Army Board

  • The army board will consist of all the armies that rank on the Top Ten Armies of the Month, excluding proxies and colonies. The board will therefore update monthly.
  • The board will consist of one member from each army, who must be very active in the community and willing to engage in discussions. This member can be switched at any point. 
  • The army board will vote on everything related to the league and map. A 60% vote* is needed for all league decisions to pass. The number of reps needed to pass the vote will be rounded up or down depending on how many people there are on the board. For example, 7/12 or 8/13. 
  • * There will be a reasonable deadline to cast votes (between 24 and 48 hours), and the 60% pass needed will be 60% of the total people that voted – not 60% of the entire board.

Definition of a proxy/colony/meme army: “A proxy/colony/meme is defined by having shared members and/or staff in the leadership and/or any other hierarchical position (such as higher command, modship, etc) with another army. These are not defined rules which determine if an army is a proxy/colony/meme and the final declaration is up to the administration’s discretion.”

The army board have complete power over league and map decisions unless they want to pass that decision over to the administration to make on their behalf. A 60% army board vote would be needed for this to happen. If an army does not hold an event for two months, they will be removed from the league and their servers will be released as free-land. If they wish to rejoin the league, they will need to reapply.

If an army does not hold an event for four weeks, they will be removed from the league/army board and their servers will be released as free-land. If they wish to rejoin the league, they will need to reapply.

The Meeting & Voting Process

A ‘Head Representative’ (HR) will exist on a 2-week rotational basis and rotate through the armies on the board. They are responsible for working alongside the administration to facilitate and host the meetings and subsequent votes. Together, the HR and administration will ensure a thorough discussion of the topics and issues that have taken place before a vote is held. Once the vote is done, there is no going back and the administration cannot intervene. The administration will execute whatever the board decided.  In the discussion, the HR & administration will present arguments for/against specific issues and then counterarguments to ensure a thorough analysis of every angle has been considered by all. They may present many opinions but not attempt to sway anyone into a specific decision. Once the vote has taken place, they will not discuss it anymore.

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