Servico de eTutorado
Created on July 3rd 2009 as a privatization of the Sistema de eTutorado (eTutoring System) run by ePortuguese Government, Servico de eTutorado (eTutoring Service), also known as SeT, was an organization devoted to help ePortuguese new citizens to fit in the New World.
The SeT had a special agreement with the Government, who gave/traded money, gifts or Q1 Houses, effectively helping the citizens of tomorrow.
It had also one important and delicate rule to the teachers, upholded dutifully by the administrators: DO NOT influence in ANY way the political decision of the student
Comprised of voluntary citizens who devote their time to teach and guide rookies, this organization follows a piramidal scheme with 3 administrators, an ever-growing number of Teachers and Students.
The Administrator was an eLife-long role, chosen by ePortuguese citizens through vote.
They effectively run the Service, accepting Mentors, attributing Pupils (Students), updating ePortuguese citizens and organizing lotteries and other sorts of games to raise money used primarily to buy gifts used to reward the successful integration and activeness of the rookie within the community.
|Julio de Matos|
If the administrators were the cogs of the SeT system, tutors were the fuel to make them run.
They are volunteers, who are willing to spend their time to teach new citizens how the game works, its politics, portuguese and foreign situation and their lifestyle. The kind of stuff not found on any FAQs or Tutorials.
Any tutor could choose how many students he/she wants to handle.
They were the reason SeT exists. Its whole existence was to educate the new citizens into the New World ways and its whole duty was to them.
eRepublik was a very simple, yet very complex game, and they're completely lost like a freaking candle in the freaking illuminati wind of wars, alliances, politics, presidents, ways, rules, and their Mentors are their express boat out of oblivion
The future is right here, trying to learn and crying for help.
Guiding the future of the New World, this kind of help is never enough.