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Labyrinthe Forum _ System Clarifications _ Closed Guilds

Posted by: MarkCox Sep 17 2010, 10:39 AM

Closed Guild Register:
“Closed Guilds” are those guilds, companies, federations, valdschwarts, adventuring parties that form a closed select group of members.
Even those unable to normally join Guilds, may be a member of a Closed Guild.

Companies may gain ‘guild items’ as published, i.e. from Guild Specials. Those items requiring 4+ Guild Members as normal.
A Closed Guild needs to register with the CMT via a Guild Submission Form.
A Closed Guild still needs to fit into one of the three guild categories.
A Closed Guild needs a nominated Guild Leader, up to 2 are allowed.
A register of members should be kept by the Guild Leader, and each member needs to be signed in on their character card by them.
A Closed Guild never has published guild benefits.


Mark Cox
GSM

Posted by: JulianW Sep 17 2010, 10:45 AM

- If you are battleboarding closed guild items, do you need to be battleboarding the guild in that slot?

- Do you need to be battleboarding the closed guild to count as one of the 4 people to allow others to benefit ? (e.g. I'm a monk / don't have use spirit item / don't really need +1 PAC the way my mates do but there are only 4 of us)


Julian

Posted by: MarkCox Sep 17 2010, 10:56 AM

QUOTE
Guild Items:
It is not possible to benefit from a Guild Item unless battleboarding that guild. Though you may still count towards the number of members present for its activation.
Monks, or similar Item Restricted characters etc may not use Guild Items, unless its an item type they may use. Though they still count towards the numbers required for activation.



The above is in Miscellaneous Meanderings

Posted by: dnsmantra Oct 9 2010, 11:52 AM

Is there somewhere to download a "guild submission form"?

Huw

Posted by: MarkCox Oct 9 2010, 10:01 PM

In the downloads sections...

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