What Is a Blood Oath?

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An oath is a solemn, formal declaration or promise to fulfil a pledge, often calling on God, a god, or a sacred object as witness. As such, a blood oath is said to be such declaration of allegiance where blood is shed to stress the importance or level of allegiance.
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