NOTE: This is fake. Hello people of the Internet, Today I'm happy to introduce Guilds! Okay, what does this mean? Players are now able to create their own Guild. When doing so they can earn Guild Points and Guild EXP after winning games. Let me go through some simple commands: /guild create /guild join [Guild Name] /guild list /guild leave /guild invite [Name] /guild stats /guild management /guild hall /guild kick /guild trade [Name] /guild dismiss (Points will not be refunded) /guild bank /guild account /guild pay [amount] Guild Creation Players with an Lapiz or up will have the ability to create a guild by typing /guild create. Any player, with the requirements said above, has the ability to create only one Guild. Guilds with offensive and inappropriate names will be punished accordingly. The player will lose the ability to create a new Guild for a decent amount of time, or if that player doesn't learn his lesson it will result in a permanent loss of the creating Guilds Perk. It may even result into a Guild Ban. After the player activated the command an GUI will pop-up with an confirmation if the player really wants to create a Guild. The player then, if he agrees, will have to pay 2500 points for the Creation of his Guild. After the buying process is over another GUI will pop-up asking for to name the Guild. An 26 Character max seems fine to me. Guilds will be set to invitations only from default. Meaning that players can only join the Guild if they got an invitation from their Leader or Secretary. Any non-ranker will be able join any Guild if they got invited or if it's public. Guild List The Guild List will provide the top 100 Guilds which each Guild being the head of the Owner. After you hover over a Guild it will say the amount of EXP, amount of Points and Members. Guilds will be represented by the Leader's head. So you'll only see heads when you activate the command /guild list. Similar to Freebuild's Top Plots System. The Guild List will also show the current ranking of your Guild, it's EXP, amount of Points and Members. It should be located on one of the bottom corners of the GUI. Guild Management The Leader and Secretary of a Guild will have access to Guild Management. Guild Management is basically the place where you set the options for your guild and manage your ranks. Here you will have access to whether your going will be invites only or public. And you will also have the option to give people certain ranks inside a guild. Leader: The Leader is the player whom created the Guild. He's the only player with access to every Guild Permission. If the Leader steps down or leaves the Guild then the oldest Secretary becomes the Leader. There can only be one Leader inside a Guild. Secretary: The Secretary is basically an Admin, Secretaries just have less permissions. For example: giving players Secretary and Leader Rank and kicking Secretaries and the Leader. They are simply CO-Leaders. There can be multiple Secretaries inside a Guild. Builder: Builders are players who got permission to build inside the Guild Hall plot of their Guild. Builders only have this permission. They aren't really special. Member: Members are Guild Members. They can compete for the Guild and earn Guild EXP and Guild Points. Simple! New Member: New Members are members whom haven't been a part of the guild for more than 3 days. No one can set a players Rank to New Members unless that player is really new. Permissions Now I will go over all the permissions Guild Members get. Some may sound confusing and some will be explained later in this thread. Permission to kick players: Leader and Secretaries.(Secretaries are not able to kick players with the same the rank or above them) Permission to invite players: Leader and Secretaries. Permission to leave Guild: Every Guild member. Permission to build inside the Guild Hall: Leader, Secretaries, Builders. Permission to use /guild list: Every Guild member. Permission to use /guild hall: If the Guild Hall is already created then every Guild member is able to access it. If it's not yet created then the Leader will have to unlock it and finish the Guild Hall Quest. Permission to use /guild stats: Every Guild member. Earn Guild EXP and Guild Points: Every Guild member. Permission to use the Guild Store: Every Guild member after the Guild Hall Quest is completed. Permission to use the Grand Exchange: Every Guild member after the Guild Hall Quest is completed. Permission to use /guild management: Leader and Secretaries. Permission to use /guild dismiss: Leader. Permission to name someone a Secretary: Leader. Permission to buy a Guild Hall: Leader. Permission to use /guild trade: Every Guild member is allowed to trade with fellow Guild members only. Permissions to use /guild stats: Every Guild member. Permissions to use /guild bank: Every Guild member. Access to Guild's Bank Account: Leader. Access to Guild Arena: Every Guild Member. Guild Points and Guild EXP Guild Points and Guild EXP can be earned after winning a game as told earlier. When a player earns Guild Points it won't go to its Guild but to its Account. Meaning that the Amount of Guild Points is different for each Guild member. But players are able to pay their guild by typing /guild pay [amount]. This will give the set amount of Guild Points into the Guild Bank Account which is only accessible by the Guild Leader. This could come in handy since many 'Guild Upgrades' are very expensive. Guild EXP in the other hand is will be directly sent into the Guild. Meaning that if a player leaves the Guild the EXP won't be lost. So choose wisely which Guild you join. Guild Hall The Guild Hall can only be unlocked by the Guild Leader. For that he will have to spend 2500 Guild Points. And after the unlocking process is finished he will have to do the Guild Hall Quest, which can be considered HARD CORE. After finishing the Guild Hall Quest the player and his Guild will have access to it's Guild Hall. They also get access to the Guild Bank, Guild Store, Grand Exchange and Guild Arena. The Guild hall is basically a place to talk, meet and have fun as a Guild. Any kind of inappropriate and offensive builds or behavior could result into the Guild getting banned. Normal Server rules still apply. Guild Hall Quest Spoiler: Inspired by Now the Guild Hall Quest. The Guild Hall Quest is a simple mini quests which will require 5 Guild Members to participate. It won't start until 5 Guild Members joined. If you already unlocked the Guild Hall and you haven't succeeded that Guild Hall Quest then you could always try again. Now let me explain how the Guild Hall Quest will look like: After the Guild Leader begins the Quest every online Guild member will get an invite to join him. As said before the minimum for this 'quest' is five player and there is no maximum. When the quest begins every player will get full Iron Armor and an Iron Sword with 2 Gold Apples. Also the gamemode will be set to Hardcore. Meaning no regenaration until you finish the quest. The player will spawn on a road that leads to some huge ruins in the distance. The Guild will need to follow the road and clear all mobs in the area. When all mobs are gone a miniboss will appear in the middle of the ruins. (Possibly a wither with 1/4 of it's health and without the ability to fly) The Guild will then have to defeat the miniboss and claim its Guild Hall. After claiming the Guild Hall players will get the ability to access the Guild Arena (A place where players can PvP with custom kits), the Grand Exchange, the Guild Store and the Guild Bank. Also the Guild will have the ability to costumize and build their Guild Hall to their liking. (Only those Guild members with permission of course.) The Guild Bank The Guild Bank is basically the place where all the Resources, Items and maybe even Cosmetics that Members don't need or don't want are stored. Any Guild Member will have access to the Guild Bank so be careful what you put there as a Member may take it. You could compare it to a public chest. The Guild Store The Guild Store is basically the best place to spend your points. There you can buy Boosters, Unique Cosmetics, Guild Expansions in member and plot sizes and many more. The Guild Store's currency will be (easy to guess) Guild Points! Possible ideas for Cosmetics: Spoiler https://www.cubecraft.net/threads/cubecrafts-vanity-update.187289/ https://www.cubecraft.net/threads/miniatures-and-where-to-find-them.185107/ Boosters: Boosters will give the whole Guild more Normal EXP, Points, Guild Points, Guild EXP when activated. These are the following boosters: Double Points (1 hour) [3000 Guild Points] Double EXP (1 hour) [3000 Guild Points] Double Guild Points (2 hours) [3000 Guild Points] Double Guild EXP (2 hours) [3000 Guild Points] Guild Resources Guild Resources are basically blocks and items that can be placed and used inside the Guild Hall. For example Swords, Wooden Planks, Iron gear, Stone, etc. these can be used to play in the Guild Arena or to decorate the Guild Hall. Resources are fairly cheap and can be bought from the Guild Store or Grand Exchange. Grand Exchange Spoiler: Inspired by http://runescape.wikia.com/wiki/Grand_Exchange The Grand Exchange will give Guild Members the ability to trade Resources or Cosmetics(obtained through Cubelets or the Guild Store) with other Guilds and Players for Guild Points. It's basically an auction house where player can ask for specific items, Cosmetics or Resources. And sell specific items, Cosmetics or Resources. ----------------- Sorry for the lack of pictures. They take a while to make and are honestly very tiresome. I hope everyone like/agrees with my suggestion. Chalas! ----------------- Coming Soon: Quests!