December 17, 1999