Goals: This guild is a joint force of friends that play together to accomplish goals in game to make your adventures more notable and satisfying. We are together to make new friends and enjoy the company of old ones. We gather together to achieve new heights; the game itself has many adventures that can be experienced and by being a team we can enjoy them all. This is a need before greed guild: if you can't use it, feel free to share it with others for a joint effort for crafting and raiding. A strong "pay it forward" idea is implied when you are the beneficiary of a gift from another player. Don't insist on returning the favor to a guildmate in the form of money or favors. Instead it is recommended that you shall try to assist another guild member when you have the opportunity to do so. We are a team, and if we work together, we can improve that team. Do not be afraid to set an example for other players in game by having a higher sense of pride in your guild and yourself. The Enclave will strive to accomplish, obtain, and understand every dungeon, instance, and quest from beginning to end sharing our knowledge with other members. You are never required to know what is to be done but try to remember how it was, so that you may at some point help a fellow member.
Social: This by all means is a social club with a common interest. Although there will be many kinds of players in the guild try to make yourself familiar with them. Try not to limit yourself to one set of friends in the guild. Favoritism is frowned upon although we all have our closer friends in the game that we group with on a casual level. There is no need to exclude someone because you do not know them. Theatrics are again frowned upon but a social group does not exist without them. If a problem arises, do your best to end it. If this does not work take it to an officer who will then mediate the situation in a group session to try and get things resolved. People will find that a day to cool off or sometimes just an open ear might just be the only thing that is needed to solve the problem. Take things with a grain of salt remember that text is often misunderstood and so is some one expressing an opinion over a microphone. Try and keep it decent, show respect for others in chat. Everyone has bad days, but don't take the game too seriously. Try not to use racial jokes or comments. Personal relationships can end up growing over time, and even become romantic. We ask that you keep intimate chat in tells or personal groups, do not let it effect your guild conduct.
Raiding: There will be scheduled events for raids through out the week. If you need one done for your character, please try and let an officer know when is best for you. Try to allow time for others to get the raid done too, it may take several runs to accommodate everyone. Unscheduled raids and runs are encouraged but check the calendar so it doesn't land on the same time as a scheduled run. Loot on runs will be sorted in the way the group/guild sees fit. Always keep in mind that whomever scheduled the run did so in advance, so be considerate to their needs. Raid success is always an issue. If a scheduled raid does not go down as planned, or fails, keep a positive attitude, and moral will stay high. There is no reason to not give it another go, except that people are just not having fun. A bad attitude can bring everyone down. Currently looking forward to raiding 2-3 nights a week.
PVP: Player vs. Player is a fun part of the game, although it is not for everyone. There will be at days that PvP guild events will occur. You may PvP at any time so do not feel limited to the guild PvP days. PvP is a useful tool in learning new ways to play your class, so PvP is encouraged. Join us in kicking some butt. If the PvP is a high interest in the guild we will adjust our raid/PvP balance to reflect. Currently we're looking at having 2-3 nights of guild PvP.
Game Play Conduct: There are some things in the game that I believe that this guild should rise above. The purchase of internet gold or items for real money is frowned upon. For your safety and the safety of this guild, we hope that you resort to other means. Money in game is too easy to acquire and many people in the guild might be willing to loan you money if the need is urgent. We will avoid using exploits, we don't wish anyone to be banned because of a violation of the EULA rules. Pick up groups (PuGs) are encouraged to meet new people and find new strategies for game play. Try and be respectful to other players, but by all means, if you feel uncomfortable with a group and what they are doing or how they are treating you, leave, let an officer know what happened so they can back you up if an issue comes up later. Harassment and spamming will not be tolerated. If someone does it to you, report them and let an officer know. An ignore will go a long way to nipping it in the bud.
Officers: Our leadership is by no means honorary. They are using their game time to conduct some work for you to have more fun. Our officers will be required to perform duties assigned to them. The guild members that are appointed officers should accept the fact that the guild comes first. These people are not just friends; you might often find they are very different people that show leadership qualities and dedication to the guild. So please understand their diversity in resolving situations. I warn you now, if you receive an officer nomination, you might be in for a lot of work that is necessary to keep the guild in top order. That being said please give officers that extra bit of courtesy because they may be busy working on something. Try an in game mail to their character that way they have time to read it and give their full attention to what you need. If there is an officer with a problem, it should be taken to the co-leader or leader so that they can make a final call. If a member has a problem with an officer it should be brought up to another officer. If a member doesn't feel comfortable discussing with officers, mail to co-leader or leader explaining what the problem is.
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