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In DBO I stopped Lvling and
I think if you take time to care for your members and help them along then you can't go wrong
When i say train, I mean to train. Teach the younger players how the game works, and how to build a good build. Speaking English was the starting point back in DBO. That in it self helped keep everyone together. I was teaching my new guild members ( same class) Combos along with what RP spheres should be put into what, Stun , more dmg, ext. It was fun, and my members had alot of fun. I all so helped then on UD's and TMQ's. I was devoting my game time to help my guild members out, Thats why i stopped lvling. at lvl 50 you could help with most things with out over powering it.
So you didn't make it to max lvl and want to train people? Right..
Well mostly in DBO, people would come on DBO website and check tutorials from DBO Veterans or make even topic.DBO isn't hard to get, it is too easy.One more, you can't help other people if you sucks.You need to get right build, class you like, gear you need and get lvl cap.How would you help someone if you die every time?
We are actually 2 guilds merging together and yes you can get succes in the game as friends doing ud and tmqs, thats the hole point of gaming together. CC comes when CC has to come.
Yeah, well nice and good luck.Tell me one thing, why logo is kinda like legacy one and why that name?https://twitter.com/kge_rO.O
So instead of leveling up to the max and actually get experience (since end game is the most important part) you stop at lvl 50 to teach your guild mates the basic stuff that they can learn with one simple google search. Way to go you. Also if you didn't even reach cap why df did you have a guild?