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Blog / Re: Why Dynasty Warriors are staying on Far Shiverpeaks
« Last Post by Noob On Steroid on 15 December 2012, 13:12 »
Good to see you're staying :) At least not everyone is hopping onto a T1 bandwagon server  :D
Blog / Why Dynasty Warriors are staying on Far Shiverpeaks
« Last Post by maloki on 12 December 2012, 21:25 »
A few weeks back (last weekend of November) the officers of Dynasty Warriors (and GL ofc) had a guild management meeting where we discussed if we should switch servers or not.

Why we are staying on Far Shiverpeaks:
  • We are a casual PvX guild, even if we have an active WvW team (now we pull at least 20 people to WvW / night, without planned events, and closer to 30 on a planned event). Our members more focused on PvE wouldn't be interested in moving, or care about moving.
  • We want to see the changes from ANet first that will hopefully encourage more WvW. Yes February is far away, but the change will come. And we do get a taste already in the next patch!
  • We are here for the longhaul, this game will be around for years why burn yourself out in the first 6 months. DW has been a community for 9 years, soon 10.
  • We have recruited a lot of new members, under the banner that we are not going anywhere. They need to know that they can trust in what their leaders say. Unlike some guilds (almost applies to all the guilds that have left) where they have said that they will stay and fight and a few days or a week later leaves us a message of their departure.
  • If we started server-hopping there would be no end to it. What would be the criteria for when we would have to move again, dropping one tier? Finishing in second place in a match up? Meeting one guild that didn't treat us well? It is just so much simpler for so many reasons (especially guild management and recruitment) to stay on this server.
  • We do not care about being in T1, we want to find a stable matchup that matches _our server_. No matter which tier that is. Stop and think for a moment where we would have stabilized if we had not fallen to the pressure of "We have to be T1" that some guilds felt, and thus jumped servers and just focused on the amount if time each guild/individual wants to spend in WvW. (I believe we'd still be in t1/t2 without a doubt)
DW is not moving because there would be no end to server jumping, we rather wait for the WvW related patches and locked servers transfers (by locked I mean payed).
Blog / We are recruiting casual PvX and active WvW players!
« Last Post by maloki on 29 November 2012, 03:00 »
Guild: Dynasty Warriors DW
Server: Far Shiverpeaks
Language: English

We are a fully international guild with a lot of European players. Especially Dutch-speaking and Scandinavian. But we also have our fair share of NA and AU players and are looking to extend our roster with more players.
Our main language is English and it is preferred in the guild chat.

Dynasty Warriors started their multigaming community August 2003 with divisions for Diablo2 and Savage. In the years following they expanded towards UT2004, GuildWars, World of Warcraft, Quake4, CounterStrike:Source, Tribes Vengeance, Ogame, Sacred, Enemy Territory QuakeWars.
Eventually only the GuildWars division still existed, consisting of casual players. Most of these members have now moved to GuildWars 2.
Dynasty Warriors are looking for members for:
- Active WvW team
We are in WvW daily, planned or unplanned. We are looking for people who are active any time of the day.
- casual PvX. We do enjoy dungeons, holiday events, crazy jumping puzzles and so forth. As well as sPvP.

Little requirements
- social attitude
- knowledge about the game content and mechanics is a plus, but not necessary. We're very open to teach you anything you want to know as long as you're open to learn.

Other info
- Active WvW team
- Casual core PvX team
- Truly international team. NA, EU and Oceanic!
- Average age ~28
- Average member count 350 (28 AUG '13)
- Family & real life comes before the game, we'll never tell someone they have to be around at a certain event or they'll be kicked
- We use TS3 for voicecoms.
- We allow several guild memberships. If you want to join DW for only WvW that is okay!
- If you are a group of people (friends?) looking to join you can do an application together, just make sure we get all the names ;)
Join us
For practical reasons we need you to fill out a form here on our forums, that you find here, just follow the instructions. ;)

When that's done or while you're doing it contact Wei Yan or Maloki ingame for an invite. Other officers that you can talk to are: Krytan Stranger, Lirael Ellesar or Kaladin Stormlight. Or even our GL Cao Cao, but he's not online as much as the rest of us.

Any questions can be directed at the same people above, in game mail or here on the forum works.
Blog / Re: Welcome both new and old!
« Last Post by maloki on 5 November 2012, 18:58 »
Hi, the link introduction forum didn't work for me

That's because that part of the forum is available only to people with the recuit rank and above. :)

Blog / Re: Welcome both new and old!
« Last Post by Eucalypta on 5 November 2012, 18:31 »
Hi, the link introduction forum didn't work for me
Blog / Welcome both new and old!
« Last Post by maloki on 11 October 2012, 14:26 »
Greetings traveller!

After years this community is back up and running. Dynasty Warriors is a guild dates back to 2003 in many different games, with a rich history, especially in Guild Wars 1. We had the domain as a site for the previous generations as well, so yes, it really is still us! We're currently active in Guild Wars 2, on the Far Shiverpeaks (EU) server.

A new forum is up, we have a blog, event calendar and a lot more in store for you! Feel free to sign up for an account via your Facebook account, or without it. And start hanging out with all the wonderful people we have here.

Introduce yourself to the rest of the gang, and find out who else you're playing with over at the introduction forum, where we also have our Rules and Code of Honour posted.

If you're the least bit interested in WvW you should check up on our current status of WvW. It's also worth checking out

Do you have a friend that wants to join us? Have them register on the forum and fill out this recruitment form and we'll be in touch soon. You can also whisper one of the officers in-game about the person for a quicker invite, but the form still has to be filled out!

What else? Can there possibly be more? YES! We currently have 2 competitions going on for all member help us make an epic banner for this website, and help us make a new emblem for the guild! Show us your most creative side and amaze us with your artwork!

We are hoping to have another 10 amazing years with all of you!


The [DW] Officer team.
Recruitment / Join us
« Last Post by Cao Cao on 9 October 2012, 13:39 »
Hello Traveler!
If you're interested in joining Dynasty Warriors make sure that you read and understand the Forum rules and the Code of Honour. We currently have an age limit of 18. Some exceptions can be made.

Please copy this form into a New Topic under Recruitment and fill out the answers if you are interested in joining us.
Format the Topic of your Thread like the following: "Nickname (main) - accountname"

Code: [Select]
[b]Account Name and Character Name(s)[/b]



[b]What (nick)name would you prefer we call you? (Choose one)[/b]

[b]Tell us about yourself (who are you? game experience? clan experience?)[/b]

[b]How did you find out about us? Did someone give you the link to this site?[/b]

[b]Are you currently member of any other Guild(s)? How's their policy on multiple guilds, and level of activity?[/b]

[b]What kind of game play are you interested in in Guild Wars 2? PvX, PvE, WvW, sPvP[/b]

[b]Please explain your motivation for wanting to join DW[/b]

Recruitment / Forum rules
« Last Post by Cao Cao on 9 October 2012, 02:09 »
A couple of rules every forum member has to follow:

• No double topic posting. First look if there is already a topic in the forum and if your question can be posted in that topic;

• Offtopic talk (e.g. going on about another topic not related to the main topic). Don't do this, especially not with serious talk topics. If you do go offtopic, please keep to a max of 10 posts or something;

• Don't whine about simple grammar or spelling mistakes. This could be highly irritating and I doubt you're all English spelling wonders;

• Criticism is fine, but elaborate your opinion instead of flaming or throlling the topics;

• Don't post useless replies like "hi" or "right". It might be easy, but can be highly irritating as well;

• In case you've found a post that is inappropriate on this forum, report this to the forum moderator (who in turn could report it to the admin if needed).

The administrator and moderators have the right to move or remove topics on the various forums.

Once you break the forum rules... first strike = warning. In case you keep going on, your forum account will be blocked!
Recruitment / DW Code of Honour
« Last Post by Cao Cao on 9 October 2012, 02:05 »
Quote from: Wei Yan
Quote from: Cao Cao
Dynasty Warriors maintain a Code of Honour. Upon joining you've agreed to act according to the 8 Commandments.

]|[ The Eight Commandments ]|[

• Sportsmanship - Act as a true sportsman. After all it is just a game that you play and there can only be one winner/winning team. So be sportive in case you have lost a match, there are plenty of other chances.

• Play Fair - Play fair, as member of the Dynasty Warriors you are FORBIDDEN to use any kind of cheats that could help you in a game, even if it is just a public game.

• Graceful - Most of the games are good games, so you shouldn’t make a point about it if you win or lose it. Be graceful in defeat, and magnanimous in victory.

• Well Mannered - Maintaining a good attitude is essential. Childish and obnoxious behaviour is not tolerated, which includes abusive behaviour, swearing, etc.

• Support - Always provide help and advice wherever needed, if one would ask us how things work, we should treat them nicely and help them instead of saying things like RTFM.

• Code of Silence - We don't wish to be a clan known for whining. There will always be people like that flaming other people or even clans and WE WILL NOT be one of those. If someone flames you, don't argue or disrespect them or their clan in return, just ignore the person because they aren't worth your time and effort.

• Playtime - The most important thing: play when you can. Of course it is nice that you have the opportunity to play in a nice clan, but of course real life comes first!

• Availability - Let us know when you're available for practices / matches. We don't expect you to be there every day ;) Just don’t forget to tell other people when you are unable to come to a game or meeting.

Cao Cao - November 18th 2003

We survived 9 years with these rules, I suggest you stick to them as well.
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