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Per Unitatem



Article I

People who wish to join the Entente of Unity, at this point in time, need only contact the incumbent leader (Pathos) and answer questions asked to them regarding their nation, etc. This may also be conducted on IRC.

Article II

We believe in a haven free from discrimination and uncalled for hatred, as such any member found to be exercising traits ill becoming of this belief shall be expelled from the alliance at the digression of the government.

Article III

Myrmidons will not accept nations currently in a state of war against another nation.

Article IV

At this current point in time, the Entente of Unity belongs to the white team.


Article V

The Entente of Unity shall be a Ternion Form of Governement in which there shall be three leaders, one being vested with true power. The Director-General guides the alliance with his or her hand, while the Director-Consulate consisting of two Director-Consuls, shall steady and guide that very hand.

Article VI

Should the Director-General be unable to lead the alliance further, the two Director-Consuls shall be put up for election for the Director-General position. Director-Generals and the Director-Consulate are to give a minimal of one weeks warning before leaving the alliance, unless of course it is for reasons beyond their control.

Article VII

Once a new Director-General is chosen, the other Director-Consul retains his position. The Director-General shall appoint a second Director-Consul with approval of the incumbent Director-Consul and the Ministry.

Article VIII

Should one of the two Director-Consuls be unable to partake in the position further, the Director-General shall nominate a replacement with vocal (non-polled) approval from the Ministry. The same applies if the entire Director-Consulate should egress contemporaneously, the Director-Genernal shall nominate two new members of a Director-Consulate with vocal approval of the candidates by the Ministry. Should a Secretariat be up for nomination he cannot voice vocal approval of himself, for this is vain.

Article IX

There shall be four offices, collective referred to as the Ministry: the Department of War, the Department of the Economy, the Department of Domestic Affairs, and the Department of International Affairs. Each headed respectively by: the Secretariat of War, the Secretariat of the Economy, the Secretariat of Domestic Affairs, and the Secretariat of International Affairs.

Article X

The Secretariat of War levies the power to arrange and command the military in a matter corresponding with the visions of the ternion.

Article XI

The Secretariat of the Economy levies the power to organize the financial affairs of the alliance, his or her actions and projects being validated and legimized by the ternion.

Article XII

The Secretariat of Domestic Affairs levies the power to manage recruitment and applications, issue identification, and resolve internal squabbles within the alliance. The ternion shall guide his or her actions.

Article XIII

The Secretariat of International Affairs levies the power to appoint and relieve diplomats, and manage embassies. His or her power will be overriden by the ternion should one of his appointments be deemed detrimental to the alliance.

Article XIV

New Departments may be added or removed, save the ones listed, at the digression of the ternion.

Article XV

The Ternion may also issue the creation of Emergency Departments in times of political crisis or war, which upon inception have a maximum shelf-life of one month, and Secretariats for these Departments shall be made of by appointment. After one month, the Ministry will determine by vocal vote whether the office is worthy of renewal, otherwise it is deleted.

Article XVI

All Secretariats shall serve a term of two months, truncated only should they resign from their post or the alliance. All Unioneers may run for any position during an election, and do so for infinite elections. As long as they only run for one position per election.

Article XVII

In addition to the Secretariats elected by the populous, there shall be a series of outstanding members appointed to the rank of Officer whose duty it will be to address their colleagues as to the true internal affairs of the alliance.

Article XVIII

To preserve the alliance from the ravages of wasteful war, and to ensure exclusion from pointless trivial affairs, the Entente of Unity is bound only to sign treaties of Optional Protection Pact rank and below. No Mutual Pacts shall be made by the Entente of Unity Alliance.

Article XIX

New Articles may be added to the Entente of Unity's Charter at the digression of the general populous of Entente of Unity, and with unanimous approval by the ternion.


Article XX

The Entente of Unity does not condone the use of attacks against another alliance without an appropriate declaration of war. Should any Unioneer do as such without approval from a higher up, they shall be removed from the alliance.

Article XXI

The appropriate terms of Tech Raiding will be determined by the Minister of War for Myrmidons.

Article XXII

The Entente of Unity by its own laws cannot wage an offensive war unless it is obligation to a treaty or a protectorate. Otherwise, Myrmidons may only declare war in response to a legitimate attack by a nation or alliance, an attempt at espionage by an outside party, or by a DDoS attack upon our forums. Ignorance is never an adequate causus belli.


Article XXIII

When a new article is to be added to the Charter, it must be listed Pertaining to... followed by the appropriate section. Should an article be unable to be definitely placed in any of the listed categories it shall be labeled as Separate.

Article XXIV

Pertaining to Government: Should any Unioneer, excluding the Director-Consulate itself, be found guilty of conspiracy, the Director-General holds the right to remove them from the alliance. However, anyone removed from the alliance may appeal their removal at anytime following expulsion.

Article XXV

Pertaining to War: The power to sentence a nation to zero-infrastructure, or permanent zero-infrastructure, rests with the Director-General.

Article XXVI

Pertaining to Government: Should the Government be couped by any power, loyalty is to remain to the Director-General. Lest the Director-General has:

  • been deemed incompetent in leadership by the alliance itself
  • ignored and overrode the context of the charter
  • requested people to follow the new government

Otherwise, loyalty is to remain strictly to the ternion and it's Director-General.

Article XXVIII

Pertaining to Government: The exception to Article XVIII is in the case of Protectorates. Myrmidons may agree to sign protectorate agreements to be protected by another power, and to protect lesser powers.

Feel free to PM me or contact me on IRC if you want to join, basically we're an alliance of open-minded individuals seeking to spread good will, lulz, and CN gaming savvy to the rest of CN.

Edited by Pathos
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