How to run a successful Guild!

Whether you’re thinking of starting your own Guild or already are a Guild Master, we’ll explore some tips to running a successful Guild!

Running a Guild requires hard work, dedication and a lot of time. There are different approaches and ideologies when it comes to managing and leading your troops. Here are some tips that’ll guide you in the right direction to having a successful Guild! We’ll start with the basics.

How do I create a Guild?

To create your own Guild, you must be at least level 10. Once obtaining the required level and the Gold, head over to Home > City > Guild.

Once there, you’ll see a list of different Guilds. On the bottom right, you’ll see a Create Guild button. After pressing it, you’ll be taken to the Guild Creator screen. Fill out all the appropriate sections—Guild Name, and description.

Note:  The guild name must be between 2 and 15 characters and can’t be offensive or vulgar.

Feel free to customize your Guild Banner however you like and change your new Guild Flag. You are also able to change the Guild Type from Public to Private if you wish. In a “Private Guild,” the Guild Master or Officers will have to accept join requests before the player is added to the guild. A “Public Guild” is a guild that can be joined instantly subject to its criteria.

Things to keep in mind when editing your Guild:

  • A Flag can help to identify the nationality (and language) of the guild.
  • You can change all selected options and text later after the guild is created.
  • Setting requirements will make the guild available only for players who meet the criteria. Only those players will be able to join or send you a join request.
  • You can change the banner without any costs or limits.
  • The Guild banner is purely aesthetic—it does not change the Guild power or abilities.

Once you’ve set everything up the way you want it, you can move onto the next step!

How do I recruit members?

Filling up your Guild can be very difficult. You can do some old-fashion recruiting by messaging members in-game. A good place to start is our official Discord Guild Recruitment channel at:

Guild M.A.S.T.E.R. tips

Manage your Guild members. Track their progress and sort the wheat from the chaff. Give clear instructions via the Guild announcements board and make sure your officers have proper functions assigned.

A-ssisst weaker players who show potential and willingness to learn. Useful tips on decent builds can earn you loyal subjects that enrich your ranks.

S-tats of your Guild members will enable you to view their contribution and eagerness to compete in crucial Battle Events. Use them to distribute the spoils of war accordingly.

T-actics. Set realistic goals for your guild. Assess where you currently fit on a casual-competitive spectrum and follow the path you choose. Guild strength is important, but as various Battle Event results show, it is not a decisive factor when it comes to the Guild position in Leagues. Team fighting spirit and coordination can shift the balance between failure and success.

E-xpansion. Be on the lookout for promising players, bearing in mind that aggressive poaching may not get you far. A good place to expand your contacts is the official Questland Discord, where you can advertise your Guild and get to know the community of devoted players.

R-ememer it takes time to bask in the glory of the golden league. Do not expect miracles happen overnight, but hard work and dedication can bring your Guild to the top.

“General advice – put your heart into what you’re doing. Be the leader, not just a boss. Leading a guild can be a great experience, full of a good time with your players. You just have to focus on communication.” – Erza of Reforged (EU)

We’d like to thank all those who helped make this article possible by sharing their experience with the community.

Good luck out there and have fun!

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