Semi-casual.We are not "hardcore" players or a "raiding" focused guild. We have no intention to become one or implement any rules promoting this play-style. The guild has no requirements on event attendance, playtime, character level, or specific activity level. However, we pay to play this game and so take guild and game progression seriously when we are online. To help us maintain our roster and keep it up to date we only ask our members to avoid excessive periods of un-notified absence. (See rules for definition.)Polite.When we log in, we say hello. Just before we log, we say goodbye. When players say something in the guild channel, we reply.Helpful.To get the best out of this game, we often need help from other players. If a member asks for help, if we're not already doing something, we offer what help we can. If we can't help now, the least we will do is say when we can help. (The calendar on this web site can be a useful tool for organising specific activities.) What goes around comes around. (Help and be helped in return, see 'Together' below.)Together.The primary reason for a guild to exist is to bring people with common goals together in a community. A major part of guild community activity is grouping in game. We look for guild groups before we look outside for groups. Level is not a barrier to grouping. We make use of the mentoring system. As those we mentor will gain levels more quickly, so they will be in a position to help us sooner.Proud.We are proud to be members of a guild with a true community spirit. We do all we can to promote and maintain this spirit. We do not hide from who we are... so our members never use the /anonymous function in game, nor would we hide our guild cloak.