An association of men belonging to the same class, or engaged in kindred pursuits, formed for mutual aid and protection; a business fraternity or corporation; as, the Stationers' Guild; the Ironmongers' Guild. They were originally licensed by the government, and endowed with special privileges and authority.
a group of species found in the same place that share the same food resource. Example: the lizard species of a sand dune that feed on insects. [GBA
A group of people who gather together to do research on a period topic. Some examples include Cooks' Guild, Storytellers' Guild, and Calligraphers' Guild. Guilds which are officialy recognized by the barony have a vote on Council.
A guild is an organized group of players, sort of like a club. A guild can chat together, using the guild chat feature, even if all the members are in different places in the game. Guilds often go on hunting trips together, have events, and help each other with quests and fights. My guild has a very friendly, close-knit atmosphere; I always enjoy spending time with the Lunas.
A group of organisms that share a common food resource.
A group of species that is competing for resources.
A group of individuals which meet to study or practice a period art or science
a formal association of people with similar interests; "he joined a golf club"; "they formed a small lunch society"; "men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today"
a body of men associated together under oath for a common purpose
a formally recognized group of players who are friends, have common interests, and/or simply enjoy playing together
a friendly group of players who are kind of all in one large group, but nothing really doing the same thing
a group of individuals with similar careers who band together for the betterment of all of the members
a group of members who come together to share skill, knowledge, or some other specific thing
a group of organisms having a similar morphology, and exploiting the same food resources, living the same life-style and in the same environment, but which are not necessary related
a group of people joined together by a common cause
a group of people, not one person
a group of people that play a game together (or several), they do quests, perform raids and chat together
a group of people who share similar interests
a group of taxa (a fuzzy set) or life stages that exploits the same class of ecological resources in a similar way (e
a group, or club, meant to unite people that share the same interests or tastes
a learning hall for a specialized art or skill
a location you gain access to after completing a certain quest or reaching a certain level in a skill
an association of people of the same trade or pursuits (with a similar skill or
an exciting social and networking group whose main function is to support the needs of CASA through awareness, community involvement and fundraising
an organized group of individual with like beliefs, skills, or occupations
a place specific to a class type, where you can train skills, be assigned certain quests (in the future), and purchase certain NPC items
a professional online multiplayer gamers group
a special interest club
a group or association of kindred pursuits or having a common interest.
A group of people who do the same thing who create rules to make sure that the products they make are the same high quality.
An association of, in this case, groups of insect species with similar feeding habits.
(with a lower case "g" An group of people organized to promote the study and practice of some particular Art or Science.
(with a captial "G" An organization chartered in a groups to promote the study and practice of some particular Art or Science. See the Charter.
A group of species, possibly unrelated taxonomically, that exploit overlapping resources.
An association of players, larger and more permenant than a group, possessing its own method of organization and communication. - To invite someone to a guild.
a larger form of a Group. Association of people with similar interests or pursuits (read tutorial)
Student organisation providing students with opportunities for a wider range of education experiences, including recreation, sporting, social, intellectual, cultural, and community conscious pursuits.
an association or club of people with a similar interest or cause
A group of artisans or craftspeople who are interested in sharing information about and promoting a particular art. Guilds are non-selective -- anyone can join! Atlantia has several kingdom-wide guilds in which several local folks participate; you might be interested in Arachne's Web (lacemakers' guild), The Atlantian Embroiderers' Guild, Known Whorl Spinners, L'Academie Atlantienne de la Danse, St. Anne's Guild of Clothiers, and La Compagnia dei Maestri del Vetro (glassworkers' guild).
a group of species that use the same resource in a similar way.
A formal association of players formed in EQOA that grants those players additional features, such as the guild chat channel.
An organization chartered in one or more kingdoms to promote the study and practice of some particular Art or Science.
A guild is an association of persons of the same trade, interests or pursuits, formed to protect mutual interests and maintain standards of morality or conduct. ( other definitions)
A group of people from a variety of communities who share a similar profession and choose to work together to provide training, share information, and maintain knowledge
A group of species with similar ecological niches; the planktivorous fishes would constitute an estuarine species guild.
A guild is an association of craftspeople in a particular trade. The earliest guilds are believed to have been formed in India circa 3800 BC, and though they are not as commonplace as they were a few centuries ago, many guilds continue to flourish around the world today.