The guild overview screen
Guilds can be formed by players to socialize and access additional rewards by earning guild points and shards.
Creation and management [ ]
All players can participate in a guild, but only
Dota Plus members can create them. The founding player is automatically promoted to Guild Leader, and any invited players start out as Member.
Guilds must have a unique name, counting guilds that have already been disbanded.
Guilds have a tag and a profile picture, which are shown in
lobbies and scoreboards. Guilds can hold up to maximum of 50 players.
If an invited player is offline, they will receive the invitation the next time they open Dota 2.
A guild is automatically disbanded when the last player leaves.
Ranks [ ]
Edit guild logo
Edit guild message
Edit guild message
Guild points [ ]
Guilds can earn guild points, which are tallied on a weekly leaderboard in each region. They are earned by:
Playing matches while in a guild. More points are earned if player is partied with guildmates.
Completing guild challenges. Guild points determine guild rank, which determines a weekly reward of
shards and special perks for guild members. Dota Plus members earn double the amount of shards. At the end of the week, all existing guild points will decay by a percentage.
500) shards per week 3 Guild Emoticons
1000) shards per week 3 Guild sprays
Includes Silver Tier emoticons
75th Percentile or higher
1500) shards per week 3 Caster Chat Wheels
Includes Silver Tier emoticons and Gold Tier sprays
Partying [ ]
If a team consists of at least 3 members from the same guild, the respective team's default banner in game will be changed to the banner of the guild.
Rewards [ ]
Temporary rewards can be accessed by guild members depending on the tier of the guild.
Contracts [ ]
Guild contracts are quests that members can complete to earn guild points and shards.
All players have one contract per day, Dota Plus members have two.
Contracts are rated 1-3 stars depending on their difficulty. Higher difficulty contracts give greater rewards.
Gallery [ ]
Inviting a player to a guild
Old Version [ ]
Creating a guild in old version
Old guild information screen
Inviting a player to a guild in old version
Old guild membership list
Old guild chat tabs are marked with a 'G'
History [ ]
Guild system revamped and re-implemented.
Added support for forming and managing Guilds. Guild Leaders invite, kick, promote, and demote members. Officers can invite members. There's a guild message that can be edited, a logo specified, and a chat channel.
Added the ability to open a party to a guild, which allows members of a specified guild to freely join the party. Players can browse open guild parties that are available to them.
Open guild parties can now have a description.
See also [ ]