We are E X C A L I B U R, rulers of every arena that this game has on offer.
Be it ELO/EFC, DT, Survivor, Events, Coliseum, the Market, or just the Message Board - You name it, we own it.
We just don’t go out there and win, but also make sure we have fun doing it!
Rising to the top within months of its inception in 2009, we have stayed so, at the very summit, to this date.
Through the last many years, our name has become the synonym of performance and the byword for excellence.
You can find many names in our Club that adorn the pantheon of Urban Gods.
Getting accepted in Excalibur has always been an achievement in its own due to our high recruitment standards.
And it would stay so.
We have no common yardstick for acceptance; every single application would be considered on its own merit.
Don’t be put off by your collection value, achievements, ELO score or anything if you are a firecracker on other gaming mods or an influencer in the forums.
Apply: We will consider.
We offer you unparalleled support of every kind in whichever area you choose.
Our members excelling in every format of the game stand by to guide you.
Whatsapp group, sick forums, and Discord chat offer you instant help.
(We were boys when we formed some 10 years ago, and we grew up, but unfortunately, so did our tongues. Our boards reflect this maturity; please be aware! )
Visit and stay, or just JOIN - Either way, you win!
Choose us, you just can’t go wrong!!
E X C A L I B U R - Your Gateway to the Future!
Basically an objective game mode for guilds to go against each other, the winning guild wins a shit of clintz and the losing guild loses the same amount. It's mode rarely played because it punishes big guilds and rewards small guilds. The only reason to even have war mode on is to have the level 11guild perks active ( note buying them and then turning off war mode actually down grades the bonus back to level 10 and you lose your money, i learned the hard way), the problem with having war mode on is that you can't decline a challenge if a guild goes to war with you. It's a rarely used feature and a waste of resources imo.