The preamble establishes where the Guild of Anshen stands.
Finally, the reader is warned against transgressions.
|Shen vestyn anin. Rheis buzin anin. Tain duyen Anshen nafalan anin.||The Light is our source. Trust is our foundation. The great god Anshen is our protector.|
|Semte rychinan alea duchat, tainena hune lea sovinat.||A gifted person honours all living beings, because they are an image of the gods.|
|Semte rastinan dilat alea cul le dilayt puret.||A gifted person treats all thinking beings as he would like them to treat him.|
|Semte semsinan ryshat da shylat fere lea shylea velinat so da farnat fere lea orna purat.||A gifted person uses his gifts to help those who need help and to teach those who want to learn.|
|Salea hernea falen menet navelien, nalunie dilat.||Whoever endangers another without need, does an unjust deed.|
|Salea ania rodet lea le rina naverat, nalunie dilat.||Whoever attacks someone who can't defend himself, does an unjust deed.|
|Salea hania rodet, Nafurei fel, nalunie dilat.||Whoever attacks an apprentice, even one of the Nameless, does an unjust deed.|
|Salea tarie arne razia rodet, nalunie dilat.||Whoever attacks a journeyman, being a master himself, does an unjust deed.|
|Salea ania rodet lea ni razein sa tarsein namuy na lhynenat, nalunie dilat.||Whoever attacks someone not yet recovered from a journeyman's or a master's trial, does an unjust deed.|
|Salea imustyen falean nacodinet, nalunie dilat.||Whoever treats his adversary in a duel unfairly, does an unjust deed.|
|Salea anea, semtea sa orea ryshet da le tiset fere, nalunie dilat.||Whoever uses psychic power, skill or force to serve his own ends, does an unjust deed.|
|Salea anea, semtea sa orea ryshet hernen vur, nalunie dilat; dilynet liz mustyen codien.||Whoever uses psychic power, skill or force against another, does an unjust deed; except when it is in a fair fight.|
|Salea hernei anea ryshet naperie, donalunie dilat; ayali soli nusen mena malat.||Whoever uses another's power without his permission does a very unjust deed; he must give it back in double measure.|
|Salea shean tisenat nashean so tiseset purie, lodyinan dynat aniez so le lea nysat nafarei datay nusenet.||Whoever has served the Light and willingly goes to serve the Dark, loses his rights and is banned from among us until he returns from the error of his ways.|