He is Owner, and I am Owned - He commands and I obey
He is Master, and I am slave - He is to be pleased and I am to please
Why is this? Because He is Master and I am slave
A slaves collar carries the honor of his/her owner and/or home. The slaves attitude can make the collar light as a feather, or heavy as a mountain.
A slave is to be absolutely obedient and exquisitely beautiful. Serve every Jarl, Master or Mistress as if your well being depends on being pleasing.....it does.
While a Freeperson may not always be right, they are, by definition, never WRONG. Slaves always have the last word in any disagreement....the words "Yes Master", "Yes Mistress"
Jealous and possessiveness have killed more slaves than disobedience.
A slaves possess nothing not given or allowed to them by their owner, including the name. What is given can be taken away.
If none require your service in the bakery, there is always cooking, cleaning to do, or practice serving with your sisters or brothers, use a private kennel to do so and mark away, or read up on Gor.
The slaves of the bakery shall enter from inside the bakery and not beg to enter
A slaves of the Bakery need not ask to greet when in their own home as they will go directly into service and tend to the Free needs.
Any slave , that comes to visit without thier Owner, will enter and move to mats or go and see what chores need to be done. Only when greeted or recognize by a Free, then will they drop to thier knees and await permission to speak or rise. If not recognize then they will go and see what task may need to be done. THIS IS THE SAME RULE FOR HOME SLAVES AS WELL.
All Guests should be offered serve as soon as greetings are over, unless no slaves are available. In that case, serve should be offered as soon as one is free.
All Free Men are to be referred to as Master, unless profile states they are from the North then you will address Him by Jarl.
All Free Women are to be referred to as Mistress, Huntress (Panthers) or Kashna (Savage). If unsure, call Her Mistress.
Slaves do not beg to approach to offer serve. They go to the person and kneel, then offer serve