Guild members and recruits should have a good understanding of the English language.
Never act out-of-character in /say or /yell channels, unless specifically in private with other willing guild members. If strangers can see it, its wrong.
Treat other players with respect. This includes stuff like not making suggestive comments, respecting chosen pronouns, being mature and generally maintaining our good reputation.
If you need to correct a misspelled word or phrase, do it In Character. Ex: If you say, "Were was that?" Simply say, In Character, "Where, even." or "Where, I mean." Do not have extended conversations in brackets.
Must uphold the name of the guild through quality roleplay. Don't be afraid to ask for help if you need it!
Must wear a uniform at all times when attending in-character events with the guild.
Must be active.
Must understand and obey the hierarchy of the guild, and adhere to the strict military setting we have created. (Understand that we are laid back on certain things, but when it's time to be serious, be serious.)
Do not /spit at enemy players. However, you may spit on the ground to show your disgust.
Follow the RP-PvP rules of engagement.
Non-officers are limited to three characters total, AKA one “main” and two alts
Your character name cannot be an exact copy of important (officers will decide what qualifies as “important”) lore characters or characters from fiction. Ex: “Bilbo Baggins” is not allowed, but “Bilbo Stonebraid” would be fine.
Try to keep debates involving politics or religion to a minimum - Some discussion can be fun and interesting, but sometimes theres just no common ground to be found. Take it to DMs if it’s just you and the other person completely taking over a channel.
|Water Speaker Morudkai Snowbeard||1 week, 5 days ago|
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|Syta Ironbellows||2 years, 1 month ago|
As the war against the vile Naga drags on The Council of Three Hammers expresses their gratitude to the service-dwarves who fought in recent battles with Naga forces, and calls for a moment of silence at sunset to remember the 18 dwarves who laid down their lives. Wreaths will be laid at the Pit of Coals in the Ironforge Military District on Thursday.