Article One, Section One
A dragon without its rider is a tragedy. A rider without their dragon is dead.
Article Two, Section Three
Impersonating a commissioned officer is a punishable offence.
Article Three, Section Two
It’s an executable offence to attack any cadet while sleeping.
Article Three, Section Six, Addendum B
A rider may only bring to the quadrant the items they can carry, and they shall not be separated from those items, no matter what they may be. For once, carried across the parapet, they are considered part of their person.
Article Three, Section Unknown
It is unlawful for a rider to cause another harm while in a quadrant formation or in the supervision of a superior-ranking cadet, as it will diminish the efficacy of the wing.
People within the same squad cannot kill each other.
Article Four, Section One
That all cadet belongings are subject to search at the discretion of command
Article Four, Section Two
Discipline of a cadet falls to their chain of command before being brought to cadre.
Article Four, Section Three
Without cause and calling a quorum of wingleaders, other Riders Quadrant leaders cannot be harmed.
Article Five, Section Seven
Though not forbidden, cadets are strongly encouraged not to develop strong romantic attachments while studying in the quadrant for the efficiency of the unit.
Though the chain of command may be consulted, the final say in any academic punishment or repercussion lies with the commandant’s office.