As a member of the 32nd you agree to following all the rules of the regiment.You can find these rules below.
A - Possession of Mount and Blade:Warband & the Napoleonic Wars DLC is required.
B - You must be able to speak and understand English.
C - Teamspeak 3 is required to be able to attend events.
D - All 32nd Regiment events are non-mandatory (you are not forced to show up). However, your attendance is highly encouraged and appreciated.
E - A microphone is not required to be able to attend. A microphone is needed however for NCO and CO positions.
Section 1. General Rules
A - Multi-clanning is not allowed on the games we play as a regiment. Exceptions can be made however for special cases.
B - You may not recruit for a different regiment within our regiment. This is strictly prohibited.
C - You must always wear your correct tags during all events. Wearing tags outside of events is not mandatory, but not doing so is frowned upon.
Section 2. Behaviour
A - You must always act mature during all events and show discipline and the standards expected.
B - Always keep the in game text chat to a minimum during an event and keep it civilised at all times. Always use the team chat as well. (Blue chat)
C - Always be friendly and show respect to your fellow regimental members, we're not just a regiment but also a community of friends.
D - Racism, harassment and abuse is not tolerated in any form. Speak to a member of the regimental staff as soon as possible if you are experiencing this or someone else is.
E - You must behave and act accordingly in the community. Honour the regiment's prestigious reputation by behaving and showing respect.
Section 3. Addressing
A - All enlisted members (Recruit to Guardsman) may be addressed with either Rank and name or just their name.
B - All Non-Commissioned Officers (Lance Corporal to Colour Serjeant) must be addressed with rank and name. For example "Serjeant X".
C - All Commissioned Officers (Ensign to Colonel) must be addressed with "Sir". So "Yes, sir!" or "Colonel Lance, sir."
Section 4. Command
A - Always follow the orders of a CO or NCO without question and carry them out as quickly as possible.
B - You must not interrupt a CO or NCO when they're giving orders.
C - A chain of command is in effect during all battles. If the commanding officer dies, the second highest-in-rank officer or non – commissioned officer will take over.
D - Enlisted members cannot give each other orders. For example, as a Private you cannot give orders to a Recruit.
E - Outside of events you must listen to orders from CO's and NCO's on TeamSpeak even if we're not playing on Mount and Blade:Warband or the games or mods our events take place on.