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I have thought about starting an EVOKE guild ever since I found out about the site and registered.

What good is an immersive social game without guilds?

So, I would like to call out to other EVOKE agents: Are you interested in joining our guild?

Just like in other games, there are differences between guilds on EVOKE. Actually, I haven't heard of other guilds yet, so I suppose (for now) that this is the first guild. But yes, there will be different types of guilds. Some are casual or social, others are semi-casual, and others are hard-core, always aiming to be at the bleeding edge.

I suppose our guild will be a mix of semi-casual and hard-core.

There are currently three members:

Agent Kristiansen (me)
- and two friends of mine who haven't joined EVOKE yet but who I am working on encouraging to join this site. They actually prefer to be incognito...

The naming of this guild is still hotly discussed, but one of the suggestions are AWAKE. The main reason why the opponents dont like this name is that it resembles EVOKE too much. For me, that is part of the fun :) But yeah, I don't want anyone to be confused.

AWAKE is an acronym for

The third letter, A..., is a key element of the guild which only high-ranking officers will know and develop upon.

But again, that is only one of several guild names which we are discussing.

A bit about this guild
This guild will be awake. We will gather information, synthesize said information from a myriad of different sources, publish EVOKEguides for other agents, and also aim for excellence in what we as a guild do ourselves.

We aim to have members from all continents, meaning that at every hour of the day, there is a good chance that some of our members are awake, aware, and are both evolving themselves and helping others evolve.

We will be transparent about who we are (mostly) and what we stand for (all the time), and we will collaborate with other guilds and EVOKE organizations as needed.

So, there you go. This is one of my EVOKE goals - to be part of the leadership of an EVOKE guild.

Are you interested? If so please leave a comment on this blog entry or send me a message or email at (raymondmk AT gmail.com)

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Comment by Andrew Perry on March 7, 2010 at 11:01am
Communities of practices! Fantastic.

For all of those who are unfamiliar with this concept..the wikipedia entry is worth the read!

Community of Practice (CoP)

Good call again Raymond!


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Comment by Amos Meeks on March 11, 2010 at 2:09am
By the way, the Maker's Guild is online and I referenced this post in my NEXTSTEP Post about it.
Thanks for the inspiration!
Comment by Raymond M. Kristiansen on March 11, 2010 at 7:03am
@Amos: Yes Maker's Guild looks very interesting. Good luck with the guild! :)
Comment by Optimus Prime on April 5, 2010 at 4:30am


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