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  • #35436
    Buddy J.
    @wordsmith

    @daeus-lamb

    What is a Guild and how do I join one?

     

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    #35447
    Daeus Lamb
    @daeus-lamb

    @wordsmith https://storyembers.org/forums/topic/sign-up-for-the-guilds-here/page/6/#post-35333 I think there’s an explanation on page one.

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    #35475
    Buddy J.
    @wordsmith

    @daeus-lamb

    Thank you Sir! Or is it Master? Or maybe Rabbi? Or is it Teacher? Or just Mr Lamb? 🙂

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    #35477
    Daeus Lamb
    @daeus-lamb

    @wordsmith Ha! All those titles are great, though I don’t happen to be married so technically I’m not a “Mr.”

    You’re free to call me Daeus if you want.

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    #35479
    Buddy J.
    @wordsmith

    @daeus-lamb

    Thank you Sir Lamb! Does that bother you?

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    #35487
    Daeus Lamb
    @daeus-lamb

    @wordsmith It does have a nice ring to it. 😉

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    #35489
    Buddy J.
    @wordsmith

    This might be going a little overboard, but you could even goes by Sir Deaus, the Lamb of Emberia.

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    #35497
    Evelyn
    @evelyn

    @daeus-lamb Do you have any idea how long it will take before the next guilds are formed?

    Oh, by the way, and guys are called “Mr.” before they are married all the time…  “Mr.” isn’t a title for only married men, but if that makes you feel old you could be called “Master Lamb” which is what you call young men when they are in their teens… but then you aren’t in your teens and also it would sound like we are your slaves… so… XD

    I guess not. Better stick with “Sir Lamb” 😉

    #35523
    Brink
    @nuetrobolt

    @daeus-lamb   @wordsmith    @evelyn

    I think Sir Deaus, Lamb of Emberia sounds cool. Its a bit long, so maybe Sir Lamb is better.

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    #35525
    Buddy J.
    @wordsmith

    @nuetrobolt, I agree.

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    #35539
    Linyang Zhang
    @devastate-lasting

    I just call him ‘Oh Great Daeus’. The only thing that seems fitting.

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    #35546
    Jane Maree
    @jane-maree

    @evelyn
    I believe at least one new guild is being organised this week and should be starting up fairly soon. Make sure you’re signed up so you can get a place! 😀

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    #35647
    Buddy J.
    @wordsmith

    @jane-maree

    Will you explain what the guilds are?

     

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    #35702
    Jane Maree
    @jane-maree

    @wordsmith The guilds are sub-forums on the forum; basically smaller groups of people–20-30, I believe–so they can be more close knit. The guild master sends out weekly activities and challenges for all the guild to participate in, and there’s also some wars/challenges between all the separate guilds. (For example, this week was a ‘word war’ where all the guilds wrote as much as they could and we’ll soon get to see which guild wrote the most.) It’s not very complicated, and very easy to understand once you’re actually in a guild.

    It’s basically like a smaller battalion within the army of the forum, so the group can be more close and supportive of each other.

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    #35706
    Steward of the Pen
    @steward-of-the-pen

    @jane-maree and @daeus-lamb Thanks for the explanation. I’ve been confused myself!

    How much time do people typically spend on the guild a week? I’d love to join, but next year I might have two major writing assignments a week (plus I’m trying to write a book…) so I’m wondering what kind of commitment I’ll have to make.

    Thanks! 🙂

    Pen

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