|Alliance||New Pacific Order|
Since 07/30/2013 (2,615 days)
|Statistics as of 09/03/2014|
|Casualty Rank||4,093 of 5,242 (78.08%)|
|“||When you have lived centuries, you see that everything is a pattern that grows out of itself. Sometimes you can no longer see the trees, only the roots. It is the smallest part of the price of immortality.||”|
Scourge founded the nation of Bosthirda on July 31st of 2013 after spending some time learning the histories of CyberNations. Among the alliances that actively sought to recruit him on his first day on Planet Bob was the New Pacific Order. He submitted an application on that date, and was officially accepted to join the ranks of the New Pacific Order shortly after.
Membership in the New Pacific Order
After passing the trials of the academy, Scourge spent many days studying the vast archives of the Museum of Pacific History. He could often be found deep in The Unlimited Wing, carefully examining the tomes containing the philosophies, policies, and culture of the Order. Scourge emerged from the museum after several weeks of deep meditation - an ancient ritual that he is rumored to perform on a regular basis.
Armed with the values and virtues of the Pacific, Scourge set himself upon the tasks of the Order. He began by joining the Tech Corps, working by procuring technology for the Pacific. Soon after, he would join the Media Corps as a scribe and artist. Later, he would join both the Diplomatic Corps and Military Intelligence. He continues to serve in all departments to this day.
On August 28th, 2014 Scourge was awarded with the Pacifican Medal for Diplomatic Excellence by the Imperial Staff.
We are blessed, in the Diplomatic Corps, with many great diplomats, leaders, and hard workers. Today, we recognize someone who has not just met expectations, but has gone well above and beyond the normal duty of their position. Since he was a Special Envoy through his time as a Legate today, Scourge has gone above and beyond the call of duty. For his great dedication, innovation, and leading by some of the best examples you could see, the Imperial Officers of Foreign Affairs are proud to award Scourge the Pacifican Medal for Diplomatic Excellence.
Scourge fought in the War of the Orders as a member of the New Pacific Order. He engaged 18 nations from 8 separate alliances during the duration of the conflict.
|Scourge's NPO War Ribbon Bar|
Positions Past & Present
|Diplomatic Corps Career|
Scourge joined the Diplomatic Corps in early September of 2013. He served as a diplomat initially, representing the Order abroad. After several months of dedicated work, he was promoted to the position of Diplomatic Attache. As Diplomatic Attache, Scourge assisted the Diplomatic Special Envoys and extended his range to include more alliances. He quickly proved himself capable of the responsibilities of the position, and was soon promoted to Diplomatic Special Envoy. He served in this role for two months, engaged in relations with multiple alliances, as well as mentoring young diplomats. Scourge was promoted to the position of Imperial Legate, where he serves to this day.
|Economic Affairs Career|
|13 Aug 2013 – Present|
Scourge became an Economic Procurer on August 13th, 2013. Since that time, Scourge has worked tirelessly to procure technology for the Order. He has maintained a steadfast record of delivering technology in a timely and regular fashion.
|Media Corps Career|
|31 Oct 2013 – Present|
|06 Feb 2014 – Present|
After becoming an Artifex Pacificae, Scourge worked alongside other artists to design and create images and graphics for the Pacific. As his work progressed, he became interested in writing for the Media Corps. He signed up to become a Scribe, and has since worked on several publications, including The Pacific Press and PNN International. He continues to serve in both roles to this day.
|Military Intelligence Career|
|25 Jan 2014 - 07 Aug 2014|
Scourge joined the ranks of Military Intelligence in late January of 2014. When asked about his duties in this department, Scourge replied by drugging this historian and tossing him into Lake Francograd. While the specifics may never be fully known - Scourge continued to work in his capacity until early September of 2014, when he stepped down to focus his efforts elsewhere.