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The following is our community rules and guidelines as follows:
If you are in this TS, you follow our rules. Ignorance is not an excuse, if you care about our community you will know and respect the rules.
Members may not make criticisms, suggestions or insults with regards to a person’s political beliefs, religion, ethnicity, nationality, culture or sexuality. In a tactical shooter you are playing the role of a professional warrior, and real professionals only concern themselves with a person’s ability to operate as a team player.
Members must be patient, friendly and courteous with all other members. Everyone isn’t an expert, people need periodic breaks and no one likes a bad attitude.
Members are permitted to use mature language and forbidden to complain about it. If a person doesn’t like foul language, we suggest that they take find another community. As a clarification, mature language does not mean derogatory terms.
If you have an issue with the statements or behavior of the clan's membership or leadership, talk to the individual privately about it. We ask you try to handle issues at the smallest and most private level. If you have grievances or severe criticisms, issue them privately to an Officer or Senior NCO. If an issue cannot still be resolved then bring your issue to a council member
Members are required to maintain OPSEC (Operation Security) by maintaining operational secrecy. That means that everything that goes on in our forum and in communication with our members concerning our tactics, training methods or other pertinent information is not shared with any player outside of the clan. Loose lips sink ships.
Only members (i.e. not a recruit) are allowed to and must wear their CS tags in front of their uPlay name. No exceptions.
Our community has foundation goals that everyone strives for, but so many few achieve because of either being lazy or the leaders in the community do not care about them anymore. However the community Council Members and Moderators myself included take the time to deal with other members of the community. Here are the following goals for our community:
Like every single group of individuals that decide to come together, we too have a few goals in mind when it comes to the growth of our clan. When working as a team, having an objective is necessary. You can’t spend the entire time screwing around and saying “We’ll get better”. Well… you can, but it won’t do you much. That being said, the objectives of this clan are laid out in a way that emphasizes their importance to Cunning Stunts.
Cohesion with Clan Members
It is of utmost importance that the Cunning Stunts remains both a place for hardcore gamers, and for softcore players when it comes to the more social ones of the group. That being said, Cunning Stunts may emphasize playing on Rainbow Six: Siege, but there are times when it won’t matter what you’re playing, as long as you’re here to be social. This memorandum will describe everything that you may expect from the Cunning Stunts when it comes to gaming with us.
Cunning Stunts is a family. We aim to make this team more of a family when you are away from family. A family does not lie to each other, a family will work out their differences, and most importantly, a family will be there for each other. Cunning Stunts’ ultimate goal will be to achieve success in building this environment for our players. At the end of the day, when all's said and done, if we achieved this… then Cunning Stunts was a success.
Communication. One of the most important things when it comes to Rainbow Six: Siege is communication. Silence among team members has never promoted beneficial gameplay. Whether it is calling out “enemy on East side” or “shield on the second floor back stairwell”, something is ALWAYS more than nothing.
Chemistry is not something that is built overnight and it required members to have a serious attitude. By maintaining professionalism you are able to minimize time spent in training, increase your retention of skills that are taught and focus on the task at hand. We need accurate and clear communication in game and by developing a serious attitude we will be able to achieve both.
When we compete we do so to both challenge ourselves and Win. Period. Playing against those who do not understand the game’s fundamentals proves nothing to use and does not engage us on the level we require. Only through competition can we achieve what we believe we deserve.
This cannot come from everyone and not everyone is able to achieve perfect chemistry with their team. It requires selflessness, skill and good communication. If a member cannot achieve chemistry with Cunning Stunts they do not belong here.
No Clan Exclusion (unless ranked...)
Cunning Stunts is our home and our foundation. Without which we would not be connected the way in which we are. These skills we develop we aim to give back to the clan in a meaningful way. One way we can do so is by taking on Clan members into casual or even ranked (if we feel they are up to it) battles. We will also be able to hold training exercises whereby we can teach our members our newly developed skills.
Edited by dodobrain38, 04 August 2016 - 12:16 AM.