What is a Guild? Edit
On World of Warcraft, a guild is an organization of players who have joined together using an in game function that allows them to share a private chat channel, have a tag under their names, and access to a variety of resources a guild bank, and special in game perks like a faster hearthstone cooldown, and cosmetic perks like guild tabards, shirts, cloaks, and banners.
There are four things people do in World of Warcraft: We socialize, we roleplay, we tackle challenges created by the game environment, sometimes in groups, and we also face off against other players, sometimes alone or in groups. Guilds serve as a way to network with players that share common goals.
Sometimes multiple players without a shared guild membership band together in channels or in non-guild organizations.
Unofficial Guild List - 1st Quarter 2018 Edit
This section is an unofficial list of active guilds on Wyrmrest Accord-US. This list changes once a quarter by changing which categories guilds classify themselves under to assure that the guilds listed here are still around.
If you are interested in having a guild included in this list, please check the Guild List Instructions.
|Alliance Guilds & Groups - 1st Quarter 2018|
|Alliance Guilds||Alliance Groups|
|Alliance RP Guilds||Alliance RP Non-Guild Groups|
|Alliance PvE Guilds||Alliance PvE Non-Guild Groups|
|Alliance PvP Guilds||Alliance PvP Non-Guild Groups|
|Alliance Social Guilds||Alliance Social Non-Guild Groups|
|Horde Guilds & Groups - 1st Quarter 2018|
|Horde Guilds||Horde Groups|
|Horde RP Guilds||Horde RP Non-Guild Groups|
|Horde PvE Guilds||Horde PvE Non-Guild Groups|
|Horde PvP Guilds||Horde PvP Non-Guild Groups|
|Horde Social Guilds||Horde Social Non-Guild Groups|
Alliance & Horde CategoriesEdit
A group may be an alliance of individual guilds, a player-run town, a family, or simply a guild that, for their own reasons, doesn't choose to use the official in-game guild system (perhaps they're a batch of roleplayers that prefer to remain in a raiding guild). There is no real classification that separates a "group" from a "guild", though all in-game guilds should be listed under the Guilds category.