Organization Rules

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Organization Rules

Post by dogon11 on Fri May 23, 2014 3:22 am

An organization differs from an alliance in many ways. They are similar yes, but in our world they hold different responsibilities. For example, an organization is not nation-only. Nations do not even have to be involved in organizations. Organizations can be corporate or even citizen based, but they all have an objective. For example, if there were 3 Rocket Parts companies, they might decide to form a Rocket Part Organization and start giving out rocket part guidelines or standards for anyone in the group to follow/adhere to. Nations can also start organizations, but if they do they must pertain to something not covered by an alliance, such as a health organization. There aren't many rules over organizations, but they still exist -

1. You may only start an organization if you are a corporation, approved nation, or registered citizen of a nation
2. You must have at least one member besides yourself when starting out
3. You must have a set of rules defining the relationship between members, how new members are added, and how it is to be run
4. You must have a purpose or goal in mind for your organization not covered by an alliance (For instance, the advancement of health, as opposed to military protection)
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