Installing Discord

Discord is the voice software we use to communicate while gaming as we finding it to be the most stable, reliable and adapatable piece of software out there right now.

Even if you don’t own a microphone or can’t speak, generally speaking if you join in on a guild activity (which we definitely encourage you to do), we do require people to be listening even if not speaking. This is especially important on trials, veteran dungeons and pvp.

There are two ways to use discord, on your web browser or via the app/program. I generally don’t suggest using it through the web browser as it can cause an array of issues and slow your computer speed, so I’m just going to explain how to download, install and use the app.

Start off by heading to Discord , once you’re there you should see 5 download options, I’ll assume you’re using windows for the purpose of this guide. Download it by clicking download now under windows and run the .exe once it’s downloaded.

It’s relatively straight forward to install, just run it, and when prompted just click next. You will most likely need to register an account if it’s your first time on discord.

Login or register a new account.

I suggest you use a real email address (even if not your main email), so that you can recover your password if needed. Once you’re in you should see a few helpful hints or tips to get you started. After you close those you should see a bar on the left hand side like this one.

Click on the + sign every time you want to add a new discord server.

It should look something like this:

Select “Join a Server”

You’ll need the invite link ready that we keep in our guild message of the day to join for the next part.

Copy in the html/link that we have in the guild message of the day here.

Once you’re in you’ll see on the left hand side an icon for our server, click on it and you’ll see a list of channels, go down to join one, and to edit any of your voice/notification settings.

At the very bottom click the cogwheel to edit your settings, such as push to talk and voice activate etc.

Guild Rules

These are designed to make sure everyone enjoys their experience while playing with us.

  1. This is a game, we are here to have fun. Our guild is here to help you accomplish your objectives, and keep things fun.
  2. Download and install Discord (at least listen even if you don’t speak).
  3. Please keep the chat in Discord and Guild Chat at a comfortable level.
  4. Join up with us during the regularly scheduled PvP/PvE times, as noted on this website.
  5. When we PvP – we work together.
  6. STAY ON THE CROWN and listen to instructions from the officers and the group leader.
  7. Work on your builds, and ask for help if needed!

About Anthem & Applying

Anthem started off as a small Aldmeri Dominion focused pvp guild running small organised events and slowly grew into a cross faction alliance guild that centres itself around trials, dungeons, pvp events of all three factions & trading.

We’re proud to say we do a little bit of everything but still keep our core focus on hard end game pve content such as vet trials as well as organised AD pvp and we’re accepting of everyone regardless of your experience, background or knowledge.

If you think you’d like like to apply to our little family on eso, then feel free to send an in game mail to any of the officers or message them in game to find out more.

If you’re just here to browse, then feel free to take advantage of our guides section, written by some of our top members with years of experience on eso.

Want to submit a build?

Please contact either @Horowonnoe or @Dessolate in game or on discord to submit your PVE or PVP build for the website.

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