These guilds induct one character at a time. Every new character from the same player will need to go through the application process. This is a good choice for RP guilds, or any guilds that have race, alignment, class or any other specific requirement of the sort. Players are often only allowed to join one Character-Admitted guild per character.
Therefore, if you are part of a Character-Admitted guild named X, you cannot join the other Character-Admitted guild named Y with the same character. To join guild Y, you will need to make a new character.
In this guild class, the entire player account is given access to the guild once approved by the guild founder. This is good for guilds that wish to have more dedicated members, to a certain extent. Players admitted into Account-based guilds are often only allowed to join one guild of that class. Members of Account-Admitted guilds are often able to still join Character-Admitted guilds.
So to put this all into perspective, lets give a full example. There are 4 guilds.
- Guild A (Account-Admitted)
- Guild B (Account-Admitted)
- Guild X (Character-Admitted)
- Guild Y (Character Admitted)
The player then tries to join Guild X. He meets the guild requirements and therefore is allowed to join. He is only given access to Guild X with his character named Joe.
The player now tries to join the Guild Y with his character Joe. Since his character is already in Guild X, the founder of Guild Y refuses to induct him. The player starts a new character named Jack and applies for Guild Y. His character Jack is accepted into the guild.
So in other words, Jack has access to Guild A and Guild Y. Joe has access to Guild A and Guild X.
- If you want your own forum section for your guild ask an admin and we can put one up.
- It is highly recommended that you maintain a list of your guild members on the forums for all to see.
- It is highly recommended that you maintain a thread with all rules and details behind the admission process for your guild.