Community Name: Daily Routine Gaming, Player Faction: Daily Routine Incorporated (DRInc), Faction Leader: Icarus Sterling, Aligned Power Empire
We are recruiting and there is a probationary period that we use to see how committed you are and how much time you devote to playing Elite. Lacking in this things does not cross you off the list for prospects however, we do need to judge each person on a case by case basis. Only serious applicants please.
1.) We only represent and defend our actions and beliefs. We cannot and will not speak for the players we work along side with and/or are allied with. We will not involve ourselves with any outside conflict regardless of us being allied with any person and/or faction. We only wish to better everyone's gaming experience.
2.) No combat logging in any and all PvP interactions.
3.) No grieving will be allowed.
4.) Unprovoked attacks against aliens will not be allowed. There will be special exceptions to this rule but it will need to be discussed on a case by case basis.
5.) No person will be removed from our faction without any proof of their infraction. The burden of proof lies with the accuser.
Daily Routine Incorporated is rooted in Imperial values and beliefs with one major goal in mind, helping pilots find there way. All CMDR's want is the freedom and knowledge to be a successful career pilot. DRInc CMDR's want to show all pilot's the opportunities there are in the galaxy so that they can influence it. After all, we the pilots, are the ones that influence and control the galaxy. We only need to know how.
Faction Leader's Backstory
Icarus Sterling, for some time, was content to sit in an advisory capacity to anyone who sought his advice. A stern man of few words, he nonetheless used his vast experience to help improve whatever he could, laying out problems and improvements he felt could be made. The majority of the success with his advice made him well respected and at times sought after; but his interjections, however useful they might have been, were not always well received and earned him the nickname "Two cents". This nickname often gave those unfamiliar with his renown, the impression of him being arrogant and loud, though this was far from the case. He continued to observe the galaxy around him, watching as the varying groups fought amongst each other and many pilots fell into complacency, or outright quit. There was so much more out there and he wanted to see the edge of it, or at least urge those younger than he to doing so, and with the looming possibility of invasion and appearance of strange artifacts and ships; he saw a necessity for cooperation. Over the years he gathered like-minded commanders to work with him in fostering young pilots in their endeavors, be it mining, exploration or bounties. There were at times little return, but many stayed close and their gathering of mentors and budding pilots began to grow. In time Daily Routine Incorporated was inevitably created.