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PostSubject: Guild Rules set by Nosforato and the Officers!   Fri May 14, 2010 5:40 pm

FIVE CORNERSTONES OF THE COUNCIL

1. - Respect -
All members are expected to remain respectful to all other members of the guild, the server, and players of WoW, in guild chat, in whispers and on the realm forums.

2. - Teamwork -
All members are expected to help one another at all times to achieve our common goals.

3. - Integrity -
All members are expected to conduct themselves with integrity.

4. - Common Sense -
All members and all officers shall tackle all issues with common sense in all actions. We foster a drama free environment, if you have any issues get in touch with any officer. If an officer isn’t immediately available, get in touch with another member of the core group.

5. bounce - Fun!!!! - bounce
No matter the content that we tackle, whatever trials and tribulations we face our ultimate goal is always to have fun.


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PostSubject: Re: Guild Rules set by Nosforato and the Officers!   Fri May 14, 2010 5:47 pm

STRUCTURE, RANKS, AND LEADERSHIP

The Council is structured into the following ranks GM, Vice GM, Officers, Core, Raider, Raider Initiate, Member.

- Member/Social -
This rank denotes a player in the guild that does not raid, wish to raid, or has lost raiding privileges. This rank is used primarily for friends and family or for players that wish to remain a part of The Council, but can no longer commit to raiding requirements. This rank will also be used on the rare occasions when someone may still wish to raid but has failed to meet the raiding criteria outlined in the RaidPoints section. Refer to the RaidPoints section of this charter for information on going from Member to Raider-Initiate.

- Raider Initiate -
New members recently invited to The Council; this is a chance for us to get to know you, and you to know us. This is also a chance for you to familiarize yourself with the RaidPoints section of this charter and determine if Raiding is what you are looking for. At the end of 6 raids there will be a meeting with you and the officers to decide if you progress to raider status. Refer to the RaidPoints section of this charter to determine the simple steps you must do to become and stay a raider. If it is decided you are someone that contribute to the guild, but do not qualify as a Raider at the end of 5 raids, a series of another 5 raids will be used to see if promotion is warranted.

- Raider -
The Council’s most common and important rank. A Council Raider is what enables the guild to move forward, to achieve the progression goals we set, and to function viably throughout Wrath of the Lich King. Players at this rank are expected to uphold all principles of The Council and adhere to the RaidPoints criterion. A Raider is expected to be actively raiding, we do understand real life comes up from time to time, but the raiding rank is so that we can assess the current levels of our raid force and allow for the sudden alterations to a raiding schedule that real life brings. If you are unable to be actively raiding, moving to the Member level is possible until you are able to resume active raiding- upon which 6 raids will be used as trial

- Core -
The Core rank is to be used for Players that have demonstrated a strong raiding gameplay and continued commitment to The Council’s RaidPoints. In addition, and key to this rank, Core Players will make ALL raids scheduled for each raid week. Intermittent absences are understandable; they will be few and commonly months apart. Core players will be asked to act as points of reference for raid gameplay for other players and will assist their officers in the functionality of current class personnel in all matters of raiding. They are the NPCs of the guild. Lastly, to accept the Core position means a player is also willing to understand what the rank entails, and must be willing to self-demote upon the happenstance that they are unable to meet all of the rank’s responsibilities.

- Guild Master -
The Guild Master is responsible for setting the overall direction of the guild. The guild master can invite new members, has the power to kick members, and has the final say in all matters discussed by the officer core and the guild as a whole.

- Alt Policy -
All members of The Council and above are entitled to all level 85 alt’s, which will hold the same rank as their main, but the privilege and rank is associated with the main only.

- Account Sharing -
We do not allow toons played by multiple people. It is expected that it is you at the keyboard when your toon is online.


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PostSubject: Re: Guild Rules set by Nosforato and the Officers!   Fri May 14, 2010 5:53 pm

RAIDING

- Raid basics -
All raiding players must install and run the following addons: a Raid Assist mod (readily available- ORA, CT Raid etc), DBM, the current Threatmeter used by the guild, plus appropriate class addons.

- All raiding players must log into Ventrilo during the raid event. Vent discipline is important during encounters, during combat it is expected that comments be limited to dps calls, healing rotations, target changes and so on.

- The Council raid invites start at 19:45 server.

- Raid days are Thursdays, Sundays and Tuesdays; 19:45 until midnight.

- All members should be in front of the instance 15 minutes before raid time, fully equipped with flasks and food buffs.

- The raid leader has final say on all strategies, pulls, tanks etc, and may delegate certain assignments to be given to the class officers or other players. If you have suggestions please handle them appropriately via a whisper to your class officer or in your class type channel.

- The Council uses the EPGP loot system for 25 man instances and free rolls for 10 mans. Common sense rules over all loot issues, i.e. tanks shall not roll on dps loot, dps shall not roll on tank loot.

-All raid kills will be master looted by the raid leader or designate.

-Raiding is primarily conducted by Raiders, Core Players and Officers, but Members and Raider Initiates are viable substitutes if the Raid Leader deems it acceptable to the content being tackled

- Pugging -

- Pugging is allowed when confirmed by an officer.

- Baridin Hold is puggable.

- On the chance that you may on occasions make PuG raids either main or alt: Reserving items is NOT tollerated. Treat other players of other guilds like you would your own.


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PostSubject: Re: Guild Rules set by Nosforato and the Officers!   Fri May 14, 2010 6:01 pm

RAIDPOINTS

- The Council’s Raiding Philosophy -
We are a raiding guild. We are not a hardcore raiding guild or a casual raiding guild. We do foster an atmosphere of acceptance and comraderie that we understand draws people to this guild ... and keeps them here for a long time. It is this culture that we must balance with our raiding goals in order to keep Council the singular guild of its type on Twilight’s Hammer. This means we want to hold onto the players that may only be able to raid once a week- and allow those that can raid four times a week to see what content is available. IN conjuction with the mechanic changes instituted by Blizzard in WOTLK, the following points are how we will do that.

- POINT 1 - Raid eligibility -

- Core, Raiders and Raider Initiates are eligible to raid

IN ORDER TO RAID YOU MUST:
- Read the boss strategy posted by the GM.
- Bring class appropriate consumables as listed by your the officers in your class forum
- Sign up from the 1st to the 30/31st for the raids you expect to make and would like to be considered for the following week.


- POINT 2 - Raid Signups -

- The Council uses a raid signup format in Wrath of the Lich King to fill out raids for the coming raid week. Our raids will take place from Tuesday, Thursday, Mondays and Sunday’s at 7:30pm server. IF that schedule needs to change, it will be addressed at such time when a change would benefit the guild.
- You must signup for the raids. If you do not, you cannot raid that week.
- You must only signup for the days that you know you can be at said raid.
- You may signup for only one day if that is all you can do.
- Core players do not have to sign up for raids.

- ROTATIONS -

- It may become necessary to rotate players based on schedule
- ALL RAIDERS ARE EXPECTED TO BE AWARE OF THEIR SCHEDULE and be willing to work out scheduling conflicts with others. This is to save on officer burnout in the guild, although the officers will do their best in scheduling/rotating.
- When you are placed in a raid for a day you signed up for, an invite will be sent to you via the in-game calendar in World of Warcraft. You will know your raids ahead of time.
- The invites will go out on the 1st day of each new month.


- POINT 3 - Raid Discipline -

Promotions and demotions will be made based on raiding. The scale is as follows:

Member - Raider Initiate - Raider - Core

Member does not raid. A member that wishes to begin/resume raiding must approach their class officer.

- If a raider-initiate demonstrates they can meet all of POINT 1 they will be promoted to Raider after 6 Raids at Raider Initiate. Refer to the Rank of Core listed in the charter for information on how to achieve Core rank.
- If a player no longer meets one of the criteria in POINT 1, that player will be given 6 raids to fulfill that criteria. If at the end of the six raids that member has met that criteria they remain at the rank they were currently at. If they do not they will be placed to member and will have to confer with their class office to be considered for Raider-Initiate once again.

The Consensus of the Officers (4 officers or more in agreement) Amendment

The criteria in POINT 1 is not affected by a Consensus of the Officers. A Consensus of the Officers (4 officers or more in agreement) must be reached in determining if a players actions, attitude, and or gameplay is proving to be detremental to the raid. If this is the case, that player will be given 2 raids on which to improve or will be demoted to member.

- Use of Wow Web Stats, Class Officer and Core player observations, and guild observations made to Class Officer or Core members will be used to advise the player who is being demoted.
- The goal is to improve the player.
- If placed on member status as a result of a Consensus, the player will remain at member for a minimum of 6 raids.
- The player will need to confer with the officer’s to be moved to Raider Initiate.
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