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    Default Guilds with orc hosts and their requirements!

    Since there are so many gm here, could you please list your requirements?
    Just being curious, what does it take to join a guild with orc host.
    Assuming the player is level 1.5k
    And what is the max dmg a person can do on orc host?
    For Orc hordes, different guilds have different caps, from 12m to 15m. (essentially a 150m stamina affair for some guys if it crits.)
    Last edited by baoyutaohuagong; 12-14-2017 at 02:09 PM.

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    Be active, respect our rules in monsters and battles.

    You should join our conquest monsters but also help in guild battles. My guild at least does not have strict stat requirements.

    We limit hosts to 40 million damage (and we also limit who can join what monster) . As far as I am aware full loot is at 38 million.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AyameNoop View Post
    you should give Aki Warriors 2 a try

    We limit hosts to 40 million damage (and we also limit who can join what monster)
    hmm they have a queue system on when it is someone's turn to hit a monster

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    Yes, so that everyone can hit all the monsters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baoyutaohuagong View Post
    hmm they have a queue system on when it is someone's turn to hit a monster
    This is a good thing.

    Your place is guaranteed, when it's your turn.
    As such, your damage is guaranteed too, so long as you hit it enough.
    Your loot is maximised.
    There's no rush to refill, potion, or save stamina 'Just in case' the next summon is something useful to you.


    My main is in a guild that has a queue system: I like it. I don't have to rush myself when my turn comes around, I have ~5 days to get my effort together. My damage is limited to optimal loot levels. If I over stretch myself and I decide to drop out, then the next person in the queue gets a go instead.

    My iOS mini is in a guild which doesn't have a queue system, I routinely lose out on good loot, because there are no clear enforced rules on high demand monsters.
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