Thank you for your interest in joining Casa di Cavalieri! We hope that this website has given you all the information you need about the pack. This page will lay out exactly how to join. In Casa we pride ourselves in being a friendly and welcoming group so if you have any questions please PM a leader and they will be more than happy to help you.
Before joining the pack please familiarize yourself with the following:
Casa di Cavalieri Website
Every pack has it's own website outlining their own unique rules and culture and this website is the primary source for all information Cavaleri. It is your guidebook for how to advance through the pack, get involved with the culture and follow the pack specific rules.
The Quick and Dirty Guide to Souls
The Quick and Dirty Guide should be read before you join Souls. It outlines all the important reads relative to role playing on the site as well as some helpful tips.
The Casa Wiki contains the history of the pack as well as our current relationships with other packs. Many other player editable pages are available that you will need to use in the future such as a list of which rooms or houses all the current members live in and a list of all of Casa's current livestock.
How to Join
- Join Souls by submitting your joining application here.
- Out of Character Joining: Choose OOC joining on your application and wait for Casa di Cavalieri's leadership to review your request. If you are accepted an acceptance message will be posted to your Souls Application and you will be ranked as a Prova.
- In Character Joining: Post a joining thread on the pack borders.
Joining with an Adoptable will automatically give your character relationships within the pack.
Acceptance and Rejection
A character's acceptance or rejection from Casa is based almost entirely on the character's personality, skills, and mannerisms. If you are hoping to be accepted, your character is expected to show respect to the greeter through a submissive posture and polite speech. Characters with few or no skills will generally be accepted as long as they adhere to polite mannerisms.