There's plenty of guilds for doing dungeons fast, but what about if you just want to do one slowly so you can read and listen to all of the quest dialogue, maybe even explore around it a bit? What if you want to talk about all of the many quests and stories ESO has to offer, or even from the rest of the Elder Scrolls franchise? There aren't many guilds that advertise a focus on these things, and I think it's about time there is.
We're the Society of Scholars, just some people who love talking about the lore of TES, and doing group quests together if we can't do them alone.
Whether you're new to the game or a long-time veteran, a loremaster or only just starting to learn, low level or high, online every day or maybe even only when new DLC comes out, if you like what we're about, you're welcome among us in our endeavor to achieve CHIM.
I'm @Robo_Hobo in-game, sometimes known as AedricDaedra elsewhere. I enjoy a quick dungeon as much as the next person, and I love overcoming difficult challenges too, but I also love the storytelling of this game and the rest of the series, and to relax and explore and take in the world and enjoy it to the fullest. Group dungeon quests are never usually the deepest in their storytelling compared to the rest of the game's quests, but I still feel those that want the chance to experience them without rushing them should have that chance to do so, and I'm willing to take the time of day to help those who do want it, through the dungeons, and let them take as long as they like - even if I've done that dungeon 100 times already. It's my hope that others who join this guild will also share that same willingness to help others - and to enjoy talking about the lore of this expansive world we play in, of course.
If you'd like to join our cult guild, either message down below, leave me a PM in-game or on the forums with your in-game username!
This one would like to join, but we exist in different realities, dark moons. This one will stay here and hope to see other lore seekers to come, and perhaps one day she find like-minded folks on EU, one can hope, yes?