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World of Warcraft (WoW) is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) created by Blizzard Entertainment. It is the fourth released game set in the fantasy Warcraft universe, which was first introduced by Warcraft: Orcs & Humans in 1994. World of Warcraft takes place within the Warcraft world of Azeroth, approximately four years after the events at the conclusion of Blizzard's previous Warcraft release, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.[5] Blizzard Entertainment announced World of Warcraft on September 2, 2001. The game was released on November 23, 2004, on the 10th anniversary of the Warcraft franchise.


The Ordo Imperialis launched an official World of Warcraft chapter on October 18, 2013 on Sen'jin as the Horde. The guild available is a fully featured at level 25 with regularly scheduled raids and dungeon events.

  • Chapter Commanding Officer: MrShaddo
  • Chapter Executive Officer: Thenidiel
  • Chapter Adjutant Officer: N/A

The Ordo Imperialis

  • Server: Sen'jin
  • Faction: Horde
  • CO: Shaddo
  • XO: Thenidiel
  • Adj:
  • Officers:
  • Features:
    • Level 25 and all included.
    • All Guild Vaults Unlocked.
    • Repair funds, experience, abilities and more.
    • Regular Weekly Raids and Dungeons.
    • Open invites to alts and friends.
    • Adaptive ranking based on dedication.

Additional Information


Communication program use and forum registration is heavily encouraged, this will allow our members to better communicate, be involved, document and participate in scheduled events as a whole and allow a central area where we may ask questions, provide training and more. If you wish to run an event, raid or participate in one, contact your event coordinator.


  1. Treat everyone with respect.
  2. Represent the guild in positive light.
  3. Have fun!# Don't be afraid to ask for help.
  4. If there are issues, talk to an officer.
  5. Officers are law and have the final say.


Ranks stand as titles of skill, ability, devotion and duty. Each rank has specific accommodation tied to it within the group, community, asset access like the bank and guild features and responsibility. Community ranks are respected depending on various levels of ability and activity and each rank holds a prerequisite that's heavily encouraged.

# Title Description Duties
R0 Private Initial Rank, used to sort new and inactive members. Participate, be active, get to know people, hang out, level/gear up as needed.
R1 Corporal First official rank. Guild member for one week.
R2 Sergeant Full Membership, access to the community's forums section. Guild member for two weeks.
R3 Sergeant Major Raid Participant Member Standard and regular activity. Utilize the community's standard communication program/s.
R4 Lieutenant Basic Leadership Utilization of the community's standard offline assets (forums, website, calendar).
R5 Captain Veteran membership rank. Regular participation of activities. Continued service to the guild members.
R6 Major Highest membership rank. Promote activities and events. Advise in standards and structure. Assist members with goals.
R7 Colonel Probationary Officers Active group leadership. Assistance in oversight and structure. Take a leading role in productivity and group leadership. Secondary command when the group leader is away.
R8 General Chapter Officer Active leadership, Assuring completion of standards. Oversight of activity and ensuring overall group 'happiness'. Primary command if the group leader is away.
R9 Commandant Chapter Leader Oversight of leadership, structure and community. Making of important decisions for the betterment of the chapter, members and guild as a whole.

Special titles or designations of leadership may be distributed based on focus, activity and skill by the discretion of leadership.

The R8 must swear to transfer the group to an adjutant or community leader in their parting and shall not cause harm to the group structure or it's members in any form.