As tradition dictated, Quentin Travers spoke the words to each vow, and the initiate simply repeated them. Wesley followed form, but he didn't need the prompts. He had memorized the vows years ago. It wasn't just a career, it was a sacred duty, handed down through the generations for centuries. Serve with fidelity and humility and protect the innocent, no less than the champions of bygone days. Kneel, Wesley Wyndham-Pryce. "You are now officially a member of our order," said Travers. "Sworn to all responsibilities, and entitled to all rights and privileges." And arise, Sir Wesley of the Watcher's Council.