Rule #1: As a member, you represent the guild whether you wear the guild tag or not. We expect members to only take actions that reflect positively on the guild image that we have worked very hard to build and maintain. This goes for outside of Guild Wars 2 also.
Rule #2: Be respectful of others. Disagreements will happen but understand not everyone shares your views. We expect friendly debate but that you know where to draw the line.
Rule #3: Guild members need to behave in a mature, professional, team focused manner. Immature behaviour will not be tolerated.
Rule #4: We allow a certain level of mature content in our guild chat and Teamspeak but please keep it civilized. Respect others if they voice that they are not comfortable with the conversation by taking it to a private channel or ceasing the interaction.
Rule #5: If you are having an issue with anyone, guild member or not, feel free to inform a commander, officer or leader.
Rule #6: If your name keeps coming up in a negative context, we will investigate the issue and give a warning if necessary.
Rule #7: 100% representation is not required but we do expect regular attendance at our events. If you are online during our primary events we expect you there.
Rule #8: Members will be removed for lack of attendance or extended periods on inactivity. Be sure to let us know if you will be inactive for any reason; we understand real-life is more important.
Rule #9: Try to be adaptable within the content we do. We may ask members to change builds, weapons, gear or professions when trying to complete content. Understand we are not personally attacking you but trying to ensure our events go smoothly and successfully.
Rule #10: Understand that we expect a high level of performance when completing content with us. Don’t get complacent and remember to ensure you have the consumables you need as we cannot promise they will be provided for everyone.
Rule #11: Members must not use cheats, exploits or break the terms of service of Guild Wars 2.
Rule #12: Leadership roles in Attuned are decided based on demonstrated ability as well as the need for a leader in a particular spot. You can be assured that your leaders are working hard to make the game more fun for you. Please adhere to commands from leadership and respect the chain of command.
Rule #13: Consistent disrespect or disregard for the leadership or the rules of the guild will result in a kick from the guild with no hopes of reacceptance.
Code of Conduct
Here we outline rules for conduct in the guild and disciplinary structure. The most important thing to understand with conduct in the guild is to always be comfortable to message a member of leadership when you feel misconduct has happened. This even goes for it you feel a member of leadership has been involved in misconduct. This will never be held against you. The guild uses a 3 strike system for misconduct however some actions of gross misconduct can result in immediate removal from the guild.
* Do not harass another member or player for any reason
* Debate is fine; Shouting and derogatory language is unacceptable.
* Show respect to others. Do not talk over others in teamspeak.
* Do not move into active group or raid teamspeak channels without permission first.There are designated channels for free use.
* Respect the chain of command. Listen to those in leadership positions. Demonstrating disregard for their authority is unacceptable.
* Do not spam guild chat.
* Refrain from giving false testimony or purposely misrepresenting others.
As a member of Attuned you agree to abide by these rules. Continuous failure to comply with these rules may result with removal from the guild. We expect that if a warning is given, you will immediately correct your behaviour otherwise we would be forced to remove you. Exceptions can be given for extenuating circumstances.
Commanders & Raid Leaders
* Recruitment for Commanders and Raid Leaders is currently based on exceptional performance and on the needs of the guild.
* Commanders are given access to some permissions on Teamspeak, such as: Moving Users, Kicking, Globally Muting, and Priority Speaker.
* As of right now, the only expectations Officers and Leaders have of Commanders is to Command at guild events. Anything other than that may be volunteered for but not required.
* Commanders get a say in the recruitment process when approving or rejecting applications
* Officers maintain the performance of the guild at its core and perform everything from settling disputes to administrative tasks.
* Officers are the primary say in the recruitment process when looking into applications.