Clans on the Global Map

Glossary

Clan

A military union of players within the Wargaming.net game trilogy. The main combat unit on the Global Map. Only clan members can battle on the Global Map.

Influence

A Global Map currency. Used to buy Divisions and modules, raise province income, take part in auctions, and pay for other actions. Clans can earn influence only by participating in Stronghold Skirmishes and in battles on the Global Map.

Treasury

A gold fund owned by a clan. A Treasury is replenished with income received from the clan’s provinces on the Global Map.

Elo rating

A clan’s rating on the Global Map that reflects the clan’s combat performance. Elo rating is calculated for the VI, VIII, X Fronts separately. A clan’s Elo rating changes after each battle: a victory increases the Elo rating, while a defeat decreases it.


Key Rules

Only clans can participate in battles on the Global Map. Individual players not enlisted in a clan cannot play on the Global Map.

Key information about a clan displayed on the Global Map:

  • Clan name.
  • Clan tag. A clan's short name.
  • Emblem. A clan symbol that marks clan vehicles in battles and its provinces on the Global Map.
  • Color. A clan color marks its territories on the Global Map.
  • Overall Elo rating. Overall Elo rating reflects a clan's combat performance in different Fronts. It consists of three components; each component corresponds to the two initial numbers of the Elo ratings calculated separately for the VI, VIII, and X Fronts.
  • Rate of victories. A clan's rate of victories in battles on the Global Map.
  • Number of battles. Number of battles fought by a clan on the Global Map.

Clan’s assets on the Global Map:

  • Gold. The amount of gold in a clan’s Treasury.
  • Influence. The amount of Influence a clan has.
  • Provinces. A clan's territories on the Global Map.
  • Divisions and modules. A clan's combat units and reinforcements.
  • Headquarters. The mobile command center of a clan.

Some information on another clan’s assets may not be available.

A clan is managed by officers with certain permissions. The officers’ permissions depend on their positions.

  • Commander
  • Executive Officer
  • Personnel Officer
  • Intelligence Officer
  • Quartermaster
  • Recruitment Officer
  • Combat Officer
  • Junior Officer
  • Private
  • Recruit
  • Reservist
Commander
  • Performing actions with bids in an auction
  • Purchasing modules when making a landing bid
  • Raising province income
  • Purchasing, disbanding, and relocating a Division
  • Modifying a Division
  • Changing the priority of players who can manage Combat Reserves
  • Submitting and canceling a landing application
  • Establishing and relocating the Headquarters
  • Initiating province ransack
  • Submitting and canceling an application to shift the battle time
  • Submitting and canceling an application to leave the Global Map
  • Accessing restricted clan information on the Global Map
  • Participating in battles on the Global Map
Executive Officer
  • Performing actions with bids in an auction
  • Purchasing modules when making a landing bid
  • Raising province income
  • Purchasing, disbanding, and relocating a Division
  • Modifying a Division
  • Changing the priority of players who can manage Combat Reserves
  • Submitting and canceling a landing application
  • Establishing and relocating the Headquarters
  • Initiating province ransack
  • Submitting and canceling an application to shift the battle time
  • Submitting and canceling an application to leave the Global Map
  • Accessing restricted clan information on the Global Map
  • Participating in battles on the Global Map
Personnel Officer
  • Performing actions with bids in an auction
  • Purchasing modules when making a landing bid
  • Raising province income
  • Purchasing, disbanding, and relocating a Division
  • Modifying a Division
  • Changing the priority of players who can manage Combat Reserves
  • Submitting and canceling a landing application
  • Establishing and relocating the Headquarters
  • Initiating province ransack
  • Submitting and canceling an application to shift the battle time
  • Accessing restricted clan information on the Global Map
  • Participating in battles on the Global Map
Intelligence Officer
  • Accessing restricted clan information on the Global Map
  • Participating in battles on the Global Map
Quartermaster
  • Accessing restricted clan information on the Global Map
  • Participating in battles on the Global Map
Recruitment Officer
  • Accessing restricted clan information on the Global Map
  • Participating in battles on the Global Map
Combat Officer
  • Relocating a Division
  • Establishing and relocating the Headquarters
  • Initiating province ransack
  • Submitting and canceling an application to shift the battle time
  • Accessing restricted clan information on the Global Map
  • Participating in battles on the Global Map
Junior Officer
  • Accessing restricted clan information on the Global Map
  • Participating in battles on the Global Map
Private
  • Accessing restricted clan information on the Global Map
  • Participating in battles on the Global Map
Recruit

Participating in battles on the Global Map

Reservist

Participating in battles on the Global Map

By default, Combat Reserves can be used in a World of Tanks battle by the player who holds the highest position on the team. An exception is made for the Combat Officer having the highest priority in the battle. If several players hold the same position, the right to use Combat Reserves is vested in the player who joined the clan earlier.

Each clan can manually establish priority by placing its members in a certain order. Changing priority does not affect the battles that have already been scheduled for the clan. However, manual settings apply for all the future battles.

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