Have fun playing, but don't ruin the game for others with
poor conduct. Respect the rules and the spirit of the game - don't cheat.
However, any and all weapons and tactics are considered fair. There
is no "honour" in a war for survival. Always obey the chain
The general rule to follow is "Play fair, fight dirty!"
the "job" being to have fun, and to win! In team servers,
try to join the same team as other RA's if possible, but not if it unbalances
the teams. When you see a fellow RA the "official" greeting
is "Battle on, RA!" a simple "hello" is ok too.
Know your chain of command if a higher ranking pilot gives
you an order, You should carry it out to the best of your ability. When
a lower Ranking pilot gives instructions, it is a *request* that may
or may not be followed. We officers won't ask too much. We don't need
to be called "sir". But when we give an order on the battlefield,
there is no time for arguments.
Be courteous to ALL players. Taunting is certainly allowed!
But try to keep it tongue in cheek, don't get offensive, avoid flame
wars. Use common sense.
At no time will a Red Armageddon member use an alias.
He is to remain in uniform at all times in game servers (unless explicitly
commanded to do so by the CO or XO).
At no time shall a member of the Red Armageddon simultaneously
belong to any other squad or group for a game the Red Armageddon has
At no time will communications intended for other RA members
be transmitted over the public line. Keep tactical suggestions and calls
for help on the private channel.
When given 5 days' notice, ALL members must report for
duty, be it battle, training, briefings or meetings. If unable to attend,
they must respond with a request for leave, which will of course be
granted. Those who plan to be away for an extended period MUST notify
their superior and be granted leave. Players on leave do NOT lose their
rank. They can resume their rank and duties upon their return. Those
not on leave, and not seen in the forums or servers over a period of
15 days, should be assumed to be MIA or AWOL and can be subject to demotion
or expulsion, or not, at our discretion. Mars needs all of us to be
I) Battles: Battles are defined as a planned engagement between 2 or
more teams typically consisting of 3 rounds or more. The final authority
on what tactics we use will be in the hands of the CO, or the appointed
battlefield commander. A Battlefield Commander's authority while on
the battlefield is not subject to question, regardless of rank.
II) Skirmish: Skirmish's are defined as a planned engagement
between 2 or more teams typically consisting of 1 to 3 rounds and is
not an official battle.
III) Tours of duty and Sorties: A Tour of duty is defined
as participating in an official Battle. A Sortie is defined as participating
in any round of an official battle or Skirmish.