The Road of the Slain, also known as Via Einherjar, is a Road practiced among the Norse vampires and serves as a reminder of the ancient ethics that the All-Father gave them. The Road teaches responsibility, courage in the face of adversity and individual initiative. Many drive off the Beast by acts of iron-willed discipline and courage, such as watching the sun rising.
Most of the followers of the Road are disrespectful, self-serving and physical abusive to those they don't respect and often, even the people they do respect are only treated slightly better.
Hierarchy of SinsEdit
10 - Stealing or cheating
9 - Not challenging a weak leader
8 - Begging or otherwise asking for help
7 - Failing to kill for reasons of conscience
6 - Failing to boast and spreading your tale
5 - Hoarding or otherwise miserly actions
4 - Performing an unmanly act
3 - Showing fear or hesitation in the face of peril
2 - Running away from danger/Breaking a sworn oath
1 - Backing down from a challenge
Wolves of the Sea, p. 72