Hello GamezBD community, this is a Social/Roleplaying Guild (Roleplaying most welcomed but not required), and as such we will not be focused on Gearscore or Skill or Level of our members since this is mainly a Social Guild and not a competitive guild, also there are no requirements of participation as in any particular time you have to be online or the number of days you can find time to play this game since this Guild is very aware about Real-Life and will ALWAYS put Real-Life ahead of gaming. However it can be quite difficult to find other Guildmembers online to begin with which is why we encourage you to join with a couple of friends so that you will always have someone else playing at the same time of day. Because this is a Social Guild the ONLY requirement we do have is to Answer Guild messages always, it should be quite simple to do Basic GamezBD rules, to improve the community and our guildmembers; 1. Try to be as helpful and respectful to other players in the Guild, as possible 2. To answer Guildchat messages as soon as you see them, no matter how trivial 3. Follow the server rules, Avoid Player Killing 4. A long-game mentality, Real-Life 1st always If these rules aren't too difficult for you to follow then you are most welcome to become part of this Guild, we will mainly be a PvE Guild and hangout together. Just want to add that this Guild is mainly for long-game minded players who aren't into being "elite players" you know the type (people who play for bragging rights, getting endgame gear the fastest possible way, or just to bother other players), also we will not be engaging in Nodewars/Guildwars for the moment, perhaps in the future with enough Guildmembers we will start focusing on PvP and doing more Guild related PvP stuff, however we will require a Veteran PvP player to become the PvP Officer, in charge of training guildies with the gear to be able to be part of it. You can join the Bloodhawks guild by contacting the Bloodhawks Family (/w Bloodhawks) or by replying to this thread with your main reason for joining and of course your Character/Family name. Have fun and be good out there fellow adventurers To new players and veterans reading this please consider carefully your choice of guild based on conversations made between you and the recruiter, it is not difficult to find out whether your style of playing the game fits in with their ideas on how to play the game. I am usually online for a couple of hours at a time however it is at different times of the day, generally speaking I am always online when I am online in the forum. We now also have a Discord Channel Invite for the Guild: Ha7zTUP *EDITED: This is a quote added to this first post, just in case there are players who do not read the whole thread: "Alright then...I am back to trying to restart my guild after an extended break. As usual most have left due to inactivity, but I am going to try to salvage the remains. This brings me to something quite obvious (at least for smart people), which is that a guild CANNOT be filled with active players when players leave it because of a LACK of active players. You see in order to make a guild active, you would simply HAVE to contend with the choice you have made, which is the guild description, and of course how the guild is run by the guild-leader. So if you like what the guild stands for, what its values are, and mostly how the guild-leadership treats its members, then by all means STAY in that guild until it is absolutely clear that the leadership has gone away for more than a whole month. That there aren't ANY guildmembers actively playing at all for more than a month, I mean that is not that much time when talking about this particular game, and if you haven't figured that out yet then you hopefully will soon enough The problem of course for me personally is that I utterly detest, have utmost contemt for, and truly abhore Mainstream-ideology, with extremely good reason, that unfortunately can only be learned if one tries to educate oneself, as in reading a bunch of history, as well as psycology, however there are some short-cuts, such as Documentaries made about subjects that reveal the basics of humankind. Now the thing that affects our community and game-world in this respect is that a lot of players will gravitate towards the already Big Guild out there, and they have a big following simply because they have no "standards" nor any enforced rules (I guess). So like a vacuum-cleaner they hover up all the players who do not have any preferences when it comes to Guilds in general, and because there are a lot of players there it feels like there is constantly something to keep up with, either in their website/discord/telegram-page, or on the in-game-guild-chat, or just offers for game-activities. Which is quite nice really, but I have NO idea about how the Big Guilds on our community are being managed, so I cannot say if they are rude, or if they allow toxicity, or if they are helpful towards new players without game-knowledge, if they just want to chat about this and that, or anything really, simply because I do not like being a part of a mob-crowd of mainstreamers in general, mainly because I feel like I have no control over what happens within it, only the leaders of the group tend to manipulate or herd it for their own benefits. Once again I am only speaking from a general sense of experience, since I do not know for sure about any of the Guilds on our community here on GamezBD. At least now players will have a much better sense of what kind of Guild my Guild is, and who its leader is. Now I think I need to clarify a couple of things; 1. Casual Guild does mean that there is no requirements for when you (nor I) HAVE to be online OR how much time we all spend on a mere computer-game. This means that there will be a lot of players AFKing, or just not playing in general, which of course means that it will seem as if the guild is not active at all. This is indeed a problem, however if you are thinking about joining my guild then you already know what it is like to play alone, I mean you MUST have done that at some point, so do not despair when you feel like you are all alone, that only makes the arrival of other guildies much more interesting and sociable 2. Guildmessages you HAVE to answer, no matter how trivial, when you finally are online actively, even if you will go away again after 5 minutes. It is just polite to answer people in your own guild, and if it were you who was asking or just saying "hello all", then you would also feel bad about your guildies just ignoring you. So in order to avoid any misunderstandings, I want my guildmembers to make room in their chat-window for the guild-chat so they can ALWAYS check if they have missed a message while playing, then immediately answer in the hopes that it is not too late for the other one to receive the answer. I need time away from gaming from time to time, as Real-Life is SO much more rewarding to actually live, instead of wasting it away while merely playing a computer-game, BUT I would very much like it if I could find some like-minded players, so that when I do play -for some extended periods of time- I can feel as if I have some Sociable and Intelligent Individuals with whom to play and enjoy an otherwise interesting game So please...if you find any of this (stark-raving-mad-ranting) message interesting, perhaps even something you could agree with -or at least in part- then you are more than welcome to help me revive my Guild, and even rise to become one of the Officers who will run things in my absense. *Edited: My Main AFK'ing Character is Sophiah...just in case you write me in-game and Sophiah doesn't answer your message...it is because when she is online, I am not "