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Empire

This page must be went through at least once,by every member of Forever Dominating Surfers. Whether an owner,moderator or member,it IS mandatory. On this page,you will get to know about FDS’s  servers,rules,governance and what you must do as a member of FDS.

Name : Democratic Republic of Forever Dominating Surfers of Club Penguin

Table of Contents:
1. Flag
2. Warrior Code
3. Oath
4. Land
5. Allies/Enemies
6. Merge
7. Peace Treaties
8. Constitution

 

Warriors Code

Always obey leaders
Be loyal
Check the FDS website daily
Attend events
Be fair, no criticism etc
Patrol servers and have fun!

 

Oath
“I pledge,to the rules of Forever Dominating Surfers,that I will be royal to the army,be fair and helpful,respect all the troops of FDS ,treat everyone equally,but most of all have fun and keep up with FDS and events.”

Land:

 

Allies/Enemies:

Allies:
Lizards of CP
Smack Down CP

Enemies:  
N/A

 

Merge

If you would like to merge with this army, then fill out the form below:

1. Why do you want to merge?
2. Name of army 
3. Army website
4. Army leaders
5. Representative for merge
6. Do you note, that once merged, you cannot take troops back unless asked by main leaders?

Peace Treaties

None

The Constitution of Forever Dominating Surfers

Article I – Government

The Forever Dominating Surfers of Club Penguin are a Feudalistic Democracy, which means that most of the power is held by the people of the Forever Dominating Surfers. The governing body of the Forever Dominating Surfers shall consist primarily of an elected President, who shall hold office for 4 months, and then may run for re-election. There shall be no term limit for the office of the President. The President shall wield the executive power for as long as he is in office. The legislative power of the Forever Dominating Surfers  shall be bestowed upon the Assembly of the FDS(see Article II). The judicial power of the FDS shall be bestowed upon the Supreme Court (see Article IV). The President shall not have power over the Assembly or the Supreme Court under any circumstances. The responsibilities of the President include appointing ranks, supervising elections, leading events, governing the people of the FDS, approving laws passed by the Assembly, negotiation with other armies unless an Ambassador is appointed, and making sure the FDS are operating at the best of their abilities. The President is responsible for the overall welfare of the FDS and must not derelict such duties under any circumstances. The President shall be elected every four months. No soldier of the FDS shall be denied a vote. The President will also select a Vice President. The Vice President must be selected prior to the election. The Vice President has all the powers and abilities of the President, but his/her actions may be overridden by the President.

Article II – Assembly

The Assembly of the FDS shall wield the legislative power of the army. The Assembly shall consist of any member of the FDS, regardless of rank. The Speaker of the Assembly, or the President, may schedule Assembly meetings. Any member of the FDS may attend. The President shall select a Speaker of the Assembly who will schedule and run Assembly meetings and oversee the Assembly to ensure that it is running at the best of it’s ability. The Assembly may pass basic laws, which require a majority vote to be passed. Laws passed by the Assembly must then be approved by the President. The President has the opportunity to veto the law, which will result in the law not being passed. However, the Assembly may override the veto with three fourths majority of vote.

Article III – Criminal Offenses

Criminal offenses are intentional illegal or law-breaking acts. There are five types of criminal offenses. First stage misdemeanors are minor offenses. These include but are not limited to refusal to obey orders and breaking chat rules. Punishment for these shall not exceed that of a single demotion. Second stage misdemeanors are a higher offense. These include but are not limited to two first stage misdemeanors and intentionally not attending or leaving a battle despite availability. Punishment for these shall not exceed that of a double demotion. A felony offense is a serious offense. These include but are not limited to attending another army’s event over a Surfers’ event, three first stage misdemeanors or two seconds stage misdemeanors. Punishment for these shall not exceed being sent down to a member rank. A capital offense is a very serious offense. These include but are not limited to hacking, doxing, site defacement or committing several lesser offenses. Punishment for these will be a banishment from the army. A federal offense is the worst offense you can commit. A federal offense is a crime against the government such as rebellious acts, slander of an owner or treason (such as intentionally losing a war). The punishment for this will also be removal from the army.

Article IV – The Supreme Court

Section 1 – The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is the Forever Dominating Surfers’ court. It is made of the Chief Justice and four other troops, known as Justices. All Justices are appointed by the President and serve for the remainder of their career. When a Justice retires, the vacancy is to be filled by the current President. The President may not remove a Justice from office. Justices can only be removed by the Assembly or by the other Justices. To be impeached, a Justice must have committed two felonies or one Capital Offense (see Article III). A Justice may step down at any time, but may not name a successor to fill his/her place. The Supreme Court is led by the Chief Justice. It is the Chief Justice’s responsibility to gather the Court when needed and to break any ties in all cases. Before the Supreme Court, trials are presented by any troop, and trials may concern anything, whether it be deciding punishment or questioning a law. It is the Supreme Court’s duty to interpret laws. Whenever a person or group’s ability to do something within in a certain law is questioned, it is the Supreme Court’s job to decide if the accused has illegally over-stepped his/her boundaries or not. The Supreme Court is also responsible for all trials.

Section 2 – Trial Proceedings and Protocols

The Supreme Court is responsible for all trials in the Forever Dominating Surfers. All troops held before the Supreme Court have the right to a fair and speedy trial, and have the right to have an attorney to conduct their trial in their stead. However, the defendant must be present at the Courthouse chatroom during their trial, even if they have appointed an attorney. Times for trials will be determined by the defendant and the justices consensually. All Justices and the defendant must be able to attend the trial. A defendant who is absent during their trial will be proclaimed guilty as charged. To convict a present defendant, the Justices must be persuaded, beyond reasonable doubt, that the defendant is guilty. All defendants shall be proclaimed innocent until proven guilty. To reach a conviction, a majority of the Justices must vote in favor of conviction. If the defendant or prosecution believes that a Justice does believe neutrally about the trial before it has begun, the Justice must appoint a replacement for that specific trial. The Chief Justice in responsible for overseeing trials and ensuring that both the prosecution and defendant have been apprised of their constitutional rights and that trials are executed in an orderly and just manner.

Article V – Rights of the People

The people of the Forever Dominating Surfers Army shall not be denied or excluded from rights guaranteed by the Constitution of the Forever Dominating Surfers Army. The guaranteed rights are as followed. 1. No person in the Forever Dominating Surfers Army shall be denied the freedom to speak out on any topic whatsoever. All topics posted on the website, spoken by any soldier in the FDS Army, or mentioned in the Assembly are subject to free speech and opinion. No person shall be punished for non-profane criticism against any member of the FDS Army. 2. No person in the FDS Army shall be denied a fair and speedy trial. All trials will be put in front of the Supreme Court and decided on by the Justices. The members of the Assembly will reach a verdict and the Chief Justice will decide punishment if the defendant is convicted. 3. No person in the FDS  Army shall face punishment that is overly harsh for the offense nor will they face punishment that is ruled by the President to be unusual. It is the responsibility of the President to make sure that unusual or overly harsh punishment is not carried out. 4. No person in the FDS Army shall be subject to unfair treatment by their superiors or a biased promotion or demotion based on friendship, relationship, or any other reason. The promotion or demotion must be earned. If an biased promotion is reported, the perpetrator shall be tried in the Supreme Court for a felony offense. If convicted, the promotion/demotion shall be undone. 5. No member of the FDS shall be denied the right to attend and vote in Assembly meetings. Should a member of the FDS be denied the opportunity to attend and vote in an Assembly meeting, he may sue the person or people who denied him that right in the Supreme Court. Punishment for denying a troop access to an Assembly meeting, unless he/she is hindering or disrupting Assembly proceedings, is banishment from future Assembly meetings for as long as seen fit by the Supreme Court.

Article VI – Sniperships and Feudalism

Snipers are a feudal system within the FDS’ Army. Within this system, Owner ranks are each given a server owned by the army, which they will become Sniper of. They are responsible to guard and protect that server. They are encouraged to recruit a small army and even invade more servers. In exchange for this power, the Snipers must promise fealty (an oath of loyalty) to the FDS’ President and claim their recruits and servers in the name of the FDS’  Army. Snipers  make up the Owner body of the army. Each Sniper is made an Owner and given 3rd in Command Powers. There is no limit to how many Snipers there are, so long as the Greater Army retains one third of all servers. Two esteemed Snipers will be chosen as Snipers Paramount and will be given Second in Command Powers. They are charged with the responsibility of regulating and managing the army in the absence of the President or the Vice President, in which they together act as the Vice President, or in the absence of both, in which they fill both positions. Leaders of a merging army will become lords of their old servers and lead their army as usual, but as a branch of the Forever Dominating Surfers. Servers gained under the mergers will remain under their protection but be considered FDS’ territory and will receive protection from the army as a whole in times of need. Snipers  may not declare war or invade other armies not already at war with the FDS. They may not use their army to aid or ally with other armies that the FDS are not already aiding as a whole or are at war with. Snipers may not use their armies to rebel or strike against the power of another Sniper or the Greater Army. Consequences for this are the removal of the person’s lordship, servers conquered and protected by them, and the army under them. They will be tried by the Supreme Court and banished from the Greater Army. If a Sniper is to retire, their snipership, army and original server will be given to a new Sniper, appointed by the President, while all other earned servers will return as territory directly managed by the Greater Army. Should the Supreme Court find an appointment to be unjust, they may veto the appointment and the President must appoint a different Sniper instead.

Article VII – Retirement

Retirements are not to be a simple choice within the Forever Dominating Surfers’ Army. All troops may retire at any time they believe is right. However, they may not retire and rejoin multiple times. A troop may only retire and rejoin in a two month period. If they retire again within this period, they lose their rank and will be lowest member should they rejoin. If a troop retires because of social reasons such as problems on chat, they may only come back to the army as the lowest rank, except with President permission. After any third retirement, an ex-Owner rank will have to restart as lowest member if they wish to regain their previous rank. In all other cases, if a troop decides to rejoin, the President will decide if this person will receive the same rank again.

Article VIII – Constitutional Amendments

The Constitution may be amended to better fit the army and its history. To amend the constitution, the Assembly must have a three fourths vote in favor of the specific amendment. Once the amendment has passed the Assembly, it is law. The Presidents veto cannot remove it. However, if other troops or the Presidents believe the law should be removed, he or she may bring the case before the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court will then make the final decision on the amendment.

1st Amendment to the Constitution

Sniperships shall no longer be granted upon the basis of rank, as stated in Article VI of the Constitution. Sniperships shall be granted as an honorary title, awarded by the President or by the Assembly, to a deserving individual. A Snipership may only be revoked by the Supreme Court for a Capital or Federal Offense. The responsibilities, rights, and benefits as stated in Article VI of the Constitution.

Signed Into Law

Pikachu (Michael Jackson Lover) – January 25th 2013

Note: All Presidents must sign the Constitution before taking office.

Bills, Acts, & Other Laws

The Snipership Reform Act

All Snipers Snipers Paramount, and the Vice President in the FDS  army must maintain a troop base of 5 troops minimum per Sniper. All Snipers and Snipers Paramount must also schedule an event for their troops every other week, unless it conflicts with a Joint Army event. Each Sniper may host practice battles with other Lords, but may not declare war upon another Sniper, without the consent of the President.

The Constitutions Act

If at any time the FDS’ Army deems it necessary for the writing of a new Constitution and the present Constitution to be discarded, there must be either a two thirds (2/3) majority vote by the Army in its entirety, or a three fourths (3/4) majority vote by the Lords (regular, Paramount, and Vice President). Only by one or both of these majorities can a Constitution be discarded and a new Constitution ratified.

2 Responses

  1. I hope you’ll like Smack Down to help in your recurting session day after tomorrow when we’re allies. 😀

  2. Well Pikachu,I know that you want to be allies with Dingdong’s club penguin army (Smack Down) I can’t able to accpet it because I’m not main leader of it I’m Co-Leader of it I’ll talk to Dingdong about being allies with you guys okay Pikachu?

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