Enlisted Ranks

RECRUIT

Firstly you must always implicitly obey orders, without attempting to form any opinion of your own regarding their propriety.
Secondly, you must consider every man your enemy who speaks ill of your king; and thirdly you must hate a Frenchman as you hate the devil.

Horatio Nelson
  • Must be able to attend 1 event per week. Including 1 Training Day. These also includes the warmup session which takes place before the event. 
  • Must mark their attendance or absence for each day using the appropriate command at least 1 hour and a half before the event starts
  • Must respect the orders of the commanding officer under all circumstances
  • Must have and maintain discipline in line
  • Must gain knowledge of basic formations and show effort in avoiding mistakes

PRIVATE

The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.

Walter Bagehot
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to attend 2 event per week. Including 1 Training Day. These also includes the warmup session which takes place before the event. 
  • Must be able to execute all basic formations in all situations
  • Must have knowledge of advanced formations and show effort in avoiding mistakes
  • Must be able to execute commands in rapid succession with no mistakes
  • Must be able to group fight and show effort in attempting to improve on communication and coordination with team members
  • Must be able to use the shooting system including the yards on a basic level (up to 50 meters)
  • Must be able to assist an officer training a new recruit

REGULAR

A few regular troops from old France, weakened by hunger and sickness, who, when fresh, were unable to withstand the British soldiers, are their general's chief dependence.

James Wolfe
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to attend 3 event per week. Including 1 Training Day. These also includes the warmup session which takes place before the event.
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to execute all advanced formations in all situations
  • Must be able to use the shooting system including the yards on a medium level (up to 70 meters)
  • Must be able to train a Recruit in terms of basic formations, melee and shooting
  • Must be able to have a one on one session with a member in order to go through basic melee, shooting or formation concepts
  • Must be able to help other players with game settings and game knowledge
  • Must be able to enforce order in line when misconduct is noticed. This is especially true if it is caused by Fusiliers and above positions

FUSILIER

It was full of dead Prussian Guards, big men, and dead Royal Welch Fusiliers and South Wales Borderers, little men. Not a single tree in the wood remained unbroken.

Phil Carradice
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to attend 4 event per week. Including 1 Training Day. These also includes the warmup session which takes place before the event. 
  • Examples include: GF Team, Community Related Games, And other regiment related events that is within the 45th etc.
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to group fight and communicate as well as coordinate effectively with team members
  • Must be able to use the shooting system including the yards on an advanced level (up to 100 meters)
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to lead a pre-event warmup session which includes melee, formations and shooting training in case of emergency
  • Must be able to have a one on one melee session with a member in order to go through basic and advanced melee, shooting or formation concepts
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to emergency lead during events and handle the responsibility of being second or third in command
  • Must be able to use voice chat
  • Must be able to uphold order in the line within events or training if inappropriate or disturbing behaviour is noticed. In a worst case scenario, disciplinary actions can be taken.
  • Must be involved in the community by taking part in the discussion channels you have access to about members and issues in the regiment as well as occasionally take on the responsibility of handling some of these issues in order to help staff
  • You need to be able to talk with people in a mature manner, even if they are being unreasonable. Offensive words and irresponsible actions are never acceptable
  • Must be able to give helpful advice to Officers during Events. (positioning, opportunities) and show initiative in doing so
  • Through your behaviour and actions you must encourage other people to speak up and confront other members in case they cause issues
  • Must attend Grenadier and Fusilier Meetings (Royalist School)
  • Must be able to organize Grenadier and Fusilier meetings (Royalist School)

GRENADIER

Of the quaking recruit, three pitched battles make a grim grenadier; and he who shrank from the muzzle of a cannon, is now ready to yield his mustache for a sponge.

Herman Melville
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to attend 5 event per week. Including 1 Training Day. These also includes the warmup session which takes place before the event. 
  • Examples include: GF Team, Community Related Games, And other regiment related events that is within the 45th etc.
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to lead a pre-event warmup session which includes melee, formations and shooting training (at least 1 in a week)
  • Must be able to teach and train members advanced melee, formations and shooting
  • Must be able to act as a second or third in command or even lead in case of emergency or occasionally when it is requested
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be involved in the community by taking part in the discussion channels you have access to about members and issues in the regiment as well as taking the initiative and responsibility of handling some of these issues in order to help staff
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to moderate a Grenadier and Fusilier meeting (Royalist School)
  • Must be recruiting for 2 hours in a month
  • Must be able to tell recruits about our regiment on a basic level

GUARDSMAN

Out of every one hundred men, ten shouldn’t even be there, eighty are just targets, nine are the real fighters, and we are lucky to have them, for they make the battle. Ah, but the one, one is a warrior, and he will bring the others back.

Heraclitus
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to attend 5 event per week. Including 1 Training Day. These also includes the warmup session which takes place before the event. 
  • Examples include: GF Team, Community Related Games, And other regiment related events that is within the 45th etc.
  • You are expected to come on time by yourself and in case it is not possible, the rest of the staff must be informed as early as possible
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • You are expected to make a Week Plan for drilling or even take Officer slots if you believe you are able to handle the heat of battle. Two drilling days per week at least are necessary
  • You must be open to learning new tactics and play styles during events and always be open and respectful when acquiring feedback on your leading
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • It is expected from you to encourage others to confront people they have issues with in a mature manner and as soon as the problem is discovered
  • You need to keep the staff updated about your schedule and inform them about relevant changes, especially if you are performing administrative work or you have other responsibilities ongoing
  • You need to be able to confront people you have issues with, trying to solve the issues in a peaceful manner at first and more directly afterwards if the issue cannot be resolved peacefully, but never by using offensive words or actions
  • You have to be able to talk to harsh officers or higher rank members in general from now on in order to maintain order and discuss issues related to behaviour and decision making
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • You are expected to communicate with us at a full level, even Job level to a degree, since you are a representative of the regiment. As a result the tasks you are managing are your full responsibility and you must inform staff or other Royalist School members if you are not able to fulfil your duty.
    First you must ping a specific member to ensure it will be taken.
    Secondly, the rest of the members should be pinged in the appropriate communication channels.
  • Must be occasionally involved in pre planning events with help from other members of staff
  • You need to be able to give a weekly report (if you are running a detachment such as artillery or light infantry or others) regarding activity and achievements
  • Must be able to note down the people who are late or not attending by checking the game and the TeamSpeak server a few minutes after training starts if you are given this task by a staff member
  • You must not at any Point release or leak any information from the staff channels or private conversations, as it might cause Issues that could have been avoided. If you have been given permission by the ESO Team, then you will be instructed on how to proceed.
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be recruiting for 4 hours in a month
  • Must be able to invite recruits to our social platforms

ESO/NCO REQUIREMENTS

Battles are sometimes won by generals; wars are nearly always won by sergeants and privates.

F. E. Adcock
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to attend 5 event per week. Including 1 Training Day. These also includes the warmup session which takes place before the event. 
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to lead any sort of training event including and especially melee training. Attempts to deliberately avoid certain days will create abad mark on your record.
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • You are expected to make a Week Plan for drilling or even take Officer slots for each week. Four drilling and Officer days per week at least are necessary regardless of whether you will get picked or not. The intent matters. Higher ranks require even more
  • You need to be able to lead on a full-frontal basis, learn new tactics and play styles during events or acquiring feedback on your leading.
  • You need to be able to listen to the desires or feedback of the other members and always acknowledge them in a clear verbal manner especially while leading, unless the dangerous situation you are in does not allow it
  • Explaining your plan as well as pre planning before the Event is mandatory and must always be done verbally in every event as well as outside events
  • You need to be able to delegate positions like AUX, 2nd, 3rd and 4th in Command
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be fully committed to the community and take initiative to solve issues in regards to miscommunication and frustrating issues affecting some members. These issues must not be only related to the game
  • Staff members are to connect to discords or communication platforms that are connected to the events that we are attending on the weekly basis
  • Must provide weekly report on your Life and Schedule for our Promotions as well as reflecting on the week, what has been done well and not so well and what can be improved
  • Must be able to keep the regiment in good behaviour when it comes to dealing with toxic behaviour from other Regiments. Be a positive influence in regards to communication with other regiments!
  • Must take the initiative to learn and seek help from other staff members in order to learn if necessary
  • Must be able to maintain composure and work towards a positive outcome in the harshest situations in terms of communication
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be able to plan events for the regiment as well as take care of the details with the other staff members
  • Must be able to create events by using te appropriate commands in Discord
  • Must be able to use various Discord commands to handle your responsibilities as well as taking care of the TeamSpeak 3 server roles and other management activities
  • You need to be able to actively use the admin tools provided in the in-game Server
  • Must be able to perform create the final pre-planning for drilling and leading also known as the weekplan with the rest of the staff members
  • Must be able to note down the people who are late or not attending
  • Must take responsibility for completing the database with the people who are absent, late or not attending
  • Once the responsibility of handling events or dealing with another regiment was assumed by you either verbally or in writing, then you are fully responsible for your actions. Disciplinary actions may be taken against you in case your actions create problems for the events, the regiment, other members or damage the relationship with other regiments in any way
  • Staff members are to seek new opportunities such as new events and come up with backup plans in case events are not hosted in some circumstances or issues occur.
     
  • Must fulfil all the responsibilities of the previous ranks for this category
  • Must be recruiting for 6 hours in a month
  • Must be able to offer recruits all the information they could possibly need and handle the recruiting process 100% on their own
  • Staff members are to check the enlistment email and make sure that it’s checked on a daily basis

Responsibilites of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th in command

  • Must be able to lead the line efficiently
  • Must have awareness of the battle field and the positioning of friendly and enemy forces in order to take advantage of various opportunities
  • Must be able to communicate his intent and maintain a link with second and third in command at all times as well as members of other regiments on occasion
  • Must scout and may leave the line temporarily for this purpose
  • Must repeat commands if orders have a tendency of not being respected or if first in command cannot be heard clearly as well as point out people out by name if they are absolutely sure they saw them misbehaving or not respecting orders if third on command fails to do so in time
  • Must be able to take people out of line at any time he deems necessary if they are 2 people. If more are required, he or she must receive confirmation from the first in command
  • Must point out to third and fourth in command the fact that they are not performing their duties properly if that is the case and if the issue is repeated, second in command can choose to replace that person
  • Must watch over first in command and take over if need be. In order for that to happen, first in command must perform poorly in the line battle and / or take poor decisions and have at least two other members confirm the issue. He or she may chose to tell the person not respecting his or her duties what the issue is and what is needed to solve the issue (ex: not pointing out issues with line formations).
    If there is support from 2 other members and the issue repeats, it is allowed to take the position of that member
  • Must repeat commands if orders have a tendency of not being respected or if first in command cannot be heard clearly as well as point out people out by name if they are absolutely sure they saw them misbehaving or not respecting orders
  • Can taking people out of line only with permission from second or first in command
  • Mainly makes sure that the line is in good order and respects commands and must immediately point out mistakes verbally if they happen
  • Must watch over first and second in command and take over if need be. In order for that to happen, he or she must preferably announce the issue to first in command privately and have at least two other members confirm the issue. He or she may chose to tell the person not respecting his or her duties what the issue is and what is needed to solve the issue (ex: not pointing out issues with line formations).
    If there is support from 2 other members and the issue repeats, it is allowed to take the position of that member
  • Must watch over first, second and third in command and take over if need be. In order for that to happen, he or she must preferably announce the issue to first in command privately and have at least two other members confirm the issue. He or she may chose to tell the person not respecting his or her duties what the issue is and what is needed to solve the issue (ex: not pointing out issues with line formations).
    If there is support from 2 other members and the issue repeats, it is allowed to take the position of that member
  • You also suppose to take care of the paper work in terms of admin issues and also direct problems to another channel and sort it out between the staff members. And In circumstance also replace 1st 2nd and 3rd if need be. As an example if you want to talk with 1st In command about an issue. Then wait until the end of the round and drag him out and ask 2nd in command to become first in command for that temporary time

Responsibilites of Officers, Guardsmen and Grenadiers

  • The way you handle things in an event and your mood will carry over to the members and can influence their mood, motivation, performance and even attendance in the long run
  • No matter if you are frustrated with an event or a person, the event must go on so it is important to keep that in mind when you get frustrated and that feeling should be expressed separately in a private conversation with other staff members and not publicly
  • It is important to know what is expected of you as it is important to do your part in making the regiment a better place. This page is meant to help guide you in the right direction