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When a leader protects you, you will be loyal to him

When a leader protects you, you will be loyal to him When a leader protects you, you will be loyal to him
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The leaders fulfilled the anthropological obligation of an alpha, to protect the tribe, and in return, the people repaid that protection with an intense loyalty, wanting to do whatever they can to help.

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