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#13521248 Nov 10, 2017 at 04:54 PM · Edited 4 years ago
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This list of In-Character Rules is to be revised soon!


Superiors are defined as any member within Hath's Vanguard, Praetorian, or any member whom may outrank an individual. The offices of Hath's Vanguard and Praetorian include but are not limited to:
  • Matriarch
  • Justicar
  • Knight-Lord of the Silver Hand
  • Commander (Icewing Brigade)
  • Lieutenant (Icewing Brigade)
  • Magical Chairman of the Magical Association of New Alterac
  • Abbess of Eagle's Perch
  • Medical Chief

Enemies of the Citrine Eagle
An enemy of the Citrine Eagle is defined as any faction whom currently has declared war upon the Citrine Eagle.

Illegal Goods
Illegal Goods shall be defined as clothing or armor that citizens of Stormwind are prohibited from carrying on their person. Goods that are deemed illegal are listed:
  • Forgery Devices, or any tools required to forge documents.
  • Felweed, a fel-tainted herb harvested from the Outlands.
  • Demon's Blood, or any artifacts or items imbued with fel magic.
  • Undead Plague, or any artifacts or items imbued with the plague.
  • (1) Knights of the Ebon Blade may own, but not distribute items imbued with the plague.


A misdemeanor is a minor act which will result in a Minor Punishment. A member of the Citrine Eagle will be convicted of a misdemeanor if {s}he commits the following acts.

1. Insubordination
  • Refusal to adhere to a superiors command in;
  • battle;
  • during missions;
  • within the confines of Talongrab
  • Repeated counts of Insubordination will result in removal from the Order.

2. Possession of Illegal Goods
  • Any objects listed in definitions aside from;
  • Undead Plague;
  • Demon's Blood;
  • Felweed
  • which will be considered for Triumvirate Punishment.

3. Disrespect of Peers
  • Disrespect of any within the Citrine Eagle;
  • or under its jurisdiction.

4. Disrespect of Allies
  • Disrespect of anyone within an;
  • associated order;
  • neutral entity

5. Failure to Present Tabard
  • The act of not wearing your tabard when military dress is required

General Crimes or Misdeeds

A General Crime or Misdeed is a Crime or misdeed that will result in a Moderate to Triumvirate Punishment at the discretion of the Matriarch if a person commits the following actions:

1. Harassment
  • The action of verbal or sexual harassment;
  • within Talongrab;
  • during a mission;
  • wearing a Citrine Eagle tabard or;
  • when representing the Order

2. Assault
  • Attacking or threatening to anyone within the Citrine Eagle or;
  • anyone not defined as an Enemy of the Citrine Eagle
  • Assaulting a superior will result in a Triumvirate Punishment
  • Assault with any Magic defined as Illegal in the Illegal Magics list will result in a Triumvirate Punishment.
  • Assault with a deadly weapon will result in a Triumvirate Punishment

3. Murder
  • Ending the life of anyone within the Citrine Eagle or;
  • anyone not defined as an Enemy of the Citrine Eagle will face Triumvirate Punishment

4. Abduction
  • Confining another being against their will

5. Theft
  • Taking something that is someone else's property;
  • who is not defined as an Enemy of the Citrine Eagle

6. Absentee-ism
  • Anyone who consistently neglects to attend or misses;
  • scheduled combat exercises;
  • training;
  • battles;
  • and assistance of Allies;
  • is subject to the judgment of their commanding officer.
Disclaimer: We understand people need to take breaks for real life matters, and this is taken into account.

7. Use of Illegal Magics
  • Any use of a potentially dangerous magic without first submitting an application with the Dark Magics Registry.

Magical Guidelines

I. For the purposes of study in regards to an increased knowledge and understanding.
  • All magics are approved for study in this way, save for those identified by the Council. Such subjects will require a signed writ in order to study, and all gleaned knowledge is to be presented at major junctures in the project.

II. Criminal Use of Magical Abilities
  • Anything that breaches what could be construed as ‘Legal’ in most civilized cities or nations, will be considered criminal use of magic. Examples of this, are desecration of corpses, grave robbery, and excessive damage to property.
  • The use of magic to the detriment of another person or group of persons in order for personal gain, whether it be profit, political, or revenge is illegal.

III. Unwilling Participation
  • Unwilling Participation is defined as a friend of the Eagles, member of the Eagle, or an ally of the Grand Alliance having magic done upon them without consent. Examples of this are mental communication, corruptive magics that harm more than just the caster, or that could cause some level of insanity.
  • If permission for such is granted, it no longer presides under Unwilling Participation, but for that individual only and not to the detriment of that person.
    • Certain experiments, with permission or otherwise will still require a writ and reporting to the council on results.

IV. For the purpose and intent of practicing magic, testing spells, or actually employing anything with a non-physical source.
  • The use of all types of magic is approved, as long as it falls inside of the prescribed boundaries of Criminal Use, and Unwilling Participation.
  • If a spell could potentially impair, or harm another extra precautions should be used in order to protect those without magical abilities participating in any experimentation.
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