Vanguard: Founding a Pre-Release Guild

Building a Winner: Founding a Pre-Release Guild Many guilds are beginning to amass their forces in preparation for the release of Vanguard: Saga of Heroes this winter. Among the up-and-coming guilds, Reverence Ire has earned some recognition, so much so that Vanguard developers have attended their Ventrilo chats. But how does one go about building a successful pre-release guild? Thuvia has provided some stepping stones to guild success, using her own guild, Reverenced Ire, as an example. Read her article to uncover the secrets! "A successful guild has dedicated leadership, not just on the part of the guild leader, but also of the officers or council members. Officers of a successful guild have to be dedicated and loyal, as well as discreet and diplomatic. A good officer can (and often does) put his or her personal feelings and expectations aside and will act in the best interests of the guild. It's also important that the guild not be run like an abusive garrison." Keep reading to learn more about Thuvia's thoughts on building a better guild. Do you have a guild? Thinking of making one? Or just tired of bad guilds? Stop by the forums at Vanguard Ten Ton Hammer and share your experiences with us.

Building a Winner: Founding a Pre-Release Guild

Many guilds are beginning to amass their forces in preparation for the release of Vanguard: Saga of Heroes this winter. Among the up-and-coming guilds, Reverence Ire has earned some recognition, so much so that Vanguard developers have attended their Ventrilo chats. But how does one go about building a successful pre-release guild? Thuvia has provided some stepping stones to guild success, using her own guild, Reverenced Ire, as an example. Read her article to uncover the secrets!

"A successful guild has dedicated leadership, not just on the part of the guild leader, but also of the officers or council members. Officers of a successful guild have to be dedicated and loyal, as well as discreet and diplomatic. A good officer can (and often does) put his or her personal feelings and expectations aside and will act in the best interests of the guild. It's also important that the guild not be run like an abusive garrison."

Keep reading to learn more about Thuvia's thoughts on building a better guild. Do you have a guild? Thinking of making one? Or just tired of bad guilds? Stop by the forums at Vanguard Ten Ton Hammer and share your experiences with us.

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