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Training And Advancement

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May 06, 2006, at 03:18 PM by Taloth -
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  • One Teaching RP (Squad Command I or Small Unit Tactics I)
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  • Two Teaching RP's (Squad Command I or Small Unit Tactics I, and One Emote Spar.)
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  • Two Teaching Roleplays (Small Unit Tactics I. Squad Command II.)
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  • Three Teaching Roleplays (Small Unit Tactics I. Squad Command II. One Emote Spar.)
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  • Basic Weaponswork II: (Level 3 Forms in one weapon. At this point, a maximum of four forms may be taught per RP.)
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  • Basic Weaponswork II: (Level 3 Forms in one weapon.)
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  • Advanced Weaponswork I: (Level 4 Forms in one weapon. At this point, a maximum of three forms may be taught per RP.)
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  • Advanced Weaponswork I: (Level 4 Forms in one weapon.)
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  • Advanced Weaponswork II: (Level 5 Forms in one weapon, and level 3 dagger forms. At this point, a maximum of two forms may be taught per RP.)
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  • Advanced Weaponswork II: (Level 5 Forms in one weapon, and level 3 dagger forms.)
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  • Basic Weaponswork: (Level 2 Forms in one weapon. At this point, a maximum of four forms may be taught per RP.)
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  • Basic Weaponswork: (Teaches Level 2 Forms in one weapon.)
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Role-play Requirements:

  • One Emote Spar (To be completed prior to Basic Weaponswork I)
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  • Two Emote Spars (One to be completed prior to Basic Weaponswork II, and one to be completed after Basic Weaponswork II)
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  • Basic Weaponswork III: (Level 2 Forms in Dagger. At this point, a maximum of four forms may be taught per RP.)
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  • Basic Weaponswork III: (Level 2 Forms in Dagger.)
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  • Two Emote Spars (One to be completed prior to Basic Weaponswork III, and one to be completed after Basic Weaponswork III)
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  • Three Emote Spars (Two to be completed prior to Advanced Weaponswork I, and one to be completed after Advanced Weaponswork I)
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  • Four Emote Spars (Two to be completed prior to Advanced Weaponswork II, and two to be completed after Advanced Weaponswork I)
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Training and Advancement

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Training and Advancement

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  • Squad Command II: (Covers the more advanced aspects of commanding a squad. Explains basic logistics, and duties inimical to day-to-day command of a Squad.)
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  • Squad Command II: (Covers the more advanced aspects of commanding a squad. Explains basic logistics, and duties inimical to day-to-day command of a Squad. Also covers the basic duties of commanding a platoon)
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Code Requirements: Level 5 in one weapon, Level 3 dagger. Disarm

Role-play Requirements: Duties of a Senior NCO. Command I. General Tactics II. Field Command I. Teach one of each of the following lessons. (Duties of a Senior Enlisted. Small Unit Tactics I. Squad Command I.)

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  • Advanced Weaponswork II: (Level 5 Forms in one weapon, and level 3 dagger forms. At this point, a maximum of two forms may be taught per RP.)

  • Platoon Command: (Covers the duties involved in commanding a platoon on a day to day basis.)
  • Command I: (Covers the basic duties involved in commanding a full company)
  • General Tactics II: (Covers more advanced topics of warfare, including besieging fortifications, sabotage, entrapping opponents, etc.)

Role-play Requirements:

  • Field Command I: (Trains the Senior NCO in actual combat tactics and how to respond)
  • Two Teaching Roleplays (Small Unit Tactics I. Squad Command II.)

Required Endorsements:

  • Recommendation from a Senior or General Staff Officer.
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  • Basic Defensive Training II: (Teaches the Dodge skill)
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  • Advanced Defensive Training: (Teaches the Parry and Dodge skills)
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Required Lessons:

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Required Lessons:

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  • Military Philosophy I: (Explains the overall duties of any soldier. The moral and ethical premise behind soldiering)
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  • Military Philosophy: (Explains the overall duties of any soldier. The moral and ethical premise behind soldiering)
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Role-play Requirements:

  • Military Development I (Determines the general course of training for the individual. Which division, etc.)

Enlisted to Senior Enlisted:

  • Basic Weaponswork III: (Level 2 Forms in Dagger. At this point, a maximum of four forms may be taught per RP.)
  • Crossbow Training: (Teaches the Crossbow Skill)
  • Basic Defensive Training II: (Teaches the Dodge skill)

  • Squad Command I: (Explains the basics of commanding a squad. Teaches the Senior Enlisted how to take command in event of his NCO being incapacitated. Two RP's.)
  • Small Unit Tactics I: (Covers the basics of how small units work in engagements)
  • Instruction and Training: (Explains the basics of teaching)

Role-play Requirements:

  • One Teaching RP (Formations I, Military Etiquette I, or Patrol I)

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  • Miltary Law I: (Covers the basic rights of a Soldier, the legal duties of a Soldier, and the rankings of crimes.)
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  • Military Law I: (Covers the basic rights of a Soldier, the legal duties of a Soldier, and the rankings of crimes.)
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Trainee to Enlisted:

  • Basic Weaponswork II: (Level 3 Forms in one weapon. At this point, a maximum of four forms may be taught per RP.)
  • Basic Hand to Hand Combat: (Teaches two of the following HtH skills: elbow jab, gouge, choke and trip.)
  • Basic Defensive Training: (Teaches the Shield Block Skill. Required for Formations II lesson)

  • Military Philosophy I: (Explains the overall duties of any soldier. The moral and ethical premise behind soldiering)
  • Military Etiquette I: (Explains the basic etiquette required of any soldier. How to properly salute, how to greet higher rank officers, higher rank enlisted or NCO's.)
  • Formations II: (Covers Shield Wall and Turtle Formations)
  • Patrol I: (Covers procedures for patrolling)
  • Miltary Law I: (Covers the basic rights of a Soldier, the legal duties of a Soldier, and the rankings of crimes.)
  • Sparring I: (Covers the basis of emote combat, and how to define actions)
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