Tai-shu (Warlord) The top executive of House Jurai. This rank manages the direction of HJ as a whole, and deals with issues that come up both internally and externally. This ranks speaks for HJ alone, unless leave to do so is specifically granted to another high ranking Juraian.
Tai-sho (General) The highest level of senior officer reserved only for experienced, trusted members who would fill the role of Warlord if there was such a need. Typically needs to be an experienced game lead with extra duties, or infolord, or an ex-Warlord.
Chu-jo (Lt General) Senior officer rank for successful veteran game leads entrusted with significant additional roles within Jurai.
Sho-jo (Brigadier) Senior officer rank for experienced game leads entrusted with additional roles within Jurai.
Tai-sa (Colonel) Probationary senior officer rank for game leads entrusted with additional roles within Jurai.
Chu-sa (Lt Colonel) Highest junior officer rank for successful veteran game leads with many years of experience.
Sho-sa (Major) Rank for experienced, journeyman game leads.
Tai-i (Captain) Mid-Officer rank for new game leads.
Chu-i (1st Lieutenant) The second junior officer rank for experienced and successful game assists.
Sho-i (2nd Lieutenant) First junior officer rank bestowed on new game assists.
Jun-i (Warrant Officer) Rank bestowed on probationary officers while they train for their positions or those showing potential for future leadership positions.
Sho-ko (Sergeant Major) Veteran rank of enlisted soldierly granted to active, long standing members who have permanent jobs in game but do not hold a specific Role. Also granted to those former Senior Officers no longer in leadership roles.
Shujin (Master Sergeant) Senior enlisted rank for long standing, active members who are tasked by leaders on a regular basis. Expected to be heavily involved with gaming and community. Also granted to those former Junior Officers no longer in leadership roles.
Gunsho (Sergeant) Third promotion for members who have shown themselves long standing and active members who add value to Jurai in game and community. Also the lowest rank needed to qualify for a Samurai Family.
Go-cho (Corporal) Second promotion for members how have proven themselves active, valued members of Jurai.
Gunjin (Lance Corporal) First promotion for playing well, fairly, and working well with others in the House.
Heishi (Private) Basic rank once a full Juraian membership confirmed.
Recruit Starting Rank for probationary members looking to become a full Juraian.
Community Member Retired, Non-Gaming, or only casual gaming Juraians.
Ambassador Members of other units working with HJ who need access to forums and other open details.