I was thinking a Group feature could be added to EMC, where members could create Groups, similar to Factions on other servers except without PvP. Groups could be created as a means of distributing wealth and goods to a club, to formalize the creation of a business or clan, or simply to give a group of people an identity.Commands would be as follows:/group (or also /g, /g h, /group help, /g help, /g ?, /group ?, /group h) - Shows the list of commands./group [command] ? (also /g [command] ?, /g [command] h, /g [command] help and so on) - Shows info on a specific command./g create [name] - Creates a new group./g list - Lists all groups in order of Power, a ratio compiled by TEXP, total trophy point and posts on the forums, total group wealth and number of members./g show [group name] - Shows info on a certain group./g power [playername] - Shows either another player's power or your own power if no player is specified. Personal power is compiled by individual TEXP, trophy points etc./g join [groupname] - Joins a group, invites may be required./g leave [groupname] - Leaves a group. If you're the leader, you will be denied until you pass the leadership to someone else or disband the group./ch g Join group chat, I believe it should work in the Wild and Nether./g d [description] - Allows you to change group's description./g sh - Sets home at current coordinate, cannot be done outside a group member's residence, if this is done on another group member's residence, they must approve it with /g homeapprove/g rename [newname] - Renames the group./g open - Makes group joinable without invites, and toggles this off./g invite - Invites player to group. If not in a group, this shows the invites you've received./g deinvite - Removes a pending invite./res gset [flag] [status] - Allows you to set residence permissions to the group you're in./g title - Allows you to give a lesser rank an honorary title, should you have permissions./g rankset [number] [name] - Allows you to appoint a rank to someone. All users with a rank of 1 get complete control over the group, all users with a rank of 2 are by default an officer of the group, all users with 3 and below are regulars./g rankname [number] [name] - Assigns a certain rank number a name for ease of assignment of rank perms./g rset [ranknumber or rankname] [flagname] [true, false, remove] - Assigns a flag to a rank. Flags include invite, title, designate (giving someone else a rank), permission, kick, autodist, vaultdist, bankwithdraw, vaultwithdraw, taxcall, docs, relations and maybe more./g rank /g bank - Shows the rupee balance of Group Bank./g b deposit [rupeenumber] - Deposits money into the Group Bank./g b withdraw [rupeenumber] - Withdraws money from the Group Bank./g vaultd - Opens a /vault-style interface allowing one to put items into the Group Bank./g vault - Opens a /vault-style interface allowing one to deposit and withdraw items from the Group Bank./g b autodist [rupeenumber] [frequency (how often the bank distributes money, in hours)] - Sets Group Bank autodistribution, setting how much is to be distributed among all members and how often./g b autodistrank [rupeenumber] [frequency] [ranks (seperated by commas)] - Sets Group Bank autodistribution, setting how much is to be distributed among which ranks and how often./g b autodistrankq [rupeenumber] [frequency] [rank (all ranks above this rank will receive distribution] - A quicker way of setting autodistribution, where all ranks above a specified rank will have money distributed to them./g b autodistclass [rupeenumber] [frequency] [top/bottom] [percentile (number between 1 and 100] - Sets autodistribution among a percentile (e.g. the bottom 10% or the top 30%)./g b autodist list - List of autodistribution programs the Group Bank is running./g b autodist clear - Clear all autodistribution programs./g b autodist stop [id] - Stop an autodist program with its ID, specified in the Autodist List./g b vaultdist [itemid] [total quantity] [frequency] - Allows items to be distributed from the Group Vault. Should have similar commands to the autodistribution system./g b tax [rupeenumber] [frequency] - Removes money from players, depositing it into the Group Bank. It is impossible for one to create a tax program on their own, prompting the command will ask all members to vote, and a two-thirds majority is required to put the program into action. Similar commands to the autodist program may be used here./g b equalize [frequency] - Distributes the wealth so everyone in the group has the same amount of money every time an equalization is done. Useful for socialist systems./g b gtransfer [groupname] [rupeenumber] - Allows money transfer from one group to another./g absorb - Dissolves another group and gains its assets and members. Both groups need a two-thirds majority vote to agree./g constit - Makes one group operate as a constituent of another, as in a federation. Both groups need a two-thirds majority to agree to this. After the constituent has been designated, the controlling group may propose perms for the constituent using /g cset [constituentname] [systemautonomy] [true, false, remove] to instruct the devolved constituency what it can control and what is directly ruled by the controlling constituency. Again, for any intergroup moves, there must be a two-thirds majority vote on each side./g doc create [name] - Turns off chat and allows you to write a group document through chat. Each sentence you write is saved into the document./g doc finish - Stop writing a document you are currently writing and turn on chat again./g doc edit [name] - Edit a current doc./g doc list - List of group docs./g doc view [name] [pagenumber] - View a document in the group and see each page. Chat is turned off.I'm thinking this could maybe be interweaved with the new system where Dragon Eggs are used to claim Wild land, what do you guys think?