November 19, 2007

The Revelry and Honor Guild Hall

This is a bit overdue, but our guild hall is finally decorated so it’s time for a little tour!

The Revelry and Honor guild hall sits atop one of the hills on Keejay Cove.

It’s a Qalian style guild hall, with a great view of Skawlra Rock nearby.

Construction lasted several long and arduous weeks.

It was a great feeling when we opened our doors for the first time!

Here is a view of the entry hall. I love the tilework in here.

A view of the heroes – Idaria, Jerric Targonor, and Elia.

Our version of carving initials onto a tree.

Here is the guild kitchen. Don’t ask why there is a bed in the background.

The guild bar. The tipped over cup is my fault!

Guild dining hall. Screenshot was taken from the stage. Dinner Theater!

Cozy dining areas overlooking the kitchen and bar.

The Guild Library

Here’s an interesting room. It’s the guild training room and test of agility. Those who can carefully hop from table to table, and reach the end of the course, can open a chest and discover a prize! (Guildies only atm) Thanks to Pawz for desiging this fun!

Here is the Revelry and Honor Council room, where we discuss very serious business. Very. Serious. What I really love about this room are the three maps of Telon that Dunthain designed. You can see them on the back wall of the room. Very creative!

Here is the study, where our diplomats hone their parley skills.

The guys’ barracks…

And the girls’ room! We win!

Here’s another shot of it, because it’s such a cool room.

This is my favorite room – the den!

Lastly, here are a few guildies during a recent “Name that tune – 80′s song” contest, organized by Weatus. The chandelier was a great hang out spot…until I sorta tipped it back and forth using the Move Item ability. I wish I had fraps so I could show the tumbling guildies.

There are so many who deserve thanks for their role in our achievement. We had many guildies contributing in the effort, from farming diplomacy pages, to harvesting, to donating coin for purchase and upkeep. We had a few who really made the difference, and deserve a big thanks. Drax was a real diplomacy hero, and we were lucky to have him not only help out with the diplomacy pages, but also come join our guild. Rancorr and Ciridan were our crafting heroes, both working tirelessly to gain the skills needed for crafting much of the hall – and then putting in a ton of time making stuff! Thanks also to the decorating skills of Andaraiel, Dunthain, Torradan, and Pawz. We also met a lot of nice guilds, and we appreciate working together with them as we combined our efforts to build our halls. Special thanks to Sacred Haven, The Burning Legion, Shadowfire, and Order of the Hammer. We were glad to have helped them out and we appreciate their help in return.

Posted by jayernh under Archive,Vanguard General | Comments (6)

6 Comments »

  1. I continue to be amazed by the graphics of Vanguard and these screen shots definately highlight some of the detail.

    Congrats on the guild hall… and a very nice job on all of the decorating!

    Comment by rao — November 20, 2007 @ 12:15 pm

  2. –OMG– O.O
    waouw that’s so fantastic !!

    A big Congratulations to you and your Guild !!

    ./bow

    Comment by Morra — November 22, 2007 @ 1:08 pm

  3. Nice shots. I love the round door. I’ve always had a soft spot for circular architecture ever since I first picked up Tolkien. The flower beds at the foot of the bunks give that room quite the “girly” touch! Heh heh.

    Comment by Lucifrank — November 24, 2007 @ 12:20 am

  4. Any truth to the rumor that you’ve started playing in EQ2 again? If so, join Antonia_Bayle.bloggers and say hello! And if chat channels spread to VG like they do between EQ1 and EQ2, sign in from VG :)

    Comment by Tipa — December 6, 2007 @ 1:11 pm

  5. Cool pics. Cool guild. :)

    Comment by Sanjaya — December 28, 2007 @ 7:58 pm

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