CLAN LEVELS AND RANKS

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CLAN LEVELS AND RANKS

Post by Admin on Fri Dec 02, 2011 8:58 am

Leveling up a clan allows it to acquire more members, learn additional skills, access different Clan Halls, and use other important clan functions. Requirements to level up a clan increase at each new level:



Clan Sub-Units

When a clan leader upgrades the clan’s level by consuming Clan Reputation points, the leader can create sub-units named Royal Guards and Orders of Knights. Sub-units are different groups of clan members to which a clan leader can assign permissions to particular clan management functions or abilities.
Royal Guards

When a clan reaches level 6, a Royal Guard can be created. Upon creation of a Royal Guard, one of the clan members must be appointed an administrator. Up to two Royal Guards can be created. The maximum number of members serving as Royal Guards is 20.
Order of Knights

When a clan reaches level 7, an Order of Knights can be created. Upon creation of an Order of Knights, one of the clan members must be appointed as an administrator. Up to two Orders of Knights may be created under one Royal Guard. The maximum number of members in an Order of Knights is 10.
Disbandment

Once created, Royal Guards and Orders of Knights cannot be dissolved unless the clan is dissolved.

When the administrator of each unit withdraws from their clan, the unit remains, and the administrator position becomes vacant. In this case, the clan leader must appoint a new administrator. The reappointment of the unit administrator can be completed through an NPC in charge of clan-related activities.
Rights within the Clan
The clan name of each sub-unit should be the same as the clan.
The clan’s crest and insignia should also be the same as the clan.
Sub-units can use the same channel as the clan for clan chat and alliance chat.
Sub-units can use the same Clan Halls, castles, and bulletin boards as the clan. However, the clan leader can alter this under the clan rights settings.
Sub-units can participate in a clan war and siege war under the same conditions as the clan.

There are caps on how many members can be assigned to each sub-unit, including the basic member unit. Therefore, it is required that members be assigned to sub-units before a clan can reach certain levels. The following is a list of the maximum number of clan members for each sub-unit.



Clan Ranks

A character’s rank is a status title that is displayed at all times in the Target window. It represents the character’s overall participation level in Lineage II and in their clan.

Characters who are not in a clan tend to be ranked as Vagabonds. Once a character enters a clan their rank rises. However, a character with no clan can acquire the Baron title by gaining Noblesse status, and the Marquis title by being an Olympiad Hero.

Ranks are important to clan members because as their character’s rank rise, more clan skills will be unlocked. Higher ranks become available as the clan’s level rises. The following is a list of different ranks and titles and their requirements.



Source: http://www.lineage2.com/en/game/the-library/clans/clan-levels-and-ranks.php

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