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  1. Clubs FAQ What is the purpose of Clubs? What can I use a Club for? Why is this Club closed? Can I join a Closed Club? Why didn’t I get accepted to a Closed Club? Why can’t I see content in a Closed Club? Can I make a Closed Club Public or Open? How does the Club Calendar work? Why are there Private Clubs? Why can’t I see Clubs that are Private? If a Club is Private, how are they moderated? Can I make a Club Closed or Private? How do I get invited to a Private Club? Does having a Closed or Private Club violate the CoC? How do we know a Private or Closed Club isn’t violating the CoC if we can’t see what’s there? Is the Web Team the Moderators for all Clubs? I know longer have use of a Club I started. How do I delete it?
  2. How to Use Special Interest Groups Listed below is information on how to navigate to the Interests section of the Forums and steps for Creating your own Special Interest Group. Find Interests To get to the Special Interest Groups, click Interests on the Navigation Bar. This will take you to the Interests Directory, where you can browse for those groups that interest you. You can use the page controls at the top-left to navigate the pages of the directory, and use the Sort By button on the top-right to sort the directory to make it easier to find Interest Groups. The directory can be sorted by Name, Latest Activity, Latest Created, Most Members, or Most Content. You can also use the Filter button to filter the list to show only those groups you have joined. Interest Group Interface When you click on one of the Interest Groups, you will see a navigation bar at the top that will allow you to navigate within the group. This bar will have a menu of group sections, such as Overview, Members, Topics, and Events. The group owner may add more section options as well. On the right side of the bar you will see a Join Interest Group button, if you have not already joined the group. If you are already a member, this will be a Leave Group button that you can use to leave the group if desired. Under this button you will find a list of members of the group, and the content on the left will change according to the section you are currently viewing. Create a Special Interest Group Clicking on Start an Interest Group at the top-right of the page will open a new window where you can create your very own interest group. Name What do you want the name of your Special Interest Group to be? Privacy Public Interest Groups that anyone can see and participate in without joining. Open Interest Groups that anyone can see and join. Closed club Interest Groups that anyone can see in the directory, but joining must be approved by a Group Leader or Group Moderator. Non-members who view the group will only see the member list - not the recent activity or content areas. Private club Interest Groups that do not show in public, and users must be invited by a Group Leader or Group Moderator Description What is this Interest Group about? Club Icon This will help identify your Interest Group based off what your group is about. Once your Interest Group is created, you'll be taken back to the Directory, and see your Interest Group available to you. Since you are the creator. You will be labeled as the Owner. Click on your Interest Group to enter. By default. When you enter your Interest Group, Home and Members tabs are already available. You can add further Tabs as needed. To include Topics, Gallery/Images, as well as Calendar/Events. If you are the Owner of the Interest Group, you will see a Manage Club button on the right side of the navigation bar. This feature allows you to manage your Special Interest Group. Topics This allows you to add new topics to your Interest Group. Images Create a section that will allow members to upload images. Calendar Create a Calendar section to track events for your group. Manage Club Edit Club Settings - Allows you to Edit the Name, Description, and Club Icon Image. Invite Members - You can use this to invite members into your group. Reorder Menu - Use this setting to change the order of the menu on the Navigation Bar for your group. Home Page - Enables you to create a custom Home Page for your Interest Group.
  3. Do you agree with the Code of Conduct as written here: https://www.remnantsofhope.com/boards/index.php?/documents/charter/#coc If so, please reply to this post with a /sign.
  4. The role of the ambassador here is much as the nomenclature suggests: a representative from a foreign entity. Much as countries have an ambassador to another country, here an ambassador represents another community. An ambassador is a representative and a part of that other community... but is not a part of Remnants of Hope. They help coordinate events and activities between our community and theirs, to enhance the experiences of both. While there may be some benefits to allowing those representatives a place in-guild under a special 'ambassador' rank, there are drawbacks as well. Remnants of Hope strives to "promote a stress free environment for members to relax and enjoy the games they play." To this end, we have a Code of Conduct which depicts a series of rules and guidelines every member agrees to follow when they join the community. These guidelines serve to create a space where members feel comfortable to be themselves and engage freely with others who enjoy the same games they do. All of our successful applicants put a good amount of time and effort into their trials in order to demonstrate that they are a good fit for this community, and that our community is a good fit with them. Allowing non-community members into this space would circumvent and undermine our trial process; if others can be part of the guild through means besides our trial process, regardless of context, it diminishes the importance of those requirements, and is unfair to all of the members who did put in their time and go through their trials successfully. This is the same reason we no longer accept mergers from other guilds. Additionally, it would mean that we would have people in our guilds who were not beholden to any of our rules or standards, and that may make the friendly, protective area we strive to create here not feel so protected or private anymore. While those we associate with as ambassadors or allied guilds are likely similarly-minded, and while we heartily encourage people to make friends outside of the guild as well as in, it is important to maintain a delineation between those who are members of our community, with all the rights and responsibilities that entails, and those who are friendly relations outside of it. To that end, we'd like to lay out a few quick guidelines about the Ambassador position: Anyone may propose a member of another guild to receive the Guild Ambassador rank, if that individual is willing to accept itA brief proposal should be sent to the Division Commander of the applicable game and to the Elder Council, explaining the reasoning behind the requestIf the Division Commander and Elder Council both agree with the proposal, the individual is then given the Guild Ambassador forum and TS rankAmbassadors have access to our forum calendar and divisional boards, but not to boards relating to the community itselfAmbassadors do not have access to any Remnants of Hope guild within our divisional gamesAmbassadors are able to move freely to any open TeamSpeak channels, but do not have the ability to move other users or guestsAmbassadors are expected to help set up at a minimum one successful event involving both guilds each monthWe hope that these will serve to clear up (understandable) past confusion over what the Guild Ambassador position is and what it entails, and provide clear guidelines for the position going forward. As always, if you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to send them to the EC.
  5. Remnants of Hope Our website. Our forums. Our calendar. Our comet chat. Our Teamspeak. All of these awesome Remnants of Hope services are paid for by our RoH funds donated by members. We currently have enough raised by past fundraising for this year, but not much left over for 2015! It costs us approximately $740 to keep all of our services running due the high amount of traffic our servers receive by our members. We're a big guild, and our communication on all of these services keeps us together. Every little donation counts and helps keep our guild up and running. None of the money donated goes into anyone's pockets - it goes straigt to the guild's funds.
  6. The Remnants of Hope Recruitment Process If you are looking for how to join or an application, look here! Do you have questions about the full process of joining Remnants of Hope? Here is everything you need to know about it works! Start: Your Application and You! The first steps for you to join Remnants of Hope is for you make an account, validate it, and fill out an application. You can find all the information on applying here. While filling out your application please take your time and fill it out as fully as possible. Your application is the first impression we have of you and we like to know who we have applying to the community. Application Thread Stage 1: Recruitment Team Voting After you fill out and post your application the recruitment team will proceed with Stage 1 voting. This consists of the recruitment officers for each division to voting on the application. The reason is that you are applying not only to the game but to the community. We value our community and want you to fit in no matter where you play. This can take up to 48 hours. Stage 2: Trial Discussion After you are given official trial status you will have up to 2 weeks but no less than 1 week to complete your requirements. You will receive a message from the recruitment team with what requirements you need to complete by the end of your trial. During this period the division officers will be making note of your activity level and any issues that we may see. This is not to scare you but to make sure you are the right fit for the community. Stage 3: Review and Officer Vote A few days before the end of your trial process you will receive a PM on the forums to schedule a time for your interview. The interview will be conducted via Teamspeak 3 whenever possible. This will allow the person doing the interview to record it. The interview will only be accessible to officers and above. After the interview your trial status will go to an officer vote. This vote is with the officers within each respective division. The Stage 3 vote will normally conclude in no longer than 3 days. Finish: Full Member? After the officers have concluded their voting you will receive a message on your application thread with approval or denial. If for some reason there is a denial the reasons will either be stated on that thread or via a PM on the forums. Extra recruitment policies Halfway through your trial you will receive a PM from someone on the recruitment team to remind you of what you have and have not completed of your requirements. If you have completed your trial requirements and you received a 50% or higher positive response by division leaders you may be interviewed and/or accepted early. This is on a case by case basis. If the recruitment team feels that your application could use a little bit more in it, we will send you a PM asking you to bolster it. You have 24-48 hours to complete this for us to move forward with the application process If you have any questions or concerns about recruitment, please contact your Recruitment Officer or any other leader. Here is list of who you can contact! You can ask in game, through a private message on the forums, on your application thread, on our Teamspeak or on our Hope chat (bottom right). This document was originally written by , and agreed upon by all Recruitment Officers, effective date: 7/20/14. *Amended by all Recruitment officers on 7/20/2016. *Amended by Elder Council 02/07/17 *Amended by CM on 8/15/2019 to note the week check in is a message from recruitment team (can be in game, on application or pm to trial member)
  7. The Remnants of Hope SWTOR Server: Star Forge (Heavily Republic) GW2 Server: Tarnished Coast (North American Servers only! If you are not already on TC you will not be able to join us for WvW, sorry!) ESO Server: North American Megaserver - PC (Ebonheart Pact Alliance) WoW Server: Emerald Dream - Alliance Faction & Horde Faction The Remnants of Hope is a gaming community focused on all aspects (RP, PvP, PvE, Crafting) of the games we play (SWTOR, GW2, ESO & WoW), led by numerous Officers, Division Commanders and Elder Council members focused on maintaining an active, tight-knit community with a friendly, mature atmosphere. Our Most Active Times SWTOR: 7 PM - 12 PM EST GW2: 7 PM - 11 PM EST ESO : 7 PM - 11 PM EST WoW : 7 PM - 11 PM EST How to Join RoH Register for our forums and validate your email Fill out an application Read the Code of Conduct as part of your application Go through a 2-week trial period, where you will have to complete various tasks like participate in guild activities, get familiar with the forums, and be interviewed by a member of the Recruitment Committee. Your Application Your application is our first chance to learn more about you, so please treat it professionally. A good impression goes a long way. Apply by clicking here and filling out the form AFTER you have signed up for our forums! Start checking your application at least daily. Any new information about it will be posted there! Members will start posting questions, comments or simply welcome you to the guild on your application thread. Feel free to reply, or ask questions there! Our Recruitment Department will begin reviewing your application and will either accept or deny it within the next few days. They will post on your application once they have decided with further information, so keep checking it. Your Trial Membership Once you are accepted, you then go through a 2-week trial period. During this time you are welcome to participate in all the events Remnants of Hope has, from coming onto Teamspeak with us or joining us in leveling, PvE, PvP or RP. During your trial you will have to complete a set of trial objectives. These trial objectives are different for each game and will be posted on your application if you are accepted. These trials include... Joining our guild ingame Introducing yourself to the guild Getting to know our forums Participating in guild activities Need Help? If you ever have a question about joining, applying or your trial membership, please contact these people: SWTOR - @Azilori GW2 - @Kingston75 ESO - @Odiee WoW - @Bubbli Want to read about the full process? Please visit our recruitment process thread. F2P Affiliates Go Here
  8. Do you agree with the Code of Conduct as written here: http://remnantsofhope.com/boards/index.php?/topic/8548-rules-and-regulations/ If so, please reply to this post with a /sign.

Congratulations to LadyAdrienne, Vorn, King Ragnar & Randal Arin on being chosen Members of the Month for August for their primary divisions!

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