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A guild territory serves as a "home" to its members. While they may be considered expensive to get, guild territories have many pragmatic functions:
- While in a guild, players can access its territory from anywhere by using the Teleport Function
- They contain upgradable Guild Buildings
- Participate in Guild Wars for control of the region.
When a guild is at least level 2, the Guild Leader can talk to the Guild Administrator and select the option "Purchase Guild Territory". He/She will then have to:
- Click a Scene on the map.
- Select the desired territory's name in the pop up window.
- Choose a map region in the list located at right side of the map by clicking the ' + ' sign located on the left side of a Scene Name, click the desired territory's name.
Then press the "Preview Position" button, click "Purchase" at the bottom-right corner of the previewing map and click "Confirm".
Purchasing a Guild Territory costs 500 personal Liang silver. (Verified)
Territories can be captured from other guilds via Guild Wars; The attacking guild must also be at least level 2.
After buying the Guild Territory, the Guild Leader can talk to the Guild Administrator to upgrade its size. The steps are similar to purchasing, but instead of pressing "Preview Position" button, the "Expand Size" option must be used. The Guild territory can be expanded twice:
- upgrading from Small to Medium size costs 500 Liang silver.
- upgrading from Medium to Large size costs 500 Liang silver.
Guild Territories Edit
Currently, there are 32 available guild territories, 2 in each of the game's scenes (except for Jinling and the Northern Desert):
|Name||Location (in the scene)||Scene|
|Moon Reaching Peak||Southeast||Tangmen|
|Black Wind Mountain||West||Emei|
|Heart Searching Cliff||North||Chengdu|
|Black Dragon Hill||East||Qiandeng Town|
|Sword Testing Cliff||South||Qiandeng Town|
|Water-Break Cliff||West||Yanyu Villa|
|Blue Serenity Cliff||East||Yanyu Villa|
|Immortal Falling Cliff||North||Suzhou|
|Ice Erosion Cliff||East||Luoyang|
|Heaven Reaching Peak||West||Wudang|
|Holy Wind Hill||East||Wudang|
|No Return Valley||Southeast||Shaolin|
|Frost Plum Valley||South||Shaolin|
|Sword Forging Valley||South||Evil Men's Valley|
|Guyun Peak||North||Evil Men's Valley|
|Cloud-Break Cliff||North||Beggars' Sect|
|Huiyan Peak||Southwest||Beggars' Sect|
|Three Finger Peak||West||Royal Guard|
|Fallen Petal Valley||South||Royal Guard|
|Flawless (Wuxia ?) Mountain||North||Yanjing|
|Drunk Willow Valley||Southeast||Yanjing|
|Centipede Hill||South||Jiming Posthouse|
|Junwu (Kunwu ?) Peak||North||Jiming Posthouse|
|Duantian Cliff||West||Wanderer's Valley|
|Sacrifice Cliff||Southeast||Wanderer's Valley|