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Pyramid Alliance

Hi there fellow comrades of planet bob, Greetings from the great Pyramid. One of the newest and fastest growing Alliances. First of all we would like share the sexayness of our flag with you (ooc) and to thank you for taking the time to visit and read our recruitment letter here. Odviously this isnt enough to convince you to join so we shall share some information about ourselves with you. Then hopefully you WILL join.

If by any chance you are interested in joining our themed alliance then all you have to do is sign up on our easy to use and sexay forums: Offsite Forum

Visit our IRC

Server: frozen.coldfront.net

Channel: #Pyramid

Ok so now i would like to tell you a bit about our alliance as a whole, and to give you an insight to what we have here. Well first of The Pyramid Alliance was formed on the 15th March 2008 by Tannerus the Great(Nation Cymru am Byth) and Anubis(Nation Underverse) after many months of indecision. The Pyramid is a Yellow Colour alliance and is an upcoming alliance in that sphere, we are not a neutral alliance and believe ourselves to defend ourselves if need be. We are currently still filling positions within the Government if thats an incentative for worthy ppl to try out for. The government is our own structure but are also looking for new ppl to help.

Our current Government is as follows of Rank:

2 Pharaoh's = Alliance leaders

3 Pharaoh's Council = Advisors and Council to Pharoah's

5 High Priests = like Ministers of Finance/Defense/Foreign Affairs/Recruitment. etc.

Citizens = General Assembly

Charter

Article I: Alliance Officials

. Section 1: Government Structure

Pharoah's - Alliance Leaders

The Pyramid Alliance aims to provide member nations with numerous roles in which to be involved. The almighty Pharoah's of the Pyramid is represented by the Pharoah's Council, which is elected popularly by the alliance Pharoah's.

Pharoahs Council - Pharoah's Advisers

The Pharoah's Councils duties will follow them being personal advisers to the Pharoah's of the Pyramid and to also oversee any decisions made. They will also handle Applications to the Alliance and deny any application with a good reason. They will also be the Pyramids commanders of the High Priests

High Priests - Leadership of Alliance Departments

High Priest of Defense - Responsible for the safety of the Pyramids Citizens and the Allinace as a whole. Will also be responsible for Militarizing the Alliance and preperations for the evemnt of a possible theat or war. Coordination wars between members and the authorisation of use of tatctical nuclear weapons

High Priest of Finances - Responsible for the Growth and Economics of the Pyramid and citizens. Aid Waterfalls/Trains, Tech Deals, Projects and schemes will be run by this High Priest and also runs the Bank of Amun-Ra as a whole.

High Priest of Affairs - Responsible for all relations between other alliances, including the signing of treaties, BLOCS, mergers, absorbings etc. Also runs the Embassys on a day to day basis, and commander of Pyramid Diplomat staff. All Internal Affairs and External

High Priest of Recruitment - responsible for The recruitment of new citizens of the Pyramid, Will command a team of recruiters to get new nations to join the Alliance

. Section 2: Appointed Apprentices

To further the mission and operations of the Pyramid, members are appointed to various positions by the High Priests / Pharoahs Council / Pharoahs. These appointed Offices are subsections under the respective High Priest Offices or specialized role, rather than High Priest level officials. Appointments are confirmed by the official High Priests / Pharoahs Council / Pharoahs.

Apprentice Finance Priest - Appointed by the High Priest of Finances. Second in command of finance acts, and appointed High Priest upon High Priests adsence.

Apprentice Defense Priest - Appointed by the High Priest of Finances. Second in command of Defence acts and procedures, and appointed High Priest of Defense upon High Priests absence

Apprentice Affairs Priest - Appointed by the High Priest of Affairs. Second in command of Foreign/Internal Affairs, cannot sign treaties without approval of current High Priest. And appointed High Priest of Affairs upon current High Priests absence.

Apprentice Recruitment Priest - Appointed by the High Priest of Recruitment. Second in command of Recruitment acts and policys, and appointed High Priest of recruitment upon current High Priests absence

Article II: Membership

Each member nation retains authority in conducting their own affairs along as they obide by our charter rules and other alliances charter, failure will result in disciplinary/Military action. Each member must conduct themselves in a polite, honest and respectfull manner

. Section 1: Application

Upon signing up for an account users must use there forum name the same as there ruler name on Cybernations.

Membership to the Pyramid can be applied for by posting an application thread in the new nation sign up forum. There are instructions for posting in there if any guest is unsure on what format we want.

Nation name:

Nation ruler:

Current or last alliance affiliation:

Reasons for leaving previous alliance:

Current or past wars:

Who recruited you:

Link to your nation:

New Nation Sign Up forum is not to be used as a place to spam us and get in contact with us, there will be a seperate forum for that when u create an account on our forums.

Any Application will be reviewed by the Pharoah's + Pharoah's Council. They have the right to deny any application/Membership they feel fit within there being a good reason or they hear of ay problems arise with that member. Or if the application hasnt been posted in the right format it will be automatically denied. A statement from the Pyramid will be made to the Applicant letting them know of the outcomes and why there decision has been made. Masking will also take place on the time of the application review.

This process should happen within 24hrs

Also upon Application members automatically fall under our Oath, as if they would of read this charter they would of found this out.

. Section 2: Oath

Every member here at the Pyramid upon acception has agreed to follow this oath:

1) I will obide by the Charter and rules of the Pyramid, and positions of higher ranking eg. Pharoahs, Pharoahs Council, High Priests, and the orders of other appointed members in their designated areas of control.

2) I will not declare war on any nation or commit any other act of aggression, regardless of any cause, unless authorized to do so by a ranking officer of Anubis's Army.

3) I will not make any statements of the Pyramid policys unless I am specifically told to do so by the Pharoah's Court. All secret information will be kept in the alliance and none taken out or leaked out. failure of this results in Perma-Zi.

4) I as a member of the Pyramid will agree to be active and help out with roles or any ideas any way i can and as much as i can.

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Article III: Elections

Section 1: General

A General Election Date must occur every three months, although it is possible to call an early election (see Section 2). The Pharaohs will NOT be elected in a General Election Date: see section 4, they must step down first. In the election, the High Priests will be elected and the Pharaoh’s Council members’ terms will expire. The election will be announced two weeks before the General Election Date. For these two weeks, the candidates for the posts can campaign and answer questions in their campaign threads.

Each candidate can only run for one post at a time, and may not occupy more than one post simultaneously.

Section 2: Eligibility to Vote

In order to vote, the citizen must be a member of the General Assembly when the election is announced. Those joining after this date are not allowed to vote.

Section 3: Early Elections

Early elections can be called either by the Pharaoh, the Pharaoh’s Council, or the General Assembly. Early elections can be to vote for new Pharaohs, new High Priests, or both of these. (It is possible to call an early election to elect one High Priest while leaving the others intact). Early Elections can also be called for the position of Pharaoh’s Council: in this case, they will simply result in the dismissal of part or all of the current council, (as specified in the election) and require the Pharaohs to choose new members. When an early election is called, it should be clearly specified which positions are up for a vote.

An Early Election Date will occur one week after the election is announced.

An early election can be called if BOTH Pharaohs agree on it. They must also agree on which positions are up for election.

An early election can be called if all three members of the Pharaoh’s Council agree on it. They must also agree on which positions are up for election.

An early election can be called if two-thirds of the General Assembly agree on it. They must also agree on which positions are up for election. If the early election is to elect one or two new Pharaoh(s), then 75% or more of the General Assembly must agree on it.

An early election cannot be called until at least two weeks after the last election date, UNLESS every member of the General Assembly agrees.

Section 4: Pharaohs

Note that an election for Pharaoh will only be held if the Pharaoh steps down.

A Pharaoh must give one week notice before stepping down. After this week, the vote for the new Pharaoh will be held. During the week, the candidates may announce themselves and campaign.

If no notice is given, the Pharaoh’s council will choose two people, (out of the Council and the High Priests) to serve as Pharaoh for a week until an emergency election is held.

To run for Pharaoh, the member must meet ONE of the following criteria:

a) Be a member of the General Assembly for one week before the election is announced. (NOT one week before the date of voting).

B ) Be nominated by two General Assembly members, both of who have been members for one week before the election is announced. (NOT one week before the date of voting).

c) Prior to the election, be a member of the Pharaoh’s Council, a Pharaoh, or a High Priest.

A Pharaoh may not run for election for more than three consecutive terms unless no member of the General Assembly objects.

Each General Assembly member will have two votes for Pharaoh.

There will be two rounds of voting. The four candidates who have received the most votes from the first round will move on to the second round. The second round will be held three days after the first round, and the top two candidates from the second round will become the new Pharaohs of Pyramid.

Section 5: High Priests

To run for High Priest, the member must meet ONE of the following criteria:

a) Be a member of the General Assembly for one week before the election is announced. (NOT one week before the date of voting).

B ) Be nominated by one General Assembly member, who has been a member for one week before the election is announced. (NOT one week before the date of voting).

c) Prior to the election, be a member of the Pharaoh’s Council, a Pharaoh, or a High Priest.

A High Priest may not occupy the same position for more than two consecutive terms unless no member of the General Assembly objects. This does not block them from running for a different High Priest position.

A candidate can only run for one High Priest position at a time.

Each General Assembly member has one vote for each High Priest position.

The candidate who receives the most votes for each High Priest position will be elected to that position.

Section 6: Pharaoh’s Council

There will be three members of the Pharaoh’s Council, selected by the Pharaohs.

In order to be eligible for a place, the member must have been a part of the General Assembly when the election for the Pharaohs was announced.

The two Pharaohs must both agree on which three members to choose.

The Pharaohs will have 10 days after being elected to decide on who should be in the Pharaoh’s Council. They may decide earlier.

If the Pharaohs are unable to decide on all three Council members, the General Assembly will vote to fill up the empty spaces. The vote will be held 1-2 days after the Pharaoh’s deadline to decide. Those candidates receiving the most votes will be elected to the Council, (the exact number will depend on the number of free spaces).

On General Election Dates, (and Early Election Dates if so specified) the term of all Pharaoh Council Members will expire. The expiration of a term will occur even if the Council members were appointed to fill a dismissal.

The Pharaohs will have up to 10 days after the Council terms expire to decide whether to choose new members or remain with the current Council members.

Council members cannot serve more than two consecutive terms, unless no General Assembly member objects.

The Pharaohs may dismiss Council members at any time. They must have chosen a new member before dismissing one.

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Article IV: Legislation

Section 1: General

I). A piece of legislation may be proposed by a member of the following groups: Pharaoh, High Priests, Pharaoh’s Council, General Assembly.

II).Depending on which of these groups the legislation is proposed by, it must follow different paths to be put into practice.

III). Section 2 does not apply to declarations of war. See section 3 for the practice for a declaration of war.

Section 2: Normal Proposition and Voting

I). A piece of legislation may be proposed by any member of the Pyramid Alliance.

II). A discussion thread for the legislation will be opened and can stay open for a maximum of fourteen (14) days. During this time the piece may be discussed, and edited by the proposer. The member who has proposed the legislation will decide when to bring the piece to a vote, or whether to withdraw the proposal. If the proposal still stands after fourteen days have elapsed it will automatically be brought to a vote.

III). The legislation must meet two of the following criteria (note that the Pharaoh’s Council and High Priests are not part of the General Assembly):

a) Be supported by more than 50% of the General Assembly who have voted.

B ) Be supported by two members of the Pharaoh’s Council and one High Priest.

c) Achieve 100% of the General Assembly vote.

IV). The voting will remain open for five (5) days. After this point, any of the above criteria that have yet to be determined will be marked as not passed.

V). After the above voting, the legislation must be approved by one Pharaoh.

VI). At this point, unless vetoed (see section 5) the legislation will pass.

Section 3: Declarations of War

I). A declaration of war may only be proposed by either:

a) A Pharaoh.

B ) A member of the Pharaoh’s Council.

c) The High Priest of Defense.

II). A declaration of war, once proposed, will immediately proceed to being voted upon. A valid reason for the declaration must be given in the voting thread. The voting will last for a maximum of four days. Should both Pharaohs decide to end the voting early, they may do so as long as two days have passed.

III). The declaration of war must be:

a) Supported by more than 50% of the General Assembly who have voted.

B ) Supported by two people out of the Pharaoh’s Council and the High Priest of Defense.

c) Supported by both Pharaohs.

IV). Under an emergency, it is possible to pass a declaration of war without support from the General Assembly. If supported by both Pharaohs and two members from the Pharaoh’s Council, war may be declared without support from the General Assembly.

Section 4: Pharaoh’s Council Decisions

I). Special procedures may be followed if all three members of the Pharaoh’s Council agree on a piece of legislation privately, and then present it to the General Assembly.

II). If this occurs, then only 35% or greater, (out of the votes cast) support is required from the General Assembly to pass the legislation.

Section 5: Vetoes

If both Pharaohs and two members of the Pharaoh’s Council agree, a piece of legislation may be vetoed.

The veto must occur within 5 days of the legislation being passed. After this time only new legislation can repeal the passed legislation.

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Article V: War

Section 1: General

I). All nation wars must be authorized by the High Priest of Defense or their Apprentice.

II). If targets are assigned as part of a war on an enemy alliance, authorization is not required here. Any of the assigned targets may be attacked.

Section 2: Tech Raiding

I). Tech raiding on unaligned nations is not prohibited by the Pyramid Alliance.

II). All tech raids must be authorized by the High Priest of Defense or their Apprentice, as per Section 1.

Section 3: Nuclear Weapons

I). Any use of nuclear weapons must be authorized by the Pharaoh. The use of nuclear weaponry without authorization from the Pharaoh is explicitly prohibited.

Section IV: No First Strike

I). The Pyramid Alliance is prohibited from attacking an alliance before declaring war on it.

Section 5: Consequences

I). Any nation breaking this charter, (especially the authorization aspects) will be investigated. There will be appropriate consequences.

So we do not turn anyone away for what team color they are on all are welcome. So if you do decide to help us and get this to one of the best alliances across planet bob then plz do not hesitate to visit our offsite forum and read joining instructions and POST your application now

If you want all of these:

Alliance Roles

Place to Grow

Friendly Community

Protection

Help with Finances

Something New

JOIN US NOW

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