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* advanced - greater probability of binding level 80 creatures (priced at 3,000 gold coins at the Market in Chapter 61)
 
* advanced - greater probability of binding level 80 creatures (priced at 3,000 gold coins at the Market in Chapter 61)
 
Animals at level 80+ cannot be contracted by contract scroll.
 
Animals at level 80+ cannot be contracted by contract scroll.
 
'''<u>Guild Tokens </u>'''
 
 
Similar to the village creation token, guild tokens were split into
 
copper, black iron, silver and gold. The different level guild tokens
 
would allow a different number of players and have different guild
 
specialties.
 
 
A copper guild token had an upper limit of 100 men
 
and had no guild specialty. A black iron token had a limit of 1000 men
 
and 1 specialty. Silver guild tokens had a limit of 10 thousand men and 2
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>specialties. A gold guild token would have a limit of 100 thousand men
 
and 3 guild specialties.
 
 
Normally speaking, a guild with a copper
 
token would be known as a small guild, a black iron guild as a
 
medium-sized guild, and silver and gold guilds as large-sized guilds.
 
 
In
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>theory, a large-sized guild would at most have 100 thousand members.
 
But in truth, one could use many different ways to increase that upper
 
limit.
 
 
Of course, to control a 100 thousand member guild was impossible without a strong and efficient team.
 
 
Hence,
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>behind the top 10 guilds, there would at least be a workshop behind
 
them. Some of them even had investments from financial institutions to
 
have professional teams to manage the guild.
 
 
So for some solo
 
players to use their high levels and fame to build a large-scale group,
 
the guild would either be controlled by financial groups, or would run
 
the risk of disbanding.
 
 
The players in the game were even more
 
practical than in real life. They wouldn't join based on reputation and
 
be a slave for the guild. Especially as this game affected real life,
 
there wasn't such a chance.
 
 
The difference with the village
 
creation token was that the guild token could be upgraded from doing
 
quests, and the guild specialty could be selected and wasn't fixed.
 
 
For
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>guilds like the Snow-War Rose Mercenary guild, which were in the top
 
10, they started off with the lowest copper grade token, and through
 
doing quests upgraded its level. At this stage, all the guild tokens
 
they used were all at least silver rank.
 
 
On the current market, a copper guild token cost 10 gold. The black iron grade ones needed 200 like the one Ouyang Shuo built.
 
 
As
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>for silver rank guild tokens, only the 10 big guilds had them. The
 
golden rank guild tokens were a real mystery and weren't something that
 
current adventure game mode players could get.
 
 
Upgrading the guild
 
<nowiki> </nowiki>token through guild quests was pretty easy early in the game. Like the
 
10 big guilds, many high-end players used less than half a year to
 
upgrade their guild tokens from the lowest level to the silver rank.
 
 
 
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