KSI MeShell 7

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  1. Fall Classic 2018 Forums Challenge

    Let's gooo DM!!!
  2. General Chat

    Sounds good. I'm on quite often, so just shoot me a message over xbox when you wanna play some WW2.
  3. General Chat

    Lemme know if you ever want to practice some WW2, I hop on the game once in a while. Are you doing karaoke?! And thanks for the sumo tip, I'll have to try that out! I know it's easier to get them if you hit them from the side, I didn't know to go for the rear wheels though. Maybe my sumo skills will improve.
  4. General Chat

    I'm so ready for Fall Classic. Bout to kill it in some Sumo (if I even make the team lol). You signing up for the 7s WW2? I'd cheer for ya.
  5. General Chat

    Not too bad. Super tired today for some reason though.
  6. General Chat

    How are you doing?
  7. General Chat

  8. KSI AllStarRM 17 OS lvl 1

    During my time in CD, I had the pleasure of working with AllStar while I was General over Prodigy. I have seen him grow as a leader within the community, and he is now the General over Prodigy. He is hard-working and ensures that members within his squad are happy and safe. AllStar is always there when members have any questions or issues, and is willing to help with anything and everything. He definitely puts his members before himself - he's even stayed online all night in times of adversity to ensure the safety of not only members within his squad, but CD as a whole.
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  11. Security Check Guide Guide Introduction: A security check is the process of looking at information to make sure there will be no issues in the future regarding a potential or current member’s history. This is to be done with new members, rejoins, and anyone with questionable history. Members who are cleared to recruit should have complete understanding of what a security check entails, and why they are conducted. This process is crucial in the security and safety of your squad and division and should not be overlooked. If security checks aren’t completed in the correct manner, your squad and division’s safety may be at risk. For any questions, comments, or concerns please contact KSI Breakfast 7. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Security Check Process The security check can occur during a lockdown and before an individual is recruited. If you're recruiting, this is performed while you are in a party chatting with your potential recruit or before you invite them. As you are informing the potential member about KSI, look through their friends list and clubs. When conducting a security check, make sure you are thorough. Below are things you will be looking for when conducting a security check. If a potential recruit conflicts with any of these please contact your General or another officer for guidance. 1. Friends list Before being the recruitment process, the recruit must have more than 20 non-KSI friends. Any blacklisted or security risked community on their list must be removed and all contact ceased. When searching for blacklisted and security risked communities, make sure to check their activity feed as well. Examples of blacklisted, security risked, or other communities are listed below. While checking their friendslist for gamer tags with similar prefixes or suffixes from other clans or communities, look for any blacklisted, security risked, or other communities added. Examples: KSI, DBD, XGN, XGC, TGS The following are KSI's current security risked and blacklisted communities. Note: Watch out for potential recruits with multiple friends of similar names; recruits are allowed to have up to three different individuals in different clans/communities. 2. Age Requirement All recruits must be over the age of 15, as this is included in the C.o.C. and must be enforced. When asking for their age, if it seems questionable, ask for their date of birth. It is highly encouraged to ask for their age before beginning the recruitment process. Note: Remember that recruiting age may vary from division. If you do not know if your division follows the KSI standard age of 15, contact your General. 3. Gamerscore Recruits must have a minimum gamerscore of 500. This is strongly enforced and is set in place to prevent alternate accounts from joining KSI. Note: Minimum gamerscore is subject to change when a lockdown is initiated. If a lockdown occurs, confirm correct recruiting procedures with your General. 4. Mic Requirement It is required that the recruit has a working mic to be recruited in to KSI. Mics are essential for communicating with other members in a gaming community. Without a mic, communication is limited and inefficient for socializing and gaming within the community, thus the recruit must have a working mic.
  12. Tournaments and Events Suggestion Box

    It would be neat to see some sort of tournament for Dept Ops. Similar to Spirit Week or other annual events, instead of it being divisional-based, each department would have a team to compete in this tournament.
  13. Happy Hour July 6th Poll

    We chose games based on what the three of us had, and for the most part, know how to play. Feel free to throw out any suggestions of what you'd like to see during Happy Hour!
  14. Training and Promoting Guide: Below is a guide on the training process from Recruit to Private and from Private to Corporal or Sergeant. Training a Recruit to Private: A private is someone who has been in KSI for 48 hours. Their job is to meet new people, have fun, and attend gamenights and meetings. Their abbreviation is PVT. 1. Verify that the recruit is the age of 15 or older This is a very simple thing to do and it can be beneficial to your squad to verify that your newest member is of age. To do this, simply ask how old the recruit is or ask for the year that they were born. 2. Review the C.o.C This is one of the most important parts of the training process. Make sure they understand what each rule entails and how they are responsible for any infractions that they make upon them. When reading the C.o.C. Make sure to get a verbal agreement that they understand and abide by the KSI Code of Conduct! 3. Go over the Rank Structure up through Division Leader Along with the C.o.C. this is another important piece in the training process. Our rank structure offers us structure, stability, and organization. Privates should become familiar with the rank structure up through Division Leader. When reading the rank structure make sure to include who belongs in each position. It is very important to make sure they know who is in each officer position within your squad so that they know who to go to in case any problems should arise. The Rank Structure Includes: 4. Change their Privacy Settings Have the recruit go into privacy settings and change their friends list privacy to friends only. This step is essential to squad security and must not be overlooked. Steps: Privacy settings > View details & customize > Friends & clubs > Others can see your friends list - set to Friends 5. Change their Location and add into their Bio. Change recruit's location to "KSI (squad) (division) rank" Ex: KSI SAMURAI DW PVT After altering their Location, have them go into their bio and add, "Trained by (your gamertag here) on MM/DD/YY" Ex: Trained by KSI BobJr on 1/1/18 6. Recruit tag and club After completing all previous steps, have the recruit leave the recruiting club or remove the recruit tag as a friend. 7. Have them add the Squad Tag to their friends list When searching for the correct squad tag, either have them search for it or have them find it on your friends list. When searching, it is easiest to have them select "Find Someone" and type in the squad tag name. Once they find it, have the new recruit add the squad tag and send it a simple message such as "Hi", as sometimes notifications don't show up when someone new adds the squad tag. Don’t forget to post in your officer chat a message of the exact gamertag of the new private! Ex: Trained ShinyPotato548 to PVT on 1/1/18 8. Forums Our forums accounts play a major role in our careers as KSI members and can offer the opportunity to meet new members. When training someone to Private, do not forget to mention the forums and encourage the new Private to sign up. KSI’s forums are not meant to only be used by officers. All members across KSI are able to sign up for tournaments and events, such as Weekend Warfare, by utilizing their forums accounts. 9. Workshops As an official member in KSI, Privates should attend gamenights, squad meetings, and workshops. Workshops are highly encouraged to attend and are an important aspect of training and learning within KSI. Two important workshops that new members should attend are the New Member Workshop and Forums Workshop. By attending these workshops, members will learn about Clan Ops structure, a variety of KSI policies, how to navigate the forums, learn about different departments within KSI, and more. Each division hosts workshops on a rotational basis and members should keep an eye for any divisional announcements regarding these workshops. Promoting a Private to Corporal or Sergeant: A corporal is someone who has been in KSI for one week. Their job is to meet new people, have fun, attend gamenights and meetings, make new members within the squad feel welcome. This is the last rank you can reach without changing your gamertag to reflect KSI. Their abbreviation is CPL. A sergeant is the first rank that allows you to recruit. Sergeants are encouraged and taught how to recruit. Their responsibilities are to have fun, make new members feel welcome, attend gamenights and meetings, and learn more to possibly become an officer. Their abbreviation is SGT. 1. C.o.C. and Rank Structure Quickly go over the C.o.C. and ranking structure. When doing this, stress all C.o.C. rules and who is currently in officer positions and beyond. Going over the C.o.C. guarantees they know what behavior is expected of them as a KSI member. Corporals are responsible for knowing the rank structure up through Division Leader, and Sergeants are responsible for knowing the rank structure up through Senior Director. Covering who is what rank guarantees that they know who to go to with any issues but it most importantly can introduce them to members. The Rank Structure Includes: 2. Location and Bio Whichever their new rank is, have the Private change their location from “KSI SAMURAI DW PVT” to “KSI SAMURAI DW CPL” or “KSI SAMURAI DW SGT”. After changing their location, they have the option to update their bio, remind them that it looks better if they have a timeline of their advancement. If they do decide to add into their bio, have them add "Promoted to CPL by (your gamertag here) on MM/DD/YY” or “Promoted to SGT by (your gamertag here) on MM/DD/YY” Ex: Promoted to CPL by KSI BobJr on 1/1/18, or Promoted to SGT by KSI BobJr on 1/1/18 3. Performance Operations Workshops PO Workshops are highly encouraged to attend. By attending these workshops, members will learn how to navigate the forums, recruit new members into KSI, learn about different departments within KSI, and more. Each division hosts workshops on a rotational basis and members should keep an eye for any divisional announcements regarding these workshops. Corporals: New Member Workshop, Forums Workshop Sergeants: Basic Training Workshop, Forums Workshop, Recruiting Workshop Note: CPLs are more than welcome to attend Recruiting Workshops! However, they must change their gamertag to reflect KSI before they are allowed to recruit. 4. Co-Hosting Game Nights If wanting to take on more responsibility and possibly take on an officer position in the future, ask an officer if you are able to co-host a game night with them! This will help you gain more knowledge about holding a leadership position within your squad, and where to post game night attendances. KSI Code of Conduct: The Rules Explained
  15. June 2018 OTM nominations!

    Co-Division Leader Gamertag (Rank - Division/Squad) - KSI Gruntier 7 (Co-Division Leader - DM) Link to forums account - @KSI Gruntier 7 Reasoning why they deserve this - Gruntier is very humble; he doesn’t try to show off or make lower ranks feel like they’re of less importance. I’m truly astonished by the fact that he frequently hosts game nights for the division. He wants to get to know his members, and I know that can be hard when of a higher rank but he does his best to make his rounds and say hi! Gruntier cares about everyone in DM - he’s stepped up and participated in events when we couldn’t find anyone else to compete, and division security is extremely important to him. He always has discord messages to reply to or paperwork to do, but somehow manages to spend time with all of us. Gruntier just doesn’t seem to stop working… this guy needs a promotion! Founder Gamertag (Rank - Division/Squad) - KSI Blood 7 (Founder - DM) Link to forums account - @KSI Blood 7 Reasoning why they deserve this - Blood is what every leader should strive to be. He’s very open and isn’t afraid to speak his mind on any topic whatsoever. Good leaders are those who take things seriously, putting a large amount of effort into the work that they do. Great leaders allow themselves to put work aside and have some fun once in a while. Blood pushes himself to work as hard as possible - he’s been a Performance Officer, helps out developing Welcoming Committees across divisions, and works to have the best divisional security around. Blood is always enthusiastic when joining parties, he seems to know everyone in DM and everyone knows him. I think it’s funny how people think he’s mean when they first meet him, but I’ve never gotten that impression from Blood. He tells you how it is, and being upfront and honest with someone is an extremely important quality of a good leader. Everyone in DM definitely looks up to Blood. Co-Founder Gamertag (Rank - Division/Squad) - KSI Joe 7 (Co-Founder - DM) Link to forums account - @KSI Joe 7 Reasoning why they deserve this - Joe. I’ve never seen anyone show as much compassion for their division compared to this man. Joe genuinely cares about each and every member in DM. He’s the first person that I’ve ever seen to be on a first-name basis with everyone in a division. He parties up with anyone and everyone in DM, to play games with members or to just chat in the party. Joe motivates his members to keep accomplishing our goals and to keep contributing to this community by nominating anyone that he can for AAP awards. And he’s really adamant about everyone needing to feel like we’re equal, that no rank is better than another and CPLs are just as important as Generals. LT Gamertag (Rank - Division/Squad) - KSIDntAskImAwfl (3LT - DM/Venom) Link to forums account - @KSIdontask Reasoning why they deserve this - DntAsk stood out to me before I even transferred to DM. I would see her post on the forums helping out new members, making suggestions to departments, etc. I joined DM and when I first saw her post in discord I thought, “Hey I know her!”. She’s so helpful to members on the forums and reminds DM of KSI happenings that we should be aware of. Department Member Gamertag (Rank - Division/Squad) - KSI Bane (3CPT - DW/Paladin) Link to forums account - @KSI Bane Reasoning why they deserve this - Bane is extremely active in the Productions Department. He frequently posts in discord asking how everyone’s doing, or asks if anyone wants to hang out and play a game. Bane is also in charge of Happy Hour on Fridays, collaborating with his panel on which games to play for upcoming episodes instead of deciding on his own. And he’s always one of the first people to jump on streaming a KSI event. He’s super friendly, sarcastic, and hilarious. The Productions Department would be a whole different atmosphere without Bane around to liven things up. Member Gamertag (Rank - Division/Squad) - KSI Oddba11 (3LT - DM/Hellborn) Link to forums account - @KSI OddBa11 Reasoning why they deserve this - Oddba11 is such an exciting individual to be around! He’s very friendly and welcoming to new members in the division. You can always catch him hopping around to different parties and jazzing things up with his singing. I’m super proud of him for making it to 3LT! Keep up the good work.