The Guild Of Dark Knights is a MMORG and is free to play for anyone.
You join the game as a low life knight. The whole objective of the game is to rank and bank. You can start off with stealing carts and committing crimes. Once you have built up enough money you will be able to do an Organised Crime (OC). When you do an OC you get a lot of money as well as rank. But you usually have to share the money out with everyone else in your tea. People may kill you, if this happens you have to re-register and start the game ALL over again. So do not hesitate to shoot them if they come in your way. Finally, I hope you enjoy the game and if you have any questions, queries, problems or suggestions, feel free to contact a moderator or administrator.
Crimes, Steal A Cart and Missions are the core of the game however there are also casinos and other features where you can go against the game or other players for extremmley large amounts of money. You may also kill people for money, betrayal, power or maybe they got twisted up in your business.
The Guild Of The Dark Knights has no real end to the game. The missions are only additional most of the game is ment to be what you make it e.g Guild Wars, Disputes, Rivalrys and killings. TGODK has no winner either, the current best player could be betrayed or killed at any moment in time. One thing you will eventually learn maybe even the hard way that friends are the best thing on TGODK.
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