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l3gi0n w4rri0r - May 14, 2009 10:39 PM (GMT)

K Arthur90 - May 14, 2009 10:45 PM (GMT)
> Firstly, to become a full member, you need to attend to at least 4-5 events, and get 25 posts on the forum, excluding spam.

> Then, there some ways to go:

> To become a senior member, you just have to be as nice as you can, help other members and etc. Just the same things you'd do if you'd like to become a PMod. If there's a vacant spot at Senior Members, you'll surely be recognized by the High Council and Leaders, and will be rewarded as needed. Senior members are universal moderators and can (and should) help Leaders keep the fourms neat and clean, by closing threads, renaming and moving them. They can access all the forums the Full Members can.

> To become a warlord, you must excel yourself at wars, and prove that you got the hang of clan warring, as well good at identifiying enemies's weakness and good at reacting quickly and handing out calls during a war. If you do that, and there's a vacant spot for warlord, you'll surely be recognized and will be rewarded as needed. Warlords are the ones that call the attacks/piles on Clan Wars, as well schedule Clan Wars practices and think of new strategies. They can access the War Room.

> To become an event coordinator, you gotta be an active member, attending to most events, having a strong presence at the forums. If there's a vacant spot for EC, applications will be held and you'll have your chance to convince the leaders you'll be a great EC. They are in charge of scheduling events and contests. They can access the Event Coordinators Forum.

> To become a Technical Administrator, you'll have to wait until I leave AL (won't happen too soon though :)). If I do, applications will be held, and if on your application you convince the leaders you are up to maintaining the forums, you'll be rewarded as needed. They can access the Control Panel and the Event Coordinators Forum (particularly me).

> To become a High Council Member, you gotta be either already a Warlord, EC, TA or Senior Member (although I think Full Members can reach HC status directly ^_^ ). If you dedicate most of your effort on Runescape to maintaing the clan, helping members, reaching out other clans and tiying diplomatic bonds with them, you'll be recognized by other members of the HC and Leaders. If there's a vacant spot for HC, you'll surely be rewarded as needed. They are universal moderators and can access the control panel, mainly to edit other members profiles/signatures to maintain and enforce the clan's/forum's rules. They have access to all the forums on the forum.

> To become a Leader... Well. That's not possible. Leaders are the leaders of the clan. They created it a year ago and they still give the best of them to keep it running, and they are doing a great job.

> To become a Member of the Month, you just have to excel as a Full Member. If you are chosen MoM, you'll be interviewed and you'll receive your member tag here on the forums. But you still have Full Member permissions.

> To become an Elite Skiller, you have to score 1st, 2nd or 3rd place on a contest. If you do score a 1st, 2nd or 3rd place on two consecutive contests, you get to keep the tag for another 14 days (two contests, in which, if you score 1st, 2nd or 3rd, you reset the 14 days period).

l3gi0n w4rri0r - May 14, 2009 10:51 PM (GMT)

K Arthur90 - May 14, 2009 11:02 PM (GMT)
> Normally, all the events are posted on the Events Forum. But they are also posted on the forums calendar. Depending on the importance of the event, it might be added to the header news as well.
> We usually have 3-4 events/week, toghether with the concurring contest, which runs for 7 days.

l3gi0n w4rri0r - May 14, 2009 11:08 PM (GMT)

Donovan Kays - May 14, 2009 11:19 PM (GMT)

Starwolf Ftw - May 15, 2009 07:04 AM (GMT)
What the hell did I miss?

CyberianWolf - May 15, 2009 08:17 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (l3gi0n w4rri0r @ May 14 2009, 04:39 PM)
Well i was wondering how can i get recognized in the clan?

and also how to gain respect and trust :lol:

"Respect is earned and not given away".

Oh boy, not the best way to get started.....I'd suggest you get to know some people in the clan before you try taking on any kind of leadership roles. Maybe hang out and get to know the way things work.
We all want to be noticed and respected. Try to come up with something unique for the clan. Something that we don't have now.

CWolf :sunglasses:

Dylan - May 15, 2009 09:47 AM (GMT)
We all want to be noticed and respected.

no, we just want to hide in a corner unnoticed,

animal magik - May 15, 2009 11:28 AM (GMT)
For the Council one, don't we only have 3 at once? So for that one not only what you said applies but there has to be a spot open, correct?
EDIT: Nevermind, read what you posted over. I must've just skimmed over it, I'm so tired. >.<

Lit - May 15, 2009 10:08 PM (GMT)
To be respected (at least by me), you need to have correct grammar and some orthography. You won't get anywhere speaking abreviations and leetspeak. In your place, I'd change my attitude as well.

Try not to bother about this for now, get to know your clanmates on the CC and play like you normally would. As said, it's not the best start, but you can still achieve high ranks here. You just need to learn how to (which you do now) and try your best.

lordblack656 - May 15, 2009 11:36 PM (GMT)
yeah, you automatically have respect from me, its like in the middle, do something i dont like it goes down, exact opposite and it goes up. =) but yeah its cool, and what was the flaming thing about?

and i wish you luck getting your goals achieved within clan =P :wub:

Lamb Bug - May 16, 2009 12:05 AM (GMT)
That flaming right there just set you way back on my respect list.

Attend events and be active and helpful on forums and ingame.

l3gi0n w4rri0r - May 16, 2009 12:55 AM (GMT)

Starwolf Ftw - May 16, 2009 02:03 AM (GMT)
Well... I understand this a bit now. You see to be anxious in moving upwards on the totem pole when you only just got here....Which is never the best thing any newcomer to any clan should do.

As Lit has said before, just play for now as you have been and don't worry about leadership. Leadership is not given to those who ask, but it is given to those who have earned it through lots of hard work and determination, as Cyber stated before.

Before you even begin to think about a leadership position, you need to first learn your place in the clan right now. Ancient Legion is not one of those "OMG, I'm leader for a day," clans that only last a week. We've been around for over a year now and several people have come and handed power over to those when they grew either tired or bored with the game.

Also, you need to realize what you are saying... Imagine a new employee that just got hired at a firm. If they just got hired and already demanded ways of how to get up to a management position, they already are public enemy number one in the view of those that haven't moved up in rank, but have been working with dedication with a significantly longer amount of time then a new employee/recruit have.

K Arthur90 - May 16, 2009 02:12 AM (GMT)
> If you want to get recognized on the clan, just do what we all do. Play Runescape and be with your fellow clan members. Aiming right for high positions is not the correct way to get going.

> About respect: Most people have a minimum of respect with Trial Members. According to the Trial Member's actions, this respect might increase or decrease. However, some people (like me, for example) fully respect any new member, but I respect less and less members that break rules or encourage others to break rules.

> To put on simple words: Just treat higher positions as a PMod position. You might even want it more than anything else, but you can't request it. You can only inform yourself of the ways of becoming one, and hopefully you'll be recognized as one.

> I understand that you only wanted to know how promotions and demotions work here on AL. If that's not the case, then I must say that joining a clan aiming to get respect chevrons is not the clanning spirit is about.

blompty2 - May 16, 2009 08:56 AM (GMT)
da double posts
it hurts mai eyes

Chuffa - May 16, 2009 10:58 AM (GMT)
You gotta rock to be Council.

Dylan - May 16, 2009 11:39 AM (GMT)
then why are you in council?

lolololololol jks jks

l3gi0n w4rri0r - May 16, 2009 02:13 PM (GMT)

Imso Hot - May 16, 2009 03:13 PM (GMT)

You just triple posted :lol:

K Arthur90 - May 16, 2009 05:21 PM (GMT)
> If you multi-post again, we'll add another warning point... :(

Lit - May 16, 2009 08:51 PM (GMT)
Better explain him than warn him guys. For multiple quotes, instead of multi-posting, copy what you're quoting (appears on a box below when you click QUOTE) and paste it on a new QUOTE-Post.

And don't worry about other's first impressions on you. People will recognize you for your good actions and you'll gain respect with time.

I'm the best example, people love me.

K Arthur90 - May 16, 2009 09:15 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Lit @ May 16 2009, 05:51 PM)
I'm the best example, people love me.

> AL :wub: Lit? :rolleyes: ^_^

Kerkennah - May 17, 2009 12:48 AM (GMT)
Welcome to the clan l3gi0n w4rri0r. It looks like you are really eager to participate in the clan :) Just follow everyone's advice, first thing's first. Get to know the clan, after sometime you could be promoted depending on what was said in above posts.

K Arthur90 - May 17, 2009 12:49 AM (GMT)

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