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Our Clan has a pretty complex system, and it's becoming evident that even with the Clan Info board, there's a bit too much stuff for people to sift through. Not to mention there's still a lot of random topics scattered around the forum explaining different things. So I'm going to take everything I can find about the Clan and try to condense it into one topic here, while making it as simple and clear as I can possibly make it.

 

This topic overrules all other topics/pins/guides/pages/misinformed members. If something else in the Clan says something different than this topic, then its wrong or out-dated. Text found in Red are rules of the Clan and disregarding them could have consequences ranging anywhere from simply being denied something to punishments involving loss of rank or power.

 

Overdosed

-The Guide to Everything-

 

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Parts

The Clan
The Divisions
The Teamspeak
The Forum 
Clan Meetings

The Discord

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The Clan

This section contains everything to do with the Clan overall.

 

Table of Contents

- 1.0 Ranks

- - - 1.1 Rank Powers

- - - 1.2 Rank Access

- - - 1.3 Rank Expectations

- 2.0 Promotions

- - - 2.1 Putting up for Promotion

- - - 2.2 Voting on Promotions

- - - 2.3 Promotion Wait Times

- - - 2.4 General Evaluations

- 3.0 Recruitment Powers and Trial Members

- - - 3.1 Recruitment Powers

- - - 3.2 Recruiting

- - - 3.3 Trial Members

- - - 3.4 Voting on Trial Members

- 4.0 DSL and Inactivity

- - - 4.1 DSL - Why we need it

- - - 4.2 DSL by rank

- - - 4.3 Inactivity Requests

- - - 4.4 Logs in but is Inactive

- 5.0 Additional Rules of Note

- - - 5.1 Name Changes

 

1.0 Ranks

Ranks represent both the level of contribution a member has provided for the Clan, as well as the level of responsibility they've shown themselves to be capable of handling.

 

1.1 Rank Powers

Higher ranks unlock more Console Powers and more Teamspeak Powers.

Members are expected to understand how to appropriately use their powers before using them.

 

1.2 Rank Access : Higher rank tiers receive access to new boards on the forum.

- Officers gain access to the Officer's Board and Division Administration Board

- Generals gain access to the General's Board

- Commanders gain access to the Commander's Board

 

1.3 Rank Expectations

This is a generic summary of what the Clan typically expects of each rank, loosely based on Silentkill's post in December of 2012 and adapted for modern expectations. Members are not necessarily expected to fulfill ALL the expectations outlined in their rank in order to be promoted, but they should be fulfilling most of them. For a member to be promoted to a new tier, they should be fulfilling at least some of the expectations involved in that next tier already.

 

Trial Members

- Games regularly with OD members

- Is friendly and well-mannered towards other members and gamers

- Expressing an interest in the Clan and learning how it works is considered especially impressive

- Overall just being an active and friendly person is what we look for in Trial Members

 

Enlisted

- Actively games with OD members

- Logs in regularly on the site

- Participating in events or recruiting for the Clan are considered especially impressive

- Overall being an active and involved gamer in OD is what we look for in Enlisted

 

Warrant Officers

- Actively participates in events

- Actively recruiting for the Clan

- Assisting other members with help in-game or questions regarding the Clan

- Participates in forum discussions

- Hosting events or getting involved in leadership and Administration are considered particularly impressive

- Overall being a helpful member and gamer that supports their Division is what we look for in Warrant Officers

 

Officers

- Actively involved in Division Administration

- Attends Admin Meetings

- Posts in topics that come up in the Officers board or Division Administration

- Hosts events for a Division or the Clan as a whole

- Resolves disputes or problems they come across in a fair manner

- Provides recruiting powers to those looking to recruit

- Actively awards Clan Medals

- Posting ideas for the Clan in the Officer's Board are considered particularly impressive

- Overall being a supportive leader of the Community or their Division which protects the values of the Clan are what we look for in Officers

 

Senior Officers

- A productive part of a Division's Leadership

- Actively involved in the discussions in Admin Meetings or the Officer/Division Admin board

- Actively awarding Clan medals

- Resolves any disputes or problems they come across in a fair and intelligent manner

- Provides recruiting powers to those looking to recruit

- Actively communicates with at least one General

- Posting ideas in the Officers board and providing helpful and thought-out feedback in General evaluations are considered particularly impressive

- Overall being problem-solvers who are regularly involved in the administration and development of the Clan are what we look for in Senior Officers

 

Brigadier General

- Pillars of the Divisions they are a part of, seeing to its management, and providing for the members they are responsible for, which includes promotions, medals, recruitment powers, rank changes, etc.

- Actively available for the members of their Division

- Recognizing, teaching, and providing opportunities for the Officers within their Division to help out with proper delegation

- Attends General-Specific meetings

- Votes on all General Evaluations that take place

- Actively involved in topics posted on the General's Board

- Presenting ideas or discussions of their own in the General's Board is considered particularly impressive

- Overall being the leaders and representatives of their respective Divisions and providing for the members they are responsible for are what we look for in Brigadier Generals

 

Major General

- Actively communicates with the team of Generals

- Actively involved in topics posted on the General's Board

- Actively available for the members of the Clan as a whole

- Particularly successful Division Leaders with healthy and thriving Divisions

- Attends General-Specific meetings

- Votes on all General Evaluations that take place

- Presenting ideas or discussions of their own in the General's Board is considered particularly impressive

- Overall being available and helpful to all members of the community and/or strong leaders of highly successful Divisions are what we look for in Major Generals

 

Lieutenant General

- Can consistently provide or build on ideas within the General's Board or Admin Meetings, or help work out resolutions to Clan difficulties or necessary changes

- Plays a pro-active role in bettering the Clan as a whole

- Capable problem-solvers that rarely require help to deal with issues

- Attends General-Specific meetings

- Votes on all General Evaluations that take place

- Helping to host Admin Meetings is considered particularly impressive

- Overall being an involved part of Clan Administration, development, and decision-making to better the community and provide for the members in it are typically what we look for in Lieutenant Generals

 

Four Star General

- Provides ideas, resolutions, and feedback that are intelligent and carefully thought-out

- Helps host Admin Meetings

- Handles any forum needs or changes using the Forum Admin Panel

- Can support other Generals with problems or guidance and help them improve as leaders

- Actively communicates with all of the Commanders

- Attends General-Specific meetings

- Votes on all General Evaluations that take place

- Overall being a visible leader of the community that uses their Admin Panel and Console powers to affect needed changes to the Clan, and can help develop the potential of other Generals and Division Leaders, are typically the things we look for in Four Star Generals

 

Commanders

- Can aptly judge the direction and status of the Clan to ensure it is progressing in a manner suitable and safe for the community

- Can solve the problems that nobody else can solve

- Communicates regularly with the other Commanders to keep each other informed and on the same page

- Identifies and intervenes in any situations that pose a risk to the integrity of the community

- Attends General-Specific meetings

- Votes on all General Evaluations that take place

- Maintains the tools and utilities that the Clan depends on (voice chat, website, forum etc) and manages the donations and payments involved in the Clan

- Overall maintaining the direction and core values of the Clan and ensuring the longevity and health of the community as a whole in all the aspects that require it are what we look for in Commanders

 

2.0 Promotions

Includes putting up for promotion, voting on promotions, wait times between promotions, and General Evaluations.

 

2.1 Putting up for promotion

Promoting: Any member in the Clan can put any other member up for promotion, regardless of Division, with three exceptions

--- 1. Only Division Leaders can put an MWO5 up for a tier change promotion to Officer of their own Division. If the MWO5 is not part of a Division, then they must be put up for promotion by a General

--- 2. Officers can only be put up for promotion by other Officers or Generals, but once put up can be voted on by anyone. Division Leaders who are not Officers or higher must ask a General to put any of their Officers up for promotion.

--- 3. Generals can only be put up for promotion through a General Evaluation process.

 

self-promoting: Members below Officer rank are allowed to self-promote themselves if they have not received a promotion in at least 30 days, and they can provide clear examples of contributing to the Clan. Members who self-promote may not add a vote point to themselves, and may not self-promote if it would change their rank tier.

 

Removing Promotions: Members can request their own promotion to be removed, which they can ask a General to do. As well, Generals can also remove a promotion on their own if the person is on promotion probation, or the promotion was a mistake of some kind.

 

2.2 Voting on Promotions

In case you missed it when you were recruited, you can't ask for votes if you are up for promotion. You also can't tell other people to go positive/negative

vote someone who is up. But you can let people know *when* someone is up for promotion and let them decide how to vote, and it is considered acceptable to ask someone if there is anything you can do to *earn* their vote.

 

Positive Voting: Any member can vote on another member up for promotion, with any vote power within their limit, but 3 reasons are required in the reason field.

 

Typical reasons can include (As provided by R.agnarok in June of 2012.)

-Recruiting, being a good recruiter is most important for the clan.
-Activity on forums.
-Website activity by keeping 0 DSL at most times, using the console to vote for promotions/trial members, award medals, etc.
-Activity on our Teamspeak Server.
-Activity on the games they play that are supported in OD.
-Good behavior, this includes being GM at all times and how the member handles himself towards the other members.
-Helping train members to improve their skills(all games) or by giving them items to help their characters (Diablo 2 and Diablo 3).
-Achieve outstanding gaming skills.
-Organize and participate in tournaments or clan events.
-Being a good moderator, when the member has shown capability to deal with clan disputes without abusing his moderator rights.
-Taking part of General Clan Discussions on the forums and actively bringing new ideas.

 

But should also reflect the expectation of the rank, as outlined in the rank section.

 

Negative Voting: Any member can negative vote on another member up for promotion, with any vote power within their limit. Only 1 reason is required to negative vote, however the reason must be clear and real, and criticism provided constructively with the intent of helping them to become better.

 

Note:

All voting, whether positive or negative, should be based on what the individual has done since their last promotion, even if they failed their last promotion. It is not considered appropriate to vote for the same reasons on more than one promotion, unless there are examples of them continuing to fulfill those reasons since their last promotion.

 

This does not count if the person's promotion was removed from the pending list, either by their request or for other reasons.

 

2.3 Promotion Wait Times

A wait time between promotions is enforced by the website, based on ranks

 

Enlisted and Warrant Officers - 7 days between Promotions

Officers and Senior Officers - 14 days between Promotions

Generals 1-3* - Can only be promoted during an evaluation period, which take place every 3 months

Generals 4* - Must wait 6 months upon receiving 4* rank before they are eligible for Commander rank. Afterwards they can be put up every eval period.

 

2.4 General Evaluations

A General's rank can only change during an evaluation period (with a few rare exceptions). Evaluation periods occur every three months (April, July, October, and January). They begin with nominations that take place within a Generals-Only meeting, and then proceed through two phases.

 

Nominations

A General can nominate themselves if they would like to volunteer to post an evaluation. If a General does not volunteer, they can be nominated for an evaluation by other Generals. For a General to be nominated to post an evaluation there must be at least three nominations supporting their promotion OR three nominations supporting their demotion. (i.e. a General who received 2 nominations for promotion and 2 nominations for demotion does not need to post an eval, at least one side or the other must have three or more)

 

If the nominations a General receives are for promotion, then the eval they write can only determine whether they receive that promotion or stay at the same rank. Likewise if the nominations are for a demotion then the eval they write determines whether they receive a demotion or stay at the same rank. If a General happens to get three nominations for promotion AND three for demotion, then they can be voted for promotion, demotion, or stay at current rank in the evaluation. If a General is nominated for a promotion eval only, then they may decline to write an evaluation if they are not interested in a promotion. Generals who were nominated for demotion evaluations are required to post an evaluation of themselves in phase 1.

 

Officers only need two nominations in order to write an eval, and can only be nominated for promotion, however if they are not a Senior Officer yet then one of the nominators must be a Commander. Officers may decline to write an evaluation if they do not want to be promoted.

 

Phase 1

During Phase 1, candidates posting evaluations will write their evals in the evaluation board. During this phase, members make up to a maximum of two posts asking questions, and one post stating an overall opinion of the person, but the decision itself is based only on the votes of the other Generals. In promotion evaluations, if 50% of the Generals who vote support the candidate by the end of the first phase, then they will move on to phase 2. In demotion evaluations, if 50% of the Generals who vote support demoting the candidate by the end of the first phase, then the candidate will lose their current General rank. If there are not at least 50% of votes supporting a rank change, then the candidate's rank will stay the same.

 

4* Generals require 70% support from votes to be promoted to Commander. Commanders require 70% of votes to be for their demotion in order to lose their Commander rank, but a Commander who passes an evaluation cannot be nominated to post another during the next eval period immediately following it. Officers putting up evaluations cannot be demoted, they can only be denied the promotion.

 

Phase 2

During Phase 2, the candidates who passed Phase 1 are put up on the promotion pending list on the website. Unlike normal pending promotions, all members votes in either direction count for 1 on a General's promotion, and there are no bonus days for getting an exceptional number of votes. Generals are not allowed to vote on phase 2 (or if they do, it must be a neutral 0 vote). Phase 2 is considered the judgement of the community, Generals make their judgements during phase 1.

 

Candidates who succeed in getting the required votes for phase 2 are promoted.

 

3.0 Recruitment Powers and Trial Members

Explains recruiting, recruitment powers, and the guidelines regarding Trial Members

 

3.1 Recruitment Powers

Before a member can be selected as a recruiter, and vote on trial members, they must be assigned recruitment powers on the website.

Officers and Generals - Can assign recruitment powers to anyone who is a Staff Sergeant and above

Commanders - Can assign recruitment powers to anyone, even those below Staff Sergeant rank.

 

Typically Recruitment Powers are only granted to members if they've already hit Staff Sergeant rank, and request them. However exceptions can be made for lower ranked members if they have demonstrated a strong willingness for recruitment (i.e. Actively spread the word of OD to people they game with, draw a lot of people to our channels and Teamspeak)

Once recruitment powers have been granted to someone, any new members who register on the site will be able to select them from the Recruiter drop-down menu, and they will also be able to approve those applications, and vote on them and any other Trial Members.

 

3.2 Recruiting

Although any member can recruit for any Squad and Division, even if they aren't a part of it, different Divisions can have different requirements for recruits (Certain level or rank requirement in-game, for example), which must be respected.

 

Recruiter Responsibilities

- A recruiter is responsible for understanding and abiding by the expectations of the Division they are recruiting for

- A recruiter is responsible for explaining the DSL system to anyone they recruit, and reminding their recruits to log in if their DSL gets high until they develop the habit of doing so on their own

- A recruiter is responsible for gaming with their recruits, answering any questions they have, and making them feel welcome in the Clan

Note: It is the responsibility of anyone granting Recruitment Powers to explain to them their responsibilities as recruiters.

 

The Process of Recruiting

1. Have the person you want to recruit go to the site and click on the green register button. Sometimes it helps to play a few games with these people first and have them meet a few others in the Clan until they are more drawn in

 

2. Help the new member through the registration process, answering any questions they may have

 

3. Once they submit the registration it will send the application to the person they selected as their recruiter, who will receive notification of it and can accept or reject  it.

Do not approve the application of anyone you don't know. Odds are they accidentally selected the wrong recruiter by mistake, and if you approve it then it will create complications later on.

If your recruit does accidentally send the application to the wrong recruiter, have them redo the application again. They will have to select a different name temporarily, but this name can be changed back to their original one later on if they like, once the first application is rejected.

 

4. Once the application is approved the new member will be entered into the Trial Member list, and can earn the votes of other recruiters by gaming with them

 

3.3 Trial Members

Trial Membership is the period in which the Clan can evaluate a new individual's ability to be a friendly and positive part of the community before committing them as a full member.

 

How it works

Once registered on the Trial Membership, a Trial Member has 15 days to acquire a certain number of votes from other Recruiters. The exact number of votes required can differ depending on the Division. Upon reaching the exact number of votes required to pass, 7 days will be knocked off their wait time by default (i.e. a member who had 14 days left gets their required votes, their remaining days will automatically be set to 7 days left instead). Additionally for every point above the required number of votes they need, the Trial Member's number of days in Trial Membership will drop by another one.

 

The website is set to erase the profile of any Trial Members who fail to pass. This is different from full members, whose profiles are stored in the website database indefinitely, even after disablement. A Trial Member who fails will have to re-register on the site.

 

If an error occurs during the Trial Membership process, a General can manually re-add people (Their OD name and e-mail will be needed) and can even set it so that the new member can skip the Trial Membership process rather than having to do it over again, if the error occurred when they were going to pass.

 

3.4 Voting on Trial Members

Positive Voting

Just like when voting on Promotions, 3 reasons will need to be provided when adding positive votes to Trial Members. If a newly developed Squad or Division does not have enough Recruiters to be able to pass their Trial Members themselves, they can ask a General to add votes to their Trial Members to make up the difference they are lacking. Generals are the only ones allowed to vote on a Trial Member without meeting them, and only under these conditions.

 

Negative Voting

Like when voting on Promotions, only 1 reason will need to be provided when adding a neg vote to a Trial Member. Typically a Trial Member should receive neg votes for any cases of bad manners and improper conduct. Neg voting for DSL is considered improper, as the website will remove them automatically for DSL anyway.

 

4.0 DSL and Inactivity

Represents how often people need to log into the website.

 

4.1 DSL - Why we need it

We have far too many members to try and track manually, it has to be tracked automatically, through the website. We know it's a turn-off for gamers, but without it our member list would be as bad as our Teamspeak channel list x100.

 

In May 2018, the Discord DSL reset was added. When joining a voice channel or chatting in a text channel, the Overdosed#0872 bot will now attempt to reset your DSL (once every 24 hours) and will PM you if it is successful.  This requires your Discord account to be linked with your (OD) account on the main website.

 

4.2 DSL by Rank

Different ranks have a different limit to how high their DSL can go. This is because higher ranks are expected to use the Console powers more, and stay up to date on Clan info presented by the site.

 

Enlisted - Are demoted one rank if their DSL reaches 14, and disabled automatically if it reaches 15.

Warrant Officers - Are demoted one rank if their DSL reaches 9, and disabled automatically if it reaches 10.

Officers - Are demoted one rank if their DSL reaches 6, and disabled automatically if it reaches 7.

Generals - Are not demoted or disabled based on the DSL count, the process for changing a General's rank is through an eval process, and their DSL problems will be judged on their next eval.

 

4.3 Inactivity Requests

Any member can make an IA request through their Console on the website. IA requests are sent to a pending list, and await approval by a General. If approved, the member will be set to an IA status that will last for 60 days, during which time they can neither be promoted, demoted, or disabled.

 

An IA request will be rejected if:

1. The member is requesting IA for any other reason besides being gone for a lengthy period of time

2. If the reason the member provides isn't a situation in which they would be unable to log in.

 

An IA status will be removed if:

1. The member returns, in which they can set themselves back to active status

2. The member is seen involved in some aspect of the Clan, thereby suggesting they are not actually gone anymore

 

Acceptable reasons for an IA request include:

- Military leave

- Loss of computer or internet with no foreseeable way of replacing them anytime soon

- An extended trip or vacation to an area that are known to have no internet access

- Hospitalization or medical situations

 

Note: A member cannot be set to IA status by anyone externally, not even Commanders. The only way for someone to be set to IA status is if they send in an IA request.

 

4.4 Logs in but is Inactive

It is rare but there are occasions where a person consistently logs in to reset their DSL, but is never seen or is available in the Clan itself. This can pose a problem if the member is a higher rank. The policy for dealing with this situation differs depending on the rank of the individual.

 

Enlisted or Warrant Officer - Nothing. As long as an Enlisted or WO consistently log in then no action is taken against them, as their responsibilities are considered light or non-existent to the point where it isn't necessary

 

Officer or Senior Officer - Action is taken according to the Inactive Officer's Policy, wherein their Division Leader will attempt to get in touch with them, and the Officer will incur demotions at periodic intervals until they respond, or until they are no longer an Officer.

 

General or Commander - Long term inactivity by Generals or Commanders will be reflected within their evaluations during Eval periods, and result in their demotion from there until they eventually fall back down to Officer rank, where they will then be subjected to the Inactive Officer's Policy.

 

 

5.0 Additional Rules of Note

A list of rules and practices that aren't part of the generic Clan rules but are still followed nonetheless.

 

5.1 Name Changes

Commanders have the power to change the OD names of members, and any Enlisted member may request a Commander to change their name. An Enlisted member may request one name change unconditionally, however future name change requests may be refused, so make sure it is changed to something you like. Indecisive people, you have been warned.

 

Once a member becomes a Warrant Officer or higher they are no longer applicable for name changes as their notoriety is considered too high and this leads to confusion in the community.

 

The sole exception is in rare occasions where particular circumstances actively prevent a member from using their original name in OD platforms that typically require it, such as a D2 account being locked out of battle.net, preventing them from using their OD name for the D2 Division. In such cases the member may petition for a name change and it will be judged on a case-by-case basis.

 

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The Divisions

This section contains everything to do with Divisions within the Clan.

 

Table of Contents

- 1.0 How Divisions are made

- - - 1.1 Forming a Squad

- - - 1.2 Upgrading a Squad to a Division

- - - 1.3 Original Leaders

- 2.0 How Divisions are unmade

- - - 2.1 Tris' Flowchart

- - - 2.2 Point Summary

- 3.0 Division Leader Setranks

- 4.0 Multiple Division Leaders

- - - 4.1 Adding new Division Leaders

- - - 4.2 Power and Authority of Division Leaders

 

1.0 How Divisions are made

 

1.1 Forming a Squad

To form a Squad, a member must request a General to create it for them, and provide evidence of a clear interest in the game by existing members, or players they have found within the game. The General will add it to the site and create a Teamspeak channel for them in the Teamspeak's Squad section.

 

1.2 Upgrading a Squad to a Division

For a Squad to become a Division, they must have a minimum of 10 members listed in their Squad on the site (Note: As trial members cannot join a Squad on the site, they do not count towards this total), all of which have confirmed a willingness to change their main game to the new Division when it is made. A Squad that meets this requirement can request a Commander to upgrade their Squad to a Division, and if the Commander approves they will add it as a Division on the site and provide it with its own section in Teamspeak.

 

1.3 Original Leaders

The "Commanding Officer" of the Squad is considered the "Original Leader" of the Division when it is upgraded, which allows them to vote in Admin Meetings even if they are not of Officer rank. The Original Leader is also the member eligible for setrank benefits, as outlined later on.

 

Original Leaders are the only non-Officer Division Leaders allowed to vote in Admin Meetings, however if they are unable to attend they may permit another Division Leader or Officer to cast a vote on their behalf, as long as they post a notification of this ahead of time in the corresponding Admin Meeting topic in the Division Admin board.

Original Leaders can pass on their Division to a successor, who will inherit the right to vote if they are not an Officer. Likewise, if a Division falls below 10 Division Members, and the original leader can't be contacted, or gives up leadership of the Division, any member volunteering to take over responsibility of the Division will also inherit these same rights.

 

An Original Leader does not have more say than other Division Leaders in their Division, they simply get to represent their Division's interests in Admin Meetings. Furthermore, an original leader does not get double-vote power if they are also an Officer.

 

2.0 How Divisions are unmade

2.1 The flow chart provided by Tris in February of 2017

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2.2 Point Summary

- A Squad made into a Division has 30 days from the time it is made to get their promised 10 members changed to the Division

- If a Division drops below 10 members, the leader will attempt to be contacted after the next Admin Meeting

- If the leader is non-responsive, a new leader will be appointed from anyone within the Division willing to take it over

 

If a new leader is found, then those three steps are repeated until the Division drops below 10 members and there are no volunteer replacements to take it over. In which case it is removed.

 

3.0 Division Leader Setranks

Members who successfully upgrade a Squad to a Division are eligible for setranks, both as an incentive and as a means of allowing them to manage their Divisions better. All setranks are decided by vote in Admin Meetings.

 

Setranks only apply to the Divisions "Original Leader", the member listed as the Commanding Officer in the Squad. The setranks available depend on their rank.

 

Enlisted Rank - Eligible for setrank to WO1 in the next Admin Meeting following their upgrade to a Division, and eligible for a second setrank to MWO5 in the next Admin Meeting that comes after

Warrant Officer - No setrank available in the first Admin Meeting following their upgrade to a Division, but are eligible for a setrank to MWO5 in the next Admin Meeting after.

 

Any members who are MWO5 or higher already don't get setranks, but their achievement will certainly be reflected in the votes of their next promotion.

 

Inheriting a Division

If an Enlisted member inherits a Division from previous Division Leaders who are moving on or are no longer available, they are eligible for these same setrank opportunities but must wait an additional month before they apply. In other words they are NOT eligible for any setrank in the next Admin Meeting following the change of power, but the Admin Meeting following the month after they can be voted on for a setrank to WO1, and the month after that can be voted on for MWO5. In all cases this only applies if they are the sole Division Leader who has inherited the rights and responsibilities as being the "original" leader.

 

4.0 Multiple Division Leaders

Divisions are allowed to appoint extra leaders to help them run their Division. However there are a few guidelines that must be followed when doing so.

 

4.1 Adding New Division Leaders

Divisions can request a member be added as a new leader of their Division in the corresponding topic for it in the Division Administration board, as long as all existing leaders of the Division are in agreement with it. A Division may have up to 3 leaders unconditionally, original leader included, after which any requests for another leader must include a reason to justify the need for adding more.

 

Enlisted members require commander approval before they can become Division Leaders.

 

4.2 Power and Authority of Division Leaders

Powers: Members who are appointed as Division Leaders are automatically given Division Moderator powers on Teamspeak over their Division's section. These members also receive access to the Division Administration board, and are allowed to attend Admin Meetings, but only Officer-ranked members and the original Division leader are allowed to vote in Admin Meetings.

 

Authority: All Division Leaders below General rank have equal say and authority in decisions regarding their Division, and events within their Division. However the Clan will defer authority to any General within the Division Leadership (If they are one of the Division Leaders), with priority going to the highest ranking General, and all Generals, whether part of the Division or not, have the authority to overrule decisions or rules in a Division if they deem it necessary.

 

Division Leader authority extends only to decisions regarding the management of their Division, the rules inside the game itself, and events that they host. Division Leaders don't have the authority to impose upon members of a higher rank than them outside of their game, in the actual Clan. This includes Teamspeak and the Forums.

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The Teamspeak

This section contains everything to do with Teamspeak in the Clan. The server address of our Teamspeak is ts3.overdosed.net

 

Table of Contents

- 1.0 Teamspeak Rules

- - - 1.1 All Users

- - - 1.2 All Clan Members

- - - 1.3 Administration Rules

- - - 1.4 Squad Rules

- 2.0 Teamspeak Powers

- - - 2.1 Rank Powers

- - - 2.2 Special Groups

- 3.0 Special Channels

- - - 3.1 Profanity-Free Channels

- - - 3.2 MvP Channels

- - - 3.3 Division's Extra Game Channel

- 4.0 Teamspeak Icons

- - - 4.1 Division Icons

- - - 4.2 Tournament and Tier Icons

 

 

1.0 Teamspeak Rules

The rules regarding the use of Teamspeak as outlined by R.agnarok's Topic in January of 2015.

These rules apply to all Channels of Teamspeak, public and private, including MvP Channels.

 

1.1 All Users

  • All users will abide by good mannerisms, and treat all other members in the Teamspeak with respect. There will be no bashing or degradation of other users well being.
  • While profanity is not banned, do keep it in check. Excessive use of profanity will not be tolerated. Respect the other players in the channel you're in.
    • Profanity of any kind within a channel marked Profanity Free will not be tolerated whatsoever.
  • Teamspeak allows for the use of an Avatar that is unique to your user ID. You're free to choose the avatar of your liking, however nudity, profanity, and excessive gore is strictly forbidden.
  • Posting nude images anywhere within Teamspeak is forbidden. Doing so will result in a Teamspeak ban. Further punishment outside of the Teamspeak ban will be decided on by the division leaders of the respective users division.
  • While we encourage guests to join the server, guests who do not abide by these rules, just as an OD member, will be removed from the server. In the event of recurring instances, the user will be permanently banned from joining the server.
  • Prejudiced behavior of any type, including but not limited to, racism, sexism, homophobia and religious intolerance, is strictly forbidden and will be punished with extreme diligence.
  • Impersonating another user, or naming yourself with a false rank or staff title are strictly prohibited.
  • OD members will be bound to these rules 24/7 while inside Teamspeak. Punishments can and will range from suspension from Teamspeak, to demotions on site, and even a disablement if the violation calls for disablement.

 

1.2 All Clan Members

  • All Clan OD Members must be in their (OD) tagged name, as it appears on the website at all times. Failure to comply will result in you not receiving your Rank group or any Staff group.
  • Clan OD Members are entitled to 1 Smurf account for such purposes as hosting a music bot.
  • All Clan OD rules apply while you are in the Teamspeak server.

 

1.3 Administration Rules

  • MvP Channels are to be created as a Sub-Channel of the MvP channel category for each Division, UNLESS your individual Division Leader(s) allows for you to have your channel under the Division Channel.
  • MvP Members can only have a maximum of 1 (one) MvP Channel created at a time, should you decide to create a new channel, delete your old one first.
  • Do not move anyone unless they want to be moved, or you know for a fact that they do not care (IE, you are breaking members into Tournament groups). The only exception to this rule is if you are moving them out of YOUR MvP channel.
  • Those who have administration power have them for a reason. Any abuse of the power given to you can and will be removed. Be responsible when using the power you have access to. Do NOT kick or ban people for no reason. Failure to give a reason will be treated the same as kicking for no legitimate reason.
  • Anyone abusing the powers given to them, will lose their administration power, regardless of their level. These rules will be strictly enforced with NO exceptions. In extreme cases, demotions can and will be given to those who break rules excessively. ALL actions will be monitored closely, so dont think you can get away with a slip from time to time.
  • Those who have had their admin power revoked, will be placed in the Restricted group. While in this group, all admin is removed, your ability to private message and poke is also removed. The only thing granted to a user in this group is the ability to move between channels and talk based on what your rank group allows.
  • Members can only have one Division Server Group Icon, and it must be the Icon they have selected as their Main Game on the Website.

 

1.4 Squad Rules

 

 

2.0 Teamspeak Powers

Teamspeak powers consist mostly of rank powers, but include a few special groups as well.

 

2.1 Rank Powers

A detailed list of Powers by rank, and their appropriate use, can be found here.

 

2.2 Special Groups

Division Moderator - A Channel group used to give individuals management power over a subset of Channels. The powers apply to the channel the user is currently in, along with all sub-channels of that channel. Given by default to Division Leaders, but Division Leaders can also assign it to members of their Division at their own discretion

Poke Immunity - A Server group that makes someone immune to pokes from anyone but Commanders. Can be added or removed upon request by any General.

Restricted - A Server group that suspends someone of all their Teamspeak powers. For those who have been a little naughty.

ForcedPTT - A Server group that forces someone into using Push-To-Talk to communicate. For people who are consistently disruptive with loud or inappropriate background noises

Music bot - A Server group assigned exclusively to people's Music bots that prevents anyone below General rank from moving the bot around

 

3.0 Special Channels

There are a few channels in our Teamspeak that are treated a little differently from normal Channels.

 

3.1 Profanity-Free Channels

Certain Channels within the Teamspeak are designated as Profanity-Free Channels, these are channels that have a zero-tolerance for all swearing and foul language and are marked with a Soap Icon (Soap_Icon.jpg) next to the Channel Name. Members who have difficulties keeping their profanity habits under check are advised to stick to regular channels. Any penalties for infractions occurring within the profanity-free channels are decided upon at the discretion of the Division Leaders of the Division the Channel is in. If the channel is not within a Division then consequences will be determined by the General it is reported to.

 

3.2 MvP Channels

These are channels given to individuals who provide for the utilities of the clan. These channels will be listed under an MvP Channel category at the bottom of each Division, and the owner of the channel will be depicted in the Channel's Description.

 

MvP owners have full control over their Channel, and are free to choose the name of their own channel (as long as it is not anything inappropriate). They can decide to password lock their channel, and grant access to who they wish, they can make it a profanity-free channel, and they can kick out whoever they wish from their channel (Except for Generals and higher). MvP members are marked with a Star Icon (Star_Icon.jpg) in their own channels. MvP Channel owners may request to have MvP powers bestowed on other members within their Channel as well, so long as they understand and accept the degree of power that gives someone over their channel.

 

A member may never have more than one MvP channel.

 

3.3 Division's Extra Game Channel

As of the November 19, 2017 Admin Meeting all Divisions are permitted to have a single channel (if they choose to) in their Teamspeak section in which their members can use to play other games besides the designated game of their Division as long as:

1. The game played is not an existing Squad already (in which case the Squad channels should be used instead)

2. The name of the channel isn't directly named after a game (it can be lobby, lounge, etc but not the actual name of a game), to avoid discouraging possible future attempts to make the game into a Squad

 

Only one channel is allowed for this per Division, if there are multiple games being played or the game requires separate lobbies, then temporary channels can be created as sub-channels of the extra gaming channel using the "Temporary Channel" setting when creating a Teamspeak channel. Any Warrant Officer or above should have the power to create temporary channels.

 

4.0 Teamspeak Icons

The Teamspeak comes with an assortment of icons that Officers and up can apply to members.

 

4.1 Division Icons

Each Division within the Clan is permitted to have a Teamspeak icon representing their Division. Officers can assign this icon to members who are a part of their Division, which helps the rest of the community identify which Division they belong to.

 

Members should only have the Division Icon of their main game, as portrayed on the main website. Non-Members should NEVER receive a Division Icon, as this will actually create complications with their ability to move around the Teamspeak for reasons I've never cared enough to determine.

 

4.2 Tournament and Tier Icons

Some Divisions may choose to make use of certain Channel Icons that represent a player's achievements or roles within a game. Tournament Cup icons can be assigned to individuals who had recently won a tournament. Icons representing a player's tier within a game (bronze league, gold league, diamond league) etc can be added, as well as icons organizing main players and back-up players for events.

 

These icons have been used to recognize the accomplishments of players, as well as to help depict the relative skill of a player when forming teams for in-house events and tournaments. Division Leaders who are interested in having custom icons for certain events or roles within their Division can talk to a Commander to have it arranged.

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The Forum

This section contains everything to do with the Clan Forums

 

Table of Contents

- 1.0 Forum Rules

- - - 1.1 Basic Rules

- - - 1.2 Administration Rules

- 2.0 Forum Moderation

- - - 2.1 Types of Moderators

- - - 2.2 Acquiring Moderator Powers

- - - 2.3 Using Moderator Powers

- 3.0 The Shoutbox

- - - 3.1 Using the Shoutbox

- 4.0 Requesting a new Board

- - - 4.1 Requesting a Squad or Division Board

- - - 4.2 Requesting a new public Board

 

 

1.0 Forum Rules

Like Teamspeak, all members must follow some basic rules in exchange for using the forums of our community.

 

1.1 Basic Rules

  • No spam. Spam is defined as posts that serve no apparent purpose and contribute nothing to a topic.
  • No posting images of nudity or extreme gore
  • Respect other posters. It's fine to disagree with people, but don't be immature about it and BM the other posters. Keep your heated feelings contained to the contested topic and don't let it affect how you treat someone everywhere else
  • Do not post "advertisements" for a business or some kind of business product. If you would like to promote a personal business or venture in your signature, then you may do so only if a General gives you permission beforehand.

1.2 Administration Rules

  • If you have access to a private board please ensure that all information and matters being discussed within that board are kept among people with access, and not "leaked" to people who don't have rights to the board. This mostly applies to matters that are currently in discussion, exceptions take place when it is decided a subject is "ready" for public knowledge, or if it is an old discussion that is no longer important. If you think it is important or necessary for someone without access to a board to be informed of something within it, then please check with a General for approval first.
  • If you are given the password to a password-protected channel, then don't share it with others without the express permission of the Division Leader or Administrator responsible for the channel.

 

Note: One-word Posts, or posts containing an image, are allowed as long as they are relevant and contribute to the topic discussion. For example if a member makes a post asking for Global Moderation of the Forum, an Administrator can respond with a "No" as it makes for a pretty clear answer. Funny, interesting, clever, or thoughtful images that relate to a discussion are likewise acceptable. Just keep your posts meaningful and with a purpose.

 

 

2.0 Forum Moderation

A Forum Moderator is someone with the power to manage a board, or all boards of the forum, which include pinning, featuring, hiding, or removing topics or posts.

 

2.1 Types of Moderators

There are three types of Moderators.

 

Board Moderator - A Moderator who has administrative power over one or more specific boards

Global Moderator - A Moderator with administrative power over all boards, including any new ones created

Forum Administrator - An Administrator has all powers of a Global Moderator by default, as well as access to the ACP which allows them to change the forum, and all members within it, including banning and unbanning.

 

2.2 Acquiring Moderator Powers

Moderation of Boards

Division Leaders are granted Moderator Powers over all of their Division Boards by default. They can also request additional members within their Division to receive Moderator powers over some or all boards of their Division as well, if they intend for that member to help out with Division management. In other cases, a member may request Moderation Powers for a board if they are going to be responsible for certain events or activities within the board. As an example, a member who will be hosting Community Meetings can have Moderation Powers over the Community board so that they can edit the Community Meeting posts and announcements as needed.

 

Global Moderator

Granted upon reaching General rank. There are no other conditions in which someone may receive Global Moderator powers at this time.

 

Forum Administrator

Granted to 4* Generals and Commanders only. In the past certain exceptions were made for other General ranks, nowadays there are no other conditions in which someone may receive Administrator access.

 

All Moderators, regardless of the reason they were granted Moderator powers, are responsible for maintaining their respective boards. This means upholding Clan rules and keeping their board organized.

 

2.3 Using Moderator Powers

A comprehensive list of all Moderator Powers and how to use them can be found here.

 

 

3.0 The Shoutbox

The forum provides a shoutbox available for member use at the top right corner of the board index in any forum skin.

 

3.1 Using the Shoutbox

All members can use the Shoutbox freely, however the rules of the forum apply to the shoutbox as well. Respect other posters, and don't spam the shoutbox with messages that serve no purpose,

 

Do not post links or images in the shoutbox. Images posted in the shoutbox can create discrepancies on the forum, which in turn will cause my foot to create discrepancies on your face when I have to go and fix it. Please and thank you.

 

4.0 Requesting a new Board

All requests for boards need to be made to a 4* General or Commander

 

4.1 Requesting a Squad or Division Board

If you just made a Squad, or just had your Squad upgraded to a Division, then you can request a board be created for it if one hasn't been made already, and it should be provided. If you are an existing Squad or Division and you would like a new sub-board added into your existing board, then you must include a reason for the creation of the board. If the Administrator approves of the reason then they will create the board for you.

 

4.2 Requesting a new public Board

I say "public" board but this can refer to special-access boards as well.

 

Before an Administrator will create a new public board, they will take two things into consideration:

1. How likely is the board to be used

2. How much of an impact will it have on the Clan

 

Requesting a board for posting pictures of Art is an example of a board that would have a low impact on the Clan, as it will affect very little of the Clan's existing operations. Requesting a board for a "Security Team" responsible for policing or upholding the rules of the Clan is an example of a board that would have a high impact on the Clan, as it would involve a level of responsibility and power within the Clan itself that will affect the community.

 

1.  If an Administrator has doubts about how likely a board will be used, they may ask you to demonstrate that there is an interest in the purpose of the board by creating one or more topics that would typically belong in the new board. In the case of the Art Board, a few topics related to Art could be created, and if the topics seem to receive a lot of interest and activity then the Admin may approve the creation of a board for it.

 

2. If an Administrator feels that a new board would have a high impact on the Clan, then they will require the idea to be discussed and approved through an Admin Meeting before they will create a board for it. If the member who made the request is not of a rank or position allowed to attend Admin Meetings, then they will be granted special permission to attend the next one for the purpose of explaining their idea. However individuals given special permission to attend in this manner are not allowed to vote on any matters discussed in the Admin Meeting, including decisions regarding their own proposed idea.

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Clan Meetings

This section contains everything to do with Clan Meetings

 

Table of Contents

- 1.0 Types of Meetings

- - - 1.1 Division Meetings

- - - 1.2 Community Meetings

- - - 1.3 Administration Meetings

- - - 1.4 General Meetings

- 2.0 How Meetings Work

- - - 2.1 The Host

- - - 2.2 Speaking during Meetings

- - - 2.3 Voting during Meetings

 

 

1.0 Types of Meetings

There are four types of meetings that typically take place within the Clan.

 

1.1 Division Meetings

Division Meetings are determined and held by Divisions. Not all Divisions may choose to hold Division Meetings, those that do typically hold them within one of their Division Teamspeak channels, but may also hold them in other locations as well, such as in-game. Traditionally Divisions allow members of other Divisions to attend their meetings, however any member attending that is not a part of the Division is considered an observer, and may not vote on matters related to that Division without express consent by the host.

 

1.2 Community Meetings

Community Meetings are meetings that all members are invited to attend. These meetings are intended to provide members with an opportunity to present ideas, requests, or ask questions. Some ideas or requests made in the Community Meeting can be implemented right away by an attending General or Commander, if the overall impact on the Clan is relatively low. For those that pose a higher impact on the Clan, the suggestion may be elevated up to an Admin Meeting discussion, and the member who proposed it may be given special permission to attend the Admin Meeting to present their idea again there. Members allowed to attend Admin Meetings in this manner are not allowed to cast votes on Meeting decisions, including those made towards their own idea.

 

1.3 Administration Meetings

These are meetings held once a month for the purpose of evaluating the status of the Clan and determining necessary changes. Admin Meetings can be attended by Generals, Officers and Division Leaders, however Division Leaders and Generals are also allowed to bring in guests as "observers" to the meeting, if they have a member who is interested in how the Clan works and could benefit from seeing it first-hand, but this should be limited to one, maybe two people at most per Leader/General. Observers can speak during meetings, but they cannot vote on any Clan matters discussed in the meeting. Special Permission can be granted to other members to attend as well if they presented an idea to a General, or in a Community Meeting, that is worth discussing in an Admin Meeting, but members attending in this manner are treated the same as guest observers, and may not vote on any matters being discussed, including those related to their own idea.

 

1.4 General Meetings

As the name implies, these meetings can only be attended by Generals. These meetings are usually held quarterly, typically proceeding an evaluation period, and are primarily for the purpose of determining the next evaluation candidates. However they are also used for discussions for changes and decisions that are considered too sensitive or significant for the broader scope of Admin Meetings, such as changes to the Eval system itself or the rank and access of returning former Generals to the Clan. In the case of more urgent discussions, Generals will sometimes hold a General meeting immediately following the month's Admin Meeting.

 

 

2.0 How Meetings Work

It was tragically discovered early on that meetings without some semblance of organization tend to not be very productive

 

2.1 The Host

Pretty much all meetings are directed by a host. The host of the meeting is the person responsible for starting the meeting, and keeping it progressing. The host will announce the current topic of discussion, and call the name of each person when they are allowed to speak. The host is given some degree of authority over the meeting, if a particular individual is sending in a frequent number of requests to speak the host can decide to pass them up so that other people waiting to speak can have a turn. The host is likewise responsible for ensuring the rules of the meeting are upheld, and that the discussion doesn't derail off-topic. Lastly, the host will determine when and if a topic of discussion needs to be brought to a vote.

 

2.2 Speaking during Meetings

Traditionally, when a member wishes to speak during a meeting they enter a tilde (depicted as a ~ squiggle line) into the chat box of the channel, wherein the meeting host will then call their name when it is their turn to speak. Hosts will typically call people in the order that the tilde's are presented, however if a member wishes to respond immediately to someone who just spoke then they can enter ~NameOfPerson into the chat box to signal their intent to reply directly to that person (~Terra would be a request to reply directly to me if I'd just spoken). In which case, if the host sees it, they will allow you to skip the line and respond directly, however if someone overuses this feature then the host may decide to disallow their request and make them wait the turn order anyway.

 

A member may speak without sending a tilde if someone currently speaking is addressing them directly. A person is considered to be addressing you directly if they specifically speak your name and are directing their statement or question to you. This is not the same as someone who mentions your name as a reference as they address everyone, so be mindful of the difference. In the event someone does speak to you directly, you and the person speaking can converse back and forth as needed, until the current speaker is satisfied. This helps keep the discussion flowing, and saves a lot of time and tilde's in the long run.

 

Bear in mind that meeting hosts have to multi-task their attention quite a bit, and it's not uncommon for someone's tilde to get missed. Don't freak out if this happens, just enter another tilde and try to be patient. If you feel the need to mention something, then send a message to one of the Generals or Commanders present. Don't send messages to the host, as they'll be too busy to pay attention to it.

 

Note: Some Division Meetings may organize their meetings differently, requiring different speaking rules, or even allowing people to speak freely altogether. General Meetings also typically allow attending Generals to speak freely as well.

 

 

2.3 Voting during Meetings

If a topic of discussion remains conflicting between different parties, particularly in Admin Meetings, then the matter can be concluded through a vote. When a host declares a vote to take place, they will announce the two options (sometimes three), and all members permitted to vote will type 1 in the chat for option one, or 2 in the chat for option two. The option with the majority votes is the final decision. In the rare event of a tie, the matter may be brought to the forum for further discussion, and re-voted on in the next Admin Meeting.

 

When can I vote?

Clan Related - If the topic being voted on is Clan-related, as opposed to Division-related, then it can only be voted on by Officers and up. Clan-related topics include changes to ranks, Teamspeak, Forums, website, recruitment, or any powers associated with those five things.

 

Division Related - If the topic being voted on is Division-related, then the Division Leaders regarded as the Original Division Leaders are allowed to vote in addition to Officers and Generals. A topic is considered Division-related if it involves making or unmaking Divisions, or changing Division structure.

 

Guests and observers, or Division Leaders who are not considered the original founding leader, do not get to add votes on matters being discussed.

 

Commander veto power

Commanders have the authority to overrule a person or group of people's right to vote on a subject if they identify a clear conflict of interest with a certain party. This usually happens when a discussion is about changing the power or access of certain ranks or positions. In this event, the matter being voted on will be left until the end of the meeting, where the people considered to have the conflict of interest will be asked to leave prior to the vote taking place.

 

 

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The Discord

This section contains everything to do with Discord in the Clan. OD's official Discord can be found at this url.

 

Please note that this is the only official OD Discord, and the only Discord in which OD's community values will be upheld. All other Discords are outside of our responsibility, and participation in those other Discords will not be considered being active within the Clan itself, no matter their relation to any particular Divisions.

 

Table of Contents

- 1.0 Discord Rules

- - - 1.1 All Users

- - - 1.2 All Clan Members

- - - 1.3 Administration Rules

- - - 1.4 Discord Specific Rules

- 2.0 Discord Powers

 

 

 

1.0 Discord Rules

The official rules regarding Discord are outlined in The Discord Rules topic here.

For the most part the rules on Discord are identical to that of Teamspeak, with certain exceptions due to differing operations. For the purposes of consequences, Teamspeak and Discord are considered one and the same, punishments extend to both. i.e. being suspended from using our Teamspeak will likewise have you suspended from using our Discord as well.

 

1.1 All Users

  • All users will abide by good mannerisms, and treat all other members in the discord with respect. There will be no bashing or degradation of other users well being.

  • While profanity is not banned, do keep it in check. Excessive use of profanity will not be tolerated. Respect the other players in the channel you're in.

  • While we encourage guests to join the server, guests who do not abide by these rules, just as an OD member, will be removed from the server. In the event of recurring instances, the user will be permanently banned from joining the server.

  • Prejudiced behavior of any type, including but not limited to, racism, sexism, homophobia and religious intolerance, is strictly forbidden and will be punished with extreme diligence.

  • Impersonating another user, or naming yourself with a false rank or staff title are strictly prohibited.

  • OD members will be bound to these rules 24/7 while inside discord. Punishments can and will range from suspension from discord, to demotions on site, and even a disablement if the violation calls for disablement

 

1.2 All Clan Members

  • All Clan OD Members must be in their (OD) tagged name, as it appears on the website. Failure to comply may result in you not receiving your Rank group or any Staff group.

  • All Clan OD rules apply while you are in the discord server.

 

1.3 Administration Rules

  • Members with the power to move others within the discord server can move members at their discretion, with the understanding that abuse of this power will result in an administrative action.

  • Those who have administrative power have them for a reason. Any abuse of the power given to you can and will be removed. Be responsible when using the power you have access to. Do NOT kick or ban people for no reason.

  • Those who have abused their power, will be placed in their Ranks Restricted group. While in this group, all admin powers are revoked.

  • If you are banned from teamspeak, those administrative actions will carry over to discord and vise versa as needed.(Just because you got banned on teamspeak, Don’t think we won’t uphold those actions on discord.)

 

1.4 Discord Specific Rules

  • Divisions will be allotted as many channels as their division needs. If a division has an excessive and unneeded number of channels. Those channel may become subject to deletion.

  • Please keep in mind that discord has global text channels instead of text channels for every voice channel. Many text channel have specific purposes. Please try and be mindful with which one you’re typing in.

 

2.0 Discord Powers

The list of powers gained by each of the ranks as set in Discord.

 

Trial Member(s)

General Permissions

  • Change Nickname

Text Permissions

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Attach Files

  • Read Message History

  • Mention Everyone

  • USe external Emojis

  • Add Reactions

Voice Permissions

  • Connect

  • Speak

  • Use Voice Activity

 

Enlisted

General Permissions

  • Change Nickname

  • Create Instant Invite

Text Permissions

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Attach Files

  • Read Message History

  • Mention Everyone

  • USe external Emojis

  • Add Reactions

Voice Permissions

  • Connect

  • Speak

  • Use Voice Activity

 

Warrant Officer(s)

General Permissions

  • Change Nickname

  • Create instant invite

  • Kick members

  • Manage Channels

Text Permissions

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Attach Files

  • Read Message History

  • Mention Everyone

  • USe external Emojis

  • Add Reactions

Voice Permissions

  • Connect

  • Speak

  • Use Voice Activity

  • Move Members

 

Officer(s)

General Permissions

  • Change Nickname

  • Create instant invite

  • Kick members

  • Manage Channels

  • Ban Members

  • Manage Roles

Text Permissions

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Attach Files

  • Read Message History

  • Mention Everyone

  • USe external Emojis

  • Add Reactions

  • Manage Messages

Voice Permissions

  • Connect

  • Speak

  • Use Voice Activity

  • Move Members

 

Sr.Officer(s)

General Permissions

  • Change Nickname

  • Create instant invite

  • Kick members

  • Manage Channels

  • Ban Members

  • Manage Roles

Text Permissions

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Attach Files

  • Read Message History

  • Mention Everyone

  • USe external Emojis

  • Add Reactions

  • Manage Messages

Voice Permissions

  • Connect

  • Speak

  • Use Voice Activity

  • Move Members

 

General(s)

General Permissions

  • Change Nickname

  • Create instant invite

  • Kick members

  • Manage Channels

  • Ban Members

  • Manage Roles

  • Manage Nicknames

  • Manage Emojis

  • Manage Webhooks

Text Permissions

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Attach Files

  • Read Message History

  • Mention Everyone

  • USe external Emojis

  • Add Reactions

  • Manage Messages

Voice Permissions

  • Connect

  • Speak

  • Use Voice Activity

  • Move Members

  • Mute Members

  • Deafen Members

 

Commander(s)

General Permissions

  • Change Nickname

  • Create instant invite

  • Kick members

  • Manage Channels

  • Ban Members

  • Manage Roles

  • Manage Nicknames

  • Manage Emojis

  • Manage Webhooks

  • Administrator

  • Manage Server

Text Permissions

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Attach Files

  • Read Message History

  • Mention Everyone

  • USe external Emojis

  • Add Reactions

  • Manage Messages

Voice Permissions

  • Connect

  • Speak

  • Use Voice Activity

  • Move Members

  • Mute Members

  • Deafen Members

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Okay, I think I got everything. If anyone sees anything they consider to be incorrect, or anything they think I've missed, then let me know about it by PM.

I will be unpinning a lot of older topics around the forum that contain less up-to-date information than this one here, and I will make an effort to keep this, and ONLY this topic, fully up to date with all existing information and future changes that take place. Therefore this topic should remain the one true, absolute topic of everything applicable to the Clan.

 

Unless for some reason I end up disappearing from OD, in which case it'll probably end up as yet one more out-dated topic.

#JobSecurity

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