18 May

Part of Something Noble and Purposeful

By Vye

Hail and well met, friends,

It's already Week 3 of our celebration and our next promotion is all about togetherness! There are already a plethora of Settlements and Organizations actively recruiting on our forums but it's been entirely a system of promises. We're not doubting the veracity of anyone's word, but we're helping you all make good on your promises!

The Token Contest


Tokens have been available in the online shop for a while but the descriptions were a bit vague and there's been no way to do anything with them...until now! This week we are creating the Token Contribution service that no one knew they were waiting for.

Villager and Guild tokens represent a player's commitment to a settlement or organization. By contributing a token to another player, you're investing in their organization in the same way you would when the game was live by contributing your time to the gathering of resources, the building of structures, or the execution of your duties and responsibilities. This allows your settlement and organization to begin to grow immediately, and will grant your player-community access to our website management tools as soon as they become available.

The prestige and notoriety of a player-community comes not from the wealth of an individual, but from the strength and size of its numbers. As a result, we've put a cap on the total number of tokens of each type a single individual can purchase and contribute. Originally we had limited the number of tokens to one per type, however a valid point had been made that players A) may want to be part of more than one organization or settlement and B) are not all equal in their contributions to an organization - even in game - and some may want to contribute more to their player-communities than others.

For this reason, we've increased the number of tokens per individual to three (3). You can send those all to a single settlement or organization, or you can divide them up and send them to multiple - the choice is yours.

To purchase a villager or guild token head over to the digital merchandise section of our online store and purchase up to three of these tokens. Note, if you've already purchased one, you'll only be able to buy two more.

Purchasing a token
Purchasing a token

Once you've purchased a token you can see the ones in your inventory by going to your account profile and clicking on Tokens on the left. This will show you the following page.

Token Management
The token management page

On this page you can see a couple different sections. At the top you will see the number of tokens of each type you've received. This is a simple counter and will go up automatically as people contribute tokens to you. Below that you'll see the collection of tokens you've purchased. This section could be empty or have up to six tokens listed.

Note, if you're a Mayor or above you'll have the ability to claim your own villager tokens. If you own at least an Elyrian package you'll have the ability to claim your own guild tokens. Regardless of whether you can claim tokens or not, however, you'll have the option to contribute your tokens to another user account. Clicking Contribute on any token will show you a dialog like the following:

Token Contribution
Token contribution

On this screen enter the user account (forum) name of the person you want to send the token to. Make certain you have the user name correct by clicking verify. Once you hit send you'll be given a confirmation dialog. Make certain you're sending the token to the person you're wanting to. There's no undo action, and no refunds on tokens if you send it to someone you'd didn't intend to.

And that's it! The more people who contribute tokens, the faster your settlement and organizations will grow. Here's what each Token does:

Villager Tokens


  • Notoriety: Each token a settlement receives increases the notoriety of the settlement. This is an in-game mechanic that factors into the Reputation & Fame system. More notoriety means an increased chance that NPCs will seek out your settlement, and communicate your organization to other PCs and NPCs.
  • Population: Each token increases the population of a settlement by 1, with you, in theory, being at least 1 of those citizens. Population slots unclaimed by player characters will be filled by NPCs.
  • Expansion: An additional parcel of land will be added for every 3-5 tokens, depending on the type of settlement

Guild Tokens


  • Notoriety: Each token an organization receives increases the notoriety of the organization. This is an in-game mechanic that factors into the Reputation & Fame system. More notoriety means an increased chance that NPCs will seek out your organization, and communicate your organization to other PCs and NPCs.
  • Research Points: Each token increases the Research Points of a school, or the resources of an organization by a small amount.
  • Expansion: Each 15 tokens grants the organization an additional building or add-on. This can be used to expand an existing establishment, or lay down a new one.

What's To Win?

In order to celebrate our Kickstarter-versary this month, we are keeping track of all the Tokens contributed through the rest of May. Villager Tokens must be contributed to a player with a Settlement (Mayor title and above), but Organizations could be started by anyone. Each Token is ultimately an entry into a raffle with prizes as follows:

  • The winning settlements are guaranteed to have a major story event occur in their settlement!
  • The winning organizations will be written into the lore and history of Elyria as we continue to develop the game!

There will be a set of winners on each server, which we'll announce after Server Selection. So check with your groups and find out who to send those Tokens to - there is a limited amount of Tokens you can contribute and a limited time to contribute in order to be entered into this raffle! Don't miss out! Tokens will still provide their normal benefits during Exposition so, if you haven't decided which town or organization you want to be in yet, there's still plenty of time to search through the offerings and find your comrades.

The Hunt for Week Four-tober

Theories abound about what the surprise is in the fourth week of the celebration. You won't mind if I give you a hint, right? I wouldn't want to take the fun out of guessing...

Sales Still Sailing

The sales on Pledge Packages and Exposition Points continue - 10% off through the entire month of May! Not to mention the limited-time EP Pack worth 3,000 EP for $200!

These deals won't last forever though; at the end of the month the prices will go back to normal.

Also, referrals will be giving you a bigger bonus if May is the month that your friends finally decide to back us and join you in Elyria. The typical reward is 50 Influence and $5 store credit but, during May, you'll enjoy a 100% increase: 100 Influence and $10 store credit! Store credit can be used on anything in the shop.

May is the anniversary of our Kickstarter and we're celebrating all month with special promotions! Check out the announcement post for full details about the different events going on this month.

Pledged to Your Continued Adventures in Life, Both Actual and Fantasy,

Vye

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Terrantal - 2 days ago

I may have missed it, but who won the contest?

EDIT: nm, I should learn to read and get some sleep while I am at it.

Slaine - 1 month ago

As someone who's priority for choosing a group is their tribe and location, it sucks that this comes before the tribes Q&A and what not. I can't pledge my loyalty to anyone until I know they're going to be what I want to be. Its too bad too, because I'd love to contribute otherwise

Core101 - 1 month ago

What's the status of the token page bug. (Tokens not showing after buying them)?

Kurko - 1 month ago

The whole concept and mechanics of guilds in the game are still so obscure that unfortunately I see no motivation in this token game :(

I picture a guild of blacksmiths, who actually own their own forges and want to co-operate with other forge owners. They would share their knowledge to some extent and would co-operate in managing larger orders, in educating journeymen and apprentices, and in controlling priced of products and materials. Such a guild would have to be democratic, the leader(s) elected, etc. Just a random player character trying to join the guild to bang the anvil a bit and to learn all the recipies for free would NOT be accepted. The guild would want to control the knowledge instead of being a recipe automaton for anyone.

So what is this guild token thing? I understand the village token, where all villagers live in same village, but there won't be tens of blacksmiths in the same village to visit and exploit the same forge. Instead those smiths would be spread all over the county, duchy, even the kingdom. What would be the point of contributing to a guild building, or to some self proclaimed guild leader with these tokens? Please, elborate the guild concept in regard of these tokens!

Heartagram - 1 month ago

Expo confirmed! Release date October-ish!

Maulvorn - 1 month ago
@Heartagram:

Posted By Heartagram at 10:48 PM - Fri May 19 2017

Expo confirmed! Release date October-ish!

Mystery solved, Lets celebrate!

Deadlymad - 1 month ago
@Maulvorn:

Mystery solved, Lets celebrate! Why is that one hour long? wow

dada - 1 month ago

easy! - Waggon -> dragged by 3 horses; each generating power related to it's size -> size = volume(v) -> v3!! ;D

MondaKing - 1 month ago
@dada:

Fuckin genius ! :O

Caelestius - 1 month ago
@dada:

Posted By dada at 3:56 PM - Fri May 19 2017

easy! - Waggon -> dragged by 3 horses; each generating power related to it's size -> size = volume(v) -> v3!! ;D

Half Life 3 confirmed?

Jasta85 - 1 month ago

I created a separate thread asking this and then realized I should just ask here.

You get notoriety by developing your settlement and by buying tokens. The question is how much notoriety do you get from a token as opposed to growing your village. If another mayor buys 1 token, does that mean I have to build a house and a crafting station to match his notoriety gain? If someone gets gifted 20 tokens, will I be able to get any new villagers at all coming to my village or do they all head to the ones that have the highest token count?

Caelestius - 1 month ago
@Jasta85:

Posted By Jasta85 at 2:39 PM - Fri May 19 2017

I created a separate thread asking this and then realized I should just ask here.

You get notoriety by developing your settlement and by buying tokens. The question is how much notoriety do you get from a token as opposed to growing your village. If another mayor buys 1 token, does that mean I have to build a house and a crafting station to match his notoriety gain? If someone gets gifted 20 tokens, will I be able to get any new villagers at all coming to my village or do they all head to the ones that have the highest token count?

Nobody is going to be attracted to a town that has nothing but fame. If the only things built there are 2 wells and an abattoir, people and NPCs will naturally emigrate to towns with less fame but more opportunity.

Drakos - 1 month ago

The limit of 3, I'm guessing that's per account so doesn't this mean that people can get multiple accounts to donate as many as they want to people?

That is a bit of a concern for me if I'm honest.

Sharielane - 1 month ago
@Drakos:

Posted By Drakos at 7:18 PM - Fri May 19 2017

The limit of 3, I'm guessing that's per account so doesn't this mean that people can get multiple accounts to donate as many as they want to people?

That is a bit of a concern for me if I'm honest.

That's kind of the point. The larger your population the more mouths you have to feed i.e. the more you have to provide for. Shelter, food, water, employment, safety, and the provision of a medley of goods and services required to keep a settlement/community running sufficiently. Not to mention that someone donating a token to your settlement (remembering there is no guarantee how big your settlement population will be) ensures that there is at least one NPC there for them to take over in the off-chance you have more would-be settlers than NPC population.

Wildscarr - 1 month ago

Thanks Caspian.

That is reassuring to know.

Caspian - 1 month ago

The settlements are pre-created, with already existing NPCs. The tokens provide additional population, they are not the only population.

Wolfwitch - 1 month ago

This is quite a leap of faith, I feel. The game is quite a ways off to being available for play to the general public. As you point out yourself, we're taking people on good faith as far as their intentions and committment to their Towns and Guilds go. Even aside from people being true to their word, there is such a thing as "real life" (shudder), that might throw a spanner in the works.

In short: Is there a mechanic in place that will allow me to (one-time only) withdraw my token and recommit it later if it turns out it's just not working out with my choice? I think this might offer some security to some people who might be on the fence right now who might otherwise commit their tokens. And the same should be true for token-receivers: if they feel things are not working out, they should be able to return a token and ask such a person to leave their village/town/guild?

This way the tokens become more a pledge of fealty, especially if there is a record of "tokens returned" both for the returned and the returnee as testimony to a player's character's "character". This should prevent people committing/returning Tokens carelessly and chanigng fealty on a whim.

Dunno.. I've gone off on a tangent there a bit, especially since I suspect the answer will be "no". :)

Oracle - 1 month ago
@Wolfwitch:

Posted By Wolfwitch at 06:44 AM - Fri May 19 2017

This is quite a leap of faith, I feel. The game is quite a ways off to being available for play to the general public. As you point out yourself, we're taking people on good faith as far as their intentions and committment to their Towns and Guilds go. Even aside from people being true to their word, there is such a thing as "real life" (shudder), that might throw a spanner in the works.

In short: Is there a mechanic in place that will allow me to (one-time only) withdraw my token and recommit it later if it turns out it's just not working out with my choice? I think this might offer some security to some people who might be on the fence right now who might otherwise commit their tokens. And the same should be true for token-receivers: if they feel things are not working out, they should be able to return a token and ask such a person to leave their village/town/guild?

This way the tokens become more a pledge of fealty, especially if there is a record of "tokens returned" both for the returned and the returnee as testimony to a player's character's "character". This should prevent people committing/returning Tokens carelessly and chanigng fealty on a whim.

Dunno.. I've gone off on a tangent there a bit, especially since I suspect the answer will be "no". :)

I've mentioned this manner of concern myself. A lot of people I think will have biome preferences and kingdom groups have no guarantee of achieving them, so gaming guilds who are more flexible about location will find it easier.

The simple solution, and I say this as a Count with a settlement myself - if you're not 100% sure, don't send those tokens yet. I've said the same to others.

Personally I'd take the outlook that if I don't land the Hrothi settlement I have in mind (a small change, mostly my brothers influence), I'd feel obliged to refund in the form of EP item gifting, but not all mayors may be so honorable.

Sharielane - 1 month ago

Some of the guilds have plans to run branches on multiple servers. I'm going to assume that these tokens only really count for the server (and thus server branch) that the "guild head" that you are donating to is going to join. If so I would assume then that it would be advisable for those of us on separate servers to donate to the head of the guild for our own server branch if we wish to see the benefits for the tokens we donate on our own server?

Or is there going to be some mechanic in play to let that multi-server guild leader to spread those gained resources across multiple servers? (I highly doubt it. I can only imagine the headache that would be to implement - unnecessarily so)

It'd be a shame if people donated their tokens to their overall "Guild Head" who is on a different server in their race to support their guild, robbing their own server of those benefits, because they didn't stop to think it through and realise that if they wanted to see the benefits on their own server then they need to gift it to the person who will be the leader of it there.

Teland - 1 month ago

Villager tokens will ADD NPCs to your already populated town. But the more tokens, the more well-known your town is and that means it will draw more NPCs and potentially increase the amount of land in the settlement.

Ironside - 1 month ago

If anyone is interested in listening to my speech for just this occasion, please see below.

This was a few weeks of off hours planning and execution. :-D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXvQN56j8WM

Thank you all and good luck with the contest!

Calidor - 1 month ago

Sorry for this if it's a silly question. I get how the villages work and that's cool. How do tokens work with Guilds? If I had 25 people playing from my Guild would they need to give me a token each to get in? What's the Guild benefit?

KalTheo - 1 month ago

Never mind, the token page reads a bit strange on mobile... My two tokens are accounted for.

Shriyk - 1 month ago

So if my mayor has a total of say 15 tokens donated to them the town would be them +15 NPCs. Then If I join the village but dont give a token would be Mayor me and 14 NPC?

Caspian - 1 month ago
@Shriyk:

Posted By Shriyk at 5:26 PM - Thu May 18 2017

So if my mayor has a total of say 15 tokens donated to them the town would be them +15 NPCs. Then If I join the village but dont give a token would be Mayor me and 14 NPC?

Correct.

Wildscarr - 1 month ago
@Caspian:

Posted By Caspian at 08:32 AM - Fri May 19 2017

Posted By Shriyk at 5:26 PM - Thu May 18 2017

So if my mayor has a total of say 15 tokens donated to them the town would be them +15 NPCs. Then If I join the village but dont give a token would be Mayor me and 14 NPC?

Correct.

If I do not buy or claim a villager token as a mayor/baron how will I get my settlement?

The above example that you say is correct would mean there is no npc for me to use thus no one in my settlement for me to take to be me.

so using the above maths I have no tokens = 0 NPC, if I then join the settlement and do not claim a token it would be mayor me and - 1 NPC.

Atlas Forgiven - 1 month ago
@Caspian:

Posted By Caspian at 7:32 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Posted By Shriyk at 5:26 PM - Thu May 18 2017

So if my mayor has a total of say 15 tokens donated to them the town would be them +15 NPCs. Then If I join the village but dont give a token would be Mayor me and 14 NPC?

Correct.

So not to beat a dead horse but does that mean that a mayor without any town tokens will essentially start with no NPC?

And thus no one at a later point will be able to be born into that town...?

Sorry if I'm misunderstanding a part

Vilucide - 1 month ago
@Atlas Forgiven :

Posted By *Atlas Forgiven * at 8:55 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Posted By Caspian at 7:32 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Posted By Shriyk at 5:26 PM - Thu May 18 2017

So if my mayor has a total of say 15 tokens donated to them the town would be them +15 NPCs. Then If I join the village but dont give a token would be Mayor me and 14 NPC?

Correct.

So not to beat a dead horse but does that mean that a mayor without any town tokens will essentially start with no NPC?

And thus no one at a later point will be able to be born into that town...?

Sorry if I'm misunderstanding a part

I would go with tokens giving additional NPCs, if there's no NPCs in a town, there's no town. You probably start with the base amount for a town, and tokens add to that amount. Basically getting you closer to the next tier of settlement.

Hugh Bris - 1 month ago

Hold on...

>Population: Each token increases the population of a settlement by 1, with you, in theory, being at least 1 of those citizens. Population slots unclaimed by player characters will be filled by NPCs.

So, I give a token to my town and it provides +1 pop.

But I'm part of that pop so if I'm a Mayor of a town and give myself a token, I don't get an NPC? So, basically the first token a settlement gets is wasted?

Tokens should add +1 to existing population otherwise you're paying for nothing...

LorenzW - 1 month ago
@Hugh Bris:

Posted By Hugh Bris at 5:05 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Hold on...

>Population: Each token increases the population of a settlement by 1, with you, in theory, being at least 1 of those citizens. Population slots unclaimed by player characters will be filled by NPCs.

So, I give a token to my town and it provides +1 pop.

But I'm part of that pop so if I'm a Mayor of a town and give myself a token, I don't get an NPC? So, basically the first token a settlement gets is wasted?

Tokens should add +1 to existing population otherwise you're paying for nothing...

I'm going to guess that if there's a token listed in your received pile, there will be an NPC added beyond the one reserved for you as the mayor.

Meaning there would be an NPC reserved for you automatically, and any token you get (even by self gifting) adds one to that number.

So You + your three tokens = 4 NPCs

Caspian - 1 month ago
@Hugh Bris:

Posted By Hugh Bris at 5:05 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Hold on...

Population: Each token increases the population of a settlement by 1, with you, in theory, being at least 1 of those citizens. Population slots unclaimed by player characters will be filled by NPCs.

So, I give a token to my town and it provides +1 pop.

But I'm part of that pop so if I'm a Mayor of a town and give myself a token, I don't get an NPC? So, basically the first token a settlement gets is wasted?

Tokens should add +1 to existing population otherwise you're paying for nothing...

Each token adds one additional NPC to the settlement. If a player takes control of the NPC, then it would be a PC instead.

If you're a mayor and purchase a token and claim it, you're adding an NPC to the settlement.

Whenever someone else purchases a token and contributes it to you, presumably they're planning to join your settlement, in which case they're going to take control of one of the NPCs in the settlement.

Pham - 1 month ago

Week 4, the ability to play the game

DavanOrdanska - 1 month ago

Week 4, the ability to buy mounts to pull your wagon for two

Kukos - 1 month ago

I love these guesses that submarines will be announced, lol. Bronze-Age subs all the way.

On that note, going to take a gander and say that v3/EP Store is being released :) 'Transportation' is on the upcoming EP Store list, which a carriage is in that category. Caspy also said that the v3 is going to be released 'soon.'

My only other guess would be the package merging/sharing/transferring that was mentioned for those who paid their pledges off by May 1st, as it was another thing that was mentioned to be before Settlement and Domain selection. Don't think that is it, though, since that is possibly a smaller amount of people 'pleased' based on when Vye said, "we're pretty sure people will be pleased" rather than the EP Store pleasing a TON of people.

After that all being said, I don't think it can be the demo. Yes, a carriage is a symbol of exploration, but the demo isn't 'just' that. It's MUCH more.

HolyAvengerOne - 1 month ago

Good stuff, thanks guys!

CaptainCharlemagne - 1 month ago

I don't know about this token thing, it looks like you're taking advantage of gamblers with the raffle

Polite - 1 month ago
@CaptainCharlemagne:

Posted By CaptainCharlemagne at 6:29 PM - Thu May 18 2017

I don't know about this token thing, it looks like you're taking advantage of gamblers with the raffle

People need to take a bit of responsibility with their spending, if you can't stomach putting in $X and not winning the raffle you probably shouldn't put in $X :) Personally I don't care for raffles so I'm looking at the guaranteed returns on the token.

Will be cool to see a player org in the lore though.

Eurickdm - 1 month ago

How will lore based in vilages and guilds from diferent servers coexist?

Polite - 1 month ago
@Eurickdm:

Posted By Eurickdm at 6:20 PM - Thu May 18 2017

How will lore based in vilages and guilds from diferent servers coexist?

That's why each server has its own winners Eurickdm. Organization A may be in the lore of NA-W but it won't be in the lore of EU where instead Organization C will be.

Eurickdm - 1 month ago
@Polite:

Posted By Polite at 7:21 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Posted By Eurickdm at 6:20 PM - Thu May 18 2017

How will lore based in vilages and guilds from diferent servers coexist?

That's why each server has its own winners Eurickdm. Organization A may be in the lore of NA-W but it won't be in the lore of EU where instead Organization C will be.

"The winning organizations will be written into the lore and history of Elyria as we continue to develop the game!"

The lore of the Elyria may mean the lore of each server but also may mean the lore of the game. This still needs some small explanation IMHO.

Maulvorn - 1 month ago

Just gave myself a villager token :D

Polite - 1 month ago

"Each token increases the population of a settlement by 1, with you, in theory, being one of those."

Seems like given the wording of the sentence the numeral 1 is a typo here, what population in NPCs does a token give to a settlement?

Shady Clown - 1 month ago
@Polite:

Posted By Maulvorn at 2:54 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Just gave myself a villager token :D

Posted By Polite at 2:53 PM - Thu May 18 2017

"Each token increases the population of a settlement by 1, with you, in theory, being one of those."

Seems like given the wording of the sentence the numeral 1 is a typo here, what population in NPCs does a token give to a settlement?

Mm, my thought was that this comment meant "You will add one NPC to the settlement. And in theory, this NPC will be taken over by you as your in-game character. Since you're donating a token to this settlement, you're probably going to be living in this settlement, in theory."

Vye - 1 month ago
@Polite:

Posted By Polite at 2:53 PM - Thu May 18 2017

"Each token increases the population of a settlement by 1, with you, in theory, being one of those."

Seems like given the wording of the sentence the numeral 1 is a typo here, what population in NPCs does a token give to a settlement?

Each token provides 1 population to a settlement. Each player can give up to 3 tokens to a settlement. In theory, most players will create a character to live in that settlement so they will take up at least 1 (of the up to 3) population that they helped contribute. The other slots would go to NPCs if unclaimed by real players.

But you're right, the wording could be better. I'll update it...

Polite - 1 month ago
@Vye:

Posted By Vye at 7:22 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Each token provides 1 population to a settlement. Each player can give up to 3 tokens to a settlement. In theory, most players will create a character to live in that settlement so they will take up at least 1 (of the up to 3) population that they helped contribute. The other slots would go to NPCs if unclaimed by real players.

But you're right, the wording could be better. I'll update it...

Thank you for that clarification, very much appreciated.

RoqueKazin - 1 month ago

My wallet is gonna love this -).

Gozirra - 1 month ago

Is there a bug going on? I just purchased a Villager token and it's not in my "inventory"

Vye - 1 month ago
@Gozirra:

Posted By Gozirra at 2:42 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Is there a bug going on? I just purchased a Villager token and it's not in my "inventory"

Yeah, we're working on a fix. The transaction went through but the page isn't displaying it yet. We'll get a fix in soon (but we're having internet outages in the office, so it's taking longer than normal).

Vye - 1 month ago
@Vye:

Posted By Vye at 4:14 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Posted By Gozirra at 2:42 PM - Thu May 18 2017

Is there a bug going on? I just purchased a Villager token and it's not in my "inventory"

Yeah, we're working on a fix. The transaction went through but the page isn't displaying it yet. We'll get a fix in soon (but we're having internet outages in the office, so it's taking longer than normal).

Okay, should be all fixed! It was just a display error. :)

Xarkfleur - 1 month ago

Fun Stuff! Love that new token art. And Submarines!

Heartagram - 1 month ago

week 4 (October) carriage for two? I'm confused is Prologue coming in October? Also Since I have Mayor title does it mean I can buy token and give it to myself? that would be handy since no one will ever contribute a single token to my settlement.

Dleatherus - 1 month ago

submarines confirmed

Idioticmaddog - 1 month ago
@Dleatherus:

Agreed.

  • Carriage for 2

  • Multiply by week 4

  • 8 = Oct

  • Hunt for Red October reference

  • Either Submarines or Russian Hackers

Waxseal - 1 month ago
@Dleatherus:

Kipyq size!

Week four, EP store.

Deftly - 1 month ago

Are add-ins for organizations different than add-ins you can buy for a single user?

whynot - 1 month ago

The Hunt for Week Four-tober. lulz

Hugh Bris - 1 month ago

OK... So, just to be clear, while we can give and recieve Gould Tokens there is as of yet a mechanic to "create" a Guild in the game?

Oracle - 1 month ago
@Hugh Bris:

Posted By Hugh Bris at 10:12 PM - Thu May 18 2017

OK... So, just to be clear, while we can give and recieve Gould Tokens there is as of yet a mechanic to "create" a Guild in the game?

The game is still going through development cycles. Until it's released you can't go in and play it anyway, so what level the guild code has been written to so far becomes pretty irrelevant, don't you think?

As always, great work Vye & team :)

Fakadakalaka - 1 month ago

Very Nice