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8-10-2011 @ 7:42PM
I didn't know you could change the name of your guild. Is this new?
8-10-2011 @ 7:46PM
The name can be changed by a GM when the Guild is flagged for a name-change by having a name that doesn't line up with the EULA and/or ToS (guild name in leet speak, having something innapropriate, referencing outside trademarks, etc).
8-10-2011 @ 8:25PM
They also mentioned something about a paid service for guild name changes. Considering that there is already a system in place to handle that exact thing for guild names that violate the naming policy, it should be a pretty easy thing to add. It could easily come with the next patch.
8-10-2011 @ 8:30PM
Or.... If you move your guild to a server where a guild with the same name already exists? Huh? Maybe....?
8-10-2011 @ 9:10PM
Right now you can petition for a "one time per account" guild name change. I can see the guild name change being a $10 fee or so. Because it's so hard for them to do that. /eyeroll. I can see them wanting to deter people from abusing it but come on, is it too much to ask for one free customization per account per 12 months of paid subscriptions? I think that would go a LONG way with valued customers.
8-11-2011 @ 8:08AM
Actually, I petitioned for a guild name change (on EU-Turalyon) a couple of weeks back and was told by the GM that "currently, unfortunately we don't offer this service".
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