In this guide you will learn all about the guild system in Throne and Liberty. How to join a guild or create your own, how you can contribute, and what are the benefits of joining a guild: Bosses, buffs, items, stats and much more. Let’s dive into it.
What is a Guild?
A guild is a group of players who share common interests and objectives. You can play alone and make your own way in Throne and Liberty, but the interaction with other players will take the game to another level. Band together with other players to achieve common goals, compete against other guilds and cooperate to grow.
How to Join a Guild in Throne and Liberty
You can join a Guild in Throne and Liberty as soon as you reach level 3. To find your next Guild go to the Search for Guild UI. You will be able to find an specific guild or leader by searching their names, or sort by Guild Level, number of members, or guild age, from highest to lowest. Every guild on your server will be listed there.
Once you choose the guild you wish to enter, send a request to join. The Guild’s leaders will evaluate your request and if all goes well, your request will be accepted and you will join the guild.
How to Create a Guild in Throne and Liberty
Once you reach Level 3 you can create a guild. The other requirement is not to belong to another guild. If you are a member of a guild and want to create your own, leave your current guild. You must wait a certain amount of time after leaving your previous guild before you can create your own.
To create a guild, go to the Create Guild tab in the Guild UI.
|1||Guild Emblem||You can choose a coat of arms to represent your guild. The number of available emblems increases as your Guild Level increases.|
|2||Guild Emblem Color||You can select the colors of your guild’s emblem. A primary and secondary color must be selected, and the available colors increase along with your Guild Level.|
|3||Guild Name||You can enter between 4 and 15 characters, including numbers and spaces in between. You cannot use a guild name that already exists on the server. You also cannot enter special or incomplete characters, or names that violate the Operation Policy.|
|4||Create Guild||You can create a guild only if you meet all the conditions for creating a guild. A certain amount of Sollant is required as a guild creation fee.|
Once you join a guild, either your own or another player’s, you will have access to the guild’s UI. There you will be able to see the other members, their ranks, guild level, contribution, resources and more.
|1||Guild Info||Shows the guild name, emblem, Level, Leader, and members.|
|2||Notice||Shows guild notices. The Guild Leader and Advisor can create notices.|
|3||Guild Base Info||Shows the Guild Base information.|
|4||Guild Supplies||Shows Guild supplies purchased with Guild resources.|
|5||Guild Relationships List||Shows the list of guilds you have a Friendly, Hostile, or Surveilling relationship with.|
|6||Guild Resources||Shows the resources stored in your guild and allows you to donate them.|
Your activity in the guild will be rewarded. The more you contribute and help your guild grow, the better the benefits you will get. You can contribute by helping to complete the Contracts. In the Guild menu, access the Contracts window and there you will find the active contracts and their rewards. Help complete them to get the rewards for you and all guild members.
You can also participate in the Conquest Battles. The benefits of the Boonstones and Rifstones occupation will be shared between all guild members, so join the battle when it starts and help your guild to conquer the area.
For more information you can visit our Throne and Liberty – Conquest Battle: Boonstone and Riftstone guide.
There are many more benefits you can get from your guild. You can get items after defeating a Boss (Guild Raid Boss), you can earn income from taxes or item sales, and much more.
Another perk of joining a Guild in Throne and Liberty is the Guild Base. A Guild Base is a gathering place for all members of the guild. This feature is available when your guild reaches Level 2 or above. Guilds with castles can use Legion Bases instead of Guild Bases.
Go to your Guild Base to increase your Health and Mana recovery, duel with your friends in your own Arena, join Guild Raids and access several exclusive guild merchants.
For more information you can visit our Throne and Liberty: Guild Base Wiki page.
As we said before, you can follow your own solitary path in Throne and Liberty and explore the world alone with your own company. But the guild content is wide and interesting, we recommend you to explore it and don’t miss anything!