Forum Guild

Discussion in 'Guild Wars 2: Guild Recruitment' started by Xerran, Dec 23, 2011.

  1. Xerran

    Xerran Senior Member

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    Ever thought about making a Guild for this forum? I would support that...
     
  2. Unknown

    Unknown GW2PC Mod - Forever Unknown

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    We been thinking about this. If enough people want in i don't see why not.
     
  3. GamingOn

    GamingOn Active Member

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    I would want in on this. T_T.
    I think us having a guild would be cool.
    We could all play together online. :D
     
  4. Tjernstrom

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    Yeah a forum guild would be nice, but what would we call it?
     
  5. Xerran

    Xerran Senior Member

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    I was thinking to at least wait until Open Beta before putting up a name poll.
     
  6. Unknown

    Unknown GW2PC Mod - Forever Unknown

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    You guys can totally create a guild if you'd like & use these forums. However there is not much more we can do. If you got any ideas/request you can let me know. Sub-forum dedicated towards a guild is also possible & the leader(s) could also be given some power over the specific forum.
     
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  8. FatCheeseMan

    FatCheeseMan Active Member

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    Count me in!
     
  9. DonQuitto

    DonQuitto Well-Known Member

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    Sounds perfect :cool:
     
  10. Delvie

    Delvie Well-Known Member

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    Count me in. It would be great fun to get to know you all in game.

    Thankfully we can belong to multiple guilds cause I have already been hmmm what was the term they used? - Oh yeah I've somehow 'volunteered' to be the family guild leader - sheesh. Yes, there are like 14 people in the family or attached to the family that plan to buy GW2. I'm thinking that Arena Net needs to include an anonymous option just for me - lol :D
     
  11. Tak

    Tak Well-Known Member

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    I'm interested.... and yeah i got an angle here!

    WvWvW success will translate to benefits for your server of some sort. Even GW1 had server benefit or "favor of the gods" comes to mind, (requirement to get into higher level instances). If there is something like that then I would imagine hooking up with a crew that's doing homework even prior to game launch is a good start. We will have to research what others are doing out there from a shard (server) perspective. Also i have a lot of mature/skilled friends I've done MMOs with for years that we still hang out waiting on GW2. I would want to bring them along. We got a 60 person vent we sustain just for steam games, TOR, and RIFT. (again were all just waiting on GW2 for the most part).
     
  12. Xerran

    Xerran Senior Member

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    So that does it, we'll have to all join the same server. Hopefully they wont be sectioned off into regions. Just think, we can all take over keeps and areas under the GW2 PC banner, in WvWvW.
     
  13. DonQuitto

    DonQuitto Well-Known Member

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    i think that worries me is the high lag i will get from playing in US server. ( atleast i think most of you guys are from US or atleast at that side of the globe :p )
     
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