During the early stages of Imperium’s growth there was a time that we may have been less selective than we are now. We take our time selecting members who have proven themselves in their ability to make sound decisions and treat their fellow members with dignity and respect. Making the right decisions is critical while choosing which path our organization will take in Star Citizen.
Being as large as Imperium is, we have found it necessary to build out a relatively robust set of Ranks, Roles, and other Positions in order to facilitate the daily operations of our Fleet, in and out of the verse. In Imperium, we respect the chain of command and work within our positions to keep things organized for our members.
The thought of coordinating such a large group of people can be daunting. However we have plans to keep mission planning and execution, simple and efficient. Imperium is lucky enough to have a very bright technical team and they have built a tool that will allow Imperium to draw up missions, allows our members to browse through the listed missions and opt-in to missions that they qualify for. Members will also have access to create their own personal missions and enlist help from other Imperium members.
Of course, having an intuitive missions creation system makes things quick and easy on paper but when it comes to getting things right in the verse it’s a different animal. For this reason Imperium currently spends resources on creating and delivering training material and content to our members so that they, and in turn Imperium, can succeed every step of the way. We are proud to claim that you can find Imperium members around the top of most leaderboards any given week and you can be there too if you choose to take advantage of our training programs.
What’s a unit? Imperium’s definition of a Unit boils down to this: A Unit is a smaller group of Imperium members that have similar in game interests, goals and play times that form an organized and relatively static group to complete missions and other in-game tasks. We’ve found that allowing members to create small niches for themselves allows for a very close knit feel while still being a contributing part of Imperium as a whole. As an example, Imperium has Units that want to focus on trade related missions, while other Unit’s may focus on escorting or exploration. You can probably imagine how these units could work together to support each other. Our aim is that working with familiar faces will lead to an increase in efficiency and enjoyability. Bear in mind this is not a required part of life in Imperium but it is there for those who wish to make use of this system.
Imperium’s technical team consists of some very skilled people. They are too modest to admit it but hey, they aren’t writing these things. Lucky for us, they’ve found time to improve Imperium in their own way. The Imperium Portal is in many ways the cornerstone of our organizational systems. We use the Portal for HR Management, Diplomacy Management, Mission Management, Training Management, The Unit System, and Divisional Application System. Imperium members will have unfettered access to the portal, it’s systems, and all the functionality it provides.