That is a good question, and the answer isn’t simple. At its core, The Chronicles is a community. A community for roleplayers and roleplaying guilds alike, a home where roleplayers can stop and figure out what game they want to roleplay in and what guild they want to roleplay with. All experienced roleplayers know the frustration of finding an RP guild in a game they like and invest time in building their backstory and progression for their characters only to get so many obstacles thrown in their way that they’re left with only one choice: to leave their guild and start over. It can be due to drama, lack of experience of the officers in their guild, lack of content or player activity, we’ve all been through this and we’ve all be frustrated by this apparent void in the gaming community for roleplayers.

The Chronicles is here to propose a solution to that problem. We are a community of multiples RP guild accross different games and we seek to build a social network for roleplayers, a network where they can find guilds that have been vetted based on high standards (quality RP, good management, consistent roleplay events, etc.) to give an opportunity for the roleplayers to find a home, or multiple homes, to roleplay in and not waste their time “guild-jumping” in the search of a good community.

The leadership of The Chronicles is comprised of all the leaders of every guild that is part of this community. Meetings are held on a weekly basis and decisions go through a vote where every “board member” can voice their opinion and vote for the best option for The Chronicles.