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Responsibilities of a Community Member from CR1 to CR3
« on: September 18, 2017, 11:40:24 am »
Introduction
Community Rank (CR) are the underlying permissions given to a player. For example CR4 permissions are granted to a Corporal, these include access to server admin, staff board, etc. Should he decide to step down from that leadership position he still keeps access to his awarded permissions (in this case CR4), and can continue to help in an administrative role.

CR1, 2, and 3 are  the equivalents to Recruit, Private and Lance Corporal. These ranks make up the the "Enlisted" or "Member" category in the 4th/KO.

Recruit and Private (CR1 - CR2)
These two ranks make up the majority of the unit. Their responsibilities form the foundation for all others.

These ranks are responsible for:
1. Attending Events.
2. Staying in touch with their section.
3. Using the attendance system.
4. Maintaining a high level of skill and self control.
5. Representing the unit in a positive light.

Lance Corporal (CR3)
This rank has the same responsibilities as the other enlisted ranks but has added ones as well. A Lance Corporal is a person who has put forward the interest to take up greater responsibilities in the unit. They are selected through a trial system for which they apply for anonymously. This system is fleshed out to allow for flexibility in the way that each Lance Corporal is able to assist the Staff of the unit. CR3 is also be given to people who hold the rank of Private, they act as backup admins and help fill in roles when staff members are away. CR3 gives them access to the Staff sections of the forum and the admin pass for servers. Additionally, in Post Scriptum Lance Corporals are responsible for the Bren Group of each Section.


Self Control - The ability to control oneself, in particular one's emotions and desires or the expression of them in one's behavior, especially in difficult situations.
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