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Guilds are group communities that can be created or joined by players, allowing them to conveniently interact with other players, and give them access to unique perks and passive skills.
In order to form your own guild, you may purchase a Guild License from Ariel for 1,500,000 ED.
- 1 Member Privileges
- 2 Guild Level
- 3 Guild Rank
- 4 Guild Skills
- 5 Guild Expeditions
- 6 Guild House
- 7 Guild Mini Games
- 8 Guild Missions
- 9 Related Items
- 10 Other Information
- 11 Trivia
Players that have joined a guild will be assigned to certain guild ranks, which will determine what privileges they can have while in the guild. The available default ranks that players can be assigned are Initiate, Member, Veteran, Officer, Administrator, and Guild Master. The privileges that are available to guild members are assigned by the Guild Master based on guild ranks. The names of ranks can also be customized by the Guild Master.
The available privileges that are available to players are:
- Inviting other players into the guild
- Expelling other players from the guild
- Spending Guild Skill Points
- Purchasing Guild Services
- Withdrawing items from the Guild Storage (adjustable to 0, 1, 3, 5, 7, or 10 withdrawals per day)
By default, the authority of guild members are set to the following:
|Rookie / Initiate||(No privileges)|
Number of Guild Administrators
The number of Guild Administrators that can be assigned in a single Guild is dependent on the total number of members of that Guild. However, Administrators will not lose their status if the number of members drop below the required amount.
| Number of
| Minimum Number|
A newly created Guild will begin with Guild Level 1. In order to level up, the members of the Guild must obtain a certain number of Guild Honor Points. The primary purpose of leveling up a guild is to obtain more Guild Skill Points to use.
Guild Honor Points
There are two types of Guild Honor Points: individual and Guild. Individual points are obtained while playing in dungeons or matches and can be obtained at a higher rate when playing together with members of the same guild. When a guild member obtains 1,600 individual points, one Guild point will be rewarded to their guild. Individual points are required for completing the individual weekly quests and Community Achievements while Guild points are required to level up the Guild.
If the player leaves the guild, all progress towards the next Guild Honor Point will be lost, even if they return to the same Guild.
|Guild Level|| Guild Honor
After the PvP Season 6 update on March 21, 2018, guilds are updated to have a guild rank. This rank does not affect the guild in any way.
This rank is based on the guild's ranking of PvP contributions. PvP contributions are gained whenever a member wins or loses in Arena matches.
One of the benefits of joining a guild would be the guild skills. Guild skills are exclusive passives that are only available to members of a guild. There are 16 passives available, each being investable by 5 Guild Skill Points.
Team up with guild mates to take on Guild Expeditions, where together you challenge existing dungeons made more treacherous with debuff handicaps and special enemy and field effects. Clear stages to earn Guild Coins and Banner Points, as well as achieve weekly guild rankings and reach "first-in-the-server" monthly milestones. You can access Guild Expedition by using the banner in your guild base.
The Guild Base is a special area that is accessible to any player registered in a guild. The Guild Base will have a mailbox, a chest for the Guild Storage, Myu, and a portal leading back to the last location.
Players will automatically enter their Guild Base when they log into the game, unless they have unchecked the "Start in Guild Base" option in the Guild menu. Exiting the base will move them to their original location before they logged off. To reenter, you must find the Guild flag located in an old Market Entrance in any village (except Ruben) or via Cobo Express. Unlike other accessible destinations, teleporting to the Guild Base via Cobo Express will not consume any ED.
Guild Base Skins
The Guild Base has a total of 4 different skins that you can obtain and select from, in order to personalize your guild base to your liking. You can change your guild base skin by talking to Myu. The regular Guild Base skin is given to your guild by default, however other guild base skins must be purchased with either Guild Coins or K-Ching, depending on the skin.
|Image||Guild Skin||Image||Guild Skin|
|Guild Base (Default)||White King's Garden|
|Magic Academy Boarding||Cat Paradise|
Similar to the Bank, the Guild Storage can store additional items that can be withdrawn at any time. There is a limit on the number of times a player can withdraw items. This withdrawal restriction is dependent on the player's guild rank and can be managed by the Guild Master. Any withdrawals or deposits into the Storage will be recorded in a log with the player's name, item, quantity, and time of the transaction.
The Guild Storage is only accessible to guild members that are recruited for more than 7 days.
The storage will start at 16 available spaces. It can increase by 8 spaces if the Guild Master spends Guild Coins or purchase a Guild Storage Expansion Card from the Item Mall for 200 K-Ching each. The Guild Storage can reach a maximum of 168 spaces. The Guild Storage will not store any timed or untradeable items. Guild Coins can be stored in the Guild Storage but cannot be taken out of it.
- Main Article: Guild Banner System
The Guild Banner can be customized by purchasing designs from Myu, using Guild Coins and Banner Points. You can use purchased banner parts by accessing Myu's "Banner Storage" option, and customizing your banner to your liking. Most customizations are merely cosmetic, however Blessings will offer buffs to everyone in your guild for a limited time by investing Guild Coins into it. You can show off your guild banner in towns and dungeons by pressing [F1] to summon it in front of you. Pressing the key again will remove the banner.
- Main Article: Guild Farm System
The Guild Farm is an area within your Guild Base where you and your guild mates can plant crops that are used in making consumables and elixirs. These consumables are highly useful in Guild Expedition due to their bonus effects when used within them, and the fact they are unaffected by Guild Expedition's debuffs. You can purchase seeds and prepare food in the Cauldron by talking to Myu in your Guild Base. Seeds can only be purchased with Seed Exchange tickets, which you obtain by depositing Guild Coins into your guild's storage. Alternatively you can obtain seeds from Seed Pouches.
Guild mates can water each other's crops once per crop, which increases their harvest yield. The harvest can further be increased by using fertilizer. Every guild member has access to their own farm plots, some of which will visually show up in the guild farm, while a full list can be viewed through the Guild Farm interface. Each member has access to 1 field by default, but this number can be expanded up to 3 fields for the entire guild by purchasing Field Expansion tickets.
Guild Mini Games are activities that you can play with fellow members of your guild, in order to obtain Guild Coins. You can obtain rewards from these mini games once per day per character. To play, you must queue up at the same time as other guild members in order to be matched with each other. These mini games can be played with up to 6 players at once.
- Main Article: Hungry Ghost
Players will be mounted on a custom Moby mount. One of the players will be cursed and have the Hungry Ghost chase after them. Avoid the Hungry Ghost and attack another player in order to pass on the curse. The player that is caught by the Hungry Ghost will lose the game.
Bump Bump Moby!
- Main Article: Bump Bump Moby!
Players will be mounted on a custom Moby mount. The goal is to push the player off the map. During the game, the bottom platform will disappear, followed by other platforms over time.
Guild members can work to complete weekly quests for additional rewards. These Guild Missions can be completed once per week. If a player were to leave a guild, they will no longer be able to access the Guild Mission.
|[Individual/Weekly] For the Guild's Honor! 1|
|[Individual/Weekly] For the Guild's Honor! 2|
|[Individual/Weekly] For the Guild's Honor! 3|
|[Individual/Weekly] Guild Farm Specialists! 1|
|[Individual/Weekly] Guild Farm Specialists! 2|
|[Individual/Weekly] Guild Farm Specialists! 3|
|[Individual/Weekly] Guild Adventurers!|
Unlike normal quests, the co-op quest rewards will automatically be sent to your mailbox and does not require the player to complete the quest. Rewards will not be sent to guild members that did not contribute to the quest requirements. While these quests can be cleared individually, they can be cleared faster when running with another guild member in the same guild. Out of the Henir's Time and Space, Secret Dungeon, Gates of Darkness, Heroic Dungeon, and Elrianode quest lines, only one is available each week.
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Henir's Time and Space Guild! 1|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Henir's Time and Space Guild! 2|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Henir's Time and Space Guild! 3|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Secret Dungeon Guild! 1|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Secret Dungeon Guild! 2|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Secret Dungeon Guild! 3|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Gate of Darkness Guild! 1|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Gate of Darkness Guild! 2|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Gate of Darkness Guild! 3|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Heroic Dungeon Guild! 1|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Heroic Dungeon Guild! 2|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Heroic Dungeon Guild! 3|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Arena Champion Guild! 1|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Arena Champion Guild! 2|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Arena Champion Guild! 3|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Elrianode Dungeon Guild! 1|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Elrianode Dungeon Guild! 2|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Elrianode Dungeon Guild! 3|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Guild Expedition! 1|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Guild Expedition! 2|
|[Co-op/Weekly] Best Guild Expedition! 3|
|Image||Item Name||How to Obtain||Price||Effect|
|Guild Coin||Obtain from Guild Quests||N/A||Used as currency to purchase Guild-related items from Myu.|
|Guild Expansion Ticket||Purchasable from Myu||25 Guild Coins||Increases Guild Capacity by 10 (Max 200). Only the Guild Master or Administrators can use this.|
|Oblivion Pipe||Purchasable from Myu||5 Guild Coins||Returns 1 used Guild Skill Point. Only the Guild Master can use this.|
| Greater Gnosis Blessing
(15 Days : 5 GSP)
|Purchasable from Myu||25 Guild Coins||Adds 5 Guild Skill Points. After 15 days, those Skill Points will be lost. Only the Guild Master can use this.|
|Guild License||Purchasable from Ariel||1,500,000 ED||Allows the user to establish a new Guild.|
|Guild Name Change Card||Purchasable from Item Mall||900 K-Ching||Allows the Guild Master to rename the Guild.|
|Guild Storage Expansion Card||Purchasable from Item Mall||200 K-Ching||Expands the Guild Storage by 8 spaces.|
|[Magic Academy Boarding] Contract Package||Purchasable from Item Mall||3,400 K-Ching||A package containing the Magic Academy Boarding Guild Base Skin, and 500 Guild Coins.|
|[White King's Garden] Contract Package||Purchasable from Item Mall||3,400 K-Ching||A package containing the White King's Garden Guild Base Skin, and 500 Guild Coins.|
|Guild Honor Points Boost Medal||Events||N/A||Increases the amount of Guild Honor Points obtained by 50%.|
- Please note that if all members of the guild are inactive for over 3 months, the Guild will be automatically disbanded.
- If the Guild Master has been inactive for 6 months, the Guild Master rank can be transferred if 50% of the active (within 1 month) guild members approve of the transfer.
- See this page for examples of guilds created in each server.
- The guild skill Hand of Midas, actually refers to King Midas in Greek Mythology who could turn anything he touched into gold.
- Outside the window of the Guild House is a scenic view over Lake Noahs and the Tree of El, implying the Guild House is located in Ruben Village.