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Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Fri Sep 06, 2013 1:11 am
by >aP<Eddy
Nice guide man

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 4:35 pm
by tin
@Epicnice: Bastion has been closed as an Ace of Spades clan, but they are still a community that is not related with AoS.

@Pingu: Being strict with applicants is an itchy subject. If you have just started a clan, you cannot expect to get all the good guys out there, but you always have to stick to your standard and eventually lift it to a higher level.

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Sat Sep 14, 2013 12:11 pm
by Defaulter

Nice guide, you may have use for this:

It contains contributes from many of the old clan leaders (Bastion, RoT, Komrades) I think you may have even contributed to it yourself though I can't recall for sure. Feel free to borrow from it, no credit required.

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Sat Sep 14, 2013 6:32 pm
by tin

Thanks, I will read it and look into it. However, I do find that that adding credits is essential (at least source link on the end of thread) as many people contributed into writing that.

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:18 pm
by k3rmo
Green_Happy3 Green_Sleeping Blue_Spade Green_Rifle Green_Pistol2 Blue_Pistol

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Sun Dec 15, 2013 3:49 am
by SuperSilence
k3rmo wrote:
Green_Happy3 Green_Sleeping Blue_Spade Green_Rifle Green_Pistol2 Blue_Pistol
Quality post, my friend.

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 7:20 am
by Ballistic
Tin, I think you should include the fact that skill isn't really important, community should he a clan's main focus. I've lately seen many clans focusing only on how " XxXmlG420n0ScoPepR0XxX" somebody is, which is really a shame.

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 8:40 am
by Teeth
Defaulter wrote:

Nice guide, you may have use for this:

It contains contributes from many of the old clan leaders (Bastion, RoT, Komrades) I think you may have even contributed to it yourself though I can't recall for sure. Feel free to borrow from it, no credit required.
I think the part about clan subsections in the paste might come in handy if the feature does get implemented here,

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Fri Oct 03, 2014 7:58 pm
by fahmida123
Hello everybody…how are you all…I have just joined this forum…well i am here to have fun and sharing some useful information. Hope I will get warmly welcome from all members…

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Mon Nov 24, 2014 9:38 am
by AandPGames
But how do I create a clan?
I usually get a lot of kills and points so I want to like make a clan to be more official. Green_Sunglasses1

What I mean by my question is, how do you start it, is there an official way to start one up but applying or something?
I always see like these people in clans when ever I am on any server and it would be appreciated if I got a answer to my question.
Thanks! Green_BigSmile

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Mon Nov 24, 2014 7:11 pm
by tin
You simply create a thread here! Everything else is explained here in the first post.

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Fri Jul 31, 2015 8:49 am
by brownnathan
WOW a real tip! lol I don't comprehend why anybody would need to cheat; it makes the amusement pointless.

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Fri Jul 31, 2015 12:02 pm
by [DI]Dwin
say that to the 80% part of players who are hacking.

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Mon Aug 22, 2016 8:03 am
by anamaria
Very good . I love you

Re: Clan Tips

Posted: Thu May 21, 2020 3:22 pm
by Lorentz27
Sun Aug 18, 2013 12:08 amtin wrote:
How can you make your clan become successful? How to lead a clan properly? What can you fix about your clan?

If these are the questions that you are asking yourself, this thread might help you out.

1. Clan Name

When you are starting a clan, you need to decide clan's name. The name is the first thing that people see and therefore it is very important. If I were you, I would try to think of an original, antistereotypical name. Most clans in all games have boring names such as "Super Omega Snipers", "Elite Force", "Veteran Slayers" and similar. Names similar to these are boring and you are not the first one that came up with, so avoid repetitious names. Take your time, think of a something original and go with it. Clan tag is something that you can work with later after you have chosen a name.

2. Place of residence

Where will you maintain your clan? There are many options such as your own PHPBB forums, Enjin site, Minit clan sections and many others, but my recommendation is b&s thread. Simply open a thread in this forum and maintain your clan. It is good for a start and you can go along with it when you grow, but if it doesn't satisfy your needs, you can always migrate to your own forums/site.

3. Thread organization

If you listened to my advice, you will most probably open up a thread here, so lets start with it. I would recommend that you write a thread in a text editing software such as notepad if you are familiar with BB code. If you don't know what it is, then you should write it all on the forums (without posting it while it is in stage of development obviously). Briefly, BB code allows you to bold, underline your text, and it has many other different options. Remember, writing thread will take a lots of your time. Be ready to sacrifice it, the more time you put in it, the better results will be. In the title of the thread you should put the name of your clan and/or tag. Its all up to you, just make it clear so people know what they are about to read. If your clan is named Purple Onion and the tag is [PO], your title can be something similar to:
Title wrote:
[PO] - Purple Onion Clan
Titles such as:
Title wrote:
[PO] JOIN US NOW!!!!!!!?!

are annoying and repulsive. Now, the most important thing is the core of your thread. Before you start writing, you should visualise what you wish to write, try to see an index of your thread, main chapters. Most important "chapters" are:
  • • General Info - Here you should write about your clan (or about yourself if you wish to), your goals and what type of clan it is. Most clans these days are competetive, meaning their goal is to play many clan matches. Try to interest people with this chapter, it may be the most important one so again, take your time to write it. Your goals and you as a person are the most important factors for your clan's future.

    • Recruitment Policy - Recruitment policy is an assemblage of rules and filters that will allow certain people to join your clan. Here you should apply your personal clan rules (for example: be nice to everyone) and your own vision of people that you want to be in your clan. Recruiting and activity are the 2 most important factors for your clan to survive. Take your time to write it and be clear with what you like/want and don't like. Explain people how they should apply and provide a format for it.

    • Ranks/Roster - In this chapter you should list all of your members and their belonging rank. Your clan may or may not have ranks. You yourself are the leader, and others are members. Hierarchy is something that varies from clan to clan, so it is all about you. Remember, keep a reasonable amount of ranks, preferably up to 5-6. More than that would most probably be too much.

    • Matches and Events - Events are an activity boosters (Clan matches, meetings, etc.) and make sure that you organise them. You can use this chapter to list and track upcoming events, matches policy and matches history.

    • Contacts - Make sure that you list all available mediums that you use, such as IRC channel, Skype groupchat, Facebook page, e-mail and similar.
These are the "main" chapters that you should use, but of course that you can have your own custom ones such as Signate Shops, Model Workshops, History Logs and similar.

4. Clan Management

To manage your clan properly, you have to be selfconfident and decisive. If you start something, stick to it and follow your own rules and goals. I have mentioned recruitment policy, so I will rant about it a little bit more. As I have said, you need to filter people that get into your clan. People in your clan give an image of your clan and they are the most essential parts of it, so be careful with it. In the beginning you might crave for someone to apply and hesitate to accept that person, but I always recommend that you should do background checks on that person. Check his clan history, whether he/she was banned, how he/she acts and similar. After you gather many info, go ahead and make a decision about that person, accept/decline him/her. Also, avoid clan hoppers (people that change clans blazingly fast). They will ruin the reputation that you may have and they will leave your clan most probably again, blazingly fast. They are not welcome in any clan, so keep up relatively high standards. Second thing that is essential is your activity. Maintaining clan activity isn't an easy job. It will take your time and nerves to keep it these days. Remember, people won't do things unless you remind them to do so 12345 times (to attend a match/meeting, help you out and similar stuff). Find a good way to communicate with your members, especially if they are in different, far away time zones. If some of your members gets inactive for a long period of time without announcing it, don't hesitate to kick him/her. Show people that activity is a mustRachat de crédit de crédit meilleur taux. One more thing, don't give up easily even though you don't see results really quick. Patience and persistence are the keys to success.

5. Promotion & Integration

You may be a good leader with a decent clan, but promoting your clan is also essential. By saying promotion, I don't mean yelling and spamming about your clan around. Right type of promotion is to integrate your clan with the community and presenting your clan on a unobtrusive way. To integrate, you may want to use an IRC Channel. If you don't know what IRC is, please read this. There you can read some basics (notice: this is SPQR IRC guide written by Kodiak, channel for buildandshoot is #buildandshoot instead of #SPQR). To find out how to create your own channel for your clan, ask someone in #buildandshoot IRC. After you have done that, invite people into your channel and chat with them. You can also organize many various events and matches (for example [yourclan] vs. Forums). Use forums, signatures, IRC and similar tools to help you introduce your clan to the community. If your clan was able to survive for some certain amount of time (3-4 months) it will be noticed a little bit just regarding the fact that it survived.

6. Conclusion

Purpose of this thread was to help you guys out there, hopefully you have learned something new. Just be dedicated and really into leading a clan and I am sure that you will do fine.

Patience is the key, take your time.

7. Other Helpful Links

Why Clans FAIL and What YOU Can Do To Prevent That, written by USABxBOOYO
Hello, I really don't know how to lead a clan, there is always an error every time