Ranks in the Shadow Order are based on activity, dedication, leadership, and many other factors. All promotions are decided by the Shadow Council.
Once you become a member of the clan, you can choose to apply for the competitive team, the Sentinels, or the event hosts, the Consulars.
-=- Grand Master -=-
The Grand Master of the Shadow Order is the sole leader of the clan. Though communicating with his/her Shadow Council on most matters, Grand Master has the final say on any decision.
-=- Shadow Council -=-
Masters of the Shadow Council are the chosen leaders of the Shadow Order. Handpicked by the Grand Master, the council helps make decisions for the clan, think of new ideas and events, teach others their knowledge, and keep the peace. Being a Master does not guarantee a seat on the council.
-=- Jedi Master -=-
Jedi Masters are the prestigious members of the Shadow Order, proving themselves in all aspects of what it means to be a clan member by dedicating lots of time and energy. These members focus on teaching, organizing, and keeping the peace. They answer to the Shadow Council, but are second in command.
-=- Jedi Knight -=-
As a Jedi progresses in skill and promise, and the Council sees that they are truly loyal and dedicated to the clan, they become a Jedi Knight.
-=- Jedi -=-
Once a Padawan proves themselves after a fair amount of time in the clan, through activity, attitude, behavior, and initiative, they then move to be a full Jedi.
-=- Jedi Padawan -=-
The first official rank of the Shadow Order, Padawans are the young newcomers to the Shadow Order. The lowest rank in the clan, these Jedi are wide-eyed and full of energy, eager for what lies ahead. A Padawan is able to recruit others and participate in closed events.
-=/=- Jedi Trainee -=/=-
In order to be accepted into the Shadow Order, one must be observed and judged by the Shadow Council and the rest of the clan. Jedi Trainees are those that want to become a member. The trial period lasts a couple weeks or so, allowing the council to decide whether or not the trainee would be a good fit in the clan. Trainees have special tags, -=/=- to show that they aren't a member yet, but are striving to be.
-=- denotes the color of the tag ingame