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The Crimson Order [PvP-AvA-RP][18+][Military Friendly]

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System : PC/Mac
Faction : Ebonheart Pact
Play-style : Moderate
Focus : PvE, PvP, Roleplay, Social
Time Zone : North America
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About The Crimson Order [PvP-AvA-RP][18+][Military Friendly]
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The Crimson Order

Who are we?

The Crimson Order is a collection of adult game enthusiasts that has endured for over 10 years, through multiple games. We are influenced heavily by our many active and prior service members, and as such, have created a very structured and cohesive guild that allows for maximum opportunity for members to advance through their own merits. "Guild Drama" is put down with extreme prejudice, as all of us are adults who do this in spite of our jobs, not as our jobs, as is the case in some other guilds. These reasons, along with a strict spiritual adherence to our core principles, have given CO lasting power that transcends pixels on the screen, and truly has become a collection of friends.

The Crimson Order focuses primarily on military operations (such as open world PvP, alliance vs alliance content, and territorial control). While our focus is on our military operations, we do pursue other content. We have traditionally had a strong supportive crafter base, and do go after high end PvE content.

Why join the Crimson Order

- Military friendly - many of our leaders and members are active or prior military.
- Proven history and staying power - the Crimson Order is not a fly by night guild and has continuously existed for more than ten years in various games while other guilds folded and closed up shop.
- Highly structured - we have a structured top-down military organization. When you join, you won't just be in an amorphous blob of members who are left to their own devices.
- Awesome environment - when you join the Crimson Order, you are joining a community of fellow gamers. Our members say they keep coming back to the CO for our community.
- 18+ community - we only accept adult members.
- Anti-drama - we don't tolerate drama or power plays.

Our core values

Our values define who we are, what we strive for, and where we go in the future. All members of the CO are expected to live, breathe, and act in accordance to these values.

Duty. Honor. Respect. Dignity. Courage. Innovation. Adaptability. Maturity. Distinction.

Our vision

The CO’s vision today builds upon on our past strengths with a focus on providing the best possible experience for our members in the present and into the future.

Our vision is to provide Member Focused Leadership, Strong Organization, Open Two-Way Communication, Service to our Online Community, and a Fun and Supportive Environment. The Crimson Order will strive for excellence in all that it does, and will aim to become the premier Ebonheart military organization in the game.

Our history

If we don’t know where we came from, how do we know where we are going?

The concept of the Crimson Order began in 2003 when several individuals came together with a common vision and direction for a new organization in Star Wars Galaxies. The ideals of member focused leadership, a clear cut and strong military style structure, open flow of communication, and our core values.

These leaders formed the Crimson Order, which also became known as the 1st Battalion of the 209th Stormtrooper Regiment. The Crimson Order quickly grew to prominence on its server, leading several major military campaigns and bringing together one of the largest alliances seen in the game. The SWG branch of the CO closed up shop in 2011 along with the final server shutdowns.

In 2010, the Crimson Order opened a branch in Star Wars The Old Republic. The CO again focused on community building and partnering with other guilds in game. The TOR branch of the CO also became known for its activities in open world PvP.

Other branches of the CO have seen service in the Matrix Online (beta testing), World of Warcraft, EvE Online, Tabula Rasa (beta testing), Age of Conan, and Star Trek Online.

Our organization

Our focus is to have a fully functioning, and independent army. We will cover all aspects of combat, command, training, information, crafting, supply, and dominance of the entire globe.

The CO is organized based on a slightly modified military structure but in line with the lore of the Elder Scrolls. We have a clear chain of command led by the Grand Master of the Crimson Order. We use the tried and true structure of Company/Platoon/Squad to make up the backbone of our organization. We also have other specialist detachments that will focus on various tasks. The entire structure is constantly reviewed to maximize efficiency.

Promotions in the CO are earned through hard work, talent, and determination. Corruption and nepotism have no place in the CO.

Our leadership

The leadership of the CO has over twenty two years of combined experience leading guilds and organizations for a large variety of games and in real life as well. Our command staff is focused on serving the needs of their members first, not on expanding their personal power or fame.

At the top of the structure are the Grand Master and the Chapter Masters who provide the strategic level leadership, advice, and counsel for the Crimson Order’s operations. The Chapter Masters are supported by Company Commands and Platoon leadership which provide more of the tactical leadership and driving the day-to-day affairs of the Order.

The Crimson Order places a lot of emphasis and responsibility on its lower level leadership. As these leaders are usually in the trenches tending to the needs of their troops, they play a vital role in building the Order. Therefore, we are constantly striving to find and to help develop and train new leaders.

How to join

The Crimson Order is always keeping an eye out for new members and is currently open for new applicants. Please keep in mind that we do review all applications and may require a brief interview to make sure you will fit in with the Crimson Order. Also, new recruits are generally placed in a trial period as determined by the recruiting staff.

We are also currently looking for people with the following skill sets (this list will be updated as our needs change):

- Graphic Design Specialists
- Web Design/Coding Specialists
- Propaganda Specialists

Additionally, any former member of the Crimson Order and friends and family of members can join via an expedited process.

If you feel that you have what it takes to be a member of the Crimson Order, head over to our website at http://crimsonorder-teso.enjin.com/ and sign up (be sure to use your main character’s name when you register).

Remember:

- You must be a member of the Ebonheart Pact.

- You must also be at least 18 years or older. However, we do make limited exceptions in certain cases; please contact one of our leaders for more information.

- You must agree to abide by the Crimson Orders Rules and Regulations without exception or hesitance.

- You will need to be willing to download and use Mumble to participate in any of the Crimson Order's military operations or PvP.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact any one of our leaders or designated recruiting staff.

Sincerely,

On behalf of the Grand Master of the Crimson Order,
Caden Graka
This post was last modified: November 26th 2013 06:13 PM by The Crimson Order
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I have been a long time member of this guild, joining 2 years after its inception. Throughout multiple overseas deployments while on active duty, this guild has been consistent in its support of its memberships. They truly embody the notion of members first. Some of my very best friends in real life have come from this guild, and it continues to impress me with its wide range of individuals from all walks of life. I urge anyone who is interested to check us out at

http://www.crimsonorder-teso.enjin.com
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Why have you been a member of this guild for so long?

Because these people understand the meaning of loyalty. Even in the worst of times, it is always CO first, all others second. Being apart of the this guild actually means something to the leadership. Membership has it's privileges means something. I have been in many guilds that once you put your time in they expect, they give nothing back, they don't care about anything but themselves. The Crimson Order to me has always been about the members. What can we do for the members to keep them entertained, happy and wanting to come back is a question I still here in the thoughts of my fellow commanders. What more do you need in a guild?
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“Get to know the Crimson Order’s Leaders: Part Two – Vaylen Darkstar”


Vaylen Darkstar is currently serving as Assistant Guild Master (guild leader) of the Crimson Order.

About Me

I got my start in online gaming way back in the days of AOL chat based RP back in the mid 1990's. Vaylen (LrdValen at the time) was a Mage in the ranks of an RP guild known as Goldenmyst. I worked my way up the ranks and began to discover I had a knack for pissing people off and being a straight faced liar...all useful tools in an RP environment of court intrigue and such. After causing 2 civil wars in 3 separate guilds, and being voted the Most Evil Character 2 years running, AOL RP sort of petered out. I had recently graduated high school as well, and joined the US Navy on September 6th, 2001. As all of us remember, things got a bit hectic about a week after that, and I, as a field medical specialist with the Marine Corps, stayed pretty busy.

Fast forward to 2005, I am stationed now in Chicago, working in the ER of a Naval Hospital, when a good friends of mine (Ewel/Matt), as a way to channel my propensity for politics and my inner geek, introduced me to the wonder of Star Wars Galaxies. I was hooked. SWG was my first MMO, though I had played a few online games such as Starcraft and Diablo 2. At the time, Ewel owned and operated his own guild on the Naritus server known as DoTA (Defenders of the Alliance). While a rebel guild was not my first choice, he was my bff so I went. Not long after I got to Chicago, I was sent over to Iraq. Comming back, the guild had disbanded under some....less than honest circumstances from some of the other members. Matt and I decided to join an Imperial Guild to go hunt them down and lay waste to their pixels. The Crimson Order was a guild we had fought many times, and Corf readily accepted us after we complimented his toons hair. CO was great, and I stayed there, moving up the ranks and eventually re-starting the Jedi RP arm of the guild known as the Dark Conclave. My ability to write flowery creative things had not diminished thankfully, so I took up the role of lore-master and historian, gleefully RPing a Sith Lord in much the same way Lord Vaylen had been an elven warlock in AOL land, while Ewel took on the mantle of Dark Lord.

This lasted basically until server merger in SWG. The new management and I had some issues, and Ewel and I left the order as it was getting ready to head down a path we didn't like. This is often known as the CO "Dark Ages" or, "The Age of Kress". It was a dark time in the Order...but short lived. During that time, I found refuge in a hardcore PvP guild known as Drow/BoTS (Brotherhood of the Spider) which was a typefrag sponsored gaming group. I really began to love large scale open world PvP at that time. BoTS eventually went by the wayside, and Ewel and I decided to start back up CO on the server we were on (Flurry). We had heard of the new TOR guild being formed by Caden and other OG members, and while neither of us knew Caden personally at the time, we approached him with our desire to re-open an SWG - Flurry chapter of the Order, paying deference to his role as the guild progenitor.

SWG offically shuttered its doors, and Ewel and I became fulltime members of the CO:TOR chapter leadership. By that time, I was out of the Navy and working in Washington, DC where my talents for politics and writing expanded. After a while, it became evident that TOR was not what we all thought it would be. The other 2 members of the leadership council left the guild, and eventually Caden took leave, passing lead to Ewel, and I became the Executive Officer. I mainly focused on recruitment and policy writing, as it had become something of a skill of mine. Recently, along with Ewel, I have abdicated myself from any official duties (while still counseling the new guild leader in political and other sensitive matters) in the TOR guild to help Caden focus on The Elder Scrolls.

Questions and Answers

What was/is your best MMO experience and opportunity to date, and a particular instance in your gaming experience that you will never forget?

Well, I would have to go with Star Wars Galaxies as well. The epic guild wars we would have on Naritus, to the point that we got the Devs involved and they would bring in Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker to fight in and among us was just mind blowing. Also, the Crimson Order guild meeting where the Dev's brought the Emperor in a shuttle to come speak to us after we completely obliterated the rebel faction on Naboo. The counter-intel we were able to run in that game was also great. Real tactics, strategy, and all kinds of immersive playing were involved.

Why have you been a member of this guild for so long?

CO has always been there for me. Through 2 combat deployments to Iraq, I had guys from the guild writing me E-mails in country to see how I was going and what was up with me and seeing if I was alright. I have met with guys in the guild that have lived close to me, and we are close friends now. CO has always been more about its members than about any specific game. We may not be a huge mega guild...or a "professional" level guild, but CO has been around for 10 years because the members form a close knit bond. The fact that we are neither gigantic, nor professional speaks volumes for our longevity in my opinion. We also bring a huge amount of relevant experience to whatever we do. At any given point, to have professional leaders bring what they know to something they are passionate about is always a joy to be around.
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Looking to satisfy that pseudo-sociapathic urge to kill High Elves? Needing some new clothes and can only settle for the finest in Khajit fur? Tired of the pretentiousness of Bretons?

Then look no further friend! Come visit the halls of the Crimson Order, have some mead, sharpen your axe, restring your bow, and enchant that staff, for we have some bloody business to attend to.
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“Get to know the Crimson Order’s Leaders: Part Three – Ewel Long”

Ewel Long is currently serving as Assistant Guild Master (guild leader) of the Crimson Order.

About Me

I started playing Star Wars Galaxies in Sept 2003 and remember having to run everywhere, actually having to punch everything because I hadn't had a weapon built yet. I played for about 3 months and the due to Navy Schools left for about 2 1/2 years. In late 2005 I came back after a real life friend talked me back into it. I built a new toon on Naritus server and settled on Tatooine in Krayts Gate with the guild ACME. I started at the bottom, slowly worked my way up in level and I prestige within the guild. This was a neutral guild with both Imperial and Rebel factions.

After about a year, there was a true divide within the guild with the factions polarized. I became the leader of the Rebellion side, and after a time split from the main guild and formed the Defenders of the Alliance (DotA). We quickly rose to prominence as a Rebel guild and due to our actions on the battlefield and skill at diplomacy formed a true rebel alliance with all the other rebel guilds on the server. We were able to coordinate between us and attack and control the ebb and tide of the battles. I worked with the DEVs and set up 3 server wide battles earning badges from the Devs. At this point we had about 150-200 active members.

But as usually happens all things come to an end. In 2006 I transferred duty stations and was out of pocket for about 30 days. In this time the guild crumbled, split off and DotA ceased to be. I found myself to view the rebellion as it truly was and with eyes wide open embraced the Dark Side. I had just become a Jedi Knight when this happened.

I stayed guild less for a time, and was approached by a Wookie Jedi named Rockies to join his guild the Crimson Order. After looking at the recruiting posts, talking with the at this point mysterious Corf and convincing the remnants of my former guildies to join i began my glorious ride within one of the best groups of friends I have met, without ever truly meeting them.

What further attracted me was the structure, loyalty and openness of the guild. I was able to join the Conclave of the guilds Jedi. After a few months I was able to be promoted up the Chain of Command until I was made the Dark Lord of the Conclave.

I held this position in the guild for about a year at which time as sometimes happens under new leadership, things change and old ideas are discarded for new ones and the leadership lost it's focus of what the founders started. I left the guild and SWG and floated to DDO, LOTRO, Vanguard, Conan and finally back to SWG. We moved to the Flurry server where I for the first time was promoted to the Guild Leader.

I served as the Company Commander for the Star Wars: The Old Republic section of the guild. After a time I was promoted to the Guild Leader for the second time and ran the guild for just over 15 months.

I am in real life married to one of the best women in the world, who understands gaming, and allows me to be me. Most of the older crew know her as Cisri. I am on active duty in the greatest Navy in the world, and serve as an Independent Duty Corpsmen at the Naval Consolidated Brig in Chesapeake VA. I am set to retire in June of 2014 and am in the research phase of my business plan to open up an Irish Pub somewhere in the greater Chicago land area. I am pursuing my BS in Health Science with an ultimate goal of a Physician's Assistant if the pub just don't work out. I am an open person and for the most part if you ask me, I'll tell you in ass bleeding detail.

Questions and Answers

What was/is your best MMO experience and opportunity to date, and a particular instance in your gaming experience that you will never forget?

I can honestly say that for the most part everything I have done with CO. The entire time has been and continues to be a pleasure. Just good people, good times, and by and large no drama. The greatest opportunity to date has been the ability for me to be able to bring my thoughts and ideas as a leader for the guild. To be able to help the guild grow and give back to the people whom I call friends.

Why have you been a member of this guild for so long?

Because these people understand the meaning of loyalty. Even in the worst of times, it is always CO first, all others second. Being apart of the this guild actually means something to the leadership. Membership has it's privileges means something. I have been in many guilds that once you put your time in they expect, they give nothing back, they don't care about anything but themselves. The Crimson Order to me has always been about the members. What can we do for the members to keep them entertained, happy and wanting to come back is a question I still here in the thoughts of my fellow commanders. What more do you need in a guild?
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Hello! I'm Jason (AKA Nerix). I'm One one of Crimson Orders platoon leaders for PvP.


Our ESO chapter has grown to over 60 members already! (new and old)

I vouch for my CO brethren. Great group of guys and gals. We're in it for the long haul. This guild has been around for 10 years kicking ass, and theres more to come for ESO.

If you're a military service member, or veteran, this guild is great. They take into account the fact that everyone has to face RL issues, and take care of business. Just because you may have a leave of absence, you wont be booted from the guild due to inactivity.

Don't waste your time with anyone else, apply to the Crimson Order and get some peace of mind knowing you're in a well established and mature guild from day one!
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I am Jason as well, -
new i haven't even had a chance to play the BETA however these lovely group of peoples have been able to assist me through my build found me a direction and we will be soon
"fucking shit up" so best join up, -- otherwise be fucked up.
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(February 16th 2014 01:40 PM)GiZiT Wrote:  I am Jason as well, -
new i haven't even had a chance to play the BETA however these lovely group of peoples have been able to assist me through my build found me a direction and we will be soon
"fucking shit up" so best join up, -- otherwise be fucked up.

listen to him. wise man, with a stellar name.
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I'm Ky. New to the Crimson Order, but everything they say is legit. Grown-ups, no drama. Like to play a game and want to dominate it. Check it out!
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I am spending far to much time in TS already and the game hasn't even launched yet. But TS is always bumping.
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As a long time MMO player, I appreciate the value of a friendly, good, and strong guild. After previewing many guild recruitment posts I applied to Crimson Order. I'm very happy with that decision. The membership is friendly and courteous.

I would recommend this guild to family and friends. Y'all should give us a look.
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“Get to know the Crimson Order’s Leaders: Part Five – Ara Kiel”

Ara Kiel is currently serving as the CO of Bravo Company (the PvE division) of the Crimson Order.

About Me

My MMO life started when I purchased a copy of the game Anarchy Online back in ‘02 shortly after the launch of Notum Wars. It was the first time I stepped my virtual foot into an MMO and I was completely floored by how awesome it was to be in an online world with hundreds of other people running around. I spent the next 2-1/2 years destroying my social life as I climbed the ladder as an MP finally landing in probably the best Omni guild on the server, Dark Front. I spent all my time with them defending our tower fields, trying to hold the box on Tara, leading Smug and merc raids, and hitting up Pandemonium on Omni weeks. I left a few months after the launch of Warcraft with a group of AO players to start a guild in that game.

When AO was too quiet I found myself booting up Planetside 1, having picked up a copy with the game’s launch in May 2003. I spent the next year and a half in the Vanu Sovereignty working with great clans like Central Spike and XoO to make Auraxis purple and getting my ass handed to me for hours every night as I tried my best to keep everyone in my squad and their equipment alive with my trusty squirt guns. I left that game a couple months after the launch of the BFRs and other silly mechanics introduced in Aftershock.

November ‘04 the month that shall live in infamy. Both Everquest2 and Warcraft launched that same month and I had to choose which group of friends to follow, eventually deciding on EQ2. I spent my first 6 months in that game jumping around between guilds as they formed, combined, failed, and eventually settled with what ended up being the first hardcore guild on the server that didn’t need an exploit to kill their mobs, Trinity. I spent a while as an Inquisitor, healing the first raid mob kills and waiting for something resembling endgame content to be released. Eventually I decided to drop to semi-casual status in EQ2 to go check out a guild my friends from AO created in Warcraft.

Over the next 3 years I played both games concurrently, raiding MC, Ony, etc. content in WoW and SS, KoS, etc. in EQ2 in multiple guilds until I finally found a guild of people I really clicked with in EQ2. The next 4-1/2 years I pretty much stuck with the same core group of people getting more and more hardcore as we shed all the moderates and recruited specifically for progression. Over time the leaders, the expansions, and even the guild name changed but the core group of us stayed together, eventually ending up in a guild called TR. Without a doubt, in that guild I met the nicest people and had the best time I have ever had in a game. We spent multiple expansions tearing though raid content and my friendships with a couple of people in the guild grew to the point that I ignored my real life friends and responsibilities just so I had more time to spend ingame with them. EQ2 finally fell apart for me when I received a significant promotion at work and yet the avatar (world raid boss) pulls had me getting phone calls at 4am forcing me to work the next day with no sleep, and times when I was called into work after hours I received an insane amount of grief from members, or my boss the next day if I didn’t answer the phone. To this day I feel horrible about leaving my online friends, the guild, and the game, and moving on, but I had to make a choice for sanity’s sake. That was definitely the “All Good Things...” moment of my life.

After leaving EQ2 I moved on to other MMOs such as Aion where I burnt out on PvP, Rift where my favorite class was nerfed bad shortly after I geared up and began raiding which pissed me off so bad I quit, GW1 and STO where I spent plenty of nights drinking beer with my old Planetside 1 friends running dungeons and PvP’n but keeping it casual, and most recently GW2 where I seriously disliked the lack of trinity at endgame, FF14 where server lag spikes made my attempts at raiding painful, and TSW where I burned out on nightmares and the awful PvP. So here I am, waiting for ESO and hoping for the best.

If there’s one consistent theme about me it’s that I’m the kind of person that tries every decent MMO that is released. I always max level a toon (usually a healer) as fast as I can, ignoring silly things like sleep. I tear through the dungeons getting my gear level up as quickly as possible and min-maxing all my sockets, enchants, etc., and eventually I’m dragged into whatever raiding or endgame they have by that high feeling you get after killing a new raid boss that almost nobody else can kill. It’s a drug, and I’m an addict.

...oh yeah, and I‘ve played Eve off and on since 2005 because I love tears, whether they are mine or from the guy that just took my arty alpha to the face doesn’t matter.

Questions and Answers

What was/is your best MMO experience and opportunity to date, and a particular instance in your gaming experience that you will never forget?

You would think that with all the raiding I have done that my best experience would be related to some crazy boss kill but it’s not. If I could relive any moment in my gaming history it would be one night, years ago, when my best ingame friend (a tank) that I (a healer) had raided with for years decided it would be fun to chain run dungeons as fast as we possibly could with pickup dps. That crazy bastard pulled entire dungeons in one running frenzy, aoe taunting like a boss while I healed as fast as I possibly could move my fingers, chugging mana pots, and pissing my pants laughing on TS. We had BiS gear on so the chance of dying was definitely mitigated but the comments from the pug dps at the end of each run, who had never seen anything like that before, definitely made it a night to remember.

Why this guild?

I put a general forum post out there looking for a semi-hardcore guild for ESO and I received over 30 responses. It wasn’t until I sent out emails to many of them requesting clarification on guild policies etc. and received almost nothing but shit tier answers that I knew CO was for me. Vaylen, one of the guild leaders, sent me back a wall of text that wasn’t canned, insincere, or looking like it was written by a drunk 12 year old. It was by far the most thorough and honest response I had received in all my years gaming and after reading that I knew it was going to be a good fit. So far I definitely have not been let down.
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Joined the Crimson Order and very glad to have found a good home. Very well organized and active, with many near and long term goals which they have every intention of achieving.

If you have a strong interest in pvp/pve, crafting and even light RP, you would do well to submit your app here.

Good luck o/
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I am currently a recruit for this guild and hope I do everything that is needed to become a full fledged member. A friend that I work with is a member and we are both Elder Scroll fans and once I said I was looking at getting Elder Scrolls online he told me about the guild he was in and how most of the members are former military or active military. That is what drew me into this group, I know how military folks think being a former Infantry Men myself and missed the comradery that the military instills in its troops. I was pretty excited that I even got selected to become a recruit as I am pretty much a noob to MMO's but they are willing to give everyone a equal chance to prove that they have what it takes to cut it as a Crimson Order member, so don't hesitate this is the guild you are looking for, apply today!!!
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