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Question : Guild rename Token

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Question : Guild rename Token

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Tyralianus
09.21.2019 , 04:04 PM | #1
Hello Guys and Ladys.

Just a simple Question : When i use this Guild rename Token.
Then i can rename my Guild.

BUT: What will happen with our Stronghold and Flagship?
1: Will we lose them?
and/or
2: Will they get the new Name? ( or will they still Show the "old" Guild Name ).

3: How can i see if this Name ( what i want ) is used or not?

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DarkTergon
09.21.2019 , 04:14 PM | #2
No, all it does is rename the guild, nothing else changes

only way to know is to put the name in and hope it's not taken. If it is, you could always use alt chars
No Idea if people use these, but if so, here's my referral link
http://www.swtor.com/r/jFXFFQ

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SteveTheCynic
09.22.2019 , 04:11 AM | #3
Quote: Originally Posted by Tyralianus View Post
3: How can i see if this Name ( what i want ) is used or not?
Try it and see, although you can't see if it's *used* that way. Ultimately, though, "someone's using it" isn't what you want to know. What you really want to know is, "Is it available for my guild?", which is a different question.

I mention this because in SWTOR, if all members of a guild go inactive for long enough, the name is unlocked and another guild can acquire it (at creation or by renaming). In this context, an "inactive" character is one where the account owner hasn't logged into that character for at least 28 days, even if the player has logged into other characters. Inactive characters cannot be automatically promoted to guild leader by the game for any reason, and if all the member-characters of a guild are inactive, the guild becomes inactive, and at some point thereafter (possibly immediately) the guild's name is unlocked as noted.
http://www.swtor.com/r/Hg3sV2
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