As far as we know, a Warparty is an entirely separate entity from a Guild. Members of a Guild can be part of a completely unrelated Warparty and vice versa. While I don't have any problem with that, I think it'd be good if a Warparty had the option to represent a specific Guild. This could allow for Warparty accomplishments somehow interacting with or being beneficial to an associated Guild. Maybe this is already the case, for example raid groups aren't explicitly tied to a Guild in WoW, yet you can get Guild achievements by having the majority of the raid group being in the same Guild. I'm also thinking about restrictions on who is able to contribute to a particular WarPlot in terms of bringing in supplies to build it up, or who can capture bosses for it. If you made a WarPlot represent a Guild, then Guild members would then also be able to enter the WarPlot and donate things to it, without actually having to be part of the Warparty which fights on it. Edit: I don't think this would lead to more imbalance, since you can already invite whoever you want to a Warparty, and some Warparties will unofficially represent a guild. Finally, I think it'd add to the whole experience to be up against actual Guilds as well as just arbitrary Warparties. Maybe it won't really be an issue, and I would expect most Warparties to be composed of members of one Guild, I just wonder if it'd be good to make the connection more explicit so that it actually allows the Guild and Warparty to benefit each other in some way, or to gain joint recognition. Edit: I think it'd be nice to have a "Guild Warparties" tab as part of the Guild interface, allowing non-Warparty members track the wins/losses etc. of the Warparties representing their guild.