Looking for an active, stable, knowledgeable, and friendly community to experience Star Citizen with?
Look no further – welcome to Lagrange Point.
Come visit our webpage, lagrange-point.org
After decades of repression under a failing government, the original founders of Lagrange Point gathered together the strongest and most capable pilots in the Universe to discuss a separation from the ruling party. Together, they created a more stable structure, establishing a more reasonable hierarchy of leaders and a system of checks and balances to prevent too much power being in the hands of one person.
There are 3 main bodies: the Community, the Captains, and the Council.
The Community consists of anyone and everyone who values playing together.
Captains are individuals who have proven themselves on the job and are the first to look to for tactical leadership.
The Council is the topmost decision making body in LagPoint, and collectively provides universal direction for the organization.
The Community may nominate a person for a new rank by vote and present it to The Council in order to help facilitate advancement. Upon Council agreement, the person is given higher rank. Community vote can also nominate for demotion etc. where moderating action is not appropriate.
In LagPoint you will be rewarded primarily for in-game accomplishments that benefit our organization, however certain meta-activities outside of the game may also be considered meritorious.
The name Lagrange Point refers to the points in space where the gravitational force of two massive objects in space is exactly equal. Objects in these points have stable, locked orbits. This property makes the points a prime location to place space telescopes, away from Earth. As an organization, we strive to be stable and vigilant, honorable in our actions and valiant in our efforts.
As such, we have a certain set of rules that we require all members of Lagrange Point to adhere to.
1. Family and other real life responsibility always comes first. Star Citizen is a game, and although it will be demanding at times, it must be understood that there are other priorities before it.
2. Maintain respect for all members. Racist, sexist, ageist, or otherwise offensive material will not be taken lightly. Also, remember everyone’s voice is equal, except in situations where orders must be given.
3. Voice communication is a must. LagPoint uses TeamSpeak 3 for most active communication and organizational purposes. English is the primary spoken language.
4. Commanders and officers have earned their rank. Respect their commands and you’re likely to live longer in the universe. Promotions are considered based on loyalty and effort given to the organization, as well as through proof of competence.
5. Be a team player. Although many will pursue solo work in game, it will be far more rewarding to work with fellow members and allies to achieve common goals. Safety in numbers applies to space travel, too. It helps when someone is there to watch your 6 when you can’t.
6. Have fun! It’s a game! Of course, battles will be lost, and friendships will be tested (careful about “accidentally” ejecting your crewmate), but in the end, we’re all here to have a good time. Your work to help encourage a positive environment goes a long way towards that goal.