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To open this interface, click on the cog icon on the clan tab of your side interface. The clan settings interface offers three tabs itself: a clan roster (clanmates), a clan settings tab and a permissions tab. These offer the following controls for access rights and permissions.
This tab allows you (if you have the correct permissions) to view the current sanctions applied to a selected clanmate. You are able to ban a clanmate from the whole island, just the Citadel grounds or just the keep. This section also allows you to apply bans to other clanmates.
Toggle the checkbox next to the option you would like and press 'Save' to commit your changes. If you ban a clanmate from an area that they are currently in, they will be kicked out after a three-minute warning.
You will also be able to alter a clanmate's rank and title here.
There are several options relevant to security and access on this tab:
Note that the dropdown box options can only be changed whilst you are in your Citadel.
This interface also allows you to set a preferred world for your clan, a preferred time zone, a national flag, official clan thread and 'clan time', which sets events on the noticeboard to the clan's chosen time zone, rather than the default time zone.
The permissions tab is arranged by rank and by category. Selecting a rank from the sidebar populates all current permissions for the given rank. You can switch between categories with the top bar.
Under the 'Chat' category, click on the button to set this rank as the minimum rank to talk in / ban from the clan chat.
For all other options, click to toggle that permission for that rank. The following options are available:
Options marked * may only be given to those with at least Administrator rank; options marked ** require at least Overseer rank.
The clan dragon is a customisable feature that is only available at tier 7. This will become available via the customisation tab of the citadel interface. The dragon will cost a lot of resources to buy and upkeep; it's not something a clan can get easily!
The dragon comes in various colours and dilapidates along with the Citadel. Note that the dragon is a purely cosmetic - but very cool - part of your Citadel.
Training skills in a Clan Citadel offers XP at a significantly lower rate than the surface of RuneScape. We did not want Citadels to become THE place to train your skills; rather, we wanted skilling to be a way for you to contribute measurably to your clan, making your mark on the resource pool and upgrades. That said, we did not wish to completely ignore the time and effort contributed to your clan, so we decided to introduce the clan ring. This item offsets the reduced XP rates in a Citadel by offering you a temporary XP multiplier when training a skill of your choice (achieved by tuning the clan ring to a Citadel skill plot and then training the related skill on the surface of RuneScape). You will not receive a greater amount of XP by training in a Citadel. You will only get the multiplier when using the clan ring on the surface.
Therefore with the XP you gain (on the surface) from the rings you gain doing citadel work, plus the XP you gain from the actual citadel work means that you actually end up being close to the XP you could gain on the mainland originally!
Contribute enough to the clan resource pool and you will receive a message in your chatbox telling you that you have earned a clan ring. You can collect your ring from the Quartermaster. The Quartermaster will give you the uncharged ring. Charge the ring by using it on a skill plot. Your ring will then give you bonus experience when you train that skill on the surface. The amount of bonus experience is dependent on your level in that skill and the tier of the skill plot you have attuned it to.
You may only have one clan ring at a time, whether it is in your bank, or inventory, or wearing it, charged or uncharged. This means you will have to either use your ring or destroy it before you can claim a new one.
Each build tick you can earn fealty with your clan for contributing resources. If you contribute enough resources then your fealty will increase and you will earn a bonus to all XP gained whilst skilling within the Citadel.
You can have up to 3 ranks of fealty which will provide you with a 15% XP boost for each rank you gain. You become eligible for clan fealty once you have gained a clan ring.
Fealty also adjusts the appearance of your Clan cloak, showing off decorative stars for the fealty rank that you currently have. Right click on it for an XP reward.
You can lose fealty should you not contribute enough resources to your clan in a week. Your rank will go down by 1 each week that you do not meet the resource contribution requirements.