What is a guild on Wow?
Whats a guild on world of warcraft?
- LeoLv 57 years agoFavorite Answer
Guilds offer many benefits including free items, opportunities for groups, access to trade skill masters, quest items, and readily available trade skill ingredients through gathering guild members. You may discover that a guild greatly enhances your gameplay experience. You can meet friends, share adventures, and find people to protect you if you fight in faction versus faction combat. Typically, players in good guilds can go places and do things that players in poor guilds or no guild can't. This is especially the case at character levels 60-85, where the dungeons become very challenging.
Keep in mind that guilds are run by players and not Blizzard. The quality of the guild and the guild experience depends entirely on the players in that guild. Guilds can be a grab bag where you never know what you'll get. Every guild is different.
Finding a guild can be very easy. People often sit in town asking anyone to join their guild because guilds require a minimum number of members to create. However, finding a quality guild with quality members and leadership can be a difficult task. Don't be afraid to shop around. You can join one guild, try it out, then leave and join another guild until you find one you like.Source(s): http://www.wowwiki.com/Guild
- Thomas SLv 77 years ago
At its simplest a guild is a collection of players that share a private chat channel.
*Good* guilds also provide assistance to new players, organize large player events, offer custom items, and more.
- 4 years ago
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- Anonymous7 years ago
A group that gathers together to play certain aspects of the game. I'm sure others will explain this better.