(RECR) The Unflagging Effort

Sunday 06/01/2013, 21:03

We accept players of level 35 or more.But you have to be active.Do not care if it's German, Japanese, American, Brazilian, Russian or Spanish.We don't have problem with that because we accept all nationalities.Who enter in this guild grows with us.

At the end of a battle, when all seems lost, when you think you'll get out of that fight with few points, do not give up everything can turn around in just a second, because you a second ago was not.All changes,you change.Who does it is you!!!
What your efforts to challenge the impossibilities, remember that the great things of man were conquered what seemed impossible.
With regard to commitment, commitment, effort, dedication, there is no middle ground. Or do you do something well or does not do.

This is the of link of the guild

Sunday 06/01/2013, 21:59

This is the right link of the guild:

Monday 07/01/2013, 02:00

I am level 24 bu ti would liek to join the clan i play a lto almost ervy day and i see u guys just started nd i would liek to join u nd grow with u is it possible?

Monday 07/01/2013, 02:03

Did it show what i wrote? message me if anything

Monday 07/01/2013, 03:33

FYI, that {UE} tag is used by the guild called The Unfound Effort. You're better of using another tag to identify your guild members.

Monday 07/01/2013, 13:26

No man sorry,
but when you are going to be 35 I'll acept you

Monday 07/01/2013, 13:27

Ok,but this is not my problem becausa Unflagging Effort is also UE

Monday 07/01/2013, 15:09

Please show some respect to the guilds formed earlier than yours.

You couldnt care less about changing your guild tag when I pointed out that a guild created way earlier are already using that tag. Please show them some respect. It really shows a lot about how you represent your guild. Instant blacklist from me for being so immature.

Monday 07/01/2013, 19:57

That was also immature.
Goodluck with the guild.

Monday 07/01/2013, 22:15

+1 Cyber. Show some respect to people or you will find yourself at the bottom of the food chain.


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