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Roleplay / Re: Ministry of Roleplay: Jobs Handbook
« Last post by Renegalle on July 09, 2021, 01:20:29 am »
Council Members

Council members are charged with reviewing RP policies to ensure they are realistic and reviewing RP applications. Their duties are as follows:

  • Voting to accept or reject new policies passed, based on how realistic a policy is
    If you are unsure, consult with other council members
  • Voting to accept or deny RP applications

The Minister of Roleplay and Deputy Minister of Roleplay will always be council members. Council members also tend to be moderators on the Roleplay discord.
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Roleplay / Re: Ministry of Roleplay: Jobs Handbook
« Last post by Renegalle on July 09, 2021, 01:19:40 am »
Statisticians

Statisticians help the Minister of Roleplay update the statistics of roleplay nations. Their duties are:

  • Updating stats weekly based on new policies passed
    They shall do this via the stats program, information regarding that can be received from the Minister

All changes to RP stats are logged, so statisticians should refrain from abusing their ability to change stats, or they may face removal from the Ministry. Normally, there are very few statisticians.
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Roleplay / Re: Ministry of Roleplay: Jobs Handbook
« Last post by Renegalle on July 09, 2021, 01:18:40 am »
Cartographers

Cartographers are charged with updating the roleplay map and creating additional maps where necessary or desirable to aid the RP. Their duties are as follows:

  • Updating the map when new nations are accepted
  • Updating the map, at least weekly, to reflect successful annexations
  • Creating new maps where needed to aid the development of the RP
  • Making a new map if the RP is restarted
  • If there are other cartographers, coordinating updates to the map so they are seamless

There is usually only one cartographer and most of the time, it is the Minister of Roleplay.
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Roleplay / Re: Ministry of Roleplay: Jobs Handbook
« Last post by Renegalle on July 09, 2021, 01:17:22 am »
Director of Roleplay Development

The Director of Roleplay Development is tasked with seeking the development of the Union's RP. Their duties are as follows:

  • Creating fun and exciting events for RPers to partake in
  • Proposing new ideas for the Roleplay
  • Encouraging activity in the Roleplay by being active themselves
  • Acting, in an additional capacity, as a statistician
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Roleplay / Re: Ministry of Roleplay: Jobs Handbook
« Last post by Renegalle on July 09, 2021, 01:16:18 am »
Deputy Minister of Roleplay

The Deputy Minister of Roleplay shall help the Minister of Roleplay in carrying out their duties and provide advice where needed.

  • Take on the duties of the Minister of Roleplay when they are absent or unable to perform their duties
  • Advise the Minister where needed
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Roleplay / Re: Ministry of Roleplay: Jobs Handbook
« Last post by Renegalle on July 09, 2021, 01:15:36 am »
Minister of Roleplay

The Minister of Roleplay is in charge of the Union's RP and any additional RPs made by the federal government. Their duties are as follows:

  • Keep the roleplay active by being present
  • Update stats weekly based on new policies passed
  • Frequently remind Council Members to vote on policies and admissions
  • Enforce roleplay rules
  • Take care of the Union Roleplay discord server
  • Make changes to roleplay rules or its way of functioning if needed

The Minister of Roleplay also has the right to ignore decisions made by the Council if they considers them to be unfair. This is rare and the Minister of Roleplay must always be unbiased.
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Media and Culture / Re: Ministry of Media and Culture: Jobs Handbook
« Last post by Renegalle on July 09, 2021, 01:06:29 am »
Historians

Historians are people who help write history for Force, the states, and the territories. You will be responsible for making timelines of major Union events (elections and results, admittance of new regions, etc), as well as potentially covering specific events in more detail. If you have an idea for something youíd like to cover, just ask the Minister.

Tips:
1. If you are writing an in-depth history of a specific events, make sure to get multiple perspectives
2. If you are unsure about any particular dates, just ask the Ministry
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Media and Culture / Re: Ministry of Media and Culture: Jobs Handbook
« Last post by Renegalle on July 09, 2021, 01:05:52 am »
Columnists

The columnists are people who help write articles for the Force Flyer. You can write articles about anything Force-related, including interviews with government officials, reporting on happenings in the RP, and articles about elections. Youíre also free to contribute stuff you have written, like freestyle writing and artwork.

Tips:
1. Keep articles to 500 words maximum if possible
2. Find an image that fits well as a header for your article
3. If you need any help, just ask in the Ministry channel
4. If you are writing about anything relating to regional politics, keep your tone neutral
5. Try to space out your writing so you donít end up doing it all the day before the FF is released

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Media and Culture / Re: Ministry of Media and Culture: Jobs Handbook
« Last post by Renegalle on July 09, 2021, 01:04:57 am »
Director of Culture

Your job as Director of Culture is to basically help the Minister of Media and Culture plan out events, come up with ideas, and do their job when the Minister of Media and Culture is not available. Thatís basically it.

Tips:
1. Donít do the same events over and over, bring VARIETY to what you do
2. If you want an event to center around a particular game, make sure it is either free or enough people have it so it is something a lot of people can participate in
3. Consult with the Ministry in planning and choosing events
4. Contest winners should be decided by the club in the area of interest a contest is for (eg. the Culinary Association for a cooking contest) or by the citizens at large