The Brotherhood of Redemption
Members & Characters
Brotherhood of Redemption
Rules of Conduct
All brethren are expected to conduct themselves in a manner which shines respectfully upon the Brotherhood. To that end, the following Rules of Conduct must be adhered to by all members of the Brotherhood at all times:
1. Treat all DDO players respectfully, regardless of difference in style of play, race, gender, political or religious beliefs, sexual preference, country of origin, server, or Guild affiliation.
2. We maintain a large Guild chest on our Airship that contains up to 50 items that may benefit members. You may make use of these items, but only if your character(s) can put them to use. Do NOT EVER take items from the chest to sell, auction, trade, deconstruct, or destroy! If Please also occasionally contribute items of value to the chest if it gets low (under 40 items) and your means permit, so that all members may benefit.
3. We require that you speak/understand English. We do ask all members to use the voice chat system of DDO when in groups and/or raids, when conditions at home permit. Our play style is such that it is easier to communicate via voice than typing, and it is preferred by the guild as a whole.
4. When questing, enjoy the adventure. Our in-game goal is to undertake the tasks to save a damsel in distress or rid the land of some scourge. Our characters would never knowingly walk into danger blindly and get themselves killed.
5. Treasure belongs to you as the finder. It is yours to do as you wish. If you do not need it please take it, if you do not the Brotherhood tends to put up named loot for roll to ALL party members.
6. Guild events and meetings will be announced and maintained here at the website. No one shall be penalized in any fashion for failure to attend any event. The attendance requirements are that any character who does not log into DDO during a 12 month period may be removed from the guild. Any member who is removed from the Guild may re-apply for membership.
7. Any brethren having issues with another member, officer, or player must immediately bring the problem to at least two Council Members (officers) if it can not be worked out amongst themselves. Problems within the Brotherhood shall always stay within the Brotherhood. Real life issues with players shall not be brought into the game.
8. The Council shall be responsible for overall day to day operations of the Brotherhood including, but not limited to, any necessary decisions regarding discipline or changes to the rules. The Council shall seek advice from the Brotherhood, but all decisions made by Council Members (officers) are final.
9. An honorable guild must also maintain honorable play. In this light, any brethren found using exploits or third party botting (auto leveling type) software, or otherwise breaking the Turbine Code of Conduct may be expelled from the Brotherhood after a review by the Council.
10. Officers must be involved with the guild activities on a regular basis to maintain their status as members of the Council. Officers are expected to assist members on guild night activities and when possible. Officers are expected to assist in the running of the guild. Any officer who becomes inactive will be demoted and his/her position may be filled immediately by appointment.
11. Guild members are prohibited from purchasing or selling coin, items, accounts, characters, or leveling services, as well as other prohibited activities, as found in the Turbine Terms of Service. Guild members who have received a suspension or ban from Turbine from any such violations may also be removed from the Guild for such violations.
12. Any member found in violations of the rules will have a meeting with 2 or more Council Members to discuss the violation. After the discussion covering the details of the violation, the Council will have a private meeting and either issue a warning to the player or his/her alts will be removed from the guild. If a member receives 3 warnings – a special review will be conducted – most likely leading to removal from the guild.
In "extreme" situations an officer has the right and duty to instant remove a person for a "grievous" offense immediately until the Council can review the offence and make a final judgment.
13. Although it is encouraged for members to run with other members, no member or officer should feel obligated to run with other members at any time if they do not wish to. We do ask that you adventure with other BoR members at least occasionally in guild groups, but remember that the other members all have character goals of their own, as well as real life obligations, so you will need a bit of independance as well.
Have you read and accept the guild rules above?
Briefly let us know why you'd like to join the BoR.
Do you agree to abide by the Guild rules and are 18 years old or older?
I can understand spoken and written English and have speakers or headphones (required). I also realize that having a microphone is encouraged.
What are your "normal" play times?
Please list your characters to join to the BoR, first names only:
How did you hear about us? DDO forums, who referred you, etc.
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