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Our plans for SWTOR include:
8- and 16-man runs on all difficulties
Nerding around about Star Wars
We don't have a large number of rules or guidelines:
Our members are 21 years of age, or older
We try to be excellent to each other
Real life is more important than in-game
Nobody's expected to do anything but have a good time
If this attitude towards MMO-gaming strikes a chord with you, please don't hesitate to ask Baine or myself questions, either here or in private message.
Better yet, if you're interested in joining, head on over to the SWTOR guild page or our website, and fill our our short application, and be ready for launch with a friendly, helpful guild.
Vanishing Legacy, whats it all about ...
Vanishing Legacy will be playing on EU PvE server as Galactic Republic!
We would like to describe ourselves as "a mature gamers guild" as one of our main rules is our age limit for new members. If you want to join "Vanishing Legacy" you have to be at least 21 years old and generally be considered as a mature by yourself as well as others. By mature we mean relaxed and laid back, yet serious when required, friendly and willing to help others and above all tolerant and willing to compromise when needed. Our most important rule however is that "Real life comes first", as we are here to enjoy our time in game and we understand that there are other more pressing things such as families and/or work.
Our goal is to structure our leadership in such a way to reflect above requirements and give freedom to our members to fully enjoy their time spent in game and not to worry about the meaningless rules and boundaries other guilds usually impose on their members. We will tend to involve all our members in decision making as much as possible, but some core decisions sometimes will be made by Guild Elders themselves.
We consider ourselves a casual guild and above all would like to keep a friendly, family like atmosphere within the guild. However, casual does not mean disorganized, when it comes to guild group activities (raids, expert dungeons, pvp, etc) we can be and always strive to be highly organized and disciplined, but will still try to enjoy our gaming and not have it become a second job.
We prefer and highly encourage guild group play, but we understand that our members can't take part in every group event. We encourage our members to use both guild voice comms (even if only for listening) and guild forum as much as possible, so even when you are soloing you will feel you are part of the guild.
We strive to be drama free, but from our experience we know that unfortunately sometimes drama is unavoidable. However, when it does occur, we will try to resolve it swiftly and fairly by discussing matters with all sides involved. We will try to do this in a transparent manner and not hide anything from our members. We are adults and we will treat you as one.
So, if you are looking for a new friends and mature gaming atmosphere please go to our Recruitment and submit your application. Do remember that although we love our gaming, in "VL" real life comes first.