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It's been a while since I played a PC game, much less an online one, but with this, I'll be restocking on caffeine and pulling some late-nighters.
Who else is buying?
Sign me up! Maybe if we're all on the same side [By which I mean EVILLLL!] we can make an LO Guild.
I've already been working on a guild. We're not very technical and we aren't trying to be the super elite have no life outside of this MMO guild, but we do want excellence. I don't want people to play hard because i'm a perfectionist I just dont want us to play bad and thus spend an extra 3 hours in an instance etc... either way I'll post the blurb for the guild we're slowly but surely forming, let me know if anybody is interested.
he idea for Myrmidon goes back several years to one of the greatest MMO experiences I was fortunate enough to partake in. A guild with little fanfare but an ideal I've been searching for ever since. Without a doubt we were the best guild on our server and in such a short amount of time it made the previous title holder look amateur. Our goal was very simple. We weren't attempting to be rigid power gamers in the sense that we expected our members to give up their lives for a game. We only encouraged good use of the time spent playing. That meant trying to stick to guild groups whenever possible, which was the norm anyways as you could not find a better group on the server. Our tag meant something, and although you did not see too many of us around, our reputation was so great you might hear things like "This is a bad zone but we have not one but two <Soandso> members in our group, this is going to be awesome" I want to bring that ideal back. That we are the pros of the game, and even just our presence is awesome. It’s the greatest feeling you can have in an MMO on par with coordinating an amazing server first.
Talk is cheap though, to accomplish this goal we need lead by example to attract members of this caliber. First we need to respect the other players. I don't have enough time to tell you the horror stories I've been through with PUGs and the like. Although interacting with other guilds and particularly PUGs can be terrible we will not put down other players. We want to set a good example and keep a good reputation with outside organizations. The best way to do that is not set a bad example while playing outside the guild. We want people to look up to us and aspire to be like us, not look at us as elitists and jerks that are spoiling the game. Second we need to make the tag count. I personally don't like application forms "List all of your keys, your gear, and why you think you deserve to be in the guild" I don’t care what you have or why you think you should be in the guild. Show me you belong with us. Give us your all and play with the guild members and earn your way in, not because we don't think your worthy, but because you wouldn't want to join another organization or this one unless you did earn it. Gear is only important to me in the sense of what it allows us do as a whole, one piece of gear does not make a difference to the guild and what it can do, making sure the most gear gets to the most people does. For now, unless it gets overwhelming, if we enter PvE loot situations our goal will be to collaborate either through senior members, or class officers, or some form of good judgment to put what drops to best use. I don't want to discourage players who can't play as frequently as others that they will get no loot but they will definitely get less. My goal is to put what drops to best use. I'd rather give a player who plays a great deal the newest and best weapon because what he has is much worse than what our top representative of that class has simply because to one it would be a massive upgrade and to the other a minor one. I want everyone to have the mentality that if we help one member we help us all.
For now I'll leave off with this one last thought. We do not expect perfection. We do however expect our members to give 100% and strive to be better. Everyone in this guild is a leader; no one is higher than the other. I am simply a voice representing the thoughts of us all. If you are interested in being taken seriously and not put in a position where you simply take orders, get in touch with us. We're always looking for players who take initiative, who are able to adapt under pressure, and are malleable to ideas. That is the goal of Myrmidon.
Granted most of this is very rough around the edges but I think the ideal is there. We aren't going to play casual and we're not going to play harcore. We're going to play well and smart. I dont want to take all the short cuts guilds have found to do things simple and sloppy. I want to make sure we reward the right people putting in the effort but encourage the ones who arent to step it up all the same. Nobody in this guild is more important than the other and we hope to have at some point everyone in a leadership mentality
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Ill be getting this for sure, Im thinking of being a Chosen or maybe a Disc. of Khaine.
It's been a minute.
Ill be buying it regardless of how good the game is. If it's awesome, I might just kill my plans of 'defecting' to WOW. If it is released and is... not so great, I'll buy it anyway to show my support for Warhammer-themed games.
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Yup, I'm sold. Incidentally, what is everyone planning on playing as far as race and/or class? I'm thinking of rocking a High Elven Shadow Warrior to start with, or possibly an Empire Warrior Priest. I've got a feeling that this game is going to inspire some serious alt-itis.
In other news, have you guys checked out any of the previews for the PvP scenario stuff? Sounds like a good time:
EA Mythic | Warhammer Online
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Sounds like there'll be some good opportunities for small-ish guilds to get in on the action, as many of these scenarios are limited to 12-24 players per side or so. I think a LO-based guild would be pretty dope, personally, though it'll be interesting to see how many here will be playing Order or Destruction =).
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If I were to be a Dwarf, it would be an Ironbreaker. A little ball of steel running around smacking things with a hammer... fun times. If I went Empire, a Warrior Priest all the way.
Though, I'm most likely going to end up being a High Elf Swordmaster to start with.