What’s in a guild?

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  1. Rob says:

    Speaking of EQ2 guilds, I have been playing a couple of characters on Antonia Bayle lately and if your guild on that server wouldn’t mind another filthy ranger in the guild chat, I sure could use some friendly company.

    I have also been playing EVE lately as well. Well, I use the term “playing” lightly since I usually just log in, set up my skill queue and log out. However, one day I will have some free time and jump right in. :)

    You may know this, but I didn’t: If you are doing the tutorial missions and you bring up the chat window, that quest is offered. You have a limited time to accept and complete the quest or it is gone forever. I was recently working through the combat tutorial and made it to mission 8 of 10. I got sidetracked ( damn you EQ2! ) and forgot about it. 7 days later I get a nasty gram from the mission giver basically telling me to go away. Now I can’t finish the tutorial. It is not a game breaker by any means, but it totally derailed my expected path of progression. Plus I was getting neat items and money from those tutorial missions.

    Anyway, good to keep in mind. :)

  2. Akely says:

    What’s in a Guild?

    People. No, seriously. I (and the other Guild Leader in our EQ2 Guild) run it like it is a container for players to put their characters in. So in affect is very much like a social club, and not a virtual organization. Every character a player has have the same rank, every player always have the same function in the Guild. This do not apply when and if a player do not want it. Say for instance that I sometimes do not want to be a Guild leader, I do not want the burden of it. Then I can have another character that is not Guild leader, Guild Banker and Coordinator. Just a regular member. Not that it ever happens, it’s just an example. :)

    I can’t really see myself having characters not in Pack Rats. I’m mainly in the game to play with my friends, and they’re all there. Why go elsewhere? Some of the others do, but even when they do they’re mostly in our Guild-chat anyway. Grass is greener, to some extent, I suppose.

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