TraineesTrainee is the entry level title to ADASTRA. You will remain at this rank for a period of one month. During this time, they can get a feel for ADASTRA and decide if our guild is for them. This initiation period also gives ADASTRA a chance to get to know a recruit and to determine if they will be invited to become a full member of ADASTRA. Once they have completed the mandatory one month, they will be promoted to a Knight.
KnightKnights are anyone joining ADASTRA that have completed their time as a trainee and met the above requirements.
ChampionChampions make up the bulk of ADASTRA and its foundation. They are the driving force of ADASTRA and should be of high moral. Champions are to represent the guild in high fashion and to promote ADASTRA to the community. They are responsible for helping anyone of lower rank with issues they may have in game. A member of ADASTRA will need to meet the following requirements in order to be considered for the title of Champion:
Elite ChampionThis is the highest non-officer rank. If a person reaches this rank, they are deserving of great honors. They have proven themselves not only as a helper and mentor, but also as a guide, warrior, and leader of a group. They are truly a valuable member of the guild. But, more challenges await them if they are willing. Promotion to the rank of Ascendant requires the member to meet the following requirements:
AscendantThis rank holds no extra privileges other then title and respect. Upon reaching level 70 or the level cap and meeting all the above requirements you shall be an honorary member and receive the title of Ascendant.The High CouncilThe High Council serves to advise the Guild Master regarding governance of the guild. The High Council can pass binding resolutions regarding guild governance by a two-thirds majority vote. Only the High Council and the Guild Master can remove a member from the guild. This rank is limited to five players.
Officers in ADASTRA hold a special position of trust and honor. Officers should follow this code more than anyone else and set the example for others. Part of this code that all officers must uphold is to be positive about all members and about all aspects of the game. Officers need to strive to create a good gaming environment. This sometimes mean putting the needs of others above your own.
Officers are required to recognize good performance, behavior, and outstanding members. Praise is better in public, so always feel free to complement someone in /guild chat.
Officers are required to be an active participant in the game. The officer or one of the officer’s alts should be a regular player and be involved in the guild and guild website and should attend guild functions.Officers failing to play by this code can be demoted to non-officer ranks