The Kerberos Club
ThrThe Charter, the Rolls, and Grand Old Tradition
The Club has few rules, but the ones have rise to the level of the sacrosanct. All members sign the Club’s Charter, which describes the three Laws governing the comportment of Club members among themselves and when dealing with the outside world, as well as a collection of Bylaws which describe such mundane matters as the Club’s financing. Once the Laws and Bylaws are signed, a Kerberan’s name is added to the Rolls, the list of all members of the Club, current and past. The Rolls are writ upon a vellum made in the old way by Peecher & Sons papermakers, and bound into a somewhat ragged and much-stained book. The Rolls are huge, and lend credence to the pretensions of ancient origins. The oldest names in the Rolls are not even written in a recognizable alphabet, and their paper is crumbling birch bark.