Celtic Order of Druids & Bards (CODB) Bylaws

CODB Celtic Knot

Celtic Order of Druids and Bards, a Shroud of the Avatar Guild

Bylaws

These Bylaws are subject to change upon the Shroud of the Avatar final release.

I. Membership. The following outlines the requirements to become, and remain, a member of the Celtic Order of Druids and Bards. One of the main principles is to provide a community that shares among members and non-members.

1. Acceptance of Entry. New members will be accepted providing they meet the following requirements:


    2. Retaining Membership. To retain your membership to the Celtic Order of Druids and Bards the following requirements must be met.
    a. Maintain the rules outlined in the Acceptance of Entry section of this document.
    b. Maintain an attitude that promotes good nature and semi - role-playing.
    c. Maintain good attendance to meetings and participation in Community Events.
    d. Maintain a history of abiding by the bylaws of the Celtic Order of Druids and Bards and the laws decreed by Lord British.



    II. Code of Conduct. Members of the Celtic Order of Druids and Bards are expected to maintain a level of human decency and respect for others. The following is a basic outline of such.

    1. Meetings or Community Events are defined as any gathering of a group of individuals for a common purpose or interest. The following is a list of rules that shall be obeyed by all members when attending such an event.

      2. Daily Activities. It is expected that members of the Celtic Order of Druids and Bards have their own lives and day to day activities such as skill building, hunting with friends, etc. The grove recognizes this but expects members to act in a way that does not look poorly on the guild. The following is a guideline to follow.

        3. Show of Respect to Officials. All members are expected to show a display of respect to officials whether they are from the Celtic Order of Druids and Bards or from any other organization.


          4. Training. We all have skills to build and one of the most effective ways to do so for most battle oriented skills is fighting or sparring. The following is a guideline to follow during such activities.




            Community House (Guildhouse)

            The Community House is our sanctuary that each team member can relax or train in. We currently do not have a guild house and all members will need to donate gold for the purchase of of the village sized lot.





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