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PostSubject: KGB Operations Manual   Wed Sep 22, 2010 6:02 pm

The Operations Manual of the KGB Gaming Community as of the Twenty-Seventh Day of September of the Year Two Thousand and Ten
Original Documentation Created by KGB Chipmunk


The purpose of this documentation is to ensure a foundation is established for the KGB Gaming Community to rely on in times of question and uncertainty. It is to be regarded as the sound law of our organization and is not to be broken.

Chapter I. Organization and Structure of the KGB Gaming Community

Section A. The Rank Structure

Subsection One: The rank structure of the KGB Gaming Community is to follow a modified pattern of the military chain of command. The ranks are to be as follows, from lowest to highest: Private, Private First Class, Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Unit Leader, and Founder.

Part a: The rank structure is to remain as such until growth determines differently. This decision is to be made solely by the KGB Founders. However, this does not mean that recommendations cannot be made by others below the rank of a Founder.

Subsection Two: The ranks are to be given specific duties that must be completed in an orderly manner.

Subsection Three: Promotions and Demotions

Part a: A member can be requested for promotion by another member of the KGB Gaming Community to the appropriate leadership. If the member ranks as either a Private to a Sergeant, then that decision must be approved by the Captain of the squad that the member belongs to. If a member ranks as a Lieutenant, that decision must be approved by the Unit Leader of the unit that member belongs to. If a member ranks as a Captain, that decision must be approved by a Founder. If a member ranks as a Unit Leader, that decision must be approved by the KGB Founders in a two-thirds vote of those involved which is to be no less than three and no more than five.

Part b: If a member has failed his duties, an appeal can be made to the appropriate leader for demotion in KGB. If the member ranks as either a Private First Class to a Lieutenant, then that decision must be made by the Captain of the squad to which that member belongs with appropriate reasoning. This reasoning must be approved by the member that appealed for the member's demotion and a randomly selected Captain of another squad. If the member ranks as a Captain, then the decision must be made by the Unit Leader of the unit that Captain belongs to and the reasoning approved by the member that appealed for the member's demotion and a randomly selected Unit Leader. If no other Unit Leader is present, then a Founder will step in to make that decision. If the member ranks as either a Unit Leader or a Founder, then the decision must be made by the KGB Founders and a group of three randomly selected leaders.

Chapter II. The DNR List, Blacklist, and Warning List

Section A. The DNR (Do-Not-Recruit) List: A temporary ban placed only on KGB members under the following circumstances: on the second violation of the Code of Conduct or on a violation of whose extent and nature is deemed DNR-worthy by the KGB Founders, and; poaching for one week or up to a total of five members or less.

Section B. The Blacklist: A permanent ban placed on any KGB member, gamer, or gaming organization for the following reasons: on the third violation of the Code of Conduct or on a violation of whose extent and nature is deemed Blacklist-worthy by the KGB Founders; poaching for more than one week, on multiple occasions, or more than five members; hacking Xbox LIVE accounts, and; tampering with KGB's online resources and property.

Section C. The Warning List: An indicator to the KGB leadership of a member's history of violations under the following circumstances: a violation of the Code of Conduct that is deemed only worthy of the Warning List by the KGB Founders, and; any offense defined under the DNR List and Blacklist that is removed from a member's, gamer's, or gaming organization's record as appealed and approved by the KGB Founders.

Chapter III. Appeals

Section A. "Three Lists" Case Appeals

Subsection One: Case appeals based on the "Three Lists" are to be made with the following: the member appealing and at least two witnesses, individual reports on the incident being appealed from all parties involved, and a meeting of the KGB Founders with the parties involved.

Part a: Any KGB Founder known to have any personal ties to any of the parties involved must be substituted by another KGB Founder. Any meeting based on "Three Lists" case appeals will consist of no less than three Founders and no more than five.

Subsection Two: The KGB Founders will review each case as follows: review reports from all parties involved; individual one-on-one conversations between a Founder and a member of one of the parties involved, and; a meeting of the KGB Founders to decide the outcome which will be decided by a two-thirds majority vote of the KGB Founders for approval.

Section B. Transfer Appeals

Subsection One: Inter-squad transfers are to be mutually approved by the Captains of each squad involved.

Subsection Two: Unit transfers are to be mutually approved by the Unit Leaders of each unit involved.

Subsection Three: Approval of appeals under special circumstances are to be approved by a two-thirds vote of a group of no less than three KGB Founders. A decision is to be made on the time of review.

Section C. Amendment Appeals

Subsection One: Appeals to amend the KGB Constitution must be approved by at least the majority of the KGB Founders.

Chapter IV. Recruiting and Training

Section A. Recruiting

Subsection One: The following procedure must be followed when recruiting a gamer into KGB: a reading of the KGB Code of Conduct and an understanding from the recruit; suiting the gamer into uniform; a change of motto to indicate the gamer's place in KGB; a friend request to the unit tag to which that member belongs; a record of the recruiter and date in the member's Xbox LIVE bio; an explanation of our website and forums; the gamer's desired department be assigned, and; an appointment made for the KGB Boot Camp.

Subsection Two: All members of KGB must be mature and deemed so by another mature member of our community. There are no exceptions.

Section B. Training

Subsection One: Every private that desires to ascend our ranks is to go through the KGB Boot Camp, which will consist of the following: an explanation of the recruiting and basic procedures in KGB; basic team skills training, and; and explanation of how to participate in our events. The trainers will send a message to the Captain of the private's assigned squad to confirm a pass or fail of the courses.

Subsection Two: Thereafter, a private will receive training in his specified department within KGB, unless that department should be "The Populace," which is already covered in the KGB Boot Camp.

Subsection Three: If a member wishes to rank up beyond the rank of a Corporal, he or she must go through a basic leadership training course explaining the necessary procedures and operations of a Sergeant, by a Sergeant of that squad the member is assigned. Therefore, every rank that ascends afterward will be given training by a member of that desired rank within that member's squad or unit, depending on the rank being addressed.

Chapter V. Third Party Affiliations

Section A. Foreign Gaming Community and Clan Affiliations

Subsection One: A member is to be a member of KGB and only a member of our gaming community. A member cannot be a part of another gaming community or clan. If a member is found to have loyalty to another gaming community or clan other than KGB, he or she must choose one or the other. No exceptions. This is to be mentioned in our KGB Code of Conduct as well.

Section B. MLG, MLG Game Battles, and Small Group Affiliations

Subsection One: A member is allowed to have affiliations with a team that participates in small group battles, such as those presented through MLG and MLG Game Battles. This is to be explained to every private as the subject matter can cause confusion.

Chapter VI. Proactive Procedures

Section A. Poaching and the Hacking of Accounts

Subsection One: Poaching is defined as the act of a gamer removing members from one gaming community or clan to his or her own gaming community or clan. The hacking of accounts is defined as the act of a gamer taking control of another gamer's Xbox LIVE account through illegal methods.

Subsection Two: When a poaching threat is received or has already occurred, the member who has knowledge of the matter must report it to either a Unit Leader or a Founder, who in turn will send out a message to the community to address the threat.

Subsection Three: Whenever there is a threat of poaching and or hacking of accounts within KGB, all members must block their communications with the particular individual or group that has been specified by the Unit Leaders and Founders of KGB.


It is with great honor that I conclude this document in its originality and see its implementation set forth in our gaming community. All members will regard it with respect.


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