Welcome to Legion of Honor
Who We Are
A home for young and mature gamers, including those who are current and former Armed Forces members
from Europe, Africa, North and South America, Australia and New Zealand
The Legion of Honor is an online video game community for mature gamers looking to play with like-minded individuals in a strategic and respectful manner. Home to gamers who put family first above all else, our Roman theme and structure help us to adhere to a chain of command similar to that of the military. Most of our members are current and former military that play video games for fun while enjoying organized teamwork, emphasizing tactics and communication.
The Legion welcomes gamers of all types: beginners, experienced gamers looking for a solid group of people to play with on a regular basis, and competitive professional gamers. Our different group types are sure to tailor to your specific gaming style. We do not demand any trials or tests upon acceptance of admission but do ask that you form up with some of our experienced citizens in order to familiarize yourself with the Legion and its members.
We host inter-clan tournaments, community events and game nights. Our forums and online chat area are a great place to meet and interact with other members. Our news section will keep you up to date on Legion of Honor activities and announcements, as well as gaming-related news and events.
Once registered, an administrator will approve your account. If you do not see an approval email in 24hrs with the email you registered with, please check your Junk/Spam folder.
At Legion of Honor, you will be a part of a select group of mature, like minded gamers who know what it truly means to be part of a team and how fun means everything.
Supported Game Franchises
Call of Duty WWII
Rainbow Six Siege
Actively Participated In Competitive Game Sites
Legionnaire's Honor Code
The families and personal lives of our Legionnaires will always come first.
The Legion believes in maturity and respect in gaming, and seeks to recruit individuals who share that belief.
Legionnaires shall not dishonor the Legion by utilizing glitches, hacks, or cheats on the battlefield.
Above all else, the Legion is a family. As such, Legionnaires shall treat each other with the respect we all deserve.
Moonlighting is strictly prohibited. Our Legionnaires cannot play in or for a clan that supports the same games we do.
The Legion neither participates in nor encourages trash talking. Our skills and conduct serve as our voice.
All Legionnaires must abide by the Honor Code both on and off the battlefield. We represent the Legion at all times.
Group Assignment within a Legion
Once you complete your Citizen Training you will be assigned to a Group in the specific Legion you requested upon registering on the site. The primary function of your Group is to conduct weekly practices to ensure battle-readiness at all times. Most groups are small (up to 11 members) tight-knit units of individuals who develop tactics, strategies, and online gaming experiences together, often forming a bond with other group members.
All Legionnaires are expected to possess and maintain a working microphone for in-game use. All forms of communication (text, voice, etc.) must be respectful and courteous to fellow Legionnaires and non-Legion players. Legionnaires are expected to maintain proper communications both in-game and on the Legion of Honor site. Legionnaires must not spam the site with advertisements or objectionable material.
Eight High Council members founded the Legion of Honor. Though they all came from various backgrounds and walks of life they all shared the same principles and ideals on which this community was founded.