I. Council — Serving as the head, or heads, of the Concord, members of the council are expected to perform the same tasks as their kin--hunting, patrolling, assisting others--with some additional responsibilities. They make final decisions about potential members, serve as envoys and representatives, appoint new council members, and may create rules when necessary, as well as take any other measures essential to their kin’s prosperity. The most important duty of a council member is to uphold the Concord’s values, and to never assume sovereignty over their kin.
— Undeniably the backbone of the Concord, kin are the wolves who uphold its priorities in day-to-day life. The unique skills and assets of every kin are to be acknowledged and utilized to the best of their abilities. Each wolf consisting the kin must also treat one another in the spirit of their namesake, setting aside whatever differences they must to do so. Though some may be given a title to designate their role, the values of equal footing and mutual respect remain between them.
— The young are those who have yet to reach their first year, and those who will inherit the Concord. While they are held with the same esteem as other members, they are also recognized for their young age; helping them grow into capable and benevolent heirs is the goal of both packmates and leaders. Until the day they are old enough to do so themselves, the young must be protected at all costs.