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'''Obedience''' is one of applications of Natural [[Thinkamancy]]. All [[unit]]s are subject to Natural Thinkamancies: Obedience, [[Loyalty]], [[Duty]], and others.{{erf|1|084a}}
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'''Obedience''' is one of applications of Natural [[Thinkamancy]]. All [[unit]]s are subject to Natural Thinkamancies: '''Obedience''', [[Loyalty]], [[Duty]], and others.{{erf|1|084a}}
  
 
Obedience means that units are compelled to obey orders. However, depending on the unit's relative Loyalty or intelligence, they may voice their disagreement or outright disobey the orders if they believe the order goes against higher orders or their Ruler's interests {{erf|1|005}}. Disobedience may cause the unit to [[disband]], but a clever and resourceful unit like [[Wanda]] can carry out a ''lot'' of stuff under the table.
 
Obedience means that units are compelled to obey orders. However, depending on the unit's relative Loyalty or intelligence, they may voice their disagreement or outright disobey the orders if they believe the order goes against higher orders or their Ruler's interests {{erf|1|005}}. Disobedience may cause the unit to [[disband]], but a clever and resourceful unit like [[Wanda]] can carry out a ''lot'' of stuff under the table.

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Proposed Canon

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Obedience is one of applications of Natural Thinkamancy. All units are subject to Natural Thinkamancies: Obedience, Loyalty, Duty, and others.Erf-b1-p084aSame-site.PNG

Obedience means that units are compelled to obey orders. However, depending on the unit's relative Loyalty or intelligence, they may voice their disagreement or outright disobey the orders if they believe the order goes against higher orders or their Ruler's interests Erf-b1-p005Same-site.PNG. Disobedience may cause the unit to disband, but a clever and resourceful unit like Wanda can carry out a lot of stuff under the table.

Orders enforced by Obedience are not limited to ones involving strategy and combat. In fact, nearly any command comes under its purview: A superior can order a unit to laugh, cry, slap themselvesErf-b1.5-p035Same-site.PNG, strip naked, or anything else they can imagine. The idea that abusing an underling's obedience might be wrong is an alien concept to the people of Erfworld. Erf-b1.5-p044Same-site.PNG