#1 Halo Reach Clan ~Dropshock Brigade

IMPORTANT INFO

-We are a professional clan not in our game style but in the way we act in game if you don't respect other players don't bother joining THAT MEANS TO ****

-Our Website is http://www.dropshock.net

-You don't need to be a skilled player to join just mature

- If you have any questions whatsoever add me on XBL KingBlazeIzRipN and I can answer your questions

-Mention that I (Blaze) recruited you this is crutial in your enlistment process

-All of the following is important and should be read it will give you a great understanding of us

 

 

 

 

What we have to offer

 

Medals & Ribbons

-A medal signifies a soldier who has achieved a certain requirement and has been rewarded a medal for it. Ribbons are awarded for achievements such as sponsoring a recruit, recruiting new members, winning clan matches and for being active. These medals are shown on your site profile for everyone to acknowledge your achievements.

 

Promotions

-Promotions are given upon either the completion of training, or the achievement of a quota. Be active, loyal, show leadership, achieve merit, etc. and you may just receive a promotion.

 

Organization

-We are a well-organized clan with a Roster. Members are organized into divisions and more recently platoons based upon where they live, and their timezone.

 

What you need to enlist

 

In the Brigade, we run a strict operation, not anyone can join us. Read the following quota and see if you qualify.

 

> Must be a mature player 

> Must have access to a computer 

> Must own an xbox 360 

> Must own a copy of Halo Reach 

> Must be 14 or older 

> Must actively play the game 

> Must not be in another clan 

> Must check the forums on a daily basis

 

How to enlist

 

Before joining us, you must register on our site. 

To register, you must go to the registration page of our site http://dropshock.net/register.php and fill out the proper information, an email will be sent to the address you provided to confirmation. Once your email is confirmed, you may login with your new account and click enlists. Don't forget to mention somewhere in your enlistment who recruited you which would be me (Blaze). THIS IS CRUTIAL TO YOUR ENLISTMENT PROCESS

 

When filling out your enlistment request: 

> Use complete sentences. 

> Use proper grammar. 

> Fill out every field. 

> Login once every three days.

> Mention who recruited you (Blaze)

 

Attention, you have only 2 chances to enlist. After your two chances are up, you are gone; you have ruined any chance to become a part of the Battalion. We are very generous by granting you two chances; make sure you get it right on the first try.

 

Rules and Regulations

 

Respect

- Respect is a very important virtue for each and every Helljumper.

- Not only do you respect your superior officer, but you will respect every battalion personnel, and player of the game as well. Excessive cussing, cursing, and utter profanity is neither impressive nor tolerated. Keep it to an absolute minimum.

- Treat every non-personnel as a potential recruit, and most importantly, always represent the battalion in the best manner by simply following these regulations.

 

Honor

- The battalion does not, in any way, condone or support cheating, glitching or modding both in or out of matchmaking. Play fair, and to the rules of the game.

- Never pretend to be or impersonate another member, do not put your rank as higher than you actually are.

- All personnel shall report any breach in these rules to a staff member immediately. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action.

- Trash talk and instigation is not tolerated in any forms.

- Absolutely no ****, Body Melee, or any other form of disrespect to the dead is tolerated in any area of the game. Breach of this regulation will result in running many laps, repeated offenses will result in demotion. There is zero tolerance policy on this matter.

 

Loyalty

- Battalion personnel shall not have concurrent membership with any other clan, community, or organizations.

- No personnel shall deviate from the clan structure or create any new institutions/organizations within the clan without proper authorization.

- Follow all orders given to you by your superiors. No questions asked.

 

Duty

- Participate in all activities, if not possible, then make sure to inform your commanding officer that you will be unable to attend the event.

- All personnel shall wear the appropriate clan emblem, unless otherwise approved by an officer.

- All personnel must support the battalion 100%, it is a collaboration of effort from all personnel, not just a few people.

- Always play our main supported game more than any other game. If you are constantly playing another game other than our supported game, you will be consulted by an officer, and warned. If warnings are not heeded, demotions and discharge may result.

- All personnel are held to these expectations regardless what Gamertag they are using.

 

Discipline

- Never interrupt a superior when they are talking.

- When you are told to be quiet in a pre-game lobby, it is expected to be done so instantly, if you are booted from the party for talking, do not make the same mistake twice.

- Do not instigate before a matchmaking game.

- Always appear as professional as possible.

- Do not ask for a promotion, this may lead to a demotion.

- Do not abuse any power given to you.

- All personnel are held to these expectations regardless what Gamertag they are using.

- All unsaid rules are expected out of proper behavior.

- No standing on Omi's Head.

 

Punishments

- When we need to discipline personnel, you run laps.

- Laps are done, on the biggest @@@ map we can find, so that way, it is that much more agonizingly boring for you, the victim.

- Laps are reserved for lesser punishments, while higher punishments usually result in demotions or discharges.

- We reserve the right to invent any other form of punishment that we may think of either whilst you are running laps, or before the punishment is enacted.

 

Superior Officers

 

If an officer requests party leader, it is your responsibility to hand it over without any questions. This goes along with respect for rank and file.

 

 

If you have any questions, or problems, your superior officer is the person to go to. Your superior officer is the leader of your platoon, not the leader of the clan; he has better things to do.

 

 

Chain of Command

 

Each rank has a duty. Whether it be leading a squad, platoon, company or battalion, each rank does something. Not every rank however, is a position of leadership.

 

Commissioned officers are the leader of the clan. These consist of any rank about Second Lieutenant. These personnel are in charge of administering the headquarters, moderating enlisted personnel, and organizing battles.

 

Enlisted Personnel are the body of the Brigade. Without the average member, the Brigade would not operate. They reap the full benefits of being a member, and can enjoy being a Hell jumper, fighting battles on the frontline.

 

Ranking Structure

 

The following is a breakdown of the organization of the battalion. We are at the Brigade level at the moment. As we grow we will expand to higher tiers of organization.

 

<Army

<Corps

<Division

<Brigade

<Battalion

<Company

<Platoon

<Squad

 

Our Locations

 

North America

The Brigade consists primarily of North American players. All times and dates are based off of the Eastern Time zone so plan accordingly.

 

Australia

Australians makes up around 20% of our Brigade. Although on the opposite timezone, we still manage to play together with minimal lag.

 

Europe

Europe is our least common location for members out of the three. Only a few Europeans are in the Brigade, but we hope to increase that number.

 

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