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1-23-2012 @ 3:09PM
A guild hall would be absolutely amazing, i would love to hang Deathwing's head on my guilds guild hall. Not totally un-doable either and would really add a lot to the game for me
1-23-2012 @ 3:38PM
Agreed. My first MMO experience was with City of Heroes, and one thing I loved there was the ability to create and customize Supergroup bases. (Their version of guilds...)It could also be a huge gold sink, if you allowed players to invest money to create bigger and better halls, increase amenities, and add more eye candy. Add in prestige by creating items that are only available once certain guild achievements are met (Why, yes, that is Deathwing's head hanging on our wall; that's an interesting story...) and you've got a recipe for really creating something special.Not to mention the added benefit that any system that let you build stuff like that could easily have a smaller scale version for player housing.Gah, seriously Blizzard, why haven't you done this yet!?!
1-23-2012 @ 5:22PM
Excellent idea, let a guild build up their Guild Hall over time AND THEN LET VISITORS SEE IT!Allow guildies (over a certain rep level?) to invite others into the Guild Hall for short intervals (5mins?) where they can look around the place and talk in /say but not use any of the amenities (vendors, portals etc).Even better, allow an "open house" or "happy hour" period where the Guild Hall is left open for anyone to enter and look around (again, no use of amenities).Would LOVE to see something like this implemented! :)
1-23-2012 @ 6:56PM
@DaSandman - That would be incredible. "I do hope that you're enjoying yourself during your visit, old chap. I simply MUST show you our - I apologize, do you need a new glass of wine? Jeffrey, our butler, will sort you out immediately. As I was saying, I simply MUST show you our epeen. It's right over here on this next wall, so please keep up."
1-23-2012 @ 7:56PM
@SteakI read that in my head with Stephen Frys voice. I want. Want want want.
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