Oath of the Accepted Burden

Lay down your burden that I might take it up.
The road is long, and I swear I shall bear it for you, until all roads end.
I shall [name the actual task here], else may the road cease to lay beneath my feet.

Superficially similar to a geas, this oath is a promise to perform a certain deed. The nature of the deed itself is irrelevant, and can be anything from a kiss to retrieving the still-beating heart of a foe. This oath is always made to another, and is made to verify that a task he desires will be performed. When these words are spoken, a temporary Willpower Trait is regained by both the oathkeeper and the one to whom the promise is made. Casual oath takers beware, though- if the oath is not kept, each loses two temporary Willpower Traits.