Archives / March 2014

  • edn

    March 15, 2014 - theguild

    The Guild: The End Featured

    When the last season of the guild arrived, many people were sad and rightly so.The series was well developed, full of comedy and real life touching experiences.The show not only gained a following in the Internet world, but was critically acclaimed for its writing, acting development as well as other positive aspects of the show.No […]

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  • season 3

    March 12, 2014 - theguild

    The Guild: Season Three

    Season three of The Guild is a hilarious turning point for the show. Not only by this time did it pick up the pop culture following what it deserved but it also began to dive deeper into not only the comedic and absolutely hilarious side of the characters but also in the real life issues […]

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  • background

    March 9, 2014 - theguild

    The Guild: Background

    The background of the Guild is hilarious. The overall background begins with the brief back history of Codex. You are allowed to get access to her life from the very beginning. Each episode of The Guild starts off with the main character Codex (a.m.Cud Sherman) looking into a webcam with a sort of look of […]

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  • relationship

    March 6, 2014 - theguild

    The Guild: Relationships

    The guild is filled with intricate and hilarious relationships. Each relationship is interconnected and therefore affected by the other, allowing for hilarious situations to be presented to the public. The relationships span and crossover the real, offlineworld as well as the online world of the Knights of Good guild in The Game. This crossover allows […]

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    March 3, 2014 - theguild

    The Guild: Season Two

    The guild has proven to be a show that you can watch over and over again. It has reached over 69 million downloads since 2011.The main attraction of the show is the plot line and its development over the seasons. Season two was a turning point in the show, proving that gamers are not stereotypical […]

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