An adventurer's life is full of perils. What will you run into wandering into the unknown? Some dangers out there are just too much for one warrior. But a host of loyal brothers-in-arms could survive where a single person would fall. United under your own banner with your friends and like-minded warriors, you can handle anything Adan throws at you. In Dragon Eternity, we offer you the opportunity to create your own unique brotherhood, a Clan.

Clan Registration

Following documents are required to create a Clan:
Clan Manifesto x1
Certificate of Support x10

The Manifesto can be purchased directly from the Clan Creation Menu. Simply select it and click Buy.

Signed Certificates of Support can be purchased through direct trade with other players or at the Auction. Signed Certificates are created by buying and using a Certificate of Support. Warriors of Sadar can purchase it from Gal Karion on the Scarlet Square, while warriors of Vaalor will have to visit Lar-Dian on the Square of Storms.

When you have the required documents, click the Clans button in the lower left part of the screen, then enter the desired Clan Name, select a Clan Logo, and press Register Clan. This will activate the Clan interface for you.

If your Clan name doesn't comply with the Game Rules, your Clan will be disbanded with no reimbursement of registration costs!

Clan Name Rules

1. Clan Name must consist of Latin letters and can't contain any special characters, such as spaces, dashes, underscores, etc.

2. Clan Names can't contain strong language, racist/fascist statements or any other form of bias, political slogans, promotion of drug/alcohol consumption, etc.

3. Clan Name must be unique (for Dragon Eternity) and can't be a full or partial (recognizable) copy of any other Clan Name.  

4. It is forbidden to use country names, trade marks, or names of geographical entities in your Clan Name.

5. Clan Name must be compliant with game's General Rules and laws that govern the video game industry.

In any other cases not stated above, Administration reserves the right to act at its own discretion.