What is a Guild? - Aetolia Online Help
8.7 What is a Guild?
A guild is a formal organization of players bound together by an ideology and class. Along with this generally comes a guild house for the guild members to relax and study in, as well as a hierarchy within the guild. Examples of guilds are Indorani, Sentinels, and Templars. For a list of guilds, type HELP GUILDS. A guild has a number of positions associated with it. These are: Guildmaster - The elected head of the guild. Appoints the Patron, Secretary, and Head of Novices. (see HELP GUILDMASTER) Secretary - Appointed by the Guildmaster, a Secretary has almost all the powers of a Guildmaster. (see HELP SECRETARY) Head of Novices - Appointed by the Guildmaster, the Head of Novices is responsible for ensuring that guild novices get taken care of. He or she may and should appoint a number of aides to help. (see HELP NOVICEHEAD) Patron - The Patron of the guild is a god, chosen by the Guildmaster. The god's role is to guide the Guild, act as the Guild's representative to the Pools, and perform a couple functions that only the Patron can perform. (see HELP GUILDPATRON) For a directory of more guild-related help files, type HELP 8 (for section 8 of the help files). GUILDSYSTEM is particularly recommended.