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The best way to travel is by means of imagination.
8/15/12 5:08:37 AM#1
There is no defined application process (and I feel this is important), and we are currently and in general always looking for new members, though people who are overly rude or rowdy will be thrown out, as in any tavern; it would be nice to talk with people who expect they might join before the fact, however. It can be your primary guild or a secondary space to come and relax, and roleplay while doing other game tasks in the world. Members can come and go as they please, and there are no requirements as to membership or participation. It will be a casual guild as far as in-game events such as dungeons are concerned; the primary motivation here is roleplaying in-game without common in-game physical constraints. The most important thing before or shortly after joining is to just have a chat about what you are looking for as a member and how your character fits into the tavern. If you like the idea of being a full-time member or regular patron of the tavern, we should talk, especially if you are interested in your character taking on an employment role.
As for roleplay itself, it would be best to keep things relatively easy-going for the most part. We welcome the idea of well-planned stories, but would prefer to let the atmosphere and camaraderie of the tavern take precedence to any set plans. In other words, as usual with roleplaying, don't let your own plans get in the way of other people enjoying their own roleplaying.
Regardless of what guild you end up in or what you plans are in visiting the tavern, I look forward to seeing you and roleplaying with you in the game. I know we are all extremely excited by this point, especially if you are here in the Guild Recruitment forums.
"There are two great powers, and they've been fighting since time began. Every advance in human life, every scrap of knowledge and wisdom and decency we have has been torn by one side from the teeth of the other. Every little increase in human freedom has been fought over ferociously between those who want us to know more and be wiser and stronger, and those who want us to obey and be humble and submit."
— John Parry, to his son Will; "The Subtle Knife," by Phillip Pullman