Welcome good sirs and ladies to the Royal Telosian Navy! We are the naval branch of the Royal Telosian Military, and serve the Telosian Empire. If you wish to join up and serve The Crown, pour yourself a cup of tea, hop in to a dreadnought, and sail in to the nearest Telosian port to fill out the application below! Cheerio!

Flag of Telos

National flag, of the Telosian Empire


Naval Officers

  • Rear Admiral "T"

Government Officials

  • Minister of Finance
  • MP
  • MP
  • MP
  • MP

Other Military Officials


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Unprecedented era of Peace. Literally no conflict has happened! It’s as if the forces behind all our conflicts left and abandoned us... But of course that’s a silly notion... ‘’We’re so bloody bored here at the MOD...’’

How to Join

First off, put a kettle on for tea, next, fill out this application, finally, enjoy the tea you've just brewed yourself!

  • What branches will you join? Will you just be joining the navy, or will you be joining others as well? There's also the marines, army, and air corps, you can also join the Telosian Parliament.
  • What are your characters' names? Please list names for your characters in all branches.
  • What kind of ships do you plan to bring? Will they be mighty dreadnoughts, graceful cruisers, stealthy submarines, or wicked fast torpedo boats?
  • Why do you wish to join and serve The Crown?
  • Will you be courteous and respectful to your fellow officers (other members)?
  • Do you pledge yourself to serve faithfully The Crown, obey orders, remain steady in the face of danger, and conduct yourself at all times as both an officer and a gentleman?

Rules and Doctrines

  • Obey all wiki rules here.
  • Treat your fellow officers with respect and courtesy. Our characters are generally based on the Brits, so acting like them is encouraged.
  • No meme type behavior or anything like that. Keep your in universe behavior serious/believable.
  • Our policy regarding scrapping is as follows. Only the user who built a ship may scrap said ship. However, the First Sea Lord reserves the right to veto further production of a class.

Ship Doctrine

  • Try and keep to a fairly common build style. Ships should have a mainly British look and feel. American design influences are acceptable, but not encouraged. (American carrier build styles are so pervasive that it seems generic)
  • Warship weapon doctrine focuses primarily on big guns, with a fairly homogenous secondary and air defense batteries with a few dominant calibers making up each category. So called "secondary spam" is discouraged, as it can be disruptive to a ship's look and seaworthiness, and isn't really the "Telosian style." If a secondary battery must be powerful, a few large guns is better than many small guns for a cleaner look.
  • Carriers, while important, are secondary in importance to the surface fleet. It is also desirable that they follow an appearance more in line with British design rather than American design. Clones of the Nimitz class get rather boring.
  • A fairly conventional dreadnought style layout is preferred for battleships. It is also strongly recommended that main guns be spread out along the hull, rather than clustered at the extreme ends of the ship.
  • We aren't too particular about cruisers, though an overtly Japanese design is discouraged.
  • Naming conventions, English names are preferred, however non-English names may also be used. Something vaguely British is preferred. Greek, Roman, and Norse mythology may also be used for names. Battleships should preferably receive "strong" names. Names contrary to Telosia's political/economic ideals are strongly discouraged, no communism or naziism related names, please.

Tactical Doctrine

Our main tactical and strategies are based loosely on the teaching of the American strategist Alfred Mahan. Whilst commerce protection and raiding are important, command of the seas by means of defeating the enemy fleet is the primary goal of the Navy. To that end:

  • Battleships, and to a lesser extent battlecruisers and carriers, are the primary combatants. They are expected to cause harm to the enemy with their big guns, resist the returning fire, and gain overall control of the seas in their area.
  • Carriers, cruisers, and other smaller craft have the duty to support the big gun capital ships in their actions. Cruisers, destroyers, and submarines screen the capital ships, defending them from air and surface attack. They may also conduct offensive operations, harassing enemy capital ships and eliminating the enemy's escort ships. Aircraft primarily are used to screen the fleet from air attack, with gaining and keeping air superiority above the fleet of utmost importance.
  • Carrier strike groups are exceptions to the above, wherein smaller battleships may also take on the escort role to protect carriers from surface attack.
  • The fleet is typically split in two main bodies, the Grand Fleet, and the Home Fleet. Both bodies have their own subdivisions, and some common sub-branches operate with both bodies, including the Fleet Air Arm. The Grand Fleet is the main offensive branch, and consists of multiple battleship and battlecruiser squadrons. Several carrier groups may also accompany these battleship groups. The Home Fleet is the main defensive force of the Navy. It is composed of a mixture of older, possibly obsolescent battleships, and purpose built heavily armored ships able to stand in battle longer than other ships, at the expense of range and speed. If the Grand Fleet is present? They will fight in conjunction, however the main importance of the Home Fleet is defending Telosia and her colonies when the Grand Fleet is away, or incapacitated.
  • Amphibious operations are to be conducted with support by the navy. Preferably, they will take place after the Grand Fleet has gained control of the seas in the area. However, invasions, or feigned invasions, may be used to draw out the enemy fleet.


This is the section where we represent the equipment used by our other military branches.



RAC Jack

Armored Vehicles


Army Jack


Landing Craft

The Fleet


Naval Jack

The very fabric of the navy, our reason to exist. All ships are to have the prefix of HMTS (His Majesty's Telosian Ship), and it is preferred that a pattern of the flag be painted on ships' decks to aid in visual identification.




Aircraft Carriers



Corvettes, Frigates, and Light Craft


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