In der Zwischenzeit wurde ja auch im offiziellen Forum von Tully zu dem Thema Gilden-Pakete etwas geschrieben: "Admittedly we've done a poor job explaining the difference between what every guild gets access to, and the purchased package: Every guild: Gets access to a heraldry creator, like you've seen in other games. This allows you to pick symbols and colors, and form your own customized look. Certain packages we sold in Kickstarter grants access to an expanded set of symbols and colors to allow even deeper amount of customization. The Unique heraldry submission is for those of you who have truly special desires for their logos that our heraldry creator can't accommodate. The process will likely be: You'll submit something to us.Blair, myself or someone else at ArtCraft will take a look to see if it infringes on anything and is suitable for our audience.Then we send it off to Art Department for them to make their pass over it so that it suits our art-style.THEN it comes back to design and we'll implement and assign the piece to the guild. Making an infringement mistake here is a big risk, if one of us accidentally allow a guild to use copyrighted material in the game, we open ourselves up for a lawsuit. As Todd & Gordon have said, we actually prefer if people didn't buy this but we understand there is an audience out there who feel very strongly about using their pre-existing guild imagery. Assigning a the price we have does two things: 1) it mitigates the development resources we allocate and 2) hopefully reduces the chance of those who purchase and submit copyrighted material. " Auf jeden Fall sehr erhellend.