I am Ashton Ketchomius, a follower of daemonology who specializes in the binding of daemons. These are malevolent spirits that inhabit the astral plane and are worshipped as divine beings or higher life forms. To show our reverence for their godhood status, we summon daemons for the purpose of enslaving them as familiars. This involves breaking and torturing the daemon to subject it to our will. Once broken, the daemon must follow the commands of their master, until they are released from service.
When a spirit is bound, they are contained within a daemonic seal, which is imprinted somewhere on the summoners body. The daemon is stored within the seal until it is summoned by the user. A powerful summoner can bind several daemons to themselves for a total of five. I and my ilk use these gods to dominate the weaklings of the world, as well as battle each other in epic daemonic battles of baddassery (ASMODEUS!!! I CHOOSE YOU!!!).
However, the thing holding us back is the limitations on the number of spirits that can be fielded. Whether the daemon or user is strong or weak, only one bound daemon can be summoned from their seal at one time, and must be recalled before another daemon can be called. This prevents us from releasing our true power and utilize all the bound spirits we bind at once. Leaders in our field chop this up to some ancient rule of honor that we must abide by. However, these leaders are jackasses, as any idiot can point out that we are daemon masters that have no qualms about murdering millions of people for the lulz. We are not beholden to some arbitrary rule of engagement, proving that these no-nothing experts are simply attempting to hide their own ignorance on how the world works.
How can one explain away this unfortunate predicament?