Motto: DBD (Division) Division Leader
The Division Leader runs the entirety of the Division. Everything going on within the division goes up to the Division leader.
The Division Leader can rank-up, but at this point the rank and how to rank up will remain unsaid.
Motto: DBD (Division) Co-Division Leader
The Co-Division Leader is the second-in-command of the division. They are in Charge of keeping track of everything going on within the division and informing the Division leader of everythin going on. The Co-Division Leader must know how to run the division, and must be trained to take over on divisional split.
The Co-Division leader gets promoted when the division splits. The Co-Div Leader however, must know how to run the division and must be more than ready to take over.
Motto: DBD (Division) Founder
The Founder is a higher overseer of an even greater number of squads. There are 2-3 Co-Founders, under each Founder. The Founder is learning how to run the division while making sure all of the squads they are over are running smoothly.
A Founder gets promoted the same way as a Co-Founder. It is essentially the same job just on different scales. Founders must be active within their squads.
Motto: DBD (Division) Co-Founder
The Co-Founder serves as an overseer of the squads they are over. A co-founder can be over anywhere between 2-4 squads. They are meant to watch over their specific squads and be able to take over as acting General if the gen is lost for whatever reason. The Co-Founder also needs to attend practices of all of their squads.
A Co-Founder gets promoted, essentially when there is someone to take their place. If the job is being done. Co-Founders must be active within their squads.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) Gen
The General runs the squad. The General has access to the Gen Tag of the particular squad that they are over. The General must keep in touch with most of their members and can promote anyone in thir squad. As general you need to make sure everything is going well within your squad. You are in charge.
To get promoted, you must split at least one squad. You may choose to run another Gen cycle or to rank up to Co-Founder. Your new squad must be stable, with a good amount of officers and it must have enough people, with a good colonel to take over.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) Col
The Colonel is the second-in-command of the squad and must learn everything about how to be a general. The Colonel may promote anyone as long as they get the approval of the General.
The Colonel must show their leadership and ability to run the squad. When the squad splits the colonel with the most potential will be promoted to General of the squad.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) Maj
Major is a bridge rank between Captain and Colonel. There can be a total of two majors. The two majors would battle it out to see who the best one to run the squad. This will create more even splits and will bring more efficient Generals.
A major must show great leadership ability, and the capability to run a squad.They must know most of the people that are in the squad and should be able to run things without the General's supervision. The best of the two will be promoted to Colonel
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) 1-4 Cpt
Captains must host practices but are also in charge of making sure there are practices going on. Captains should be the people making the practice schedules for the squad. The captain makes it and sends it to the Squad Gen Tag.
A Captain must show that they are ready to become a squad leader. Staying active and doing what they need to do. The General will promote you when they feel you are ready.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) 1-5 Lt
Lieutenant is the starting officer rank. As a Lieutenant you will start hosting practices within the squad. You also need to know who all is in your squad and you need to make sure the sergeants are recruiting and know how to recruit.
A Lieutenant must host at least two practices and remain active within the squad to get promoted. They must also show that they can become a general in the future by the maturity level and leadership.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) MSgt
You are a master of recruiting and know the ropes. At this point, you need to show that you are active within DBD by coming to practices and still pulling in new recruits. You can also use your recruiting talent to help sergeants recruit.
A Master Sergeant needs to change their gamertag to become eligible to rank up into the officer ranks. You must also show that you are ready to become an officer and a future leader in DBD.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) SSgt
The staff sergeant has learned how to recruit and has already displayed that. Recruiting people is starting to come natural as you meet new people through recruiting.
A Staff Sergeant gets promoted when they recruit two more new members into DBD. These recruited members must be active.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) Sgt
The sergeant rank is the first rank in which you start recruiting. You still have to come to practice, but now you can recruit people and bring them into practice with you. You should've been taught how to recruit by an officer in your squad.
A sergeant gets promoted when they recruit two new members into DBD. These recruited members must be active.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) Cpl
The Corporal rank is meant to show that you have come to Practices before. You are starting to learn how things are run within DBD. You should still come to practices, and you need to start learning how to recruit. Any officer in your squad should be able to teach you.
A Corporal gets promoted when they continue to show that they will be active. They learn how to recruit from a higher officer and can then be promoted.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) Pvt
The Private rank is the beginning to the ranking structure. A private should go to the Squad Practices and try and get to know people within their squad, and DBD as a whole. It'll be easier for a private to move forward if their activity level is fairly high.
A Private gets promoted to corporal when they come to two squad practices and show that they are going to be active within DBD.
Motto: DBD (Squad) (Division) NB
A New-Blood is someone recruited into DBD who is under the age of 13. New-Bloods need to go to as many squad practices as they can so everyone can get to know them. They must be mature to prove that despite their age, they should be a part of DBD.
A New-Blood gets promoted by coming to practice and being active within DBD. After they prove that they are mature enough and that they are active, they will move into the normal ranking structure.