Here’s what we can figure out thus far.

  • Guilds can be created after players reach level 10. (See “Create A Guild” section below.)
  • Guilds level up to 15.
  • Guilds level up due to guild member activities (PVP, PVE, etc.). (See “Guild Influence/Leveling” section below.)
  • Guilds have a banner/icon next to the guild name above player’s charact
  • Guild level dictates member caps for that guild. (See “Guild Levels and Member Caps” section below.)
  • After leaving a guild, you have to wait 24 hours before joining another guild.
  • As with all MMOs, guilds have their own guild chat.

Create A Guild

  • Must be level 10+.
  • Just be in a party of 3 where you are all level 10+.
  • It costs 10 silver to create.
  • You cannot be in a guild currently.
  • You cannot have left a guild within the past 24 hours.
  • You cannot have been kicked from a guild within the past 72 hours.
  • You cannot reuse a guild name that’s been disbanded in the past 15 days.
  • Talk with the guild NPC vendor and form your guild in each faction’s capital city.

Guild Influence/Leveling

  • Honor (PVP)
  • Adventure scores (PVP somehow. Dungeons?)
  • Exploration scores (not sure).

Those combine to form the guild’s influence. The amount of contribution each player can provide is capped daily and resets at 4:00 AM (Korean time) daily.

Guild Levels and Member Caps

NOTE: It appears the formula is now Guild Level * 10 = cap.

Guild Level 1 = 10 character cap
Guild Level 2 = 20 character cap

Guild UI Frames

Primary Guild Information includes:

  • Guild Level
  • Amount of xp earned toward next Guild Level.
  • Who the GM is (SHOULD NEVER HAVE BEEN NITO!) *shakes fists*
  • Total # of Guild Members.
  • Total influence earned by guild.
  • Governance score.
  • Guild notes are in the lower half.

Guild Roster frame shows:

  • Guild member
  • Member level
  • Member class
  • Member rank
  • Member location

Guild Management window. This is the Application/Join list. You can approve applications for membership on this tab. This frame shows:

  • Applicant’s name
  • Applicant’s level
  • Applicant’s class
  • (Not sure)
  • Message from applicant

Guild Ranks

  • Each guild can use up to 5 different ranks by default, though it appears you can add more positions (only GM can do this).
  • I’m assuming the “Authority” button can be used by the GM to then set permissions for each of the ranks.


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.