Code of Conduct
1. The Xbox Live/PSN Terms of Service and Code of Conduct must be read and understood by all members.
2. Discrimination in any form – including but not limited to racism, sexism, cyber-bullying, hate speech or harassment by or towards any members will not be tolerated. Any breach of this rule will be met with immediate dismissal from the community.
3. NMO does not promote or condone the breach of state, federal or international laws
4. All members have an “Open Door Policy” to speak with leadership about any issues or with any ideas. We still impress the responsibility of reporting to the appropriate leaders within the New Mandalorian Order's Chain of Command. Members WILL use their chain of command when needing resolution or if there are any issues. If you do not find the resolution you seek, you are encouraged to go to the next person above until it is resolved.
5. A Mandalorian takes pride in their membership and are encouraged but not forced to change their gamer tag to reflect the New Mandalorian Order. Any member wishing to serve as an officer will be required to have the NMO community tag.
6. All members are representatives of the community and are expected to be positive, respectful, and professional. All members holding the NMO tag are held to a higher standard both in and out of sanctioned events.
7. Members are not permitted to be a part of any other gaming community or clan other than NMO.
8. The minimum age to be in NMO is 16.
9. No member is to poach or disrespect other gaming communities.
10. No members will cheat, boot offline, threaten cyber attacks or dox under any circumstances. Any of these infractions will be met with immediate removal from the community.
11. All members are expected to follow the Order's Code of Conduct, no one is above it. All members will be expected to read and understand the UCMJ (Uniform Code of Mandalorian Justice).
12. Mandalorians are to never abandon another Mandalorian.
13. The Code of Conduct supersedes all other documents governing the New Mandalorian Order.
New Mandalorian Order Constitution
Section 1 - Member Bill of Rights
As a member of the New Mandalorian Order, every individual is entitled to their own opinion on all community matters. All members have a responsibility to be mindful in regards to matters that do not concern their squad or them directly. Any member who decides to speak freely is advised to keep in mind that what is said on any topic matter will grab the attention of fellow members and may not be greeted with full understanding and or support. If you are someone who is willing to speak up, please be open and willing to take criticism; we are a community built by the members for the members and EVERYONE deserves to be heard. This is done through our “Open Door Policy” and executed by using the proper chain of command channels. This is the best way for “you” to be heard.
All members have the right to be heard by leadership in the event of grievances.
All members have the right to keep their friends list set to private if they so choose.
No member will be punished twice for a singular breach of the rules and/or Code of Conduct. All members have the right to fair and just punishment with the option appeal.
All members have the right to speak up and report infractions without fear of reprisals.
All members have the right to a swift resolution; no member will have to wait idle for disciplinary action. If a trial is needed, a jury of their peers will be selected by the Marshals and the trial will be judged by the Vanguard.
All members covered by these rights must understand and agree with the Code of Conduct.
All members of the New Mandalorian Order have the right to have fun and enjoy everything our community has to offer.
Section 2 - Duties of All Member and Ranking Officials
Section 3 - Reprimand System
Officers of Captain and up have the authority to dispense reprimands, but should inform Marshals of anything that breaches Code of Conduct.
3a - Offenses that breach code of conduct will be handled in the following manner:
3b - Offenses that DO NOT breach Code of Conduct (minor squabbles, loss of temper, etc) may be punishable by up to a 24 hour comms ban and 24 hour removal from squad events as well as potential demotion in rank, not to exceed one rank lower than current rank.
3c - A new discord rank will be created called 'Suspension.' Members who are suspended will be placed in this rank instead of being removed. This rank will have no access to talk, view or invite and will ease the necessity to kick/reinvite punished members.
3d - A discord kick/ban will only be conducted when a member is removed from the community
Uniform Code of Mandalorian Justice
Mandate of Fair Trial
If a member is accused of Disruption, Disrespect, or breaching the code of Conduct, that member shall be placed on temporary suspension until a full trial can be put in place, this will include at least 2 witness accounts, a Jury of 5 squad members, and a vote of the council. This is to ensure that all decisions are made fairly within the community, and all problems are handled accordingly.
This is to be given to members who have resigned or retired under honorable conditions, and have achieved the rank of at least First Sergeant, members who’ve left the community in a nondestructive manner. These members are fully eligible to retain rank that was given up under the terms of an Honorable Discharge.
This is the code for members who have quit, and shall not resume rank upon reentry. These members are always welcome to come back assuming they’re willing to restart at Private. The reasoning is in case there were changes in protocol, leadership, and/or culture within NMO. Also reserved for those who disrespected leadership and/or Disrupted game events.
This is reserved for those who breach the Code Of Conduct, the Constitution, or any code that grants our members the freedom to peacefully congregate into their favorite games. Those who’ve sabotaged their squads or positions. These members are not welcome back into the community unless under a 9/12 vote from the council and shall be placed on a 1 strike policy for the first 30 days of reentry. Placed under a Do Not Hire policy until further notice.
Military Ranking Structure of the New Mandalorian Order
Requirements: This member is newly recruited and is expected to be in correct squad uniform and have added the squad tag.
Duties: Have fun and get to know members.
Requirements: A promotion to Private requires a member to have met all of the Lieutenants within their assigned squad and learned the schedule and times for events and meetings.
Duties: A Private will add all squad members within their squad, meet all officers, and attend squad events.
Reports to: Lieutenants and higher.
Requirements: Has been active in the community for over 1 week.
Duties: A Corporal will add all squad members within their squad, meet all officers, and attend squad events.
Reports to: Lieutenants and higher
Requirements: Has been active for 2 weeks, or has changed their gamertag to NMO
Duties: A Sergeant will add all squad members within their squad, meet all officers, and attend squad events, in addition to becoming more familiar with the squad and community and how things are done. A Sergeant is also someone who holds interest in becoming a higher leader. A Sergeant has two progression options depending on their involvment in the community; Staff Sergeant or First Sergeant.
Reports to: Lieutenants and higher.
Requirements: A Staff Sergeant been active in the community for 4 weeks and has signed up and been active on the site. This position is for members who ARE NOT interested in being an officer, but are a role model and are active.
Duties: A Staff Sergeant will add all squad members within their squad, meet all officers, and attend squad events, in addition to becoming more familiar with the squad and community and how things are done.
Reports to: Lieutenants and higher.
Requirements: A First Sergeant has been active in the community for at least 4 weeks, signed up on the website, learned the whole rank structure, and knows the chain of command in their battalion. Must have hosted 1 or more game nights, attended workshops, and/or recruited members.
Duties: As a trial squad officer rank; a First Sergeant will learn how to recruit properly, will know how to promote, will be active on the forums, and will be trained to be a Lieutenant. A First Sergeant has to co-host at least 1 game night a week.
Reports to: Lieutenants and higher.
Lieutenant (4 per squad)
Requirements: Lieutenants must be in the community for at least 5 weeks, and have successfully been a First Sergeant for at least a week. A Lieutenant knows the whole rank structure and Code of Conduct and has successfully been trained and tested for the position as well as have the NMO tag within ther name.
Duties: Lieutenants ensure members are in proper squad uniform. Lieutenants will ensure everyone is having fun and is following the rules, as well as that all promotions below the rank of Lieutenant are correctly delivered in a timely manner. Lieutenants will be in charge of hosting game nights and recruiting workshops and will host at least one game night/event per week. Before being promoted to First Lieutenant, a Lieutenant must have a trained First Sergeant ready to take their place.
Reports to: First Lieutenants and higher.
First Lieutenant (2 per squad)
Requirements: A First Lieutenant has been active in the community for at least 7 weeks and successfully fulfilled the duties of a Lieutenant for at least 2 weeks. Before being promoted, a First Lieutenant will have trained a First Sergeant to replace them. First Lieutenants have successfully been trained and tested for the position of First Lieutenant. Before being promoted to Captain, a First Lieutenant must have a Lieutenant ready to take their place.
Duties: First Lieutenants will train First Sergeants, mentor and advise Lieutenants and are in-charge of ensuring weekly hosting schedules are made, as well as hosting officer/leadership workshops.
Reports to: Captains and higher.
Captain (1 per squad)
Requirements: A Captain has been active in the community for at least 8 weeks and has successfully fulfilled the the duties of a First Lieutenant for at least two weeks. Captains have successfully been trained and tested for the position of Captain and must have a thorough understanding of how the community functions, from departments, squads, battalions, and the council. Before a Captain can become a General, they must have a First Lieutenant ready to take their place.
Duties: Captains oversee all officers, and train Lieutenants and First Lieutenants, as well as assisting the General in their duties.
Reports to: General and higher.
Requirements: A General will be active in the community for at least 10 weeks, and successfully fulfilled the duties of Captain for at least 2 weeks. A General will have been successfully been trained and tested for their position.
Duties: Generals are in charge of the squad and ensure all officers are trained. Generals mentor Captains to be sure the Captain is ready to become a General.. Their priorities are to ensure the well being of the squad and its members, as well as act as a representative of the community and embody the Code of Conduct. Generals will also run squad CMS and conduct regular audits of the CMS with their Captain.
Requirements: Has been active in the community for at least 20 weeks, and has successfully fulfilled the duties of Battle Leader for at least 4 weeks.
Duties: In-charge of the well-being of the whole battalion and its members, as well as being in charge of squad splits and future planning for the Battalion and the training of Battle Masters.
Reports to: Lieutenant Guardian and higher.
Requirements: Has been active in the community for at least 24 weeks, and has successfully fulfilled the duties of War Leader for at least 4 weeks. All squads in their battalion as a War Leader beneath them were functioning, meaning they had consistent schedules consisting of game nights, workshops, and meetings, and the activity matched the CMS numbers.
Duties: Oversees 2-4 or battalions, advises, encourages and trains War Leaders.
Reports to: Mandalorian Guardian and higher.
Administrative Ranking Structure of the New Mandalorian Order
Requirements: Pass a competency hearing from the Council; be capable of mediating multiple issues across all battalions.
Duties: The Marshal is responsible for carrying out the Council's disciplinary actions within the community, as well as carrying any issues a squad, battalion or competitive team have to the Council to be heard. Marshals are responsible for overseeing the wellbeing of each battalion and its members, as well as ensuring all community policies are followed.
Requirements: Having successfully completed the role of Lieutenant Guardian or higher; having been elected by vote to a Council seat.
Duties: Councilmembers are responsible for setting policy within the New Mandalorian Order and ensuring the community follows the proper direction. Councilmembers may advise squad leaders, officers and other members of the military, but cannot take a direct hand in the discipline or promotion of any members.