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Imperial Security Force Insignia
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  • Organisation Name: Imperial Security Force
    • Unofficial:
      • Imperial Security (Widely used).
      • Imperial Police (Widely used).
  • Classification:
  • Role:
  • Affiliation:
  • Formed: 863 ABY
  • Motto:
    • Official: "Protecting our Community".
  • Unofficial:
    • "Infringe and incarcerate". (Satirical)
    • "Justice is swift". (Popular)
    • "No half measures". (Popular)
  • Organisation Symbol: The Imperial Security Force's symbol is the fist of the Empire of the Hand representing justice and fairness on the silhouette of an Iron Sun roundel laid in a white circle with a thick crimson band running along its' entire edge.
  • Description: The Imperial Security Force is a military branch under the administration of the Ministry of Defence and operational control in its' civil policing duties of the Ministry of Interior. The Imperial Security Force has absorbed the military police functions of the various military police organisations and is also responsible for community policing and criminal investigations. The Imperial Security Force's operational units are organised into regiment-sized forces of approximately 3,350 personnel deployed on each Imperial colony, state or territory per one million inhabitants. A security sector is an administrative unit responsible for all the Security Force units within its' boundaries. It is named after the sector or a prominent planet within the sector, for example "Bastion Security Enforcement Guard". The Imperial Security Force also provides security services to the Imperial Security Bureau and other prominent Imperial Government Buildings. Additionally, Imperial Security Force is responsible for protecting clandestine Government intelligence and scientific programs.
  • Policing Model:


Imperial Security Force "Tartan" found on vehicles and uniform
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  • Headquarters: Kallus Security Centre, Bastion
  • Sworn Members: ~12,257,769 (867 ABY)
  • Unsworn Members: ~1,220,500 (867 ABY)
  • Minister Responsible: Jointly-Administered
    • Minister of Defence
    • Minister of Internal Affairs
  • Agency Executive(s): Director
  • Unit(s): 14
    • Aviation Security Support (AVSEC)
    • Communications and Security (COMSEC)
      • Radionics Operations Group (ROG)
    • Counter-Terrorism and Special Tactics (CTST)
      • Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT)
      • Tactical Operations Regional Support (TORS)
    • Criminal Investigations (CI)
    • Forensic Services (FS)
    • Highway Patrol (HWP)
    • Public Affairs (PUBAFF)
      • Corporate Communications (CC)
      • Media Unit (MU)
    • Public Order and Riot (POR)
    • Prosecutions (PROS)
      • Prosecutions Operations (PROSOP)
      • Legal Advice Unit (LAU)
    • Recruitment (REC)
    • Security Enforcement Guard (SECFOR)
      • Dog Unit (DU)
      • Plainclothes Security Enforcement (PSEC)
      • Public Order Security Support (POSS)
      • Rural Patrol (RUPAT)
    • Security Rescue and Bomb Disposal (SRBD)
    • Water Security (WP)
    • Weapons Licensing and Registration (WLR)
  • Security Enforcement Guard Sector(s): 55
  • Services Provided By: Imperial Security Force
  • Uniformed As: Imperial Security Force
Unit Description:

Imperial Security Force officer in Operational "Patrol" Dress
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  • Aviation Security Support (AVSEC): Specialist Unit
    • Role: Support frontline security personnel with specialised aerial assets.
  • Communications and Security (COMSEC): Entry-Level Unit (Unsworn Officers)
    • Role: Support frontline security personnel with effective communication technology.
  • Criminal Investigations (CI): Specialist Unit
    • Role: Investigation of serious offences.
  • Counter-Terrorism and Special Tactics (CTST): Specialist Unit
    • Role: Provide an extraordinary emergency response tactical policing capability to critical incidents.
  • Forensic Services (FS): Accelerated Entry-Level Specialist Unit (Sworn Officers)
    • Role: Provide forensic analysis, forensic triaging and crime scene management.
  • Highway Patrol (HWP): Specialist Unit
    • Role: Promote terrestrial Highway safety through enforcement of traffic legislation and delivery of traffic education.
  • Public Affairs (PUBAFF): Specialist Unit
    • Role: manages the media at major crime scenes and provides media advisory support to police and journalists.
  • Public Order and Riot (POR): Specialist Unit
    • Role: Respond and manage public order incidents and provide a tactical police capability to public order incidents.
  • Prosecutions (PROS): Accelerated Entry-Level Specialist Unit (Sworn Officers)
    • Role: Prosecute criminal cases, provide advocacy services for victims of family and domestic violence, provide operational, legal guidance and advice to all levels of the Imperial Security Force.
  • Recruitment (REC): Specialist Unit
    • Role: Assist people interested in joining the Imperial Security Force in preparing and submitting an application, vetting applicants and processing their Imperial Academy enrolment.
  • Security Enforcement Guard (SECFOR): Entry-Level Unit (Sworn Officers)
    • Role: Respond to calls to service in a civil and military policing context, maintain the state's internal security, and deploy to low-intensity conflicts to promote the rule of law.
  • Security Rescue and Bomb Disposal (SRBD): Specialist Unit
    • Role: Provide a sovereign rescue and explosive ordnance disposal capability.
  • Water Security (WSEC): Specialist Unit
    • Role: Respond to calls for service in littoral or maritime environment.
  • Weapons Licensing and Registration: Specialist Unit
    • Role: Issue weapon and prohibited weapon licenses and permits to individuals, security businesses, weapon clubs and authorised dealers.
Unit Structure:
  • Army: Four Corps (124,416) personnel led by a Deputy Director
  • Corps: Three divisions (31,104) personnel led by a Senior Assistant Director
  • Division: Three brigades (10,368) personnel led by an Assistant Director.
  • Regiment: Three brigades (3,456) personnel led by a Colonel.
  • Brigade: Three battalions (1,152) personnel led by a Lieutenant Colonel.
  • Battalion: Six companies (384) personnel led by a Lieutenant Colonel.
  • Company: Four platoons (64) personnel led by a Captain.
  • Platoon: Four teams (16) personnel led by a 2nd Lieutenant.
  • Squad: Two teams (4) personnel led by a Sergeant.
  • Team: One crew (2) personnel led by a Corporal.
  • Station(s): 305,246
  • Security Airspeeder & Repulsorcraft(s): 3,143,017
  • Security Frigate(s): 390
  • Security Corvette(s): 2,119
  • Security Starfighter(s): 4,239
  • Security Gunship(s): 36,742
  • Security Armoured Vehicle(s): 42,542
  • Spaceport(s): 100


Left to Right: E-3 to E-4 (Specialist), Warrant Officer, Commissioned Officer, E-4 (Corporal)
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  • Headquarters: Kallus Security Centre, Bastion
  • Domain:
  • Notable Assets:
    • Security Sector(s): Keeping a presence on deep-space and orbital space stations is vital to enforce border and customs security. The Imperial Security Force commissions the construction of "security sectors" on-board orbital habitats which are enclosed and sport their own life support and ventilation systems independent from civil parts of the station and can be physically sealed off with an eighteen-inch bulkhead double door reinforced with kinetic restraints and a ray shielded barrier.
    • Security Station(s): The Imperial Security Force maintains a significant number of terrestrial full-time security stations, characterised by brutalist architecture and high-security, which typically include tall, thick Ferrocrete walls, Durasteel gates, ray shield projectors, and underground parking for staff airspeeders where appropriate and closed-circuit surveillance systems.
Hierarchy: As distinct from the Imperial Security Bureau, another law enforcement organisation, Security Officers of the Imperial Security Force adopt more traditional Imperial Army ranks with equivalent military pay grades for seamless integration. However, the ranks' roles reflect the organisation's law enforcement training and mission.

Imperial Security Force Panther Airspeeder
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  • Sworn Officer(s):
    • Commissioned Officer(s):
      • O-10: Director (C)
        • Insignia: Imperial Security Force Coat-of-Arms
        • Role: Agency Executive.
      • O-9: Deputy Director (DD)
        • Insignia: Three Silver Stars.
        • Role: Security Sector Commander, Delegated Commissioner, Unit Commander.
      • O-8: Senior Assistant Director (SAD)
        • Insignia: Two Silver Stars.
        • Role: Security Force Commander, Delegated Commissioner, Unit Commander.
      • O-7: Assistant Director (AD)
        • Insignia: Single Silver Star.
        • Role: Security District Commander, Delegated Commissioner, Unit Commander.
      • O-6: Colonel (COL)
        • Insignia: Silver Amber Laurel.
        • Role: Security Region Commander, Specialist Unit District Commander, Staff Officer.
      • O-5: Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL)
        • Insignia: Silver Oak Leaves.
        • Role: Security Area Commander, Specialist Unit Region Commander.
      • O-4: Major (MAJ)
        • Insignia: Brass Oak Leaves
        • Role: Security Region Staff Officer, Specialist Unit Station Commander.
      • O-3: Captain (CAP)
        • Insignia: Two Interlinked Silver Bars.
        • Role: Station Commander, Staff Officer.
      • O-2: First Lieutenant (1LT)
        • Insignia: Vertical Silver Bar
        • Role: Company Executive Officer, Manager.
      • O-1: Second Lieutenant (2LT)
        • Insignia: Vertical Brass Bar
        • Role: Manager, Supervisor, Platoon Leader.
    • Warrant Officer(s):
      • W-2: Staff Sergeant (SSGT)
        • Insignia: Three vertical chevrons crowned by Imperial roundel with oak leaves.
        • Role: Coordinator, Supervisor, Platoon Sergeant, Staff Officer.
      • W-1: Sergeant (SGT)
        • Insignia: Three vertical chevrons.
        • Role: Manager, Supervisor, Squad Supervisor.
    • Non-Commissioned Officer(s):
      • E-4: Corporal (CPL)
        • Insignia: Two vertical chevrons.
        • Role: Acting Manager, Acting Supervisor, Field Training Officer, Team Supervisor.
      • E-4: Specialist (SPC)
        • Insignia: One vertical chevron crowned by a single horizontal bar.
        • Role: Confirmed Officer, Specialist Role Officer, Subject Instructor, Prosecutor.
      • E-3: Private First Class (PFC)
        • Insignia: One vertical chevron.
        • Role: Probationary Officer (Field Training Period).
    • Unsworn Trainee(s):
      • E-2: Recruit (REC)
        • Insignia: Featureless patch.
        • Role: Imperial Academy Rank.
      • E-1: Recruit (REC)
        • Insignia: No patch.
        • Role: Basic Combat Training Rank.
  • Unsworn Officer(s):
    • Employee(s):
      • Armourers.
      • Forensic Accountant.
      • Forensic Scientist.
      • Government Contractors.
      • Radio/Holonet Dispatch Operator.

  • Age Restriction(s): 18-55 Standard Years of Age (Waivers available).
  • Education Provider: Imperial Academy
    • Course Name: Security Officer Education Program (SOEP).
    • Duration: 96 Weeks.
      • Basic Combat Training: 12 Weeks.
      • Imperial Academy: 36 Weeks.
      • Field Training Period: 48 Weeks.
  • Entry Pathways:
    • Accelerated-Entry: Bachelor Degree of Criminal Justice, Bachelor Degree of Forensic Science
    • Direct-Entry: Associate Degree of Applied Policing
  • Racial Demographics:
    • Sworn Officer(s):
    • Unsworn Officer(s):
  • Sex Demographics:
    • 65% Male
    • 35% Female
Climate: As a military organisation with a civil policing jurisdiction, there is broadly a high sense of esprit de corps and motivation in the ranks of the Imperial Security Force. There is a professional association that represents the security officers with the government concerning industrial and workplace agreements, a luxury not afforded to the Imperial Military's other branches, and this creates a level of tension between the Security Forces and the other departments as Imperial Security Officers receive special entitlements in allowances, salaries and generous leave. That said, The Imperial Security Force's role as civil law enforcement leaves many in its' ranks to become complacent, and their military skills often erode or perish without deployments into low-intensity conflicts or peacekeeping operations. Fortunately, this is rarely an issue outside of niche specialist units such as Rural Patrol in the contemporary galaxy.

All Security Officers must serve an initial tenure in the Security Enforcement Unit, responsible for community response and policing. Unfortunately, after being promoted to a specialist, many security officers leave this unit for specialist commands. The workload is substantially reduced by not having to respond to calls of service. Within the Imperial Security Force, this creates a level of animosity from the Security Enforcement Unit to the specialist units or officers in specialist roles who are perceived to receive the lion's share of resources. Security Enforcement unit officers often derisively refer to specialist officers outside of the tactical units who are highly respected as "Chardonnay sippers and cake eaters". The sentiment is ironic, as the regular military personnel often have this perception about all Imperial Security Officers.

Imperial Security Force officers are generally gregarious. Non-Commissioned Officers refer to each other by first name or an endearing nickname. Their commissioned officers are unique among military personnel. The only way to earn a commission in the Imperial Security Force is to progress through competitive examination processes through each successive rank. This creates an environment where competent, socially prudent, and politically shrewd officers progress where others are generally denied opportunities at promotion. Unfortunately, a side-effect of this process of selecting and promoting non-commissioned officers into commissioned officers creates an inherently conservative culture that is resistant to internal organisational change where the senior hierarchy is noticeably comprised of the aged. Given the morally corrosive nature of policing, there exists an extended support network. The Imperial Security Force provides its' employees with access to psychological counselling and encourages fitness with access to recreational facilities in partnership with private businesses.

Imperial Security Officers broadly acknowledge they receive some of the best entitlements of any public servants in the Imperial bureaucratic machine. However, the demand for their service is frequently growing with new colonies and the occupation of territories formerly loyal to the Sith Empire being annexed. Imperial Security Force Officers are provided with greater discretion and permitted to use their initiative for fulfilling their core mission. This is unprecedented in a military organisation permitting even their most junior members to make their own adjudications and decisions in investigations and how to proceed. This is an initiative to help build up a relationship with the communities the Imperial Security Force polices. There is a strong focus on intelligence-led policing in the organisation, leveraging the mass intelligence gathering of a police state to identify and target criminals with methodical precision proactively.

As its initial founding members were drawn directly from the military police branches of the different armed services, there is a synthesis of the Army the Navy's traditions. It has created its' own distinct identity where the members of the Imperial Security Force are proud of their distinction as "Security Officers" whose role it is to uphold and rule, maintain order and protect the lives of the good citizens of the empire who serve the state. There are no "enlisted" personnel in the Imperial Security Force. The most basic sworn officer is classified as a "Non-Commissioned Officer" due to the legal responsibilities and powers they wield as sworn law enforcement officers.

Reputation: Imperial Security Force is viewed rightly or wrongly by citizens with a mixture of admiration, respect and fear depending on one's own upbringing and demographics. They have a reputation for being the Imperial Security Apparatus' public face on the streets of occupied worlds under the central government's control. They have a reputation among the populace as "Soldiers" rather than "Police Officers". However, the two terms are used interchangeably to describe Imperial Security Force officers, malcontents and those who live in society's underground or off-the-grid generally refer to them as the former. Imperial Security Force Officers are often derided as "Pigs", "Fascists", or "Authoritarians" by those opposed to a government authority or with concerns regarding the erosion of civil liberties. The religious community distrusts the Imperial Security Force for their state-sanctioned persecution of the Sith. It is widely perceived as a restriction of freedom of religion and freedom of speech. Among the Imperial Security Bureau Agents, the Imperial Security Force is perceived as the portfolio to approach if Agents require some "muscle". This results in them being seen as the soldiers responsible for making citizens suspected of committing offences disappear.

Imperial Security Force Officers are feared and respected in equal amounts. One of their number staring in the direction of a citizen is generally enough to raise feelings of anxiety and irrational fear that they have committed an offence. Imperial Security Force Officers are typically considered more educated and knowledgable thanks to their tertiary level education. They're often regarded by themselves and other military personnel as representing some of the more cunning and intelligent soldiers at the cost of being less physically robust., there are jokes about the physical strength of security officers as they are not subjected to rigorous physical training in the same manner as the other service branches. Imperial Security Force Officers are reputed for their harsh and severe treatment of violent criminals, beating those who violently resist or hinder them in the execution of their duties with stun batons, a practice allegedly known as "Towelling Up", which refers to the bandaging up of bruising and fractures incurred by the method. Patrol officers have access to marksman rifles and repeating plasma weapons known to cut down armed offenders. Because of their widespread use of aerial Gunships and fast air-speeders, The Imperial Security Force's mean response time to urgent jobs is reputed as being less than five minutes from the time of broadcast to officers in metropolitan areas.

  • Letter of Warrant: Imperial Security Officers in the WO1 and CWO2 pay grades receive a "letter of warrant" from an Assistant Deputy Director or above authorising them to discharge special powers such as approving legally binding orders applied for by Non-Commissioned Officers and entitling them to additional privileges, including a dramatic pay increase and elevated military authority.
  • Operational Dress: The general operational dress of the Imperial Security Bureau is a "Patrol" variant of the Thrawn Pattern line of the Mark IX Katarn Multipurpose Body Armour, which features an active protection system in the form of a deflector shield to protect its' officers from ranged weapons and ambushes. Imperial Security Officers are also personally issued blaster rifles, stun batons, binders and chemical munitions to subdue multiple targets.
  • Operating Number: Each Imperial Security Force Officer is provided with an Operating Number that also serves as their "Warrant Number", the number corresponding to the document number of their warrant card. Imperial Security Force operating numbers are formatted as AA-####-##.
  • Sillitoe Tartan: Heavily influenced culturally by the customs and culture of law enforcement from Galidraan, the Imperial Security Force has adopted a brilliant white and charcoal black Sillitoe Tartan design as a core part of their brand and iconography. The Sillitoe tartan band appears on the Imperial Security Force's vehicles and some of their uniforms.
  • Warrant Badge: All Imperial Security Force Officers are issued a Titanium warrant badge of the organisation's insignia stamped with "Imperial Security Force" along the outermost crimson ring. The Badge is also stamped with the first and surname of the holder, along with their Imperial Security Force operating number.
  • Warrant Card: The warrant card features a digital photograph of the holder, their first and last name, a statement that identifies them as an officer of the Imperial Security Force signed and endorsed by the director of the Imperial Security Force. It is laser-etched with the words "Imperial Security Force". The warrant card is a digital security document registered with Imperial Security Force's database and enables access to facilities appropriate for its' security clearance level.

Imperial Security Force Public Order and Riot Officer
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  • Civil policing dress policy:
    • "No officer shall be permitted to wear any article, insignia, clothing or equipment that is not a part of a uniform endorsed under the dress policy".
    • "All officers of the Imperial Security Force shall wear the appropriate headdress on-duty unless in the following circumstances:
      1. On-premises of a memorial or returned servicemens' club.
      2. While occupying an Imperial Security Force vehicle.
      3. On-premises of an Imperial Security Force dining or mess hall.
      4. On-premises of headquarters Kallus Security Centre.
      5. On-premises of an Imperial Security Force station or facility.
      6. On-premises of a Court.
      7. The headdress is in a state of disrepair that its' wear or use would contravene the operational safety policy.
      8. As directed by a superior officer."
  • Code of Conduct and Ethics:
  1. Behave honestly and act with integrity.
  2. Exercise care and diligence.
  3. Comply with any lawful order.
  4. Know and comply with policy and procedure.
  5. Treat all persons with respect.
  6. Report misconduct of other Imperial Security Force employees.
  7. Only use access or disclose confidential information as required by duties.
  8. Not misuse one's position as an Imperial Security Officer.
  9. Take all steps to avoid and report conflicts of interest.
  • Civil policing operational safety policy
    • "No officer other than a warrant officer or above in rank shall be permitted in an operational environment to be deployed alone."
    • "Private first classes shall not for their first sixteen weeks of field training and assessment period be permitted to work with one other officer alone. Each private first class in their initial sixteen weeks of employment must be supervised by two other officers equal or superior to the rank of E-4 or above."
  • Civil policing use of force & weapons policy
    • Baton:
      • "An officer may use their baton as a tool where the officer believes it is appropriate, or to prevent or mitigate injury to themselves or another person, or if they suspect that they are at risk of being overpowered".
    • Binders:
      • "An officer may restrain a detained or arrested person with binders if the officer believes it is appropriate to ensure their own safety or believes it is appropriate for preventing the escape of the person, or injury to themselves or the person".
    • Blaster:
      • "An officer is justified in discharging their blaster when they believe that they are at risk of bodily harm or believe that another is at risk of bodily harm. Or, they otherwise believe the discharge is necessary for their mission as defined in Section 8 of the Imperial Security force Act 863 and there is no other way to fulfil that mission".
    • Chemical munition:
      • "An officer may deploy chemical munitions where violence occurs, or the officer believes it is likely to occur".
    • Conducted electrical weapon:
      • "An officer may use a conducted electrical pulse where they believe an officer is in danger of being overpowered or to prevent injury to themselves or another person. Or where the officer believes unlawful violence is occurring or will imminently occur".
    • Explosives:
      • "An officer shall only be justified in deploying an explosive device where the officer believes the use of the explosive is reasonably necessary to protect themselves or another person from serious bodily injury or death".
  • Mission (Imperial Security Force Act 863, Section 8):
  1. Prevent, detect and investigate crime.
  2. Protect life and property.
  3. Uphold the rule of law.
  4. Maintain order.
  5. Provide police service.
  • Sworn Officer(s):
    • Commissioned Officer(s):
    • Warrant Officer(s):
      • Sergeant
    • Non-Commissioned Officer(s):
  • Unsworn Officer(s):
The Imperial Security Force is a Military organisation that serves as a Gendarmerie; a military unit with civil and military police jurisdiction force organised as an independent military branch under the administrative control of the Ministry of Defence but is operationally managed in its' civil policing duties by the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The Imperial Security Force, or "Imp Sec" as it is informally known, was founded in 863 ABY after the untimely demise of Irveric Tavlar, as the result of centrists within the Imperial Assembly consolidate and expand the executive government's control over the expanding territory of the New Imperial Order and provide quality policing service to the citizens of occupied territories liberated from the Sith Empire while also fulfilling the dual purpose of ensuring Internal Security and neutralising growing insurgencies without the negative perceptions of martial law and use of military force.

Absorbing the role and responsibility of civil and military police, the Imperial Security Force's initial ranks were filled by the personnel who variously served their respective armed services their respective armed service's different military policing branches. Initially, interservice rivalry played into the politics of the Imperial Security Force although, sufficient time passed roughly twelve months after its' inception. The Imperial Security Force resembled a cohesive organisation with high morale and a clear, defined mission. The Imperial Security Force began a relationship with the Imperial Academy to deliver a civilian tertiary-level education to its' members. Toward the end of 863 ABY, the Imperial Security Force adopted a policy where commissioned officers would be promoted exclusively from warrant officers.

A policy of excluding direct-entry commissioned officers has encouraged technical and subject matter experts for career progression. It means that every commissioned officer of the Imperial Security Force has hands-on Operational Experience with low-intensity conflicts and community policing work. This feature has left the Imperial Security Force as distinct and unique among the branches of the Imperial Military, with their commissioned officers being regarded and respected broadly for their experience and developing a reputation as gritty technical experts. During the Imperial Civil War, the Imperial Security Force was responsible for suppressing and neutralising Sith insurgencies on occupied worlds and enforcing legislation that criminalised worship of the Sith-Emperor and adherence to its' ideology. After victory in the Imperial Civil War and the subsequent lifting of martial law in most jurisdictions. The Imperial Security Force continued to maintain order and provide police services throughout the Imperial domain. However, on occupied worlds, many citizens still perceive them to be the obvious face of an occupying force and planned terrorist attacks are frequently detected and disrupted.


  • 25/09/2021:
    • Replaced an image in the profile setting out the different operational dress colour schemes according to rank.
    • Added "New Imperial Governates" under "Domain" to reflect operations jurisdiction.
    • Added a New Imperial Order div.
    • Hyperlinked the High Altitude's Gunship sub below the image in the flavour text.
  • 14/10/2021:
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Thrice-Born Hound
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Under Review Kirchenhof Kirchenhof

This is a fantastically detailed submission. There is a tremendous amount of information in here that could inform future roleplay on NIO worlds from all sorts of perspectives. Well done! I see only one very minor thing that needs fixing:

  • Per the template, please link to the planet (Bastion) where the Headquarters is located.
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Under Review Kirchenhof Kirchenhof

This is a fantastically detailed submission. There is a tremendous amount of information in here that could inform future roleplay on NIO worlds from all sorts of perspectives. Well done! I see only one very minor thing that needs fixing:

  • Per the template, please link to the planet (Bastion) where the Headquarters is located.

The Mongrel The Mongrel

G'day Mate,

Hyperlinked the ol' Bastion.
Thrice-Born Hound
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Kirchenhof Kirchenhof

I see! The trouble is that, unless you make a post in the thread stating that the submission is ready for judgement, or use the "Ready For Judgement" prefix, there is no way for codex staff to know that you have made your edits. We are not automatically alerted when you edit a post, and we don't scan threads for changelogs just in case they might have been updated without notifying us.

Please include a list of changes and don't forget to tag Codex Staff when you're ready, or, you can use the "Ready for Judgement" Pre-Fix.

Broadly, your edits look good. However, per the codex template, all images must be linked under Image Credit in the Out of Character Information section. Please list all of your image sources in that section, along with which image they correspond to. It should be a quick fix, since you currently have them linked next to each image. Once that is done, I will re-approve this.
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Kirchenhof Kirchenhof

I see! The trouble is that, unless you make a post in the thread stating that the submission is ready for judgement, or use the "Ready For Judgement" prefix, there is no way for codex staff to know that you have made your edits. We are not automatically alerted when you edit a post, and we don't scan threads for changelogs just in case they might have been updated without notifying us.

Broadly, your edits look good. However, per the codex template, all images must be linked under Image Credit in the Out of Character Information section. Please list all of your image sources in that section, along with which image they correspond to. It should be a quick fix, since you currently have them linked next to each image. Once that is done, I will re-approve this.

Should be done now.