So you've heard that Guilds are the place to gather up a bunch of like-minded folks and take on the hazards of Nexus? Perhaps the Lemmings of the Light can provide the home you're looking for, particularly if you're planning on running as an Exile on an the Eko EU PvE server! We believe it's important that you understand a little bit about us before sharing a little bit about yourself. If you want to skip ahead, go and hit up our website http://lemmingsofthelight.net, and follow the links to apply there. Otherwise, please read on... Who we are Lemmings of the Light are a multi-game gaming community. Originally formed as a World of Warcraft guild back on 1 April 2005 (no joke!), we wanted to create a comfortable environment where people were treated fairly and equally, and all had the opportunity to pitch in. From our humble beginnings, we have grown to a stable community who meet across several different games. We're excited to bring our particular brand of gaming to WildStar. What makes us different? We offer a safe, friendly environment in which to share our experiences of our chosen games. We have a large variety of different gamers active in various games in our ranks, and an active management (officer) team who oversee the smooth running of the day-to-day operations. Within our games we schedule regular events that everyone has the opportunity to participate in. If you feel like taking a break from WIldStar, we have folks playing World of Warcraft, Diablo III, World of Tanks, DoTA, and lots of other games, including a different "Game of the Week" every week. Check out our calendar for an idea of the events that we schedule regularly. If you don't want to join the scheduled events, but just hang out and chat in our guild channels while playing alongside the rest of the guild, that's cool too. We're not going to force you to max out your character by a certain date, or to attend a certain percentage of scheduled events if you don't want to. Take things at your own pace, and help out your guild-mates when you can, and we'll all look after each other. What we want from you Our primary language for communication is English. This means that you should be able to read and communicate in English to a reasonable level. We're not looking for folks to have perfect English, but we also don't want to see too much text-speak or l33t-5p34k either! So long as you can write in sentences and know where your caps lock key is, we'll get along just fine. We're not about to discriminate against you on your age, sex, gender, race, nationality, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or any similar factor. That's not an issue to us. We want you to participate in the guild and have fun. That means that you log in frequently enough that people recognise your name, and that you're not so quiet in guild chat channels that nobody remembers if you've said anything or not. Our website forms the hub of our community, and you're encouraged to keep up with the latest guild information through our news posts and forums. We schedule events in our calendar, and you're welcome to sign up to them if you want to come along. While working through the levelling process we'll have regular Shiphand, Adventure and Dungeon sessions, building up to Attunement runs and Raids for those who like to do that kind of thing. We'll also pop some in-game social events in place as well, such as house parties and meet-ups in the game world. You're also welcome to use the calendar to organise your own events. If you fancy doing a bunch of challenges, or working through a particular zone and want some company, go ahead and pop an event in the calendar to see who else is interested! We want you to be civil and polite when you're wearing our guild emblem and name. Anything you do while you're part of our guild reflects on us as a community. So no swearing or trolling in public channels or when grouped with strangers, and you should avoid it in guild communication also. You can read more about the Code of Conduct on our website, and applying to our guild means you're signing up to that code. I'm interested - how do I join? Recruitment is open right now for all interested applicants. Head on over to our main community hub at http://lemmingsofthelight.net, and follow the links to our application form. Fill in the form and our team will discuss your application. We'll let you know if you're successful or not fairly quickly (normally within a few days). Sometimes we might need to chat a little more around certain points on the application just to be sure we're the right guild for you, and you're the right person for us. We're not so worried about what class, path, or role you're intending to run right now, so don't think that saying you're going to run as tank will get you any brownie points! We'll keep an eye on numbers as time goes on to see if we need to push for more of a particular role at any point. At launch, we'll be levelling from scratch along with everyone else. We'll form a social circle for the early access weekend, and the formal guild launch will happen shortly after (we need an officer to reach the right level and get to Thayd first!) Can I chat to someone before applying? Of course! You can drop a message to us via the website, via firstname.lastname@example.org or if you see Garvia online during the open beta, early access, or any other time, drop them a /whisper or in-game mail. See you on Nexus!