Hello, one and all. Now, you may or you may not know me personally, but I have something that I would like to tell you all.
Have any of you played Armada I or Armada II in multiplayer? If so, do you ever tire of playing alone? Do you ever want to belong to a group of people that you could play with? Well I have news for you. You could join a clan.
In the community you are playing in, there are fleets trying to get your attention to join their fleet instead. For what reason do they want you to join there fleet? Because most of them they think they are simply the best or who can offers near 24/7 multiplayer gaming? No fleet would ever be that perfect to not need evaluation of their game tactics if they played so much. To tell you the truth, there exist more fleets that is only looking for the gaming activity then other things like sharing experience with others, become friends, support each other in difficult times, share leadership-, responsibilities-, duties and keep regular basic communication protocols with each other like setup extra gaming, activities together, et cetera.
The clan that I recommend, and am a part of myself, is Starfleet (specifically the Armada Division). You may or may not have heard of us, but rest assured, Starfleet is one of the oldest lived clans that exist. But that the age of Starfleet doesn’t really matter to you. What matters is that you will be able to join in the friendly community of peers that will do their best to help you through any difficulties that may arise during game-play.
Starfleet is that fleet that was founded the day 15th April, 1998 by Admiral FireFox. We were founded for that purpose as many fleets are founded for, to have fun and play together. We are very special to many fleets out there. We always shows respect, treat each others as adults, not kids. We are open to proposals and to people in other fleets. We are strictly forbidding any childish or teenage behaviors such as: bad language, insults, spamming and any threats within our Officers, any Officers that are abusing the CoC (Code of Conduct) will get punished. We are organized and stay professional to the CoC.
Why, you may ask, do I need to join a clan? I answer you with this, the definition of a clan. A clan is a group of people that get together to play multiplayer games with each other and have fun. If you need help in-game, the other members of the division will do their best to help you. Everyone in the Armada Division loves to play Armada I and/or Armada II.
The Armada Division’s Official Training Sessions: Fridays 9:00 PM US Eastern Time zone (GMT -5) and Saturdays 5:00 PM US Eastern Time Zone (GMT -5)
If anybody has any questions concerning Armada contact Rear Admiral Damien or Commander brobrodeel (Armada Division C.O.).
We play the 1.2 patch for Armada I. Also, sometimes, we play the Star Trek versus Star Wars mod for Armada I. As for Armada II, we play the 1.1 patch (there is no official A2 mod that we play, I will let you know if this ever changes).
How do we advance and earn our privileges?
Basically from day one when you have sent in your oath and requested access to Academy and reported in for duties, at that time you will begin with playing on your specific multiplayer game that you play and what we support. You begin with taking orders from your Academy trainer. He/She will give out orders for you to do. After you graduate from the Academy you will be put in as a Ensign, the lowest ranking officer in StarFleet.
Do we earn rewards for what we do?
Yes, we will begin having battle report races, where each division does the most complete and correct BR’s as possible. The Division with the most complete and correct BR’s will win a ribbon symbolizing that year their Division won. We have individual ribbons and awards to. Others like the Fleet Admiral Award is one of the highest awards you can achieve.
What if we have problems with anything?
Then you should go to your Recruiter if there are any recruitment problems. If it is a personal problem you can go to your CO (Commanding Officer) or you’re XO (Executive Officer). Even if it is just problems with your game, anyone in your division is able to help you.
Recruiting in Gaming Communities
When you find a person in your gaming community that does not have any fleet tags then you may take the opportunity to recruit this person. When you are recruiting it is important to be specific and precise, oh and to be nice to the person, no one will join a fleet with a bunch of rude people. Also when you recruit someone and they stay within the Fleet for a certain amount of time you will earn a recruitment ribbon, which is another award. Recruiting is an important part of keeping the fleet stable and to keep it growing always, growth for our fleet is always a good thing.
Battle reports are an important part to show your activity and dedication to the fleet. If you ever have any problems posting a battle report, such as: you could not meet the quota that your CO wants you to reach, you are having computer problems, or even you are going on vacation. As long as it is a logical reason as to why you couldn’t complete the needed BRs then you are excused, just make sure next time you post even more BRs next time. If you need help posting a BR always ask a fellow officer he/she should be able to help you at anytime.
Intelligence Reports of other Fleets and individuals
Intelligence reports are strictly for Diplomatic officers. These reports are for that the Fleet receives information on another Fleet, incase they have declared war, request an alliance, or a treaty. If you would like to become a diplomatic officer it takes a lot of negotiating skills and teamwork with fellow Diplomats from our Fleet and other Fleets. Joining the Diplomatic team could also help you to receive a Diplomatic reward. The individual Intelligence reports are for incase an important person from another Fleet has left, done something wrong, or etcetera.
Promotions and awards at the end of the month
Promotions and Awards are given out to the officers who have been active, done battle reports, and have good conduct. At the time when promotions are posted it is best that you congratulate your fellow officers whether you received a promotion or an award or not. This will show that you are a team player and understand that you must try harder to earn your new rank or earn that award you want. After you have earned a promotion or award you should strive for something even more difficult.
Last summary of what we are, what we do, and how to give it a try
StarFleets is a gamming organization that is focused on making sure everyone is having fun, learning new things, and sometimes for entertainment. Which you find a lot of that in us; sometimes the best memories come from when we are all goofing around having fun together. If you would like to try out StarFleets you will find us at www.starfleets.st. Go there enlist and join us, if you don’t like it you can always resign and try again later. As a final note we are StarFleets the one, and the only SF Fleet and we are here to have fun and meet new people. Don't forget to register at our forums. http://forum.sfhq.info/ Sincerely, The Recruitment Department CO- Lieutenant BeefyNick Bridge Commander CO- Lieutenant BeefyNick Halo ACO- Colonel Mantis Elite Force CO-Captain LizardQOE Elite Force XO- Lieutenant Commander RandwulfX Armada CO - Shadow Phoenix
[color=black]Go to this link and fill out the form. It is our application form.[/color] [color=black] [/color] [color=black]http://sfhq.info/modules/formulaire/index.php?id=2[/color] [color=black][/color] [color=black]Feel free to contact me if you hav any questions.[/color]
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