This alliance has disbanded as of Unknown. (Note: Alliance no longer exists.)
|Joint Chiefs||Vailant, Freelancer, Crash Mann|
|Gramation Clerics||Freeflow, Octavion, Lex Justiniana|
|Minister of Interior||Freeflow|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Ender Wiggin|
|Deputy Minister of FA||Lex Justiniana|
|The Declaration of Green Neutrality||Signed February 14th, 2014|
MIB, also known as the Men in Black was a democratic, growth and trade-oriented, peaceful alliance. We seek peaceful relations with all.
MIB is currently suspended with a possibility of reform after the reset.
- 1 Government
- 2 Seal of MIB
- 3 Charter
- Crash Mann
- Lex Justiniana
Ministry of Interior
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Ender Wiggin
- Lex Justiniana
With this superlatively written and impeccably edited charter, we hereby declare ourselves to play fairly, we enjoy laughing, and like long walks on the beach. And we definitely do not eat kittens. The point is, if you find something here you disagree with, you can rest assured that the problem is likely with you. We are usually right.
Article I: The MIB Structure
Simple, all members comprise The MIB, we make all decisions together
Section I: The Joint Chiefs (Forum Administrators)
The MIB shall be presided over by the Militia Generals of The MIB(TBA), known together as The Joint Chiefs. These members makes decisions as a single entity, and since it is comprised of the members of The MIB, its decisions are considered law.
Section II: The Grammation Clerics (Super Mods)
These members are the first line of defense of the The MIB, they will preside over internal MIB functions, which are the day to day processes of The MIB
Section III: Elections shall be held for positions subject to change.
These positions shall be Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Interior and Gramation Clerics.
Elections will consist of nominations and polling.
Candidate with most votes wins for Ministry positions, up to three candidates with most votes win for Gramation Clerics.
Elections shall be held every three months, after beta testing is over.
Section IV: The Member
Each and every member of The MIB is valued. Since they make up all that important remains, the remains are the most important feature of The MIB. The MIB must be larger!
The MIB must be heavier!
The MIB must be committed! All members are expected to work together to ensure the fruition of these exclamations. Also, joy: increase it.
Article II: Access to The MIB
Section I: Applying for membership status
In order to gain admission to The MIB, an aspiring member must:
Not be in an active war
Not aid any nations at war or any nations hostile to The MIB
Provide a satisfactory answer to any question asked during the admission process
Agree to actively participate in assigned growth programs within The MIB
Understand that a member’s interest is secondary to the interest of The MIB as a whole
Change their team color to the color of the alliance.
All members hold final sway over whether members status is granted to the applicant
Section II: Applying for Ambassador status
Foreign objects are welcome in The MIB. Having a little part of The MIB to call your own is as easy as registering and posting an embassy request in the Ambassador Sign Up area.
Article III: Growth of The MIB
Fun is important, so fun should be maintained. Thus it is important that the growth of MIB is considered of utmost importance by all members.
In order to achieve this MIB shall commit to:
- An open market in the alliance
- An open market between friendly alliances
- An organised aid system
Have fun. Once you stop having fun you may as well leave, since this won't be your type of place anymore.
Article IV: Other Matters of Importance
Section I: MIB shall not tolerate any behaviour that is incongruous with civil coexistence.
No member shall declare Shenanigans without following proper protocol. Erroneous declarations of Shenanigans shall be considered incongruous with civil coexistence.
MIB will be nifty!
Section II: In order to achieve civil coexistence, both in and intra alliance, any member may propose legislation, to be considered as alliance law.
Section III: Proposed legislation will go through a vote and will pass with normal majority (50% +1 vote). They will then be considered law.