A tenet of Firekkan belief. It taught that "The acts of a leader shape the flocks. The acts of a leader shape the future". It posited a brilliant flock-leader above the wishes of its flock, especially if it was stuck in the past. This tenet seemed to contradict the Firekkan stance that the flock is above the individual, and it encouraged well-meant "rebellion", if the leader held a vision that could bring the flocks to new "feeding grounds".[1]


  1. Mercedes Lackey and Ellen Guon, Freedom Flight, Chapter 3

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