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Guilds are groups of players and include benefits to those players.

Guild Creation[edit | edit source]

After finishing the tutorial, a player can create a guild at any time from the Guild menu (accessed in the menus at the bottom-right of the screen) for 2,000 Mesos. There is no minimum player amount requirement, so even solo players may form a guild if they wish.

Guild Funds and Donations[edit | edit source]

Guild Funds are used to purchase buffs and upgrade guildhouses / services.

Members can personally donate mesos to the guild in increments of 10k up to a daily cap depending on the guild's level. This generates Guild Funds and rewards the player with EXP and contribution points.

Members can also check in daily by clicking the Check In button as well as complete guild related quests and activities in order to generate funds without spending mesos.

Both donations and checking in requires that the member has been invited to the guild prior to the daily reset (it is not a 24 hour requirement). Guild Quests, however, require at least 24 hours to trigger.

Guild contribution[edit | edit source]

Guild contribution can be done by various activities. Here is a small overview of points given:

  • Check in gives 10 contributions
  • Guild Quest Daily 5
  • Guild Quest Weekly ??
  • Donation 1 each (up to 10 each day)

So each member can give at least 25 contribution each day.

Buffs[edit | edit source]

Being in a guild provides the ability to purchase skills / buffs for the entire guild or personally. These skills are only accessible 24 hours after joining a guild.

Guild[edit | edit source]

These are buffs which can be purchased with donated funds and apply to all players in the guild for seven days. The buffs are assumed to stack with each other as well as everything else.

Guild Buff Buff Description Buff Strength
Guild Questing Increases questing experience earned by X% Level 1: 30%
Guild PvP X% chance to double Valor Tokens upon winning in the arena. Level 1: 40%
Guild Combat Increases damage by X% Level 1: 2.1%
Guild Mobility Increases move speed and ground mount speed by X% Level 1: 3%

Personal[edit | edit source]

These are buffs which can be purchased by the members with their own mesos and apply to only that player for one hour. The buffs can stack with each other and everything else.

Guild Buff Buff Description Buff Strength
Accuracy

Boost

Increases accuracy by X Level 1: 1

Level 2: 2

Level 3: 3

Level 4: 4

Level 5: 5

Health

Boost

Increases health by X% Level 1: 3%
Movement

Boost

Increases movement & mount speed by X% Level 1: 3%
Critical

Boost

Increases Critical Rate & Critical Evasion by X Level 1: 30

Level 2: 32

Level 3: 34

Level 4: 36

Level 5: 38

Piercing

Boost

Increases Physical & Magical Piercing by X% Level 1: 3%

Level 2: 3.2%

Level 3: 3.4%

Level 4:

Guild Arcade[edit | edit source]

Guild members have the ability to host and play mini games with other guild members. The mini games include:

Image Preview Guild Arcade Game Description
Guild Event Sole Survivor Preview.png Sole Survivor Can you avoid falling as the ground crumbles under your feet?
Guild Event Spring Beach Preview.png Spring Beach Watch where you step-there are springs hidden in the grass!
Guild Event Red Arena Preview.png Red Arena Survive a series of one-on-one duels against up to 9 other players.
Guild Event Treasure Island Preview.png Treasure Island The first team to either capture the treasure flag or

steal the most treasure and points wins!

Guild mini games hosted by members are free to create at any time but provide no rewards.

Guild House[1][edit | edit source]

Guilds are automatically provided guild houses which can be upgraded as a guild's level progresses and through donated guild funds. The guild house levels are as follows:

Level Upgrade Cost

(Guild Funds)

Size Amenities Prerequisites
Level 1 Provided by default Area: 12x12
  • Meeting Room
  • Performance Hall
  • Scarecrow
  • Tria Portal
  • Large Poster
Level 2 50,000,000 Area: 16x16
  • Meeting Room
  • Performance Hall
  • Scarecrow
  • Tria Portal
  • Large Poster
  • Kerning City Portal
  • Small Poster
  • Level 1 Guild House
  • Level 6 Guild
Level 3 100,000,000 Area: 20x20
  • Meeting Room
  • Performance Hall
  • Scarecrow
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tria Portal
  • Kerning City Portal
  • Henesys Portal
  • Doctor
  • Large Poster
  • Small Poster
  • Level 2 Guild House
  • Level 9 Guild
Level 4 150,000,000 Area: 24x24
  • Meeting Room
  • Performance Hall
  • Scarecrow
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tria Portal
  • Kerning City Portal
  • Henesys Portal
  • Ellinia Portal
  • Perion Portal
  • Doctor
  • Large Poster
  • Small Poster
  • Level 3 Guild House
  • Level ? Guild
Level 5 200,000,000 Area: 30x30
  • Meeting Room
  • Performance Hall
  • Scarecrow
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tria Portal
  • Kerning City Portal
  • Henesys Portal
  • Ellinia Portal
  • Perion Portal
  • Ludari City Portal
  • Doctor
  • Large Poster
  • Small Poster
  • Level 4 Guild House
  • Level ? Guild

Services for Hire[edit | edit source]

As a guild and guildhouse level increases, this unlocks various services that can be hired.

Supply Merchant[edit | edit source]

Requires: Guild Level 2, Guild House Level 1

The supply merchant stocks various tonics, food, and tools for players to purchase such as:

Supply Merchant Level 2[edit | edit source]

Requires: Guild Level 7, Guild House Level 2, 30,000,000 guild funds

Unlocks the following extra items for purchase:

Gemstone Merchant[edit | edit source]

Requires: Guild Level 3, Guild House Level 1

The Gemstone Merchants sells Gemstones and Gemstone Dust for guild coins and guild funds:

Gemstone Merchant Level 2[edit | edit source]

Requires: Guild Level 7, Guild House Level 2, 30,000,000 guild funds

Unlocks the following extra items for purchase:

Chairwoman[edit | edit source]

Requires: Guild Level 1, Guild House Level 1

A chairwoman gives guild members simple tasks to complete which award guild experience, funds, and player experience as well.

There are both daily and weekly quests; however, a player must have been in the guild for a full day for daily quests and a week for weekly quests.

Chairwoman Level 2[edit | edit source]

Requires: Guild Level 1, Guild House Level 2, 30,000,000 guild funds

Slightly increases daily and weekly quest rewards.

Guild Progression Chart[1][edit | edit source]

Guild Level EXP to Next Level Funds Max Max Members Max Daily Donations

(mesos per member)

Guild XP for Attendance

(daily check in)

1 10,000 20,000,000 60 100,000 80
2 20,000 50,000,000 60 100,000 84
3 40,000 50,000,000 60 100,000 88
4 70,000 50,000,000 70 100,000 92
5 110,000 200,000,000 70 200,000 96
6 160,000 200,000,000 70 200,000 100
7 220,000 200,000,000 80 200,000 104
8 290,000 500,000,000 80 300,000 108
9 370,000 500,000,000 80 300,000 112
10 410,000 500,000,000 90 300,000 116
11 450,000 700,000,000 90 400,000 120
12 490,000 700,000,000 90 400,000 124
13 530,000 700,000,000 90 400,000 128
14 570,000 700,000,000 100 400,000 132
15 610,000 1,000,000,000 100 500,000 136
16 650,000 1,000,000,000 100 500,000 140
17 690,000 1,000,000,000 100 500,000 144

Guild Quests[edit | edit source]

Daily Guild Quests[edit | edit source]

These quests can be accepted once per day at reset. They reward guild exp, gold, and contribution.

The daily quests can consist of killing certain types of enemies, fishing, performing, or other tasks with a party of at least 3 guild members.

Like other daily quests, it expires exactly 24 hours after accepting it, so it is possible to stack more than one ongoing daily guild quest.

Weekly Guild Quests[edit | edit source]

These quests can be accepted once per week at the weekly reset. They reward guild exp, gold, and contribution.

The weekly quests involve killing bosses of hard dungeons with a party of at least 3 guild members.

Guild Management[edit | edit source]

The guild comes with a fixed amount of 5 member roles in addition to the default Leader role that is automatically assigned to the person that created the guild. The Leader role can be passed on by the Leader to another member at any point, efficiently passing ownership of the guild.

The member roles can have any combination of six different permission levels (privileges) enabled or disabled, and all default role names can be changed, including the leader. The privileges are:

  • Invite New Members
  • Edit Guild Emblem
  • Edit Guild Notice
  • Send Guild Mail
  • Start Guild Mini-game
  • Send Guild Alert

Only the leader is allowed to disband the guild, use guild funds, and remove (kick) people from the guild. Other roles may be granted permissions to invite members but cannot remove them.

Due to what is assumed to be a bug, only the leader can view all guild applications at all times. Other roles may have access to view the applications but they can only see the applications that have been created after their latest logon, after which they will be hidden upon all subsequent reconnects.

The guild can be renamed at any time using a special item bought from the guild NPC for 50,000,000 guild funds.

A Guild Emblem can be set as a picture of a maximum size of 1024x1024. This picture will be displayed on the Rankings after they next update.

A Guild Notice of a maximum character count of 300 can be set. This message will be displayed to all members whenever they log on.

A Guild Focus consisting of a list of keywords can be set. This helps guide members towards the ambition and goals of the guild as well as primary age group and active times.

Other players that are searching for guilds can only actively apply for a guild if the 'List Guild' button is applied in the Applications section by the guild leader. The only other way to find a guild is through the Rankings board. Either way, the only information exposed to non-members is the guild name, logo and character name of the leader.