medals to earn

REGIMENTAL MELEE MEDALS AWARDS

Melee Medal One
  • Being able to block an opponent from a low level of consistency who is an experienced Fusilier/Grenadier and has been verified for by the Staff. 
  • Being able to feint as well as feint stab.
  • Being able to keep your spacing to your opponent with the minimum taught in exercises consistently and seen.
  • Being able to fight near friendly units with the right spacing also taught in Exercises. Consistently – Verification higher op og sound or recording.
  • Being able to fallback when needed and regroup with the rest of the unit consistently in multiple events – Will be verified by the regimental Staff.
  • Being able to stick with the rest of the group during the Linebattle engagement and not running off by yourself without permission.
  • Being able to avoid causing teamkilling In multiple events.
MELEE MEDAL TWO
  • Fulfilled everything previous to the past medals.
  • Being able to block an opponent from a Medium level of consistency who is an experienced Fusilier/Grenadier and has been verified for by the Staff.
  • Being able to spin and dodge multiple attacks from an enemy opponent.
  • Being able to get around the enemy opponent during a fight and stabbing them consistently.
  • Being able to keep your spacing and change your stance during melee while fighting enemy opponents.
  • Being able to hold against someone better than you in melee until help arrives – Verification higher op og sound or recording.
  • Shoving someone to prevent them from stabbing you with good timing. Knowing which situations to shove and which not.
MELEE MEDAL THREE
  • Fulfilled everything previous to the past medals.
  • Being able to block an opponent from a Excellent level of consistency who is an experienced Fusilier/Grenadier and has been verified for by the Staff.
  • Being able to fight on an excellent level in melee equal to some of the best aspects of a Group fighting.
  • Being ready to improve your melee play style and consistently show improvements over weeks depending on the performance shown in Linebattles and outside Linebattle hours.
  • Being able to finish up a fight quickly enough to connect with the rest of the group during Linebattles or Groupfighting matches.
  • Being able to fight some of our best melee players within the regiment and improve constantly over weeks and do first to sevens with them. – Verification higher op og sound or recording.

REGIMENTAL SHARPSHOOTER MEDALS AWARDS

Sharpshooter Medal One
  • Knowing the Yards System when an officer is giving commands.
  • Being able to adjust your Aim according to the shooting System when you believe. that a leading person is giving the wrong yard. And adapt it to the right one.
  • Being able to tell everyone which yard you hit on doing Linebattle matches.
  • Being able to get close shots near the target given by an officer consistently.
SHARPSHOOTER MEDAL TWO
  • Knowing the Yards System fully well enough to teach others.
  • Being able to blind fire over blinded spots during engagements against enemy companies or units.
  • Knowing where to aim during combat against an enemy adversary on an excellent level.
  • And being able to spot enemy troops on long-distance.
SHARPSHOOTER MEDAL THREE
  • Being able to describe the position of the enemy troops to the commanding officer.
  • Being able to give new ideas for the shooting system as well as to adapt or better teachings of the current System.
  • Being able to teach others within the regiment how our shooting system works.
  • Being able to adapt to new systems when updates come out and adjust yourself to that System.

REGIMENTAL CANNONEER MEDALS AWARDS

Cannoneer Medal One
  • Being Able to hit shots at a decent rate.
  • Being able to spot and call out enemy lines.
  • Being able to defend arty should it be attacked.
CANNONEER MEDAL TWO
  • Being able to hit shots at a good rate.
  • Being able to spot and call out enemy lines.
  • Being able to defend arty should it be attacked.
  • Being able to corporate with friendly lines.
  • Being able to drill shooting cannons at a basic level.
  • Being able to play sapper on a decent level.
  • Knowing the base arty spots on most of the default maps.
CANNONEER MEDAL THREE
  • Being able to hit shots at a very good rate.
  • Being able to spot and call out enemy lines to allies.
  • Being able to defend arty should it be attacked.
  • Being able to corporate with friendly lines.
  • Being able to drill shooting cannons at a high level to be effective.
  • Being able to play sapper on an excellent level and know all the building formations.

REGIMENTAL DISCIPLINE MEDALS AWARDS

Discipline Medal One
  • Being able to follow commands.
  • Being able to be silent when needed.
  • Being able to correct brothers within the ranks when they are doing something wrong in a proper manner.
  • Being able to Adjust the Line and form the line while no High Command officer is nearby.
  • Being able to take initiative to get things done during events.
  • Being able to hold one’s desires to troll around at bay.
  • Being able to follow the Chain of Command.
DISCIPLINE MEDAL TWO
  • Being able to follow the commanding officer and point out enemy forces.
  • Being able to stay calm and follow commands on engagements.
  • Being able to do our formations without a mistake during close engagements.
  • Being able to adjust your aiming capacity to the right direction upon order given.
  • Being able to be reasonably harsh towards members trolling around.
  • Being able to correct an officer’s commands if they make any wrong ones.
  • Being able to follow and say commands on a direct level.
  • Being able to follow the Chain of Command.
DISCIPLINE MEDAL THREE
  • Being able to control your own Tone Level. Also known as the three steps.
  • Being able to direct other members within the regimental group towards the right path.
  • Being able to reason with the enlisted members within the line and make sure they follow the commanding officer.
  • Being able to reason with a new recruited member and make sure they follow the rules.
  • Being able to keep the Officers accountable for mistakes and point them out plainly after the event. Within a reasonable state.
  • Understanding the Regimental ways and the way we function as a whole and what is right and what’s wrong when it comes to our traditions.
  • Being able to take initiative to change aspects of the regiment.
  • Respecting the Chain of Command.

REGIMENTAL ATTENDING MEDALS AWARDS

Attending Medal One
  • Being able to write in our attendance channel on a daily basis and consistently.
  • Following our communication rules on writing.
  • Being able to write while you are late on a reasonable level as well.
  • Being able come on time and attend our warmups including the event.
  • Being able to be transparent but reasonable within your absent schedule.
  • Able to conduct LOA’s on a reasonable level after attending a good period.
  • Being able to put the regiment and your work schedule on a good level.
  • Being able to attend Training Days without a sweat. And meeting on them!
  • Attending 4 events on two weekly basis.
ATTENDING MEDAL TWO
  • Being able to write in our attendance channel on a daily basis and consistently.
  • Following our communication rules on writing.
  • Being able to write while you are late on a reasonable level as well.
  • Being able come on time and attend our warmups including the event.
  • Being able to be transparent but reasonable within your absent schedule.
  • Able to conduct LOA’s on a reasonable level after attending a good period.
  • Being able to put the regiment and your work schedule on a good level.
  • Being able to attend Training Days without a sweat. And meeting on them!
  • Attending 5 events on three weekly basis.
ATTENDING MEDAL THREE
  • Being able to write in our attendance channel on a daily basis and consistently.
  • Following our communication rules on writing.
  • Being able to write while you are late on a reasonable level as well.
  • Being able come on time and attend our warmups including the event.
  • Being able to be transparent but reasonable within your absent schedule.
  • Able to conduct LOA’s on a reasonable level after attending a good period.
  • Being able to put the regiment and your work schedule on a good level.
  • Being able to attend Training Days without a sweat. And meeting on them!
  • Attending 6 events on four weekly basis.

Note: Any Medals can be lost if you do not accomplish the requirement anymore