- Earn merits and use them to purchase gladiator cards.
- Earn SPS Brawl Rewards.
- Earn crowns to upgrade your guild buildings and unlock benefits.
- Enjoy a 5% discount in the Splinterlands Shop for potions, packs, and skins.
- Earn more rshares during ranked battles with the guild bonus.
- Enjoy Splinterlands as a team sport and develop strategy with teammates.
- Use guild power to your advantage. If you choose to leave the guild you, you may take 90% of your guild contributions with you.
Interested in joining a guild?
Consider finding an existing guild to join is on the #guild-recruitment page within the Splinterlands Discord. You can Find a Guild to Join on the Splinterlands website or create your own guild. Be sure to review How Do I Start Earning Crowns, Merits, and Gladiators?
Earn Merits and Gladiator Cards
Merits are earned as rewards for both ranked battles and brawls. Use merits within the guild store to purchase Gladius Cases which contain Gladiator cards. Because these cards are non-transferable or SoulBound, they increase your collection power unless you choose to burn them.
All Gladiator Cards possess the powerful Bloodlust ability. After defeating an enemy card, the triumphant monster gets an automatic +1 increase in health, speed, attack, and armor. Though victory is not guaranteed with these cards, they do make that outcome more likely. Be aware, that only one gladiator card per brawl is permitted (unless the Are You Not Entertained ruleset is in play).
Summoners with the Conscript ability can also call forth one additional gladiator per battle - allowing gladiator cards to be playable in ranked battles and an additional gladiator card to be playable in brawls.
Review How Do I Start Earning Crowns, Merits, and Gladiators? Satisfy the provisions and be prepared to brawl!
Hone Your Strategy
Brawls provide the opportunity to play with Gladiator Cards and varied rule sets. Guilds may also purchase advantages in the Guild store such as the Spy Glass, which allows you to see enemy fray assignments. Opposing guilds can force you to think quickly by forbidding certain cards or elements from joining in the battle. There is also the home team advantage to be wary of -- where a draw will result in victory for the home team. These uncommon situations force players to consider new strategies from gameplay and explore new cards.
Use teammates as a resource to discuss strategy and share constructive tips. Some guilds also have a pool of cards that members will have access to for brawls. Guildmates may also delegate cards to other members of the team. This approach allows players to gain experience with unfamiliar cards and get feedback on their gameplay from others.
As opposed to ranked rewards battles, Brawls have a team sport feel. Participating in both allows you to keep the Splinterlands experience fun and engaging. The relationships forged within a guild have the potential to become strong, lasting bonds. Join your fellow players in brawls and build comradery by upgrading your guild buildings with guild power.
Once you join a guild, you will gain access to the Tavern, a private chatroom for guild members only. Get to know your guild mates and discuss strategy there or on discord.
Please note: The social aspects of guilds vary. It is up to you to shop for or create a guild with the desired community structure. Keep in mind, that guild membership is a responsibility and dismissal may occur if chronic failure to participate in brawls occurs.
How do you fit in? Learn more about The Different Guild Member Ranks and Their Privileges!