Ranking

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    Ranking

    Post by Kyodo M. Kino on Sun Aug 11, 2013 2:07 am

    Marines

    Taking Credit for Pirate captures: When taking credit for capturing a pirate, you must have been the one reported to have been leading your crew to capture said pirate. (You must be in charge at the time of the capturing, and handing out orders.)



    - Cabin Boy: The lowest rank of the marines, as well as the pirates. At this rank, the Marine soldier, or pirate is still learning how to do things, and is often placed with a mentor. This rank is otherwise known as the "Chore boy."

    Requirements: Starting rank, or somehow manage to be demoted.


    - Seaman Recruit: The eighteenth highest rank among the marines. This rank is for those who have better learned the art of combat, and fight among their comrades against the criminals of the four blues.


    Requirement: Starting rank.


    - Seaman Apprentices: The seventeenth highest rank among the marines. This rank is for those who have enhanced their fighting abilities and are set up to fight criminals among the Grand Line.


    Requirements: 2 weeks as a Seaman Recruit.


    - Seaman First class: The sixteenth highest rank among the marines. These soldiers are sent to fight pirates who sail across the new world.


    Requirements: 2 weeks as a Seaman Apprentice.


    - Petty Officer: A Marine who has flown through the ranks, these soldiers are no longer limited to the average Marine uniform, though it certainly isn't rare to see a Petty officer wearing the traditional uniform. Marine soldiers of this rank are allowed to command the lower ranking seaman and cabin boys in absence of a higher ranking marine soldier.

    Requirements: 1 week as a First class seaman.


    - Chief Petty Officer: A marine who has enhanced his skills yet again. Soldiers among this rank have higher authority than that of a Petty officer, and can take charge whenever there is a lacking of a higher ranking official.

    Requirements: Petty Officer for 1 week.


    - Master Chief petty Officer: A Marine soldier who has enhanced his skills quite a bit for his rank, thus deserving a promotion. Master Chief petty officers have more authority than a chief petty officer, therefore can take command whenever there is a lacking of a higher ranking official present.

    Requirements: Chief Petty Officer for 1 week.


    - Warrant Officer: The higher ranking of the lower classed marines. Officers of this rank are capable of commanding ranks that are lower than their own, unless there is a higher power present. This is the twelfth highest rank among the marines.

    Requirements: Take credit for the capture of 2 pirates


    - Ensign: The lowest rank among the commissioned officers. Officers of this rank and above are allowed to wear a special jacket known as "Justice." which often is worn with a suit underneath.

    Requirements: Warrant officer rank for 2 weeks. Capture 2 pirate crews.


    - Lieutenant Junior Grade: A marine officer who has greatly increased in skill, and has hunted down many pirates. Lieutenant ranked marine soldiers are the tenth highest rank among the marines. They have high authority, thus can take command should there not be a higher rank present.

    Requirements: Must be an Ensign for 1 week, must have captured 4 pirates, and 1 captain.


    - Lieutenant: A marine officer high in the ranks. These marines are required to have strong abilities, and be capable to handle any situation given to them. Members of this rank have high authority, and are capable of commanding those who are of a lower rank, unless a higher rank is present.

    Requirements: Capture two pirate crews. (Five members at least, including the captain.)


    - Lieutenant Commander: The eighth highest rank among the marines. Members of this rank are at the most rare of ranks, considering marines normally die from battling pirates before advancing in ranks. Therefore, the number of people possessing this rank are sure to be short. They are capable of commanding ranks lower than their own if a higher rank is not present.

    Requirements: Be a lieutenant for 2 weeks.


    - Commander: The seventh highest rank among the marines. They are capable of commanding the lower ranks if a higher rank is not present.


    Requirements: Capture 10 pirates, and 1 captain.


    - Captain: One of the higher ranks among the marines. There is normally one of these ranked soldiers placed on each ship, commanding the crew aboard the ship. Of course, if a higher power is present, then the higher power has command of the ship. Another duty of the captain is to remain at islands in which marine bases have been established, in order to keep the peace on said island.

    Requirements: Be a Commander for 2 weeks.



    - Commondore: The fifth highest rank among Marines. These ranked soldiers often remain on the more important islands, or are assigned to hunt down one specific pirate crew.


    Requirements: Capture 2 pirate crews (Ten members for each, including the captains.)


    - Rear Admiral: The first ranking among the admirals, and the fourth highest rank in the marines. Soldiers of this rank are often sent to hunt down a pirate with a high bounty.


    Requirements: Be promoted by an admiral/admin


    Vice Admiral: The third highest rank among the marines. These soldiers accompany the "Buster call" whenever it has been assigned, in order to make sure all goes well.

    Requirements: Be promoted by an admin/Admiral/Fleet Admiral.



    Admiral: The second highest rank among the marines. These soldiers have the power to do basically anything they wish to do. This rank is limited to three marine soldiers. Only one person, the Fleet admiral, has power over the three admirals.

    Requirements: Be promoted by two admins, or the fleet admiral.


    Fleet Admiral: The highest rank among the marines. Only one person may possess this rank at a time, and have rule over all marines. The Fleet admiral's orders are to be considered final, and can make up penalties as he chooses should someone fail to follow them. Only one person has more authority, which is the commander in chief of the world government.


    Requirements: Admin approval/Current Fleet admiral decides a successor and retires/turns inactive.
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    Danny Boy
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    Re: Ranking

    Post by Danny Boy on Sun Aug 11, 2013 11:32 am

    After Ensign, your requirements to rank up went to shit... Not to be rude, but I think the requirements need to be changed all in all, the way you have it here doesn't make sense.

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