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All members are expected to follow the Code of Conduct, and honor the rules of Fairplay, and Sportmanship. Also, all members should be registered on savagelyfearedproductions.com.

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All SFP members MUST be 15 years of age or older in order to join our community. NO EXCEPTIONS! Any individuals involved in a lie of a member's age will be regarded appropriately; all SFP professional teams may have their own unique age requirement.

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The Leaders of SFP have a zero tolerance policy for any and all SFP members that are found in any other gaming communities, clans, or guilds. The community of Savagely Feared Productions expects all members to remain friendly and professional with other communities at all times. In the event a member leaves, Chief Officers and Council Leaders will review the possibility of them returning on a case-by-case basis.

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Code Of Conduct violations consist of discrimination, racism, sexism, harassment, illegal drugs, cheating, poaching, squad de-ranking, or any other aggressive behavior toward fellow online gamers. Every situation is different and will be handled appropriately on a case by case basis except for harassment; you get one warning and an investigation. If you are found to harass another member/leader. You will be removed. No exceptions.

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Violation of the Honor Code is on a case by case basis. You will get one (1) warning for six (6) months, and if you get another warning within six (6) months; it turns into an infraction. In that 12 month period; if another warning is issued you will be automatically removed.

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You may change your gamertag to an “SFP” gamertag once receiving approval by your Section Leader (SS). No one is forced to change their gamertag until reaching a "S" rank, or upon joining one of the Design, Events, Production, News, or Pro Teams. However, members should remember that they are representing this Savage community should they choose to request an SFP tag.

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SFP members of all ranks are encouraged to share any ideas, suggestions, improvements and issues with any "S" ranks at all times. We, as leaders, believe in an open door policy. It inspires openness and transparency with all members of the community.

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At the end of the day, we are all here to have fun and game with one another. Always remember to #StaySavage
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Member
The first responsibility of a Member is to register at Savagelyfearedproductions.com. The Second is to join the Savagely Feared Productions Main Discord Chat. Third is to join your respective clan user-group on the website. A Member is classified as a new member to SFP. Responsibilities of a Member include learning the Code of Conduct, meeting other SFP members, and participating in clan matches. Your time spent as a Member is geared towards getting familiar with the SFP gaming community and the professional manner in which we play.

Member's Responsibilities:
Register at Savagelyfearedproductions.com, join the Savagely Feared Productions Main Discord Chat, & join your respective clan usergroup. (This must be done in a timely manner or his/her position in the squad will be terminated.) Learn, understand, and follow the Code of Conduct. Learn, understand, and follow the rank structure and chain of command. This rank is allowed to obtain an "SFP" gamer-tag. (Must be approved by their Section Leader) Participate in clan and squad activities as well as game with their squad. Attend clan and squad meetings.



Sergeant:
As a Sergeant, leaders will be depending on you to learn game strategies and train with others in order to better prepare for clan or squad matches. A Sergeant is expected to set an example by being a role model for the Members below you and to help them whenever possible. Sergeants should be participating is squad/clan meetings.

Sergeant’s Responsibilities:
Follow the Code of Conduct. Follow the chain of command. Set an example by being a role model for the Members and help them whenever possible. Work closely with Lieutenants and Captains to learn new game strategies, attend practices, and train others in his/her squad. Attend clan and squad meetings.



Lieutenant:
A Lieutenant is the Captain’s right hand and the first line of defense in upholding the Code of Conduct. As a Lieutenant, you will be responsible for assisting the Captain in setting up meetings and practices, training lower ranking members, and finding potential Members. The Lieutenant can also run practices and meetings when his/her Captain is not present.

Lieutenants Responsibilities:
Be a dedicated and an active member in the squad. Follow and enforce the Code of Conduct. Assist the Captain in setting up meetings and practices, training lower ranking members, and screening potential recruits. Take charge of meetings or practices if the Captain is not present. Attend clan and squad meetings. Ensure no member is left behind!



Captain:
Captain's must possess the following leadership qualities: The ability to positively reinforce the SFP infrastructure, loyalty, sound decision making, and dedication. As a Captain, you will need to evaluate all new Members and vote on them, run practices and play squad/clan matches. The Captain is responsible for promoting his/her own Lieutenant to assist himself/herself. Also the Captain keeps track of squad records and lists by posting the squad list in the clan’s forum by the 1st and 15th of the month. This includes messaging the squad on squad/clan match results and meeting times. He/she must also ensure that all members follow the Code of Conduct, Register on the web site, and behave in a professional manner. The Captain will report any infractions directly to his/her General, following the chain of command. The rank structure is there for a reason therefore do not take minor problems to Section Leaders or Division Leaders. A Captain becomes eligible for a promotion by displaying the above qualities and excelling in all his/her job responsibilities. As always, good communication is the key to success.

Captains Responsibilities:
Know, understand, and be able to teach all the responsibilities of the lower ranks. Act in a professional manner at all times. Ensure members are following the Code of Conduct and have registered at savagelyfearedproductions.com. Be active online in the game and on the forums. Show dedication and commitment while assisting his/her General run a successful clan. Run weekly meetings and squad practices as well as having a “Game Night” for your squad. Ensure members are in a squad with people that play the same game(s), if not transfer them to another Captain’s squad or possibly another clan. Evaluate and vote on new members. Train your Lieutenant as your replacement. Follow the chain of command and take issues to your General not higher ranks. Post squad list in the clan’s forum using one the squad list prefixes with a color that represents the squad by the 1st and the 15th of the month. Ensure no member is left behind!



General:
Generals are the backbone of SFP and should be respected by all SFP members. As a General, he/she is a role model for the Captains and all the members of his/her clan. A General is responsible for running one SFP clan, overseeing all aspects of his/her clan, as well as helping other clans when needed. As a General, you must promote Captains to assist you in running the clan. Additionally General will be responsible for updating his/her clan list and encouraging all members to utilize the clan’s forum. The General must ensure that all members have read and are playing by the Code of Conduct. In addition, the General is expected to make sure all clan members are familiar with the rank structure and know who the leaders are in the community. Generals are also expected to meet with his/her clan weekly to discuss clan issues and vote on promotions within the clan. Generals must ensure that Captains are playing clan matches with other online clans and also SFP clans. The General works closely with his/her Captains and Section Leader to create an enjoyable gaming experience for all. A General is responsible for taking care of minor matters within the clan. The General is expected to report major infractions directly to his/her Section Leader or Division Leader. A General becomes eligible for a promotion by running a successful clan that represents what SFP stands for. A General must display sound judgment and decision making in all aspects of his/her online interaction. As always, good communication is the key to success.

Generals Responsibilities:
Know, understand, and be able to teach all the responsibilities of the lower ranks. Run and oversee all aspects of one clan. Help other Generals when needed. Maintain a clan list at all times. Ensure all Captains update their squad list by the 1st and the 15th. Update your clan/members list on the forums on the 1st and 15th of every month using the prefix clan list. Hold weekly meetings with Captains and Lieutenants to discuss squad issues and pass on the latest information and community news. Generals can create separate meeting times within their clan on any day of the week that works best for their members of the clan to attend. Attend the MANDATORY meeting every Sunday or notify his/her Section Leader if they cannot attend. Work closely with his/her Captains and Section Leader to create an enjoyable gaming experience for all members in the SFP community. Handle issues in his/her squads with the Captains and take only major infractions to the Section Leader. Communicate in game and on the forums be spamming messages that are passed down from the SFP leaders. Ensure all members know the rank structure and who the leaders are in the community. Request SFP gamer tags from Section Leader for approval. Ensure the Captain and squad is playing together in similar games and/or game types, if not transfer the member(s) to another Captain’s squad or possibly another clan. Ensure no member is left behind!

Generals have the option to create their own clan rules within their clan with the Code Of Conduct remaining intact. For example, within the community, the rule of age of the member to be recruited is 15 years old. As General, you can execute your option to change the age of members to be recruited in your clan to be an older age.

Generals also have the ability to assign an in-game clan tag to the members in their clan. Example formats of in-game clan tags are as follows:

SFP Supernova SFPSN (SFP followed by two letters to represent clan name) SNxR (SN – two letters of clan name; x – squad name; R – rank)



Section Leader (SS):
The Section Leader position comes with many responsibilities, such as being directly responsible for running multiple successful clans. As a Section Leader, you are a role model for all Generals in your section. By accepting the rank of Section Leader, you are making a commitment to be a fair and responsible leader. This includes making yourself available several times a week to solve problems, hold meetings, and hearing new ideas. The Section Leader work closely with his/her Generals to ensure that all members are playing in a professional manner. The Section Leader will be responsible for ensuring that Generals turn in their clan lists on time and are meeting weekly with their clans. The Section Leader must attend one of his/her clan’s meetings per week to ensure participation and share community news. The Section Leader is also a Moderator on the website and is responsible for posting clan news, clan events, and communicating with the clans via his/her forum and clans’ forums. Being a Moderator comes with a lot of responsibility. The Section Leader decides what is appropriate and inappropriate and needs to be removed and warn offenders when the forum rules are broken. The Section Leader is also required to keep discipline within his/her clans and report any infractions directly to the Division/Community Leaders. The Section Leader is directly responsible for ensuring Generals fulfill all their requirements listed in the Generals rank description. A Section Leader is eligible for a promotion after running and maintaining multiple successful clans that represent what SFP stands for. A Section Leader must display sound judgment and decision making in all aspects of his/her online interaction. As always, good communication is the key to success.

Section Leaders Responsibilities:
Must be active online and the forums on a regular basis. Be available to hear new ideas, suggestions, comments, and solve problems that arise within his/her section. Work closely with his/her Generals to ensure that all members are playing in a professional manner and following the Code Of Conduct at all times. Ensure that General's post their clan list on time and finalize them by the 3rd and 17th of every month. Attend one clan meeting per week. Approve SFP gamer tags. Approve transfers within own section. Keep discipline within the squads and report any infractions directly to the Division Leaders. Be a Super Moderator on the website, which means deciding what is appropriate and inappropriate and giving warnings to offenders when the forum rules are broken. Post clan news, clan events, and communicating with the clans via his/her forum as well as the clans’ forums. Make sure General's are fulfilling their responsibilities by evaluating them on a regular basis. Work closely with Division Leaders to promote SFP in a positive way to all online gamer.



Division Leader (SD):
Division Leaders are responsible for specific Divisions (Xbox, PC, PlayStation, and Nintendo). Division Leaders oversee and coordinate the Section Leaders. A Division Leader serves as a role model for all Section Leaders and the entire division. As a Division Leader you will be working closely with Community Leaders to make decisions that affect your Division as a whole. A Division Leader must work closely with the Section Leaders to oversee all activity within his/her Division, and to ensure that all members are playing in a professional manner that represents SFP. Communication and decision making are the two most important qualities of a Division Leader. Often you will be pulled in many different directions so it is imperative that you exercise good judgment and patience. A Division Leader will deal with many stressful situations and must be fair but firm, and represent the best that SFP has to offer. A Division Leader should keep an open line of communication with all the Section Leaders and hold weekly meetings to communicate direction. The Division Leader also has the ability to start new guilds. The Division Leaders is also a Super Moderator on the website and is responsible for posting Division news, Division events, and communicating with his/her Division via his/her forum. Being a Super Moderator comes with a lot of responsibility. The Division Leader decides what is appropriate and inappropriate and must remove and ban offenders when forum rules are broken. A Division Leader must display sound judgment and decision making in all aspects of his/her online interaction. As always, good communication is the key to success.

Division Leaders Responsibilities:
Oversee and coordinate the Section Leaders. Serves as a role model for all Section Leaders and the entire division. Work closely with Community Leaders to make decisions that affects his/her Division as a whole. Work closely with the Section Leaders to oversee all activity within his/her Division, and to ensure that all members are playing in a professional manner that represents SFP. Keep an open line of communication with all the Section Leaders and hold weekly meetings to communicate the direction of the Community. Start or approve new guilds. Be an Administrator on the website, which means enforcing the forum rules and guidelines by giving infractions or banning offending members. Post Division news, Division events and communicate with their Division via their forum. Move their gamer tag (Xbox Live) weekly into new clans to communicate with the members and address any issues within the Division. Display sound judgment and decision making in all aspects of their online interaction. Evaluate Generals for promotion to Section Leaders



Community Leader (SC):
Community Leaders are responsible for Savagely Feared Productions Platforms (Xbox, PC, PlayStation, and Nintendo). Community Leaders are the role models for the entire Savagely Feared Production family. Community Leaders are responsible for helping the Division Leaders with decisions pertaining to their specific Division in the community. Community Leaders work with the Division Leaders to train and identify new and upcoming Leaders. Community Leaders are required to meet with Division Leaders weekly and discuss issues and ideas. Community Leaders are required to help build Savagely Feared Productions in new games and different online platforms. Community Leaders are also Administrators on the website and are responsible for posting community news, upcoming community events and communicating with the community via their forum. Community Leaders decide what is appropriate and inappropriate and must remove and ban offenders when forum rules are broken. Community Leaders must display sound judgment and decision making in all aspects of their online interaction. Community Leaders report directly to the Council Leaders.



SFP Blida SC
Community Leader

SFP Kay SC
Community Leader

SFP Simba SC
Community Leader



Council Leader (SF)
Council Leaders are responsible for Savagely Feared Productions Gaming Community as a whole. Council Leaders are the Highest Leadership role in the Gaming Community. Council Leaders are responsible for overseeing Community Leaders with decisions pertaining to the gaming platforms. Council Leaders work with the Community Leaders to train and identify new and upcoming Division Leaders. Council Leaders are required to meet with Community Leaders Monthly and discuss issues and ideas. Council Leaders are required to help build Savagely Feared Productions in new games and different online platforms. Council Leaders are also Administrators on the website and are responsible for posting community news, upcoming community events and communicating with the community via their forum. Council Leaders decide what is appropriate and inappropriate and must remove and ban offenders when forum rules are broken. Council Leaders must display sound judgment and decision making in all aspects of their online interaction. Council Leaders report directly to the Chief Officers.



SFP EvolutionZ SF
Council Leader

SFP Jungle SF
Council Leader

SFP TIGER SF
Council Leader

SFP Wolf SF
Council Leader



Chief Officers:
The Chief Officers possess the highest ranking positions within Savagely Feared Productions Gaming Community & Company. They oversee Savagely Feared Productions as a whole. Defined by their roles that they have been offered and assigned to by the CEO of Savagely Feared Productions. The Chief Officers are Administrators on the website and is responsible for posting news, events, and communicating via his/her forum. Chief Officers have been given an executive role in making decisions for Savagely Feared Productions. This role gives the individual Chief Officer complete responsibility over their specific department. The Chief Officer that uses their Executive Role will be held fully accountable. If the COO and or the CEO feel that they do not like the policies that these Chief Officers have established in their specific departments. They have the executive role to stop the decision. At the end of the day the Higher the Chief role the more executive roles they possess. Every Chief Officer is someone who has gone 150% every day in Savagely Feared Productions. Someone who is willing to be financially invested and would help do it all over again as if it was day one. Listed Below are the Chief Officer roles and who is assigned to them:



SFP AwesomeSRK
Chief Executive Officer

SFP SpoonMan94
Chief Operations Officer

SFP BeaR
Chief Gaming Officer

SFP SPINZ
Chief Administrative Officer

SFP Vee
Chief Web Officer

SFP Touch
Chief Design Officer

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