List of Commands Edit
/g can also be used instead of /guild (this is optional, but recommended)
|Lists all Guild commands|
|Creates a Guild with a specified name. (Only VIP+ can create guilds)|
|Lists the players in your Guild|
|Promotes the player to Officer|
|Invites the player to your Guild|
|Accepts a Guild invitation|
|Demotes the player to Member|
|Transfer ownership of the Guild to another player. (Note that the player must have VIP+)|
|Disbands the Guild|
|Renames the Guild|
|Toggle Guild join/leave notifications|
|Kicks the player from your Guild|
|Leaves your current Guild|
|Prints information about your Guild|
|Modify settings for your Guild|
|Request to join the specified Guild|
|Show the Guild Shop|
|Forms a party from your online Guild Members|
|Sets the Guild [TAG]|
|Displays information about the Guild member|
|Switches to Guild chat|
|Modifies the MOTD for the Guild|
|List all online Guild members|
|Sets the Guild tag color|
There are currently three different guild ranks - Guild Master, Officer, and Member.
Guild Master Shamanay Edit
The Guild Master is the leader of the guild has full access to all guild commands including changing the guild tag and MOTD, making purchases from the guild shop, transferring guild leadership and promoting members to officers.
Guild Masters have the ability to:
- All Officer permission(s)
- Promote guild members to officer
- Demote guild officers to members
- Change guild settings
- Upgrade things from the guild shop
- Transfer the guild to someone who is VIP+ or higher
- Disband the guild
- Kick players
The Officers of the guild need to be promoted by the Guild Master. Officers have access to checking how long people have been in the guild and how many coins they have accumulated in the last week.
Guild Officers have the ability to:
- All Member Permission(s)
- Invite players to the guild
- Kick players from the guild
The Members of the guild have only a few permissions. They can check when they joined the guild and how many guild coins they have accumulated in the last week. Members also have access to guild chat.
- Use guild chat
- Earn coins for the guild by playing games
- Leave the guild
- Host a guild party
Guild Shop and CoinsEdit
The Guild shop can be opened by typing /guild shop or /g shop, another option available is to right-click your player head, click Guild and open the shop from there. Remember, that only Guild Masters can buy items in the guild. In order to buy items you need Guild Coins.
HOW TO EARN GUILD COINS: By winning and losing games you can earn guild coins.
Win = 250+ Guild Coins, Lose = 30 Guild Coins. All guilds has a daily coin maximum limit which can be upgraded and by default, the maximum is 10,000 Guild Coins.
Guild Member Upgrade Edit
Expands your guild and allows you to add extra members to your guild.
|Guild Member Upgrade|
|Level||Cost (Guild Coins)||Increase||Total|
Guild Banking Upgrade Edit
Extend the daily amount of guild coins. The more you upgrade, the more amount of guild coins you can get in one day.
|Guild Banking Upgrade|
|Level||Increase||Total||Cost (Guild Coins)|
Guild MOTD Edit
Cost: 50,000 Guild Coins
Adds a configurable message to be sent to guild members when they join the network. You can change the MOTD with /guild MOTD as the guild owner. Members and officers can do /guild motd to see the current MotD.
Guild Party Edit
Cost: 50,000 Guild Coins
Creates a party and invites all your guild members to it. Use the command /guild party.
Guild [TAG] Edit
Cost: 500,000 Guild Coins
Accessed by using /guild tag - Add a [TAG] after guild member's names in all lobbies. Note: If the current guildmaster is MVP++, the tag will be golden instead of the default gray.