We are a very help oriented guild and expect those that join us to help out in the guild and alliance as much as possible. Never be afraid to ask questions in /gu or /as, if we cannot provide the answer we will do our best to find one.
We have few rules but expect all to use their common sense and be able to figure out right from wrong lol.
1. Never disrespect or cause defamation of character to any guild or alliance mate, it there is an issue that needs to be handled take it to tells or officers and GMs of the guilds.
2. The alliance has a Call to Arms that can be issued by ANY GM or respective officer in the alliance. What said CtA entails is this if you are online and NOT involved in a raid that you cannot break away from (aka you leaving would hurt and or destroy said raid) you are WANTED and EXPECTED to come out and defend the relics. CtA will ONLY be issued if we had relics in danger and as soon as our realm is stabilized the CtA will end.
3. Guild, Alliance chat, and Vent needs to stay PG-13 when at all possible because there are several children that play and get into vent. (aka just be aware if and when young kids and such are around if all those in group and or in vent are mature then it is understood chat can get more grown up)
4. We will not accept spamming in any of our chats and begging is frowned on. If you need help by all means ask even ask a couple times, but we do NOT want our chat cluttered with spam.
Your GM's are...
Gabriel ( Shadownexous, Killerbluebunny, Bluesquirrelywrath,)
Peggy ( Killerpurplebunny, Misstery, Pegster, Peggles, any toon with peg something)
Jason (Och, and any toon in the guild with Och in front of it lol).
We look forward to growing and getting to know everyone and thank you for supporting our guild. See you all in game take care have fun and good luck to you all :-)
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The Tuatha Dé Danann are thought to derive from the pre-Christian deities of Ireland. When the surviving stories were written, Ireland had been Christian
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