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  • Saturday, 12.14.19 01:08

Guild Charter

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Guild Charter

Article I

Guild Membership and Promotions

  1. Members are required to join and use the following free services:
    1. TeamSpeak 3
    2. Band Group in Band.US http://band.us/n/a3a5T2Jb62jc3
    3. The guild website
    4. StarParse (for raiding)
    5. New members will have 7 days to register on the site and get into TeamSpeak
    6. Activity
      1. Real life comes first, but if you are going to be gone for more that 30 days, you will need to let an officer know so that you do not get kicked.
  2. Promotions
    1. Officers will be asked to perform a task for the guild.  With that responsibility comes rank.
    2. There is no time requirement for promotion
    3. Promotion is up to the sole discretion of the Guild Master / CO-GM with input from the officer corps and at times the guild membership.
  3. Officer Roles and Responsibilities
    1. Each Officer will have a specialized area.
    2. It is their responsibility to have their area organized, and that all requirements and needs that relate to that area are met, things that need to be addressed are discussed, resources needed are available, etc.
    3. This doesn’t mean that this officer is the sole caretaker of this area. There can be others involved in making that area work
    4. General responsibilities of an officer:
      1. Uphold and reinforce the guild values and policies
      2. Be a representative of our guild in and out of guild groups
      3. Serve the guild and its members
      4. Maintain open lines of communication with the guild leader, other council members, and guild members
      5. Listen objectively and responsively to guild members and help guild members whenever you can
      6. Help facilitate guild activities
      7. Assist in guild administration
      8. Assist in decision-making
      9. Assist the guild leader
      10. Assist other officers
      11. Be ready to help make sure that all responsibilities are met, all necessary tasks are performed, all needed roles are filled, and all needs are met, even those outside their special areas if it is necessary.
  4. Officer Rights
    1. An officer position is a position of leadership and is not a position of privilege, special award, or honor. It is an acceptance of responsibility and service
    2. An officer has the right to be treated fairly and with respect by all
    3. An officer has the right to have their opinions
    4. An officer has the right to be heard objectively by the guild leader and their point taken seriously
    5. An officer has the right to dignity (any issues discussed will be handled privately)
    6. An officer has the right to guidance and help from the guild leader and other officers




Article II

Code of Conduct

  1. Guild members will be expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner with the following guidelines in mind.  These guidelines do not encompass all behaviors that are prohibited but will guide for members.
    1. Respect others.
    2. Use good manners (if you do not know any see Wu’ir for a lesson)  
    3. There are younglings and acolytes in the guild so watch your language and your topics when they are in Teamspeak and assume they are always on in guild chat.
    4. Harassment of any kind will not be tolerated.
    5. Show officers respect because they are here to serve you.
    6. Officer show respect to members.  Officers are here to serve the guild and its members.



Article III

Guild Structure


Guardians Intent is the cooperative effort of two guilds, Guardians of the Enclave (Republic) and Of-Calamitous Intent (Empire).  We have combined the names to form Guardians Intent for our out of game collaboration.  In this section, you will find the guild officer structure for both guilds.  Some officers will serve on both sides.

Ranks:

Guardians of the Enclave

Guild Master TokRa

Not only the leader of the guild but the adjudicator of disputes.  The Guild Master will work with the opposing faction GM as a team to manage both guilds. However, each GM will retain full control of all aspects of their respective guild.

Grand Master (Co-GM)

This officer will act as the first officer (or second in command).  They will help to carry out oversight within the guild and step in when the GM is unavailable.  They will also serve as an adjudicator when needed and provide the presence of leadership and direction for the guild.

Council

An officer who receives this rank has the full trust and backing of the guild.  They can act independently within their assigned area of guild management.  They shall be model officers as an example of what the guild expects from its officer corps.

General

An officer will receive this rank once they have earned the trust of the officer corps and are overseeing other officers within officer corps.

Captain

An officer will receive this rank once they have earned the trust of the officer corps and has become proficient in their assigned task within the guild.

Sergeant

This non-commissioned officer title will be given to new officers who are just starting as officers or do a particular task/job and does not want the full responsibility of an officer.

Raid Leader

Individuals who are deemed raid leaders by the Lead Raid officer will be allowed to run official guild operations.  The raid leader assigned to a raid will have complete control of that raid.

Member

Members are the Heart and soul of the guild.  Without the membership, the guild does not exist.  It is for this reason that members are the most important position in the guild.  To be promoted to Member you will have 14 days to sign up to the website and sign onto TeamSpeak.  After they have met the membership requirements (TeamSpeak, website signup), then they can be promoted to full member.  If they do not meet the requirements after 14 days, they will be in danger of being kicked.

Recruit

New guy or gal.


Of-Calamitous Intent:

Guild Master TokRa

Not only the leader of the guild but the adjudicator of disputes.  The Guild Master will work with the opposing faction GM as a team to manage both guilds. However, each GM will retain full control of all aspects of their respective guild.

Dark Lord (Co-GM)

This officer will act as the first officer (or second in command).  They will help to carry out oversight within the guild and step in when the GM is unavailable.  They will also serve as an adjudicator when needed and provide the presence of leadership and direction for the guild.

Dark Council

An officer who receives this rank has the full trust and backing of the guild.  They can act independently within their assigned area of guild management.  They shall be model officers as an example of what the guild expects from its officer corps.

Grand Moff

An officer will receive this rank once they have earned the trust of the officer corps and are overseeing other officers within officer corps.

Captain

An officer will receive this rank once they have earned the trust of the officer corps and has become proficient in their assigned task within the guild.

Sergeant

This non-commissioned officer title will be given to new officers who are just starting as officers or do a particular task/job and does not want the full responsibility of an officer.

Raid Leader

Individuals who are deemed raid leaders by the Lead Raid officer will be allowed to run official guild operations.  The raid leader assigned to a raid will have complete control of that raid.

Member

Members are the Heart and soul of the guild.  Without the membership, the guild does not exist.  It is for this reason that members are the most important position in the guild.  To be promoted to Member you will have 14 days to sign up to the website and sign onto TeamSpeak.  After the 14 days waiting period the recruit will be made a full member as long as they have met the other membership requirements (TeamSpeak, website signup).  If they do not meet the requirements after 14 days, they will be in danger of being kicked.

Minion

New guy or gal.


Officer functions:

Officers will be assigned a task or Job and based on performance and job requirements:

    1. Operations Officer: To oversee and coordinate guild operations content. Duties: posting operations rosters, progression operators certified, information regarding stats, gear, classes are updated, training and certifying raid leaders, keeping records of players’ main toon and alts
    2. Event Officer: To coordinate guild activity or activities. (There’s more to the game then, ops, PVP, and flashpoints). Fun activities that guildies can participate in. This officer will coordinate with other officers when planning and holding their events.
    3. Recruiting Officer Will work with the guild leader to direct the recruiting efforts. This person will be the main coordinator and the contact person for potential recruit and for those in the guild who would like to let the leadership team know about potential recruits.(Note Any member of the guild can keep an eye out for those who are looking for guild and those who might mesh well with us).
    4. Mentoring Officer: Coordinating mentoring of new players and new members. To be able to pair up volunteer mentors with mentees; to be the main contact of managing the relationships between these people. Will coordinate training sessions as needed and provide guides as needed. The guild leader and all officers can answer questions and help out, but this position will be in charge of coordinating it.
    5. PVP Officer: Coordinate guild PVP activities (i.e. warzones, World PVP, guild dueling tournaments). This Officer will help those interested learn about PvP (helping with their spec, rotation, gear, and/or training sessions. Members are welcome to participate in PvP whenever they want. This officer is there to make sure there is organized PVP available for those who want it and is there as a resource.
    6. GSF Officer:  Coordinate train and conduct galactic starfighter matches.   
    7. Advisory Officer: This officer doesn’t hold any specific role, but acts as an advisor, should the need call for one






Article IV

Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)



  1. Membership
    1. Member Notes
      1. On your main toon you should put your username and TeamSpeak Name in the following format Ex: TS:Teampeakname W:websitename or TSW: / TW:samenameforTSandWebsite
      2. Alt should have their main toons name
      3. You should have 1 main toon perside (this is not for loot purposes) with your TeamSpeak and Website usernames on it.
  2. Raids
    1. Requirements to participate in guild raids
      1. TeamSpeak (if you do not have a mic you must be on to listen)
      2. StarParse and logged into raid (this should be set up prior to the raid, the raid will not wait for you to install it)
      3. Official sign up is on the website (we do have impromptu raids often but if it is an official raid the sign-ups on the website take precedence).
      4. Be on time.  If you are not online and ready to go 15 minutes prior to raid start time you can be replaced.
    2. What We Expect out of our raiders:
      1. ATTENTIVENESS = Do you pay attention to the raid leader
      2. FOLLOWING INSTRUCTION = Do you do what is asked? Or do we need to hold your hand?
      3. RESPECT YOUR FELLOW RAIDERS = Joking Around and Laughs are great and often encouraged. But to put it simply, no one wants to run with a douchebag. So don't be one.
      4. RESPECT THE RAID LEADER = When the raid leader is giving instructions, and explaining things. STFU and listen. This works in hand with 1)
      5. KNOW YOUR ROLE = I don't want to see people dying because the healer is throwing rocks or shooting people's heads off.
      6. POSITIONING AND RAID AWARENESS = It doesn't mean anything if you bash out 5k DPS but wipe the raid because you didn't do what you were supposed to. I.e. Move out of AOE damage or run to get something cleansed from a guildie.
    3. Etiquette:
      1. 1) Please try to be on time for all raids. It is not only your time, it is the entire team's time. As everyone's time is valuable, if you have not logged in 15 minutes after raid time, a replacement will be sought.
      2. 2) Please wait for everyone to be resurrected or "rezzed" before looting the boss. If someone accidentally goes back to Medcenter, taking them out of raid, wait for them to be present before looting.
      3. 3) Problematic people, guildies or not, will not be asked to raid. Not listening to Raid Lead, not paying attention to where they are going and pulling half the raid, and constantly "Leeroy-ing" (starting boss when others are not ready) are examples of problematic people. While we do understand that accidents do happen, attitude and frequency will help us decide if incidents are intentional.
    4. Loot Rules:
      1. Main toons get priority on set piece drops (1 per Operation), Then Priority goes to alts who are in the raid, and then priority goes to other alts, not in the raid.
      2. Need before greed. If you need it for your current spec, feel free to roll. If you get a set piece, please do not roll on another set piece gear for the rest of the night.
      3. Set piece gear is Head, Chest, Hands, Waist, Legs, Feet or Bracers. The Main Hand, Off-Hand, and Relics will also be considered as a set piece, even though they technically aren’t.  Everything else is up for grabs. On an especially lucky night (3 or more), though, please have respect for your fellow raiders and let someone else have pieces. This allows the raid to progress. The better geared your team is, the more likely you will be to complete harder content sooner.
      4. VMC will be held by the Ops leader until the end of the raid and will then be given to the eligible Ops members at the end of the Ops.
  3. PVP
    1. Be respectful and learn from instructors
    2. TeamSpeak is required for
  4. Conquest
    1. Currently not a requirement
  5. Officer Task
  6. General TeamSpeak use
    1. Teamspeak (TS) is not required to be used while during normal gameplay.  

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