World of Warcraft clans, or guilds as they are also known, are groups of people who get together for some reason or other, mostly because you do have certain advantages in having a large number of people by your side if ever you need them.
There’s also the little fact that if you’re part of one of the World of Warcraft clans you always have the ability to ask your guildmates any questions about the game to help you through it.
To become part of any of the World of Warcraft clans you have two options available to you. You can either, form a guild of your own, or you can ask to join an already existing guild.
If it’s the former you will find that there are a few things that you will need to do before you can form your own guild. These are listed below.
To form World of Warcraft clans you will need to first find an NPC (Non-Playable Character) Guildmaster who can give you a guild charter. You will then need to add a minimum of 10 players to this charter, including yourself, and then return the charter to the same Guildmaster you received it from.
After you complete this process to creating your very first of World of Warcraft clans, you can then go about the business of finding a suitable name for your clan. You might find that you need to go through quite a few before you will be able to find one that you like.
With over 8 million players worldwide most of the names you think of for your guild are probably already in use! Your World of Warcraft clans name also needs to be something that is not offensive otherwise it can be renamed and/ or your clan disbanded.
After going through all of that you can then go about the business of creating a clan tabard. This can only be done by approaching a guild creation NPC who can help you to purchase and create your tabard.
You will then need to put down a further 10 gold pieces in order to unlock the tabard. With World of Warcraft clans you also have the option of using private chat channels to be able to speak with your guild members privately.
To join World of Warcraft clans which are already formed you will need to receive an invitation, or you can put in a request to join that clan. And if you find that you don’t like that particular guild you can always leave it and look for another one to join.
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