Guide:Wiki Friend Page
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This article is dedicated to the community and has the purpose of helping players and groups who are looking for in-game friends, mentors or apprentices and Clans. Feel free to add your information to the correct list. In order to do so, press the edit button at the top of this page or the edit button next to the table header matching your platform and then proceed to add your information in the table on the next empty row (under the last user on that list). For mobile users, the edit button is replaced with a . If you wish to add your wiki username to the list (provided that you have a registered account here), then use this template:
You must be on the same platform AND server as the player whose information you are using and vice-versa. In order to find out the server you are on, press the 22px in-game, then go to Info and then About. The name of the server is written next to Save Data Server. There are only two servers: apa and eur. On some devices, the server name might contain the word 'gold' (apa-gold/eur-gold). apa and apa-gold are compatible with each other, the same for eur and eur-gold.
NOTE: If you wish to add more than one Facebook account, then use
<br> to separate them (example: account1<br>account2). The same goes for Recruitment Codes. Make sure that each account or Recruitment Code is attributed to the right server and platform, if you are playing on more than one platform/server.
You can also add yourself to this poll on the largest English DML Facebook group or post a friend request on the Gameloft forums.
Anyone who adds their information must specify their server. Failure to do that will result in the removal of your information.
Only players can apply to join a Clan and not the other way around. This means that membership applications are not to be added, but only Clan information.
NOTE: If you wish to add more than one Clan, then use
<br> to separate them (example: account1<br>account2). The same goes if the Clan has branches on multiple platforms and servers.
You can also advertise your Clan on the Gameloft forums.
Anyone who adds their information must specify the name of their Clan exactly as it is in the game, the operating system/platform on which the Clan is and the server. Missing any of those will result in the removal of your information.
You can also specify additional information about your Clan under the "Notes" column. Information including, but not limited to, your Clan's ranking or the minimum score players need to do in Clan Events.
|StickyFeets||Android||EUR||Casual play, no minimum requirements, just participate!|
|deadly dragons||Android||EUR||No min player level, but min event scores. We are happy to train!|
Mentors & Apprentices
It is very important to know that only the fourth slot of the Mentoring Program can be used for this section. Since the first three slots on the mentoring player's side will pair the player randomly with another apprentice inside the game, the only solution is using the mentor's Recruitment Code to directly become the apprentice of that player. As such, only players who are eligible of mentoring (Level 22 or higher) are allowed to post their information here because mentors can not add apprentices directly, only vice-versa.
NOTE: If you wish to add more than one Recruitment Code, then use
<br> to separate them (example: code1<br>code2). Make sure that each Recruitment Code is attributed to the right server and platform, if you are playing on more than one platform/server.
You can also add yourself to this list on the largest English DML Facebook group or post a friend request on the Gameloft forums.
Anyone who adds their information must specify their recruitment code, platform, and server. Failure to do that will result in the removal of your information.
|Vicia Nocturna||e5d117||Windows (PC)||EU|