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Guild becomes available at team level 30. You can either create your own Guild or join an existing one.

Where to find

You can find the Guild menu on the main game screen.

There, you can choose a Guild to join from the offered list. You can also use the search bar to find a certain Guild or filter the list based on your language preferences. 

If you want to create your own Guild, click the Create guild button. You will have to choose your Guild name, language, minimum team level (from 30 to 130), and banner.

Celestial City

After you create or join a Guild, you will be able to visit Celestial City.

Here you can find:

1. Guild Island with Dungeon and Titans.

2. Asgard.

3. Titan Valley.

4. Sanctuary.

5. Guild War and Clash of Worlds.

Also, in the upper-left corner, you can click Members to view the list of your Guild members. There you can find Guild positions and current activity points.


Each Guild can have four positions: Member, Officer, General, and Guild Master. Guild Master can change the names of the positions.

Different positions grant different access levels. For example, Guild Masters, Generals, and Officers can expel members and add them to the Guild's blacklist.

There might be a situation when Guild Master does not show up in the game for a while. If they are inactive for 30 days running, the game will automatically transfer the Guild Master position to an active player with the highest position after the 30-day timer has run out.

Guild Recruitment

You can invite new members to your Guild or be invited to other Guilds. To invite a player to your Guild:

  • Open the Members menu on the Guild screen:


  • Press the Invite button:



Your position in the Guild should allow you to invite other players:


Otherwise, the Invite button will be inactive.

There you will see a menu where you can search for a player and invite them. You can search by name or ID (1), player level (2), hero power (3), titan power (4), player’s language (5), and Guild membership (6):


To check already sent invitations, go to the Invited tab:


You can also invite a player by clicking their avatar:


The player will receive an invitation in this chat:



Even if a player does not meet the requirements for joining the Guild, they can accept an invitation and join the Guild.

If you do not want to receive invitations, go to the game settings and turn this feature off:


Guild Activities

Once you join a Guild, you can participate in Guild activities to get rewards. To receive Guild activity points, you can:

  • complete Campaign missions – one activity point for each energy point spent;
  • enchant glyphs – 700 points per day maximum;
  • exchange items – 2000 activity points per day maximum.

To earn titanite, you have to beat floors in Dungeon

The Log tab contains the date and time of all important events (joining and quitting Guild, activity, position changes).

When Guild gathers a certain number of activity points, all members receive rewards: Enchantment Runes. In addition, Guild gets Guild Master's Presents. Guild Master can distribute them.

In the Stats and presents tab, you can find excessive information on Guild members' activity.

Guild activity tasks reset every day at 2:00 AM UTC.

If you want to leave a Guild, go to the Members menu and click the Leave button.



Officers, Generals, and members may leave the Guild whenever they want. The Guild Master cannot leave the Guild without handing over their title to another player. However, they can disband the Guild at any time after expelling all members.

Leaving Guild restricts you from joining another one for eight hours. You can skip this timer for 25 emeralds. In addition, all activity points and titanite gained are deducted from Guild activity.

Click the Overview button to open the Guild Status window.


There you will see the following sections:

  1. The Guild Master and Generals can see the Guild Settings button.
  2. The Activity panel shows activity points earned by the Guild. Click it to go to the Guild activity rewards window.
  3. The Titanite panel shows titanite earned by the Guild. Click it to go to the Dungeon.
  4. The Guild War panel shows detailed information about this game mode. The info changes depending on the current Guild War stage. You can click the arrows in the heading to switch between Guild War and Clash of Worlds panels.
  5. At the bottom, there is a Guild log that shows the records of Guild changes.


Developers may add other features to the Overview window in the future.

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