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Clan Ranks

A member is responsible for their own recognition and promotion.  If you feel you are ready for the next step, speak to a Minister of the Chieftain.  No one should be overlooked, but it can happen.


All new members to the Clan begin their rank as a Pledge. A pledge has shown interest in joining the Clan, and may be promoted to the rank of Initiate at their first appearance during a Sunday night meeting.


An Initiate has sworn to our Code of Honor and vowed to uphold Clan values as they gain membership into the Herd. It is then the Initiates duty to demonstrate their loyalty to the Clan and walk a Path of Honor among us. Over time, an Initiate's honorable deeds will be noticed by our council and eventually result in their ascension as a true Thunderhoof Clansman.


These members represent the fabric of our organization. A Clansman has proven over time that they truly have the spirit of the Clan within them and their title is a life-long symbol of the respect and honor they have earned in Thunderhoof Clan and with all Shu'Halo.  For many players, this will be a life-long ranking and is held with pride.


Thunderhoof Clan has eight Champions, one for each path a Tauren may follow, be they Warrior, Druid, Shaman, Hunter, Death Knight, Paladin, Monk or Priest. Every other month we open the floor of Thundarena so that Clansmen may lay challenge for this title through honorable combat.

Our Clan Champions represent the strongest among our seven classes and it is a great honor to hold this title, though they may be called out to prove themselves worthy time and time again.


This was once a rank identifying founding members of Thunderhoof Clan who not only had been with the Clan for a very long time, but served as Master Crafters under our old system of government. It now may be awarded to Clansmen of extraordinary longevity who have influenced the Clan and served with distinction.

Elders have the responsibility of enforcing the Code of Honor and assisting the Chieftain when he calls for the help/input. They are expected to rise to any occasion and exemplify the Principles of Thunderhoof.  
The Elder rank is considered closed and may only be given by the Chieftain under extraordinary circumstances.



Ministers see to the needs of the Clan.  They are counsel to the Chieftain, and see to much of the administrative duties of the guild. Although the rank is numerically higher than Elder, Ministers answer to the Elders as well as the Chieftain.  

The Minister rank is considered closed and may only be given by the Chieftain under extraordinary circumstances.  Retiring Ministers may retain the honorific title of Minister for life.



The Chieftain leads the guild.  This being said, a Chieftain answers to the Elders and Clansmen of Thunderhoof.  The Chieftain will always have the final word, but should always seek the wisdom and wishes of Thunderhoof.  

A Chieftain should be treated with honor, but is no more important or integral to the guild than it's members.  Former Chieftains will keep the honorific title of "Chieftain" for life.

Alt Policy

Players of the rank of Clansmen and above are able to have 7 alts (one for each class of Tauren, please). Special considerations may be made for extraordinary circumstances.
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