Despite repeated efforts to address concerns regarding the slow progress of constantly placing first in brackets (our guild has exceeded 1 million points and is usually 1.1-1.3 in GW with closest 2nd place team usually being 1/10th of that), it look like our requests were not addressed or acknowledged for some attention to be paid to the slow progression of guilds up brackets?
With guild wars every 3 weeks, can you please confirm whether it is still to be the case that a guild can only climb two brackets at a time? We’ve already put in more than 4 months managing a full roster of active end-game players (not easy to do when you don’t have the incentives of top 3 GW bracket rewards) and have progressed from Bracket 90(?) to a mere Bracket 54, moving at a glacial pace.
With GW only every 3 weeks, and being conservative in the assessment that we are most definitely a guild that belongs in at least Bracket 10. To move up 44 brackets should still take at MINIMUM 22 rounds of guild wars, or another 66 weeks. More than another 1.25 years. So our guild will have spent 100 weeks (nearly two years) progressing to where it should be positioned in Guild Wars, so we’re finally up against other end-game players and not dead or dormant guilds with 5/30 people or worse, single-person guilds like we currently are.
Developers, please confirm? Especially @Kafka who repeatedly assured us on Xbox that this had been passed on to developers. And address if this is going to be fixed for 3.4. If not, It’s time to say farewell to this game as that’s a grind once 100% completion is achieved and Xathenos forged, as no dedicated customers and players of your game should have to be undertaking a 2-year grind while trying to hold together a 30-person force to be reckoned with that’s worthy of being in the top 10 brackets of guild wars but are stuck laboring week after week on a fool’s errand to only move up 2 brackets at a time–while our members get noticed by guilds in the top two brackets and enticed away for the massive guild wars rewards in those brackets as compared to ours.