Soldiers of Crossman/Recruitment

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Soldiers of Crossman - Recruitment.
Soldiers of Crossman
Soldiers of Crossman


So, you're interested in joining us on our mission to protect the Northwest of Malton?

Excellent.

But before you apply, we'd like to make sure you understand exactly what it is that you're getting into, so here's some basic information about the Soldiers of Crossman (SoC) and what we stand for. If you're not sure you're a good fit for our group, or that we're a good fit for you, this is the place to start. You may have seen some of this information already, but please give it a read-through once again.


What we are like

When we're working, we like to work hard, but if you're looking for a hardcore group with a multitude of coordinated strike teams and rigid activity requirements, that's not us. Our members can come and go as they please (and they do), but we almost always have a mission that our members are welcome to join. We have a variety of ways to be involved in those missions, whether it be as a casual soldier or as a dedicated specialist, and we also actively encourage and support our members who have interesting ideas to coordinate with one another and put them into practice. In between missions, we like to kick back at Crossman PD, pull out a few of our favorite tunes, and crack open a case or two of our favorite drinks.


What's expected of you

The Soldiers of Crossman holds its members to a higher standard. To quickly run through a few basic expectations:

  1. Be active. While real life is always more important than a game, we still expect you to be active, both in the game and on the forum. Check each on a daily basis when you can. It only takes a few minutes.

  2. Be smart. We're not looking to churn out trenchcoat-toting, machine gun-laden killing machines. We want smart soldiers who can follow orders and can spend their AP wisely. Coordinated efforts break down when members fail to use their resources efficiently.

  3. No zerging. Kevan gave us a big game with only one real rule. If you have an alt, they cannot be in SoC, they cannot follow SoC, they cannot work with or for SoC, they cannot support SoC, and they cannot share information with SoC. Keep them away.

  4. Be civil. Members of the SoC act as its representatives in the game. We expect our members to act with civility towards both our allies and our enemies, and to always remember that there is a person behind each character in the game.

  5. Don't PK. We'll tell you who to PK and when it's okay. As a general rule, it's not okay. Don't do it.

How to join

We do most of our work on our forum, so we have more detailed information available on it. For now, you should do the following:

  1. Read through the information on this page.
  2. Create an account on our forum.
  3. Follow the instructions we have posted on the forum.

It's just that simple.

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