Guild:The Dragons Of Eisengard
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The Dragons Of Eisengard [DoE]
|The Dragons Of Eisengard [DoE]|
|No. of members||(35+)Active members|
|Forums||Guild Forum http://doe.forumup.co.uk|
The Dragons of Eisengard [DOE] takes a relaxed approach to gaming, preferring to simply enjoy every minute of Guild Wars time and play the game with a constant smile. DOE members do all they can to make each other feel at home and experience the game with a deep sense of belonging. As such, recruitment is an open process, and membership stretches from Europe to America with very young gamers and grandparents alike. Several family members have even recruited one another. The guild started in Guild Wars and does not have an organized presence in other games, though there are plans to move into Guild Wars 2.
One of DOE's in-game triumphs is the first time they finished the Tomb of the Primeval Kings with a team of five members. It is now a favored area, and DOE groups enter it regularly. While the Fissure of Woe and Eye of the North dungeons are other favorite game areas. The guild enjoys additional replayability in any mission in the original Guild Wars campaign.
Most of the guild members have gamed together since Guild Wars released, so they are intimately familiar with the tricks and builds required for the first chapter, and those missions have nostalgia value. Guild members agree: Thunderhead Keep is a particular favorite. Kelras Stonebrood, former guild leader, remembers doing it six times in two days to help different guild members complete it after they found little success with pick-up-groups. What better way to spend your time than killing Mursaat?
The Dragons of Eisengard recalls that their most embarrassing moment was a journey to the world of GvG.
"We had, at the time, a couple of players really interested and experienced in GvG, but with our guild being mainly a PvE-based guild there were not many other experienced members. However, in the true spirit of DOE, we formed a team of eight willing volunteers. After talking tactics and sorting builds we ventured into one of our first GvG matches. All went well and we proved victorious against what turned out to be a similar guild with little GvG experience. With spirits high and thinking we could now take on the world we attempted a second match. The rank of this second guild was much higher than the first (top 100, in fact) but our spirits were not to be dampened by this or their comments of 'for 50k each we will let you guys win.' It took all of four minutes and 46 seconds before we were defeated, bringing us back down to earth. The victorious guild members were actually very gracious afterwards in their victory. This was certainly a lesson in the way some guilds approach GvG, but it was not our greatest moment."
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|The Dragons Of Eisengard Alliance|
|Leader||The Dragons Of Eisengard|
|Members||Heros Of The Rose • Winds Of Revenge • Free Spirits United • Old Phartes Alliance • Gamers World Radio|