[EU] [PvX] The Farstar Alliance - A Community for Adult Gamers
The Farstar Alliance is a guild where older MMORPG players can find a place to call home.
Where characters can group together, be it for PvE or PvP, without someone screaming at them that they broke the latest strategy, or they had to log out in the middle of things because the baby is crying.
Where people new to the game can ask questions, without being made to feel silly or like they are bothering the “Elite”.
Where the overriding sentiment is a willingness to help others, whether that's with quests, advice or crafting them some better kit, and where people who enjoy roleplaying their way through the game's content can do so without fear of being ridiculed (you want to watch all the cinematics and read all the quest dialog - you do it).
And above all, since a video game is not (and should not be) a second job, we want the guild to be a place where people play to have fun, and play only as long as they are still enjoying it.
If you are:
> A casual gamer
> An adult gamer with responsibilities
> Playing for fun
> Enjoying to help others
> Enjoy the occasional dungeon run
> Like to work out how to do things, sometimes the hard way
> Enjoy a mature 'adult' ambiance, along with a bit of light hearted banter
Then The Farstar Alliance is a guild you may like to join.
Who we are:
The Farstar Alliance was formed by the merger of four guilds in Star Wars: The Old Republic. We were already in contact in the game, and the four leaders decided to regroup to form a single, bigger guild, so that everybody would have an opportunity to experience the group content with likeminded players. Since a lot of our members gave Guild Wars 2 a try during the beta week ends, and many enjoyed the game thoroughtly, we naturally openened a chapter of our guild in that new game. The MMO history of our members goes back up to the early hours of Ultima Online.
Apologies to all but our website appears to be down this morning. Our forums have been pretty busy these past few days and I fear we have been the victims of our own success thus causing us to exceed our bandwidth limit.