I have played a couple of versions of "The Sword and the Flame" (generally abreviated as TSATF) and "G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T.", both of which I enjoyed. But I also found things with each that I wanted to change.
So, to make a long story short, I've been sort of combining these two with many thoughts of my own to create my own "house rules", which I, in the tradition of Larry Brom, have named for a phrase from a Rudyard Kipling poem . . . in this case, "The Ballad of East and West":
They have taken the Oath of the Brother-in-Blood on leavened bread and salt:
They have taken the Oath of the Brother-in-Blood on fire and fresh-cut sod,
On the hilt and the haft of the Khyber knife, and the Wondrous Names of God."