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panthershinobi
04-30-2009, 01:00 AM
I've been playing MMOs for quite some time and started playing AD&D when I was a kid. I've got a toon that's level two and another that is almost level 2. Paladin and cleric, respectively. I'm looking for a guild that's active in my level range who could provide leveling partners/friends so that I get the actual MASSIVELY MULTIPLAYER part of the acronym. I like the way the game plays, I just would play NWN if I wanted a single player experience. XD

I play Athiest... and before anyone says anything, I know that is misspelled. Anyway, any guilds interested in an almost 29 player who enjoys the game and is a smart alec sometimes?

tihocan
04-30-2009, 11:52 AM
Welcome to Thelanis :)
I know it's obvious, but still, don't forget you don't need to be guilded to play with other people. I'd say it's probably your best bet in order to meet a guild you enjoy playing with, and who's currently leveling up new characters.
I can't really suggest any guild right now because I don't know who's got an active base of lowbies right now, if any... (I tend to just pug myself when on a low level character, I find it simpler than trying to gather enough guildies ;))

panthershinobi
04-30-2009, 12:30 PM
Thanks. I just want to enjoy my experience as much as possible. This seems like a good game but its the people that sometimes makes or breaks the excitement.

tihocan
05-01-2009, 12:24 PM
Thanks. I just want to enjoy my experience as much as possible. This seems like a good game but its the people that sometimes makes or breaks the excitement.
Oh, definitely. I guess what I meant without saying it is, picking a guild based on their activity at low level may not be the best criterion for a good long term fit.

Lynx
02-08-2010, 03:34 AM
Hello sir

I am wondering if you would like to join out guild. I will not promise fame and fortune as you can and probably have done all of that by yourself. I am hoping you might see potential in some of our younger members and may be willing to share your experience. You would definitely be an officer, though in a small guild I am sure you know that is just another term for do everything. We do have about 4 or 5 members in their 40s, so is not entirely a 20 something guild. Please consider us as you choose a guild, I have left the name of the guild and a description. I can only promise that the rewards of seeing young players learn the right way will be endless. Thank you for your time.

Credendo Vides

Hello

Credendo Vides is a small, but growing guild, mixing new players with experienced players. We welcome all serious, relaxed, team-players (pay-to-play & free-to-play) and strive to remain drama free. Credendo Vides is Latin, meaning: By Believing, One Sees. To many of the players of DDO, this sums up the game experience. To us in Credendo Vides, this is how we play our characters and therefore the game. We help our members develop and level their characters. A lot of our members are girls experiencing this game for the first time or even having played with their brothers and boyfriends. We also have guys who played paper & pen (tabletop) when D&D first came out, and know their rules. We do not try to cheat the game or the experience. We do share gold, items and knowledge with our newer members, as they develop and refine their characters, as they choose. Our guild preaches and teaches team play over solo play and we will start running multiple guild runs for quests. We are currently recruiting (see Holly or send tell) for like minded players..... By Believing, Ones Sees....

Tanya

1) Guild leader: Holly - female Bard
2) Guild successor: Isabelll - female Bard
3) Guild officer: Morrigwyn - female Fighter
4) Guild officer: UrsoNovo - male Sorcerer / Barbarian
5) Guild officer: Eldarian - male Paladin