TERROR RESPONSE SYNDICATE INFORMATION
These people are the number one defense and attack against the terror epidemic. Hunters are the ones who risk their lives fighting the atrocities made by Zeredah. They commonly work in teams and are expected to be able to work with their fellow hunters alongside the fellow divisions in the Terror Response Syndicate. Hunters start as an apprentice and are expected to learn from both the mentors and professors in the training center. They start out with a week of classes then are given a test, if they pass then they will be able to venture out and fight terrors under the guidance of a mentor, but are still expected to attend classes in the morning until they have completed their education. People can become hunter apprentices at the age of 12 with parental permission otherwise they would have to wait until they are 18. They wear the crest of a sword and shield on the left side of their uniform.
Hunter Division Ranks:
Apprentice: Those still learning how to become a hunter. They are forbidden from going on missions without their mentor unless their mentor provides a substitute to go out with them.
Hunter: A full-fledged member of the hunter division. They are allowed to go on missions with chosen teammates or alone if they are strong enough.
Elite Hunter: Powerful members in the hunter division who either have 5 years of experience or displayed excellent leadership and fighting skills. Elite hunters can often go on missions alone or in pairs.
Sergeant: In the TRS there are 6 sergeants (2 in each unit) who work beneath the lieutenants. If the lieutenant is absent, they represent the unit on their behalf. They are often responsible for checking equipment stores, reporting damaged weapons and reporting inventory to the lieutenant. Sergeants have a single red star on the left side of their uniform.
Lieutenant: In the TRS there are 3 lieutenants (1 in each unit) who work beneath the general. They are the representative and commander of each unit. Lieutenants are responsible for making certain that missions get completed, ordering new equipment and assigning apprentices to hunters. Lieutenants have 2 red stars on the left side of their uniform.
General: The highest rank in the hunter division. They are responsible for making certain the hunter division runs smoothly. The general approves equipment orders and sorts out missions to be given to specific units. Lastly, the general is responsible for assigning members to their unit. Generals have 3 red stars on the left side of their uniform. Also approves or disapproves of unit transfers.
Members of the Terror Response Syndicate who have devoted themselves to healing those within the TRS. The medical division has a very specific protocol that states that any forms of healing magic (exception of potions/salves) should be used as a last resort to keep a patient alive. This is to avoid stressing their medics with constant energy drains and to make certain they have enough healing magic to go around. Medics learn how to tend to wounds and sickness alongside some basic self-defense skill against terrors (field medics tend to get more training in self-defense). Classroom training is a majority of the training apprentice medics receive, however, they are expected to help in the medical ward to further their training. Those training to be a ward medic are tested in the classroom while field medic apprentices are required to pass an on field test. If the field medic fails the on field test, they are to work in the medical ward instead. They wear a crest on the left side of their uniform in the shape of a cross.
Medical Division Ranks:
Apprentice: Those learning the medical arts in the training center. They rarely meet the battlefield unless they are taking their field test or the TRS is desperate.
Field Medic: These medics are trained to administer medical care while on the combat field and under some stress. They are usually swift and skillful at giving care to their patients despite the battle raging around them. Field medics are taught self-defense skills of a higher degree than ward medics.
Ward Medic: These medics work within the medical ward at the TRS Headquarters. Usually they deal with the patients after the battle and give them care until they can return to work. Ward medics are given a higher degree of surgical training.
Secondary Medic: In the TRS there are 3 secondary medics (1 in each unit) who work beneath the head medic. They are trained in both field and ward medical work. They are responsible for making certain the medics have enough supplies for both medical types. Secondary medics are also known for assigning rooms for patients and keeping track of patient progress. Secondary medics have 2 green stars on the left side of their uniform.
Head Medic: The highest rank of the medical division. They make certain everything runs smoothly within the medical division. Oftentimes, head medics are talking to various humans and pharmaceutical companies in order to get the medical supplies they need. They often confirm if a patient is ready to leave the medical ward and return to work. The head medic has 3 green stars on the left side of their uniform. Also approves or disapproves of unit transfers.
These are members in the Terror Response Syndicate who are skillful in stealth and remaining hidden from terrors. Scouts file in the reports of terror sightings and verify reports made by the citizen's of Lorsette. They constantly keep radios on them to communicate to headquarters and fellow TRS members in the area. They are information gatherers and are the most likely to discover new information about terrors due to their constant observation of them. Scouts are taught self-defense skills in emergency cases of a terror finding them. Most of the time, scouts do work alone to make certain not to attract attention. The scout's crest is a compass rose and it is located on the left side of their uniform.
Scouting Division Ranks:
Apprentice: These members are still training and only receive mentors for a brief amount of time to assure that they are prepared for their task.
Scout: Skilled members of the Terror Response Syndicate who are skilled in the art of stealth. Scouts are known for carrying multiple radios to make certain they can get in contact with headquarters about terrors.
Deputy: In the TRS there are 3 deputies (1 in each unit) who work beneath the scout master. They often handle the ordering of supplies and make certain that all scouts are equipped with several radios. Deputies are also expected to make certain there are no leaks in the radio systems alongside maintain maps marking the courses of herds. Deputies have 2 blue starts on the left side of their uniform.
Scout Master: The highest rank in the scouting division. They relay terror movements to the general and approve the new equipment orders. The scout master often makes predictions on where terror hordes are more likely to attack. This is often the person assisting the general in making battle plans based on the movements of terrors. The scout master has 3 blue stars on the left side of their uniform. Also approves or disapproves of unit transfers.
In the Terror Response Syndicate there are various other, less infamous ranks that help to keep things running smoothly. These other ranks do not receive a unit and oftentimes work within the TRS building, this includes roles like professors, instructors, sponsors, cafeteria workers, janitors alongside various other miscellaneous jobs that help the Terror Response Syndicate to keep functioning.
Members of the Terror Response Syndicate are expected to wear their uniforms whenever they are on duty. The only exceptions are if the uniform is dirty or has been damaged beyond use. If the uniform cannot be worn, TRS members are expected to wear something that will not hinder them from working and that is appropriate. Uniforms are fire resistant, which does provide some protection against fire. However, this is not significant enough to protect them against being directly hit by flames. TRS members are allowed to make altercations to their uniform as long as the altercations do not hinder them from working. Members receive 2 uniforms alongside temperature regulating charms to avoid discomfort. Extra uniforms can be ordered.
The uniforms themselves have a base colours of dark navy and black that are accented with the division's colour. Jackets without altercations have shoulder epaulets, two lines down the arms and sides of the jacket, cuffs, trim and buttons. Their collars when they are not folded down are high and would rest just below the chin. On the back of the jacket in a silver colour in impact font is "TRS" and below that is the division the member belongs to (ex. "MEDICAL DIVISION"). Crests and stars are placed on the left side of the jacket while the right has the member's name. Above the crest is the unit number that the member belongs to. The pants are simple black ones that have a single stripe down the sides in the member's division colour. Footwear is often durable boots meant to withstand combat situations while helping the wearer remain light on their feet.
Elite Hunters: Red (includes sergeants, lieutenants & the general)
The TRS facility's training center is not just meant for merely teaching students about terrors. For those who join during their Lorsette High School years are able to attend the classes they signed up for in the high school in the training center. However, professors at the training center will take the liberty of connecting some of the usual high school lessons with the information known about terrors when possible. For those who are still high school students, an extra hour is added to the school day for lessons about terrors and sometimes the learning is further extended if a mentor takes them out training or, for medical students, if they get taken down to the medical ward. Those who are completed their high school education will merely receive an hour long lesson about terrors. The Terror Response Syndicate does try and provide tutors for students who are falling behind or need assistance.
Mentoring plays a major part in the education of the students at the Terror Response Syndicate training center. After the initial testing is completed and the students passes through those starting courses, they will receive a mentor who will help them with hands on training. Mentors are meant to look out for those who are still in training. Depending on division, mentoring works in different ways.
Division Mentoring Info
Hunter Division: Occurs on field and in fights with terrors of smaller levels. Mentors here are expected to look out for their apprentice and make certain that they do not get badly injured. This is meant to ease hunter apprentices into fighting against the various types of terrors.
Medical Division: Occurs in the medical ward. For the most part, mentors in the medical division bring their apprentice along on daily routines and depending on type the jobs are different. Possible field medics oftentimes will help out with injured patients and learn how to treat wounds while future ward medics are trained in both injury care, sickness and generally tending to those who need assist until they get back to work. After some mentor training, field medics are given a field test to witness how they will react while on the battlefield. If they fail, they do not become a field medic.
Scouting Division: Occurs on the field. A scout's mentoring is more brief than the various other divisions. Usually, they are taught to use stealth, persuasion and various other investigation methods to get information. Scout mentoring tends to only take a few days since most training is taught within the classroom.
Dorms are provided for the students who are attending the Terror Response Syndicate training center. Student expected to keep their dorms tidy and to look after their meals if they miss cafeteria meals. Laundry is available in the dorms. Those who vandalize the dorms or abuse their rights by disrupting other students will be removed from the dorms entirely. There are two separate dormitories and students are sorted into their gender wing.
Within the TRS there are three different units that have their own hunting, medical and scouting teams. This is solely meant for organizational purposes to allow missions to run smoothly. Lieutenants, secondary nurses and deputies run the separate units and work together to make certain members are completing their duties. They also act as the representative of that specific their unit. Once mentoring starts is when an apprentice is assigned the unit they will join. Members may transfer into different units, but the transfer must be approved by division staff (general, head medic or master scout).
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