When I first made contact with this guild, I thought the guild leader had been ignoring me. So naturally, with other guilds to review, I put it at the bottom of my list. A few days later I received response from the guild, and we moved forth with our plans of interview. When the interview day came, I jumped on to their teamspeak to find a good majority of the members playing a game which will not be mentioned due to a possible NDA infraction. It rhymes with Child Scar.
It wasn't until that moment, that I realized why it took so long for me to receive a response from this guild. They are all European. At least they all play in a European time frame. After overcoming that, I realized I had just stepped into an awesome environment. Of course, I am American, so hearing any accent other than the accent you will hear at your local country store, comes about, you listen, and you smile. For an accent connoisseur like myself, it was paradise.
I thought to myself, 'Wow, this is a really friendly place.' Most of the time when you enter an area such as guilds you have people going back and forth joking, cutting up, and having a good time. They did all this, but with class. Class is something that a lot of gamers lack these days. It was a breath of fresh air to be in an environment where gamers kept this virtue sacred.