It’s Thursday and therefor time to put a spotlight on the second guild this week. This time Compendium – A republic guild focusing on both PVP and PVE took the time to answer our question. Enjoy the read:Where did your guild’s name come from?I love unique and uncommon words that sound really catchy. The word Compendium has several meanings, but the meaning I like to think of is “an inventory or gathering” – in this case a gathering of quality gamers that are share common interests and goals for The Old Republic.
Can you give me a quick 2-3 sentence description of your guild?Compendium is a tight-knit, family style guild and we’re looking to have a small-medium sized group of core members during our existence in The Old Republic. We offer both PvE and PvP activities but do not support role-playing. We offer a great social environment through several different mediums such as our own guild website, Teamspeak 3 server, Facebook page, and...
M0fu from DanesOfDarkness.dk took some time to answer a few questions about his guild, for this week first guild column. M0fu is also a writer on swtor.dk and like me from Denmark. So it’s a great pleasure I can introduce, the Danes of Darkness:Where did your guilds name come from?- Well, when we first decided to create an all Danish Empire guild, we wanted a name that would suggest we where from Denmark, and at the same time where kinda evil (as we are a dark side guild) . We let the members make suggestions, made a poll, and in the end Danes Of Darkness won.
Can you give me a quick 2-3 sentance description of your guild?- Sure: “Danes Of Darkness is a Empire, PVP, 18+ guild. We are 100% danish, and therefor only Danes are accepted. We focus on the socializing, Flashpoints, Operations, end-game, and most important of them all, having fun!
How did your guild come about?- Oh well. Back in early 2011, i though it was time to join a 100% danish, empire guild. I...
Thursday meens a new guild feature here on SWTORStrategies. This time the guild leader of Council of the Exalted took the time to answer our questions. Council of the Exalted is a PVE guild playing the republic side in the conflict.Where did your guilds name come from?Well me and my brother were just throwing out random guild names and then this one popped up and we thought it was awesome so we researched it and no one else had it so we created Council of the Exalted
Can you give me a quick 2-3 sentance description of your guild?We are the Exalted, Council of the Exalted. We are the fragile line between victory and complete domination. We are in a word, “winners” Stay cool and keep your hood up. REPRESENT. We accept all classes and any race.
How did your guild come about?Started as a family and friends guild that attracted members without recruiting and became what it is today, a successful growing guild.
What kind of play style do you focus on? PvE, PvP, RP:We focus...
Another week, another guild feature. This time “Kings Destroyers” took the time to answer a few question about there guild. Check it out below:
Where did your guilds name come from?The name was conceived by a good friend of mine and myself in 2008 for the game Age of Conan. The idea behind Kings Destroyers is that we are the destroyers of Kings; Kings being a metaphor for tyranny and oppression.
Can you give me a quick 2-3 sentence description of your guild?We are a laid-back guild whose focus is in creating a community of mature players. No member is limited based on class, skill, or gear choices; we strive to help each other grow. When running PvE instances or PvP groups, we focus on the task at hand while still retaining a comfortable and relaxed environment.
How did your guild come about?To be honest, it was because of the tiring drama of small guilds that never had a chance to grow into an end-game community. Certain rules and regulations...
The Rakatan Infinite Empire has chosen site. You guys are all fucked! But It seems like they are nice guys. Read on below.
Where did your guilds name come from?The name ‘The Rakatan” comes from an exploration of Star Wars lore that pre-dates the age of KOTOR, SWTOR, and the classic Star Wars galaxy at large, yet the themes presented by the Rakatan legacy are inexorably intertwined with the fate of the galaxy as a whole. The Rakatan Infinite Empire, for those who aren’t particularly familiar with the lore, was the Galactic Empire that constructed the star forge that figures prominently in the first KOTOR game, is at the crux of the Jedi Civil War and is ever present in the Star Wars backstory. The Rakata themselves were a sort of “master race” that became affiliated with the dark side of the force, founded the first truly galactic empire, and existed as physical examples of the virulent potential of the Dark Side’s power. The Rakatan represents the first true synthesis of...