Charter

Forged From Loyalty
Sharpened In Battle

As with any crew or culture, our rules and codes of conduct are constantly evolving.
However, some rules are unshakable as they are the foundation of the crew’s existence and ability to thrive.
They are all about — loyalty.

 

  1. Loyalty to the crew always comes first. First to the ship itself, by respecting your Signatures (Sigs) and positions, above all else. And secondly, though no less important, to your fellow crewmembers.
    In any situation it’s not about whether another crewmember is right or wrong, but the fact that he is your brother. All members must be prepared to give their lives for either one of the two.
  2. All members must at all times adhere to the crew’s spirit of unity and reject conformist culture.
  3. The Captain is the supreme commander of the crew. Any member found to be spreading contention or rebellion amongst the crew (be against the Captain or crew policies,) will be severely dealt with and/or stripped of his Sig.
  4. Respect the crew’s strict code of silence. Any member found guilty of divulging crew business, policies, or goings on to anyone that is not a member – unless specifically directed by the Captain, will be severely dealt with and/or stripped of his Sig. “What you hear here, what you see here, what you say here, stays here.”
  5. The crew’s code of honor is strictly enforced. Any member found guilty of cowardice, will be severely dealt with and/or stripped of his Sig.
  6. Any member who steals from the crew will be severely dealt with and/or stripped of his Sig.
  7. Any member found guilty of conning another member, will be severely dealt with and/or stripped of his Sig.
  8. Any member that pulls a gun or any murderous weapon during “council meetings”, will be severely dealt with and/or stripped of his Sig.
  9. Any member that lays with another member’s "consocia" (companion or consort), will be severely dealt with and/or stripped of his Sig.
  10. Any member found guilty of not helping another member in genuine trouble will be severely dealt with and/or stripped of his Sig.

 

Wearing the Signature demands more than just having a good time. There is a responsibility and commitment to the crew and brotherhood.

Every member’s main priority is to give rather than receive —

  • Give respect, expect respect.

 

Act with disrespect, and expect nothing less in return.

  • Loyalty breeds loyalty.