Memoirs of a New EQ2 Guild Leader

October 15, 2007

Viral Rage – Guild Level 15

Filed under: EQ2 — lishian @ 5:20 pm

After nearly two weeks, Viral Rage has hit guild level 15. We were very close to reaching it yesterday and after turning in my completed ‘In Service and Honour’ Heritage Quest, it pushed us from guild level 14 to 15. This is a great moment for a new guild! We are now able to display our guild colors in the form of a cloak.

It took us nearly a half hour to decide which was ours. Initally, we had our minds set on the skull pattern. We tested umteen million color combinations and were almost set on taking an orange skull with a black background, but as I was getting the coin from the bank, I saw two different guilds with the same pattern. I don’t want to be generic guild number 1,203 that is set to fail before its one month birthday. We aren’t a generic guild and we’re going to be a great guild! In a mere two weeks, we have 30+ unique accounts and we have raided Commonlands and Darklight Woods nearly every night. We need something to call our own. The Freeps need to recognize who just slaughtered them as we run from their pixel corpse. After a few more links, we found OUR colors — a black cloak with a blood red crescent moon. This cloak had Viral Rage written all over it and it is the best cloak I have ever seen.

I had to share this proud moment with everyone.

Thanks for reading!

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2 Comments »

  1. Pictures or it didn’t happen.

    Comment by tipa — October 17, 2007 @ 1:37 pm

  2. 😛

    Comment by lishian — October 17, 2007 @ 3:45 pm


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