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Guild Warden keeps track of players alts automatically and manually.
It gives you Left, Joined, and Banned list
It uses guild sharing to share your alts and other players data.
It keeps track of when players joined your guild and left it.
You can add players to a ban list, and it will ban all there alts to.
It warns you when someone joins your guild that has left or has been banned.
Guild Warden helps guilds keep track of alts and people that you don’t won’t in your guild. Here is how…
1: Guild Warden will record your alts and then share your alts and other people alts, which Guild Warden has collected, with other people that have Guild Warden.
2: You can add player’s alts manually and this data will be shared also.
3: When someone logs in or if you do “/who” on someone, if Warden has data for them it will tell you there alts.
4: Warden keeps track of when and who joins and leave your guild (date based on when you log in).
5: If a player has 10 alts and one is in your guild and he is then kick, you can use Warden to ban this player, and not only will it ban that char but it will ban all his chars as well. Then when he joins on his alts it will warn you and other players that have Warden.
6: Warden works and records data even if you not in a guild, not in the same guild, not on the same server, and even if your not playing the same faction.
Here is a how to video, showing you how to add alts, notes, and ban someone
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Green = Joined Guild since last logged in
(Last Updated 11-05-11)
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Because Warden share your alts, to other people in the guild, you must agree that sharing your alts is ok...
you will NOT get banned for using this add-on.
Blizzard say that your alt info is private date UNLESS the player agrees to share it.
By Downloading and Instaling you Agree that Sharing your alts and other data to your guild and other Guild Wardens is ok
- Date created
- Feb 06, 2010
- Last update
- Mar 08, 2013
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