World of Warcraft Classic gained immediate popularity. Perhaps it was the novelty of going all the way back to the beginning or maybe it gave some a reason to start over. Either way, it’s insanely popular, and if you aren’t part of a guild yet, you probably should be. Today, we’ll talk about how to create a guild, how to join a guild, and how to leave a guild in WoW Classic.
Think of a guild in Wow Classic as something similar to a part on Xbox or PlayStation 4. You’ll join up with a number of like-minded players to form an alliance and play together. Wow Classic Guilds can be a lot of fun, and it definitely adds to the overall experience. If you don’t have a lot of online friends, being part of a guild can also help you find more friends.
Making a guild in Wow Classic is fairly simple, but right away, you’ll need to have 10 silver. With that 10 silver, you need to purchase a Guild Charter from an Alliance or horde capital. Once you have the Guild Charter, you’ll need to have your friends or other people you meet sign it.
Once you’ve purchased your Guild Charter from a Horde or Alliance capital, you’ll need a minimum of 10 people to sign your charter. These 10 people can be people you know or random people. Guild recruitment in Wow Classic can be a little difficult, but if you keep asking around, you’ll find enough people. Once the guild is formed, the 10-person requirement is removed, so people can leave and it won’t abolish your guild.
If you want to join a guild, all you have to do is find someone with a Guild Charter that’s open to signing people they aren’t familiar with. You could choose to ask around as you run into people, or you can open the in-game chat bar and advertise your desire to join a guild. Who knows, maybe you’ll make some new friends!
Quiting a guild in Wow Classic is easier than creating one or finding one to join, and it won’t cost you anything – except maybe friends you’ve made inside the guild. To leave the guild that you’re in, opent he in-game chat bar and type “/gquit” then press enter. This will remove you from any guild that you’re currently in, and you’ll be free to join another.
That’s everything you need to know about guilds. If you’re having difficulty finding a guild that you like in Wow Classic, you can always spend the 10 silver and create your own guild. Just be sure you get to know the people signing first – if you’re someone who plays a lot, you won’t want a bunch of people that play on rare occasion. Also, don’t forget that you don’t need to maintain 10 people in your guild at all times. Once the guild is formed, the minimum requirement is removed.