So I was refraining from joining a guild until I was able to do GoW content on my YT channel, but two of my Tasks were guild-related, so I jumped aboard what seemed like a bigger guild and checked it out. My new task was to donate 5K to that guild. Now I could have used that to grow my kingdoms, the highest level I have being 5, but I donated the gold even though I felt iffy about it. I think I got 20 Glory from my Task, enough for a chest, but I was saving it for the Skeleros event.
So I checked into GoW yesterday and the Guild icon was flashing, so I checked and I noticed that the guild task I donated to has met it’s goal. I originally thought ‘Oh, well that’s cool I suppose, but I’m just going to ditch this guild now that I completed my tasks.’
Low and behold, that completed task gave me 10 Glory Keys. I didn’t get anything good out of them, but now I see why I always get asked ‘What guild are you in?’
Being in a guild is WAY too much of a necessity: If you grind outside of a guild, your chances of getting good cards is so low it hurts my soul, BUT in a guild you get diamonds and keys for just a chunk of gold…and you get tons of gold per day anyway.
But if you don’t want a guild or are waiting to make one or waiting to get into a certain one, grinding doesn’t even remotely give the same result! I could grind for hours to get maybe 3 Glory Keys, but why would I do that when I’m more likely to get 3 Gold Keys, and I could just join a guild and throw gold at it occasionally and be given 10 Glory Keys?