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There are 4 different ranks for members of a guild.
- Leader: the leader of the Guild is designated with three gold chevrons. They may be the founder or someone the previous leader transferred their role to. A leader may promote, demote or kick other guild members. They can summon the Guild Boss, edit their guild options (emblem, description, message of the day), recruit members and accept/decline player joining requests. They cannot be kicked; however, after 14 days of inactivity, the leader will be automatically demoted.
- Co-Leader: just below the Leader, Co-Leaders are designated with two silver chevrons. They may perform tasks a leader may do, except they can only kick members below Co-Leader rank and promote members up to Officer. If a Leader transfers their role or is inactive after 14 days, they will get this role. There is no limit on how many Co-Leaders a guild can have.
- Officer: officers are below the Co-Leaders, designated with one bronze chevron. They can only kick members and accept/decline to join requests. There is no limit on how many Officers a guild can have.
- Member: in the last rank, Members do not have any administrative privileges. They can, however, contribute actively to any Guild activity.
There are multiple activities a member can participate in, such as:
- Guild Wars: a game mode where four competing guilds fight for control over a node-based map, fighting Monsters and enemy Knights along the way. Laurels and Garlands earned in this mode can be exchanged for various rewards.
- Weekly tasks: guild members gain extra tasks that refresh every Monday at midnight GMT. These tasks award various Resources and Battle Boosts, as well as Guild XP and Contribution Points.
- Leveling up: leveling up allows members access to higher-level Guild Bosses, new Guild Relics, and better prizes during Voting. A Guild levels up by collecting Guild XP, which is earned through Weekly Tasks and by defeating Guild Bosses. The current maximum Guild Level is 80.
- Guild bosses: these are special Boss Monsters that are defeated collectively by a Guild. Each player in the guild may engage in a battle with a Guild Boss by spending Meat. You may read more in the in-game FAQ designated just for Guild Bosses. You may win XP and Guild Accolades by defeating them.
- Voting: when at least five members are in a guild, a voting process starts every week. It lasts for 5 days. Two choices are available for guild members to vote. Possible voting choices include Gold, Gems, a stack of Tomes, Hero Shards, and Chests.
- Arena: you may fight alongside your guildmates to score high points in the Arena and bring fame to your Guild! The score is cumulative from all members.
Currencies and Rewards
To participate in different Guild activities, you will have to spend certain items such:
- Meat: used to fight Guild Bosses. You can only carry a maximum of 3 pieces of meat at a time. It is mainly produced by Farms but can also be obtained from certain Roaming Monsters or chests.
- Orders: used to perform an action in Guild Wars, such as “contend” or “defend.” You may own more than 4 orders at a time, but remember that the refresh is capped at 4. They also do not carry over from one War to another.
- Lumber: used to fortify locations you control in Guild Wars by powering up your defending Knights and PvE enemies. Unlike orders, these carry over from previous Wars but do not refresh.
There are multiple currencies you can earn by participating in Guild Activities such as:
- Accolades: a resource that can be primarily obtained from fighting Guild Bosses and can be spent in the Guild Shop.
- Laurels: resources that can be obtained from participating in Guild Wars. Can be donated to obtain various customization rewards for the Guild Hall.
- Garlands: resources that can be obtained from participating in Guild Wars. Can be spent in the Spoils of War Shop.
There are other rewards you can also obtain from participating in certain activities. For example, by defeating a Guild Boss, you will receive Guild Experience, and for Special Event Bosses, you can also obtain Event Points.
Rest assured that each activity will inform you of the possible rewards you may obtain by participating in it.