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For what reason was Huck almost excluded from taking the blood oath for Tom's Band of Robbers?
His father's wrath is so fearful, the other boys didn't want to cross him in case Huck gets hurt.
He does not have any family that can be killed if he breaks the oath.
Huck does not want to let them use Jim in any of their schemes.
Huck's pragmatism keeps ruining the fantasy Tom is trying to set up, and the boys get sick of it.
The boys are concerned that Huck is too rough for their gang.