Players have been flocking to World of Warcraft Classic since release, and plenty of them have already created their own guilds to join together with like-minded players.
When players with common agenda or way they want to play come together, they form an alliance, or what is called a guild in WoW.
Joining a guild can be pretty fun, and adds to the overall experience of playing World of Warcraft by letting you interact and make friends with other online players.
To make a guild in WoW Classic, players need to purchase a Guild Charter from an Alliance or Horde capital city for 10 silver.
After that, the player with the charter needs to get 10 signatures, from players they know and want to group up with and maybe even a few randoms to make it all the way to 10.
Once the guild is created the 10 player requirement goes out the window, and players are free to leave if they want to.
Leaving a guild in WoW Classic is extremely easy and it can all be done in a matter of seconds, all through the in-game chat bar.
To leave your guild - for whatever reason, we won't judge - you just type ‘/gquit’ into the chat bar, which will automatically remove you from whatever guild you're currently in.
In other WoW Classic news, Twitch streamer JokerdTV became the first player to reach Classic's level 60 level cap with his Gnome Mage on August 30.
More than 300,000 viewers watched Jokerd reach level 60, and they even prevented him from deleting the character and starting over from scratch.
Most players may not be level 60 yet like Jokerd, but a good guild can really help with leveling to get you to the coveted level cap and all the content that comes with it.
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