An international group of adults with a culture of game skill and competency, mutual respect, organization representation and cooperation.
Founded January 6th 2946
Core Dynamic System
Greetings, I would like to invite you to check out CORE DYNAMIC SYSTEMS
What makes us different from other Orgs? Our Members. We do not mass-recruit and over time we have built up a solid core of members who are not only fun to be with, but who excel at the game. Our guidelines are set to make the game fun and enjoyable, without drama. We are large enough to provide a strong presence online, but small enough that you are important.
*made up of people from around the world
*real-life-friendly, we understand that RL comes first
*not a job; members can participate as much as they wish; promotions are based on activity and effort
*for adults; adults who like to fly spaceships
*the place for the full spectrum of legitimate activities
*anti-piracy and anti-griefing
*Exclusive, we don’t accept affiliates of other Orgs
*inclusive, we do not discriminate
EVERYONE in the organization can participate in any legal activity sanctioned within Star Citizen including mining, exploration, trade, bounty hunting, racing, whatever, except NO PIRACY/NO GRIEFING or anything that would reflect badly on the reputation of the organization.
These CDSYS requirements help install a feeling of confidence in fellow organization mates and add to the efficiency of mission profits. It is also damn fun to work as a team to overcome overwhelming odds.
The intention is to have an active, knowledgeable organization that supports its membership to achieve goals within the Star Citizen universe.
Core Dynamics Systems respects that real life is important, and there are a variety of playstyles, interests, skill levels, and levels of activity.
Core Dynamic Systems (CDSYS) – OUR CORE PRINCIPLES
CDSYS is an international group of adults with a culture of game skill and competency, mutual respect, organization representation and cooperation. Here are the principles we ask all our organization members to follow:
Principle #1: Real life comes first
play when you can, be as casual or as hardcore as you wish
keep in contact, be contactable
no mandatory play requirements
Principle #2: No piracy, no griefing
as a member of CDSYS – you represent all other members as lawful members of the UEE
Principle #3: The benefit of membership comes from ALL our Members for All members
success in the ‘verse comes through cooperative and skilled play
certifications available for greater ingame rewards and recognition
Principle #4: Exclusive
give us all your attention when you can – don’t split it with other organizations
keep CDSYS secure
Principle #5: Inclusive
members from around the world, all walks of life, and a wide range of ages (18 and older)
no discrimination based upon race, creed, color, gender, or orientation tolerated
Principle #6: Always friendly & helpful
elite players, no elite attitudes
new player-friendly, casual player friendly
training for novices and experts
Principle #7: Selective recruiting
not interested in growth for growth’s sake
good people preferred – skilled pilots welcome
small enough where all members matter
large enough where our presence is strong
Principle #8: Full spectrum of legitimate game play
all aspects of game play welcome, except piracy (or anything that would reflect negatively on CDSYS)
full range of players – casual to hardcore members/ role-play friendly
Principle #9: NO DRAMA
open and approachable leadership and members/ adult behavior, adult maturity
respect for all organization members
use organization provided communications for organization activities
be fully committed to CDSYS objectives
Principle #10: Simple and Flexible organization structure
evolving as game evolves/ advancement in rank based on contribution to CDSYS
knowledge and skill are valued but not required
Principle #11: Participate – Connect – Build Relationships
Star Citizen is only a game (and still only in alpha). Yet, many members have invested much of their time building this organization, and spent huge amounts in support of RSI.
participate when you can, connect to get to know your org-mates, and build the relationships we will need to be successful in the verse when the game goes live.
connect when you can, but remember Principle #1. All of us have a real life.
Principle #12: Fleet First
all members encouraged to participate in fleet first training to foster cooperation and build competency
practice use of brevity to encourage efficient communication while in-game