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The Commander is the guild master and the final word in authority. He is over the entire guild and has the last say in every matter.
Permissions:
This rank grants the Site Admin Role.
Members:
Buruk
The First Officer is second in command over the entire guild. There’s really not much more to it than that. They have the authority over everyone, except in the cases when Command designates a Mystic, Mage, or Lieutenant as leader in a battle.
Permissions:
This rank grants the Admin Role.
The Advisor is a general Command member whose purpose is to be a middle-man between the average member and the rest of Command. If a member has an issue, he or she should speak to an Advisor, who will then do his or her best to solve the issue, and if necessary, inform the other members of Command.
Permissions:
This rank grants the Moderator Role.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
The Recruiter is in charge of all recruitment efforts. He or she will help you along the process of becoming a member and explaining what The Illuminati is all about.
Permissions:
This rank grants the Officer Role.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
The Treasurer manages the guild’s funds and oversees the guild’s bank. If you need a loan for some gear or want to take some gear out of the guild bank, please talk to this person. Their task is to balance helping you as much as possible and keeping the guild from going bankrupt.
Permissions:
This rank grants the Officer Role.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
The Event Leader is in charge of scheduling events (obviously) like flashpoints, warzones, ops, or roleplaying events. He or she updates the guild website with calendars, notifications, and more information about upcoming things to look forward to and generally helps the guild meet more efficiently.
Permissions:
This rank grants the Admin Role.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
The Master of the Force is a one-person rank in Command. He or she is in command of the entire Blades Division—made up of Knights and Consulars. Anyone who uses a blade, lightsaber, vibrosword, etc. answers to this person. The Commander and other members of Command will assign this position based on personal judgment: there is no specific way to earn this rank.
Permissions:
This rank grants the Officer Role.
This person has a steady dedication to PvE, and regularly goes on ops and flashpoints. To become a Mystic, you have to have a good bit of experience behind you, and most likely be lvl 50. Mystics have the authority to command lower ranking members during any sort of PvE battle as they see fit. If those in Command give them permission, they may also order higher-ranking, non-PvE members.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
This person has a steady dedication to PvP, and regularly does warzones. To become a Mage, an appropriate Valor rank will be set as a requirement. When someone reaches this Valor rank, they may be evaluated by a Command member for promotion. In most circumstances, Mages will also be lvl 50. Mages have the authority to command lower ranking members during any sort of PvP battle as they see fit. If those in Command give them permission, they may also order higher-ranking, non-PvP members.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
Rogue Knights are regular “raiders” who often do warzones, flashpoints, or ops. They either haven’t met the requirements for promotion, do not desire a leadership position, or feel that their schedule is not consistent enough to warrant the promotion. They may command those of lower rank (in battle), under the approval of the leader in charge.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
Acolytes are regular rp players who don’t do many competitive events such as warzones, flashpoints, or ops. They do maintain constant interaction with the guild in the form of roleplay.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
Apprentices are players who have been with the guild long enough so that they aren’t considered a recruit anymore. However, they do not roleplay enough or compete in PvE or PvP enough to warrant their promotion to a higher rank yet. Members who have been gone for a long period of time without warning will be demoted to the rank of Apprentice.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
Recruits are (obviously) new members who have just joined and have not been with the guild long enough to rise to the rank of Apprentice. Most members should rise out of this rank fairly fast, assuming they interact with the guild enough. The minimum time required for this rank is one week. After one week, they are automatically promoted to the rank of Apprentice, unless those members choose to leave the guild within that time.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
This rank is for alts of members (regardless of the member’s rank). If the alt proves worthy, at the discretion of Command, the alt may be promoted to a higher rank. Friends who are invited to the guild without a serious commitment will assume this rank until they either leave the guild or decide to commit to staying in the guild, in which case they will be promoted to Recruit and so on and so forth.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
The Major is a one-person rank in Command. He or she is in command of the entire Blaster Division—made up of Troopers and Smugglers. Anyone who uses a gun answers to this person. The Commander and other members of Command will assign this position based on personal judgment: there is no specific way to earn this rank.
Permissions:
This rank grants the Officer Role.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
This person has a steady dedication to PvE, and regularly goes on ops and flashpoints. To become a 1st lieutenant, you have to have a good bit of experience behind you, and most likely be lvl 50. 1st lieutenants have the authority to command lower ranking members during any sort of PvE battle as they see fit. If those in Command give them permission, they may also order higher-ranking, non-PvE members.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
This person has a steady dedication to PvP, and regularly does warzones. To become a 2nd Lieutenant, an appropriate Valor rank will be set as a requirement. When someone reaches this Valor rank, they may be evaluated by a Command member for promotion. In most circumstances, 2nd lieutenants will also be lvl 50. 2nd lieutenants have the authority to command lower ranking members during any sort of PvP battle as they see fit. If those in Command give them permission, they may also order higher-ranking, non-PvP members.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
Sergeants are regular “raiders” who often do warzones, flashpoints, or ops. They either haven’t met the requirements for promotion, do not desire a leadership position, or feel that their schedule is not consistent enough to warrant the promotion. They may command members of lower rank (in battle), under the approval of the leader in charge.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
Corporals are regular rp players who don’t do many competitive events such as warzones, flashpoints, or ops. They do maintain constant interaction with the guild in the form of roleplay.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.
Privates are players who have been with the guild long enough so that they aren’t considered a recruit anymore. However, they do not roleplay enough or compete in PvE or PvP enough to warrant their promotion to a higher rank yet. Members who have been gone for a long period of time without warning will be demoted to the rank of Private.
Permissions:
This rank grants no special permissions.
Members:
There are no members assigned to this rank.