***The Crimson Order is recruiting. All are welcome.***

TL:DR We live in Feythabolis and are a part of the Blue Suns Interstellar Technologies alliance . We like organization and strive for respectful PvP and professional conduct. We also have a strong industry section and a corp buy back program. Read down for more!

Who Are We?
The Crimson Order (TCO) is a collection of adult gaming enthusiasts that have endured for over 17 years through multiple games. We are heavily influenced by our many active and prior service members, and as such have created a structured and cohesive guild that allows maximum opportunity for members to advance through their own merits. “Corp Drama” is put down with extreme prejudice, as all of us are adults who do this in spite of our jobs, not as our jobs, as is the case in some other guilds. These reasons, along with a strict adherence to our core principles, have given The Crimson Order lasting power that goes beyond pixels on the screen; we’ve become a collection of friends.

Now about the Eve chapter itself: What Do We Do?
We have a strong industrial base, PvE and PvP divisions activities. We are currently rebuilding and have lots of opportunities within the corp. The Crimson Order strives for excellence in all that it does, from dominating battlefields to controlling marketplaces and everything in between. Our members and their thirst to be the best is what drives this, and we’ll expect the same from you. Wanna fly capitals, wanna mine in a Rorq, we can help you. Not there yet, we can help you get there.

Why Join The Crimson Order?
We are comprised primarily of veterans and active duty military, though this is not a requirement for joining. We employ a firm paramilitary structure, but we also maintain a relaxed atmosphere. Experienced players will be able to integrate seamlessly with our PvP, PvE, and Industrial operations; new players will have years of experience in all facets of Eve to learn from. TCO provides its members with the infrastructure they need to be successful.

  • Ship Replacement Program
  • Regular Moon mining operations
  • PvP/PvE fleets
  • Capital build programs
  • Global player base
  • A wealth of knowledge in all areas of the game.
  • A place to log on with no drama
  • A gaming community with other games besides EVE
  • Discord and TeamSpeak

What Do We Expect From You?
First and foremost, understand that nothing is given in The Crimson Order, only earned. Full member status and promotions are given based on merit, not skill points. Requirements are as follows: be 18 years of age or older, have account that is at least one month old, follow all corporation policies at all times, be actively working towards flying doctrine PvP ships, and last but not least, be a team player. Learn from those more experienced than you, help those further behind, become part of a cohesive unit who understands that we are stronger together.

Our Core Values Our values define who we are, what we strive for, and where we go in the future. All members of The Crimson Order are expected to understand and adhere to these values. Duty. Honor. Respect. Dignity. Courage. Innovation. Adaptability. Maturity. Distinction.

Our Vision TCO’s vision today builds upon on our past strengths with a focus on providing the best possible experience for our members in the present and into the future. Our vision is to provide member focused leadership, strong organization, open two-way communication, service to our online community, and a fun and supportive environment. The Crimson Order will work to be the best in all areas.

For further information, please see our in game corporation advertisement, join our in game recruiting channel [The Crimson Order Recruitment Channel], or feel free to message Ewel Long or Korran Acoron. Our History The concept of The Crimson Order began in 2003 when several individuals came together with a common vision and direction for a new organization in Star Wars Galaxies. The ideals of member focused leadership, a clear cut and strong military style structure, open flow of communication, and our core values. These leaders formed The Crimson Order, which also became known as the 1st Battalion of the 209th Stormtrooper Regiment. The Crimson Order quickly grew to prominence on its server, leading several major military campaigns and bringing together one of the largest alliances seen in the game. The SWG branch of TCO closed up shop in 2011 along with the final server shutdowns. In 2010, the Crimson Order opened a branch in Star Wars: The Old Republic (TOR). TCO again focused on community building and partnering with other guilds in game. The TOR branch of TCO also became known for its activities in open world PvP. More recently, we have been active in The Elder Scrolls Online, ArcheRage, Final Fantasy XIV. SW:TOR, LiF:MMO. In addition to official TCO chapters in other games, many members enjoy casual gaming together. Planetside 2, Factorio, Warhammer 40k, Depth, and Rocket League are just a few of the many titles we enjoy playing in our off-Eve time.

Killboard: https://zkillboard.com/corporation/98477207/

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A fun and solid group of people who enjoy gaming together. Been flying with them for almost 9 months and always enjoyed myself. A wide variety of activities that typically comes with null, but small enough that you are not a number or become lost in a crowd. If you’ve been wanting to try out Null Sec or are returning and looking for a smaller group to align with definitely check us out!

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Former USMC and very casual solo player, skilled for mining/drones, approx 45msp. Been looking for something to do in the evenings that’s a bit more organized. I’ll hit you up ingame this week.

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Sounds good man. I am a retired Navy Corpsmen who served with 3rd LAR, 1/7, 2/8 and 2D Tanks. I look forward to hearing from you.

Awesome! I had an LAV license, once-upon-a-time. 1st Radio Bn.

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Been TCO for many years now. Being the XO and Industry lead has been one of the best experiences in my eve career.

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I’ve been in a lot of different gaming groups in a lot of different games… and TCO is the one that I keep coming back to even though I don’t have RL time for EvE as much anymore… TCO and its members are a class above!

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The corp members are extremely helpful, without being judgmental. I've avoided large corps/alliances in the past, as I've felt that larger organizations tend to strip away the uniqueness of a player, forcing the player to become a pawn or cog. This is not only apparent in Eve Online, but many other MMOs as well. Considering my current profession, I understand the necessity of cooperation, but I think there is an indelible line between contribution and servitude Thankfully, this group has not yet crossed that line. After meeting with CEO, I don't think this corp ever will and I have high hopes.

On a different note, if a player wants to expand into more challenge/lucrative content, then low security (LS) and null security (null) is a viable route, and in my (extremely humble) opinion, an established alliance is the most risk adverse strategy. At least with this corp, your NOT selling your individualism for security.

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As you can see, we can deliver on our stuff. Yes we are small at the moment, but come and join us as we grow.