May 04, 2015, 09:06:40 pm
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Welcome to the Order of the Rose-Croix
We are a friendly online gaming group for adults, established in October 2001. We mostly play massively mulitplayer online games, some of which have included Everquest 2, Planetside, Guild Wars 2 and of course World of Warcraft. We also play non-MMO online together, for example Path of Exile.
We are always open to hearing from new players that may like to join us. We promote fair and friendly play styles and do not tolerate trolling or grief based play. Please refer to our Guide to Applying if you are interested in joining us. Please note that our application rules may change from time to time. We also generally only accept new members that are 18 years old or over.
We are currently interested in the following games:
We may also be interested in:
Thank you for visiting ORC, we look forward to playing with you.
ORC is recruiting for the following games
The Elder Scrolls Online
Everquest Next and Landmark
April 09, 2015, 09:16:19 am by Wivelrod
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You need to friend me on Rockstar Social Club so I can invite.
And yes, there was not enough characters to allow the full "Order of the...", so it is shortened to Rose-Croix. And the tag HAS to be FOUR characters, so I elected to add the X of Croix, making ORCX.
June 21, 2014, 02:38:41 pm by Management | Views: 56 | Comments: 4
Times are changing and so should ORC. Gone are the days in which there was only a handful of online games to choose from and only a couple of guilds to decide between. These days the market is flooded with online only games and the whole meaning of the word Guild has changed dramatically. Before it was a place to meet like minded people, a long term commitment just like the game you were playing, an online place to hang out with those you like. Now there are tons of hangout spaces online and with people shifting between games faster and faster a guild is something you want easy access to. This does not mean that ORC should give up on its values, on the contrary, nowadays it might be even more important to stick to them to stand out amongst the many guilds looking for players. This does however mean that we need to approach our recruitment in a slightly different manner lowering the barrier of entry while maintaining those values that make ORC the community that it is.
That is why the officers have decided the following: We will drop the initial application requirement. Most people you meet that are looking for a guild will be in the game anyway and 'invite on sight' might be a bit drastic but if, after a short talk, they seem qualified there should be no reason for them not to be invited. Over 18, friendly and mature still applies of course. We will however ask those who join us to write an introduction post on our forums within their first week or else they will be removed from our guild, we still want to meet the person, not the character. If all goes well they will be members after that. We feel that, by handling it this way, we will get people in more easy and that once they have joined us they have more reason to make an effort.
This might seem a bit drastic to some of you but the truth is we are struggling to maintain a healthy playerbase in our games. We need fresh blood and having 2 or 3 people join us with each new MMO is simply not enough. We do hope you all understand this and will treat the manner with decency and respect.
May 07, 2014, 11:40:30 pm by Wivelrod
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Come join the fun!
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