≫ WHAT WE BECOME PART 2: WHAT REMAINS APPLICATIONS CLOSED ≪

  • As of today (08/19/2021), we'll no longer be accepting applications for What We Become Part 2: What Remains.

    We've given it some thought and have decided that with the current state of the lore, it's in everyone's best interest if we focus on what we have currently so that we can finish the story in a timely manner. Introducing new characters into the mix would not only complicate things, but it would be difficult for new players to acclimate considering the current player base consists exclusively of long-time players.

    All currently pending applications will be processed, but the application form is closed so no new applications may be submitted.

    Applications will open again closer to the release of our Build 41 lore. Info on that will be released at some point in the future, but I can at least confirm that we're making good progress with our writing and planning.

    Thanks for your understanding!!

Information Pamphlet - Citizens and Visitors

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The Difference between Citizens and Visitors


Citizens:


  • Have obtained a citizenship license (signed by the current Minister or a current Council member)
  • Have agreed to the Citizens Obligations.
  • Are eligible to apply for a house in Monroe.
  • Are eligible to apply for permanent job positions in Monroe.
  • Are eligible to apply for non-permanent/contract work in Monroe.
  • Are eligible to apply for a procreation license in Monroe.
  • Are allowed to carry weapons within Monroe.
  • Are eligible to vote.


Visitors:

  • Are required to sign the visitors log upon arrival and hand over all weapons for the duration of their stay in Monroe.
  • Are allowed to take up an apartment space or a room at the inn for the duration of their stay in Monroe.
  • Are eligible to apply for non-permanent/contract work in Monroe.
  • Are eligible to apply for a citizenship license, should they wish to stay and live in Monroe. Requires filling out of the appropriate paperwork as well as a short interview with the Minister or other designated Monroe official.
  • Are not eligible to apply for a house in Monroe.
  • Are not eligible to apply for permanent job positions in Monroe.
  • Are not eligible to apply for a procreation license in Monroe.
  • Are not allowed to carry weapons within Monroe.
  • Are not eligible to vote.

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