Juneau Manual/Promotions

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Juneau Manual


Juneau Manual

1: Expectations
2: Sim Format
3: Below Sims
4: General Tips
  • B: the Posting
1: Ship 101
2: The Aavaro Wilds
3: The Crew
  • C: Operating Procedures
1: Missions
2: Shoreleave
3: Submit a Mission
  • D: Advanced Topics
1: Promotions
2: Secondary Characters
3: Department Heads
4: Mentors
5: OOC Activities
6: Player Achievements

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The following are the guidelines the Juneau uses when considering a player for a promotion. These guidelines are in place to make sure all players know some of the minimums the Juneau Commanding Officer, and the rest of the Command Staff, use when evaluating a player for a promotion. Other things may come into play, such as reliability, attitude, and other less quantitative traits. If you have any questions about the guidelines or your own promotion path please do not hesitate to contact your mentor, the XO, or the Commanding Officer.

Achievements required for promotion should be reported using the Player Achievement Submission Form

Remember, to qualify for promotion a player must be simming fulltime.

Ensign to Lieutenant JG

Lieutenant JG to Lieutenant

  • Does the player sim reliably (full time and answer in a way other players can rely on)?
  • Does the player work to push the plot forward?
  • Does the player work to develop their character?
  • Reviewed the club's Lieutenant requirements.
  • Promotion to Lieutenant Achievements

Lieutenant to Lt. Commander

  • Is the player working to help include other players in character?
  • Is the player working to include new players in their sims?
  • Has the player demonstrated a willingness to sacrifice their player's self-interest for another character's?
  • Has the player inquired or jumped into OOC activities that benefit the ship?
  • Reviewed the club's Lt. Commander requirements.
  • Promotion to Lt. Commander Achievements

Lt. Commander to Commander

The process to move from Lt. Commander to Commander is a fleet-wide process which involves a number of steps, including a practical, written exam, and other requirements. If you wish to make this move the first step is to let your Commanding Officer know.

The rank of Commander is one of staff for the group and as such your Commanding Officer will expect to see a history of OOC work on behalf of the ship and group, without those the rank of Commander will be unobtainable. For those serious about the rank of Commander this requirement should not be an issue.

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