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  • Guild Name Changes

    For as long as guilds have been around, the name of the guild as originally created has been sacrosanct. There are many guilds who have lived with names that were misspelled or use grammatically incorrect punctuation. The only way to change it was to give up your record and create a new guild and start over from scratch, something many guilds are not willing to do.

    Today, I heard, and then verified, that the guild previously known as Club has successfully changed their name to �� Fight Club ��. Rumor has it that an email to the devs is all that is needed to change the guild name.

    I have long thought that it might be a good option for a guild to be able to change their name, but at a price and with a time restrictions. For example, a guild would be allowed to change their name once a year, and the cost to change might be something like an accumulation of guild coin donations or FP donations from a certain percentage of the membership of the guild. I would have suggested the cost in terms of gold, like that used for creations of a guild to begin with, but the gazillions of gold each player owns is pretty worthless these days.

    A guild's name was an important factor in many merger discussions, in which I've been involved ... where the merger was actually ... "you join us" type discussions. Changing the guild name was an option never available if two or more guilds wanted to join forces but didn't want to give up their guild identity/affiliation.

    In any event, is it a good thing that guilds can change their name, merely by asking "pretty please"?
    Last edited by MOMsterJW; 01-12-2017, 05:54 AM. Reason: Guild name, CLUB

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    Originally posted by MOMsterJW View Post
    In any event, is it a good thing that guilds can change their name, merely by asking "pretty please"?
    I think so yes... I would go so far as to say your idea of guild donation name changes is awesome and should be implemented. I was unaware that you could get a guild name change through e-mail. Seems like a process when they could make it available in game.

    Good info, thank you, and great suggestion
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    • #3
      Seems like Fight Club has a new guild name too.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MOMsterJW View Post
        Today, I heard, and then verified, that the guild previously known as Club has successfully changed their name to �� Fight Club ��. Rumor has it that an email to the devs is all that is needed to change the guild name.
        Originally posted by Tripping View Post
        Seems like Fight Club has a new guild name too.
        OP totally already said that

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        • #5
          I thought this thread was the one started by Falco

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          • #6
            Originally posted by MOMsterJW View Post
            In any event, is it a good thing that guilds can change their name, merely by asking "pretty please"?
            It's happened before. Several times.
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            • #7
              Does that mean that for a mere email request Pyscho Monster Killers could go Psycho? Or Harbringers of Chaos could become Harbingers? Maybe the phoenix resurrection could revive their missing "r". The Army of Angel's might designate what possession belongs to Angel? Odin might relinquish his Thunder to Thor, the Thunder God?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ginger The Hutt View Post
                It's happened before. Several times.
                I don't know all the guilds though I have captured data about guilds and our battles for four years and really haven't seen guild name changes like this before. Which "several" have managed it? And, more to the point, does the fact that it has happened ad all answer the question? Is it a good thing that guilds can change their guild name, merely by asking "pretty please"?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ginger The Hutt View Post
                  It's happened before. Several times.
                  You just hush. That was one of the most heated threads I ever read on this forum. let's not revisit it, or spark a new one to take it's place.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by MOMsterJW View Post
                    For as long as guilds have been around, the name of the guild as originally created has been sacrosanct. There are many guilds who have lived with names that were misspelled or use grammatically incorrect punctuation. The only way to change it was to give up your record and create a new guild and start over from scratch, something many guilds are not willing to do.

                    Today, I heard, and then verified, that the guild previously known as Club has successfully changed their name to �� Fight Club ��. Rumor has it that an email to the devs is all that is needed to change the guild name.

                    I have long thought that it might be a good option for a guild to be able to change their name, but at a price and with a time restrictions. For example, a guild would be allowed to change their name once a year, and the cost to change might be something like an accumulation of guild coin donations or FP donations from a certain percentage of the membership of the guild. I would have suggested the cost in terms of gold, like that used for creations of a guild to begin with, but the gazillions of gold each player owns is pretty worthless these days.

                    A guild's name was an important factor in many merger discussions, in which I've been involved ... where the merger was actually ... "you join us" type discussions. Changing the guild name was an option never available if two or more guilds wanted to join forces but didn't want to give up their guild identity/affiliation.

                    In any event, is it a good thing that guilds can change their name, merely by asking "pretty please"?
                    There was another thread about guild name changes when Titans UK became Titans. Kore mentioned that he had left the ability to change names, it was originally meant for explicit/obscene guild names but the current devs seem ok with changing names, for now anyway.

                    Originally posted by Padaxan
                    You know ETA's are a fool hearty exercise. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOON.

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                    • #11
                      Thought you needed favor points to change your name? not that its a big deal i suppose.
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                      • #12
                        Oh wait nevermind i missed the word *guild* :P
                        Feel free to add me - D96CFA

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                        • #13
                          Hmmm... I could turn my phone upside down and make us ~^o^~
                          ~VoV~

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Yakushin View Post
                              There was another thread about guild name changes when Titans UK became Titans. Kore mentioned that he had left the ability to change names, it was originally meant for explicit/obscene guild names but the current devs seem ok with changing names, for now anyway.
                              Yah, Kore said it was possible to change guild names. So we wrote to Devs.


                              I do understand the legacy of a guild name (misspelled or not)...it is a brand. But taking the UK off Titans doesn't make much of a difference. It was purely to show we are an international guild now.

                              And Fisters.....well, same thing. They were always "Fight Club" adding a word and taking out an emoji isn't a big deal.
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