Sovereign - Major
Join date: 2010-04-16
Location: Sovereign Forums. Really!
|Subject: How to Join Sovereign - Application Process Thu Apr 22, 2010 10:27 pm|| |
How to join Sovereign
From visitor to membership in five steps & less than 15 minutes.
- Register with this forum --> Register
- An activation mail will be sent to your email. Click on the link in the mail to activate your account.
» Didn't receive the validation email? Check your spam/junk folder or re-sign up with a different email account.
Alternatively, you can go the Neutral Grounds section and request manual activation by opening a new thread.
- Once your account is activated, you will be able to browse through and post in several sections of the forum. Once you think you have seen enough and are ready to apply continue reading below.
» Visit this thread to clear your doubts, answer your questions and see if Sovereign is the place for you. Still not sure about joining? Feel free to read through our guides and interact with our members. You can also drop into our chatbox or GSC channel to chat with us. Take your time to familiarize yourself with the guild.
- If you have decided to join Sovereign, you will need to post an application in the Application Center Section of the forum. This only needs to be done once, so give it your best shot.
» Your application and the way you write it decides if you will get in. Read this thread for tips & advice to maximize your chances
» Use the template provided here.
- Your application will be reviewed within 24 hours once it is posted. If it is to our satisfactory, your application will be accepted and then you will be then be an official member of Sovereign. If it is not good enough yet you will receive a notice and have 24 hours to fix this. After that you will need to submit a really good application to make up for your denied first one.
» Please note that posting an application only needs to be done once and guarantees your stay with the guild and our in-game guilds (if signed in to the Roster)
"Remember, upon the conduct of each, depends the fate of all." - Alexander The Great