Basic expectation of humanity
Nobody is perfect. Diversity makes us strong. Please refrain from using language that could potentially alienate other guild-members. We take pride in making members feel welcome and one of the easiest ways to undermine our good-will is through the use of racial/ethnic slurs, sexist comments, or comments meant (and sometimes even those not-meant) to draw negative attention to the differences among us as human-beings. Remember that on the other end of every headset is a person with their own thoughts on the world and their own daily struggles. We all look to this game and guild as a place where we can be ourselves, relax, and have fun! Again, we don’t expect perfection- but if you repeatedly offend others it will be noticed very quickly and much like on the playground…. the other kids just won’t want to play with you anymore. Please help Anthem continue to be a place of safety, camaraderie, and happiness for all members.
If it’s the day-time, try to keep the chat PG-13. Though we are mostly adults, many of our members have children. If a guild-member is in discord using the “push-to-talk” feature (strongly encouraged), it means that children may be hearing what you are saying without you knowing. Again, we don’t expect everyone to be perfect; just try to control yourself. At night this guideline becomes much more relaxed. How can I tell what people are doing online at a given-time?:
First, check the Anthem website’s calendar and message of the day in-game. Next, type “G” ingame and select the second tab for “roster’ to see what zone of Tamriel everyone is in. This can give you a hint at what individual guild members are up to. If that doesn’t work of you, then check discord to see which channel we are in. However, just seeing a large group in the channel labelled “Dungeons” does NOT always necessarily mean that everyone is in the same dungeon. If a group is started for one activity, but stays together for a number of runs, quests, or pledges we may forget to switch channels each time. We do try to keep this organized with decent success, but you’ll get the hang of it after a few weeks. If you want to do a particular thing in-game, go ahead and type a request in guild-chat.
Example: I see everyone in the channel for AD PvP, but when I joined the channel half of the group is in the IC sewers and half is leveling in old Orsinium. I wanted to do PvP, but I also really need to finish the Spindleclutch dungeon.
In all likelihood, someone else who is leveling a new character will want to do that dungeon as well- but hasn’t found the group for it at the right time yet. By typing your request in chat, or joining our IC Sewers group for a while and then bringing your suggestion (Spindleclutch) up in discord when we are not in combat you will probably be able to get a good, dedicated group together more effectively than you would with “ESO group-finder”.