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10/18/14, 02:33 PM   #1
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guild medieval NA DC

guild medieval is recruiting check us out at guildmedieval.com our guild has members active in other games as well. so give us a look
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11/24/14, 03:59 AM   #2
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Guild Medieval

Guild Medieval was founded in 2001 as a haven for Diablo 2 players wishing to play in a mature, safe environment free of hacks and obnoxious behavior. We have since branched out to D3, DDO, Neverwinter, PoE and Tera and are currently looking to grow our ranks within Elder Scrolls Online.

We are family-friendly, helpful, and courteous. Thematically, we are built around the idea of feudal kingdoms and orders of knights with a strong code of conduct. Many of our members form friendships that last beyond the games we play (some have even gotten married). We encourage fair play, courtesy, and camaraderie, with players both in-guild and out.

Guild Medieval is foremost a community of like-minded people who happen to like playing online games together. We are only concerned about the person behind the keyboard, and not your gear or accomplishments. When joining us, you join our community which means interacting with members on our forums and not just in-game. We are always recruiting, and our requirements are strict.
  • No Profanity.
  • No Harassment.
  • No Sexism/Racism/Bigotry.
  • No Hacks.
  • No Cheating.

Register on our forum to see our full list of rules and policies, and fill out the application. All serious applications are considered and replied toĖthis means filling out the reason for joining with more than just a couple sentences. Responses are usually within 48 hours. Check back for PMs on our forums regarding your application. Applications with little information, poor grammar, or generally showing a lack of earnestness will not be considered.

To reiterate, we are highly selective. We are a guild of friends, and itís hard to make new friends with someone who doesnít make an effort in an introduction. Showing us you want to belong and value the same things we do will go a long way in your application. Your application is viewable by any member, so keep in mind that this is how you are presenting yourself to the guild.

Please use this thread for any questions you may have.

Q&A Section
Q: What Alliance do you play?
We are primarily Daggerfall Covenant, though we do have players who belong to other factions and players with alts on other factions. Guild Events will usually be arranged with Daggerfall in mind.

Q: Are there playtime requirements?
None at all. Play as much as you like. Even if you quit ESO, our forums are open to you (given that you have become a knightĖa full and permanent member of the guild).

Q: What time zones do you play in?
Guild Medieval is international, with members split about evenly between the Americas and Europe, and with a good representation from Australia and East Asia. Peak times tend to be evenings for both US and EU, but there are usually a few members on at all times.

Q: Is Vent/Mumble required?
No. Though it is useful when dungeoning or during guild events (even if its just to listen,) it is by no means enforced. Some members have hearing difficulties or just donít like using it. Some have to have it off for household considerations. You will need to communicate by text chat though.

Q: Is it required to use the guild forums?
Yes! We are first and foremost an online community, one that happens to play games together. You do not have to be a posting maniac, but you do have to show that you can and will participate.

Q: Itís okay to swear and talk about ďadultĒ topics, right?
Well, no. When we say ďmatureĒ we also mean having the ability to keep polite company. We are family-friendly, meaning we keep things we donít want our children hearing out of our guild gaming. You can swear to your heartís content with your mic off, but we keep our forums and chat clean.

Q: What are your age requirements?
Under 16 we take some consideration. Otherwise age is not a factor. As long as you are mature in thought and action, thatís enough. We also have a special ďPageĒ rank for younger children of members.

Q: What does your guild provide to its members?
A safe and friendly gaming environment. Thatís all. We get you away from griefers, cheaters, the dishonest, and the people you just donít want to be around. We have lots of nice members who gladly share loot and will help you in many and various ways, but none of that is guaranteed. A lot of what you get out is what you put in. Share and be helpful, and youíll see it come right back to you.

Q: How skilled/experienced do I have to be to join?
Skill and experience are not factors in joining or becoming full members of Guild Medieval. We have very skilled players and players that are still learning the game. We are only concerned about the person in front of the screen. If you have the qualities we share that make you a good person, and not necessarily a good player, we will be happy to have you.

Q: I put in an application but didnít hear back. Was I not accepted? What should I do?
Remember that communications are handled through our website. After you apply, you do need to check back on the site, especially to see if you have received any Personal Messages (PMs). Also check your spam folder since we do send e-mail by default when you receive a PM, post in open forum we have for waiting applicants, reply to this thread, or speak to me personally. Once you are accepted, youíll have a rank of ďSquireĒ and will be able to view the rest of our forums. Check our site even if you did not receive a welcome letter by e-mail.

Q: I put in an application but I didnít get any e-mails or PMs, and I canít even log into the site anymore. What happened?
You were either outright rejected, or we attempted to contact you via PM on our site and you did not reply within a week. See above about how selective we are. Things that will get your application rejected:

Breaking rules in your application like swearing (yes, even acronyms and replacing letters with stars), or giving graphic examples of derogatory behavior you have encountered elsewhere. We already know it is out there so we donít need specific examples of horrible things said to you or witnessed. Your application is publicly viewable, so we cannot allow those examples in the applications. Keep your application instead positive and focused on how you and Guild Medieval will be a good match.
Applying with a forum, account, or character name that breaks our rules. We get a surprising number of these despite detailing what is not allowed in our rules. Check your names over. Do any of them break the rules that you agreed to before filling out the application, or could they be interpreted a way you didnít intend?
Only writing a couple sentences or telling nothing of substance about yourself. Your gaming history is fine to list (we actually have a separate place for it on your profile once your account is created), but it could belong to anyone. What is it about you that will make our members want to know you?
Poor spelling and grammar. We donít expect perfection, and understand difficulties especially if your first language isnít English, but we do expect your best effort. Communication is very important in online games, and if your application gives a headache to someone trying to decipher it, it will not be considered.

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12/03/14, 05:40 AM   #3
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Guild Medieval are still seeking friendly, like minded players
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12/13/14, 04:47 PM   #4
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We're always looking to make new friends. Come give us a try
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01/11/15, 06:43 AM   #5
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We're still recruiting - come visit us today.

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