- Who are "Dark Wolves"?
- What do members of Dark Wolves do?
- What days/times do you raid?
- How do I become a member of Dark Wolves?
- I'm already a guild member, how do I register with the website?
- I've found a problem with the website, what do I do?
- How do I insert an image into a forum post?
- How can I tell if there are unread posts in the forums?
- How do I add a "signature" to my forum posts?
- How can I change my displayed name?
Dark Wolves is a guild (a group of characters owned by players of World of Warcraft) situated on the EU Lightbringer realm/server, playing the "Horde" side. The guild was established in April 2007 and has been growing ever since. We adhere to the policy that "slowly and surely" works best - we mostly recruit via word of mouth. This policy also works for our raiding - we are not hardcore, we do not go for server firsts, we are there to enjoy ourselves. We do, however, expect people to be prepared to do their best at whatever activity they take part in - either with the guild, or with complete strangers.
Our members have a multitude of interests including PvP, raiding, heroics, "old world" raids, levelling characters, achievement gathering, etc.
For current raiding content, we aim to raid twice a week, on Wednesday and Friday evenings. Older content is generally slotted in around those days, on an ad-hoc basis. Raids are usually organised to start at 9.30pm server time (for those in the UK, this is 8.30pm). They are intended to last at least two hours, with a maximum length of around 3 hours. Most raids for current content will finish by midnight server time (11.00pm UK time).
Read up on our Guild Rules and, if they are acceptable to you, apply on our website by filling in the application form. Please be honest when filling in the form - we have several resources we can use to check information provided - false information will reflect poorly on you. We also encourage applicants to give plenty of information .. the more we learn about you from your application, the better we can tell if we're the right guild for you.
Check out our guild wiki page for full instructions.
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In order to add a picture, you need to click the insert/edit image button:
At the top right side, nearly, of the button bar above your edit pane when you're creating a new post.
Then you need to insert a link to an image already online (ie, not on your hard drive) and it actually has to be an image (ie, ending in .jpg for example). For your images, you can click on them, to view the original size, then right click and "view image" .. that will show the original image and give you the URL (the link you need) for that particular image.
When you're on the main Forums page, you will see various headings for each of the forums and sub-forums - if there are unread posts in the main forum, there will be a chat bubble next to it .. in the sub-forums it will show as a green dot:
- Go to your profile by clicking on your name at the top right side of the web page, and clicking "view your profile"
- Click "Edit Profile"
- Scroll down to "forum signature"
- You can then add a signature using the input box.
- If you want to add an image, click the "use/edit image" button and, in the "source" box, add the URL (an online location for the image)
- Click OK.
- That should then bring the image up in the box below. You can then resize, centre, etc, if you wish. If the image is not showing, you've either linked to something that is not an image (for example, perhaps the page the image is on) or typed the location incorrectly.
- Once you're happy with your signature, press "update".
When you post on the forums, the site defaults to displaying the name you picked when you created an account - you can change this to another (for example your "main" character name) so that people can more easily recognise you.
You can do this by going into your profile (clicking your name at the top right side of the website and clicking "view your profile"), then Edit Profile, and then scrolling down to "Display Name".
Fill in your chosen name, then click the "Update" button.
You can check who can make what, and what parts are needed for manufactured items, by looking in the guild roster:
Ensure you have "show offline members" ticked, select the "Professions" drop down option, then click "View All" next to whichever profession you're interested in (you may need to click this twice as sometimes it bugs on the first attempt). Once you have found the item, select it and click "view crafters" to see who can make it.