Clans

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Creating a Clan

Level 30 is required before you can create a Clan.
Go to the Embassy and open the "My Clan" tab, enter a unique name for your Clan and design a logo with the help of the logo generator.
You can send other players offers to join your Clan via the Friends list or by going to your Friend's Sector and clicking "Invite" on the Actions menu.

You can cancel sent invitations in the "Invitations" tab of your Clan.
You can accept or decline the requests to join your Clan in the "Applicants" tab of your Clan.

Joining a Clan

You can join a Clan in the following ways:
- accept another player's invitation in the "Embassies" tab of your Embassy - your Diplomatic Advisor will inform you when you receive a new one.
- send a request to a Clan Leader by clicking "Send request" in the "Clans" tab.

You can be a member of only 1 Clan at a time.
To join another Clan, you must first leave your current Clan.
If you are a Clan Leader and wish to join another Clan, you have to delegate your status to another Clan member first, before being able to leave the Clan.

My Clan tab. Overview

If you haven't joined one of the existing Clans yet, you can go to the "My Clan" tab and create your own Clan. You can create the name of your Clan and design its logo with the help of the logo generator.

     To create your own Clan, you must have reached level 30. You must also have sufficient Crystals to pay the fee.

Clan Rank

Clan Rank determines your position in the Clan, as well as duties and credentials.

The Ranks are as follows:Clan Leader, Deputy Clan Leader, Force Commander, Warrior Elite, Deep-Strike Operative, Counter-Force Operative, Private and Recruit.

-The Clan Leaders and Deputies command and manage the Clan. They can set Clan Ranks for other members, accept and remove players, issue Memorandums and update Clan News.

- The Force Commander is a Clan member who coordinates the Clan’s military actions and reports to the Clan Leader or their Deputies.

- The Warrior Elite are Clan member famous for both offense and defense.

- Deep-Strike Operatives - Clan members specializing in raids and invasions.

- Counter-Force Operatives – Clan members specializing in defense and Sector liberation.

- Privates – regular Clan member of no special position or duty.

- Recruits – newly joined members of the Clan, who’ve yet to be trained under the watchful eye of the Clan veterans and to prove themselves worthy of wearing the colors.

     Only the Clan Leader and their Deputies can set Clan Ranks for other members of the Clan.

Request

You can post Request or Memorandum so that other Clan Members are aware of your military activity or can send you Resources or Modules on request.

You can also read other players' Requests and Memorandum and help them out with Reinforcements, Resources and Modules.

Any Clan Member can post a Request by clicking a «+» in the Request section of the "My Clan" tab.

You can choose one of the four icons that best displays the matter of your Request and type a text that other Clan members will see when they place their cursor on this icon.

A Request is automatically deleted after 48 hours.

You can choose one of the following Request types:
- Offensive Reinforcements request - to get help attacking Enemy's Sector or Deposit.
- Defensive Reinforcements request - to get help defending a Sector or Deposit.
- Resource request.
- Module request.

A Memorandum is a special type of Request issued by Clan Leaders only. It has the highest priority and is mandatory for every Clan Member to read and fulfill:

Assault – supporting a Clan Member's attack.
Defense – supporting a Clan member's defense.

Memorandums can be canceled by Clan Leaders only. Memorandums are expired in 48 hours.

Actions

Clan Leaders and their Deputies can remove players from the Clan.

Actions available for other Clan warriors: sending private messages and leaving the Clan.

Top Clan Ranks

There are three Top Clan Ranks

Clan Leader is also the Clan's founding member. They are authorized to:

- Accept and decline requests to join their Clan.
- Send other players offers to join their Clan.
- Set terms and conditions of joining their Clan.
- Update Clan News.
- Set and edit Clan Ranks for other warriors of the Clan.
- Appoint Deputies and Force Commanders to be the second in command.
- Issue Memorandums.
- Remove players from their Clan.
- Delegate their status to another member of the Clan.
- Dismiss the Clan.

Deputy Clan Leader is second in commamd to Clan Leader. There can be several Deputies in a Clan. They are authorized to:

- Accept and decline requests to join their Clan.
- Send other players offers to join their Clan.
- Update Clan News.
- Set and edit Clan Ranks for other warriors of the Clan (except for Clan Leader and their other Deputy).
- Appoint Force Commanders.
- Remove players from their Clan (except for Clan Leader and the other Deputy).

The Force Commander is an officer who commands Clan warriors (Warrior Elites, Deep-Strike Operatives, Counter-Force Operatives, Privates and Recruits. The Force Commander coordinates the Clan's military actions and reports to Clan Leader and their Deputies. Force Commanders are authorized to:

- Set and edit Clan Ranks for other warriors of the Clan (except for Clan Leader, their Deputies and Force Commanders).

Clans tab

Here you can view the Clan info filtered by the following categories:
- Position: Clan's position in the Global Clan Rankings.
- Level: total amount of Clan warrior's level points.
- Logo: Clan logo.
- Name: Clan name.
- Leader: Clan Leader. Click on their image to go to their Sector.
- Warriors: the number of members in the Clan.
- Actions: Here you can view the Clan's description or set terms and conditions of joining the Clan, send a request to join the Clan or send a message to the Clan Leader.

Clan management

Some of the features in the "My Clan" window are available only to Clan Leader, their Deputies and Force Commanders. A Clan can be managed in the following ways:

- Edit the description or terms and conditions of joining the Clan. To edit Clan description, click the button in the top left-hand part of the "My Clan" window. Enter the description or terms and conditions. This information will be displayed to all players in the list of Clans. This feature is available only for Clan Leaders.

- Update Clan News. Click the pencil button in the top right-hand part of the "My Clan" window. Then enter the text that will be displayed to all Clan members if they go to their Embassy and open the "My Clan" tab. This feature is available only for Clan Leader and their Deputies.

- Accept and decline requests to join the Clan. To view the requests, go to the "My Clan" tab at the Embassy and click the "Applicants" tab. This feature is available only for Clan Leaders and their Deputies.

- Send invitations to join the Clan. Go to a player's Sector and choose the "Send Invitation" button from the list of actions. You can also invite your Friends by clicking their userpic on the Friends list and choosing the "Send Invitation" action from the pop-up menu. his feature is available only for Clan Leaders and their Deputies.

- Set and edit Clan Rank for Clan members. Open the "My Clan" tab at the Embassy, and click the button next to a player's Clan Rank icon, then choose and set a new Clan Rank for this warrior. Clan Leaders can appoint up to 2 Deputies. Deputy Clan Leaders cannot appoint other Deputies or edit the current Leader's and Deputies' Clan Ranks. This feature is available only for Clan Leaders, their Deputies and Force Commanders.

- Issue Memorandums. You can issue Memorandums regarding any warrior of your Clan to help him out with attack or defense, but no more than 2 Memorandums at a time. Choose one of the two memorandum icons and enter your comment. You can also post Clan News supporting your Memorandum. The Memorandum will be automatically deleted in 48 hours unless you delete it sooner. This feature is available only for Clan Leader.

- Remove players from Clan. Open the "My Clan" tab at the Embassy and click the "Remove from Clan" button in the "Actions" list.This feature is available only for Clan Leader and their Deputies. Deputy Clan leader cannot remove the other Deputy and Clan Leader from the Clan.

- Delegate the Clan Leader Status. Click the button next to a player's Clan Rank icon and set the "Clan Leader" Rank.

- Dismiss the Clan. Open the "My Clan" tab at the Embassy and remove all warriors from the Clan, including yourself.

Clans Command Relays

Clan command relays ( CCR ) are communication upgrades
that increase your clan maximum membership limit ( max 150 members ).
Upon reaching level 50, clan members will automatically begin recieving Clan Command Relays for every 5th additional level attained.
The rate at which relays are earned will increase over time :


Level 50 – 1 CCR
Level 55 – 2 CCR
Level 60 – 3 CCR
Level 65 – 4 CCR
Level 70/75/(etc.) – 5 CCR

To use this feature :

  • Go to the Embassy
  • Open my clan/expansion tab

From here you can view how many CCR, you and your clanmates, currently have available, or apply your CCR toward raising your membership limit.
Each additional Clan membership slot requires 20 CCR to unlock.
All level 50+ clan member may contribute toward clan expansion.

    IMPORTANT : Once applied your CCR can't be removed anymore
Once given to your clan, they become the clan's property !!! So you'd better be sure of what you are doing before going on .

Clan Overview

Clans allow players to unite their Allies within in a well-organized command structure with one name, banner, and hierarchy.

Each member of a Clan is given their own credentials, duties, and responsibilities within the group.
New features are coming soon: Coordinate massive battles for territory, precisely organize multi-pronged attacks, and compare your progress in the Clan Rankings.