As a member of the Dragonhearted, players are awarded the rank of "Knight." Knights of the Dragonhearted are expected to uphold the six tenets of the Guild as they go about their daily business, but are not required to house themselves within the home town of Fort Dragonheart or dedicate themselves solely to Guild business. Instead, after some deliberation I've thought about how best Knights of the Guild should contribute to the Guild's aims.
Upon becoming a Knight, members should make it their business to identify and propose a village that should be incorporated under the Dragonhearted's protection. Once approved, the Knight has sole authority on how best to defend, enhance, and light the village, according to certain guidelines. Upon being assigned to a village, the Knight may propose a name for the village, and gains the title of Protector for that specific village. For example, because I have been working first to protect the village of Pumba Valley, my official title would proceed as Knight-Commander Tex, Protector of Pumba Valley.
Protectors have complete artistic authority over the village, and as long as the defenses built follow proper guidelines, they can be built however the Protector sees fit.