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*{{god|Kai the Fox}} -- hoopyfrood
 
*{{god|Kai the Fox}} -- hoopyfrood
 
*{{god|Glorious doge}} -- hoopyfrood / former guild leader
 
*{{god|Glorious doge}} -- hoopyfrood / former guild leader
*{{god|Kornykorn}} -- hoopyfrood
 
 
*{{god|Patrick Tan}} -- hoopyfrood  
 
*{{god|Patrick Tan}} -- hoopyfrood  
 
*{{god|Beausoleil}} -- hoopyfrood / former guild leader
 
*{{god|Beausoleil}} -- hoopyfrood / former guild leader
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*{{god|Mumbaxxa}} -- regent
 
*{{god|Mumbaxxa}} -- regent
 
*{{god|Shakalakaboom}} -- regent
 
*{{god|Shakalakaboom}} -- regent
*{{god|Grobgobglob-grod}} -- hierarch
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*{{god|Grobgobglob-grod}} -- patriarch / current guild leader
 
*{{god|Crimx2009}} -- hierarch
 
*{{god|Crimx2009}} -- hierarch
*{{god|Colandermine}} -- cardinal
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*{{god|Colandermine}} -- hierarch
*{{god|Rybeth}} -- cardinal
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*{{god|Rybeth}} -- hierarch
*{{god|Gitarrengott}} -- grandmaster
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*{{god|Gitarrengott}} -- cardinal
*{{god|The Traveller-}} -- advisor
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*{{god|The Traveller-}} -- grand master
*{{god|LaLaQueen}} -- advisor / former guild leader
 
*{{god|Emperor Ian White}} -- advisor
 
  
 
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|'''Guide to the Galaxy''' is a heroic horde of '''32''' heads located around the '''80th''' place in the pantheon of unity. The highest rank here is “hoopyfrood”. Almost every guild member finds it offensive to take a turn for the worse.
 
|'''Guide to the Galaxy''' is a heroic horde of '''32''' heads located around the '''80th''' place in the pantheon of unity. The highest rank here is “hoopyfrood”. Almost every guild member finds it offensive to take a turn for the worse.
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The day 3192 g.e. edition of ''The Godville Times'' featured this guild for a third time.
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|'''Guide to the Galaxy''' is a group of '''38''' brave adventurers, who have climbed to '''47th''' position in the pantheon of unity. The highest rank here is “hoopyfrood”. This guild specializes in how to loosen up some tied ends.
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The day 3494 g.e. edition of ''The Godville Times'' featured them for the fourth time.
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|'''Guide to the Galaxy''' — a guild of '''33''' heroes, located at the '''68th''' place in the pantheon of popularity. “hoopyfrood” — that’s how elites of this guild like to call themselves. Trespassing is not forbidden, but the guild will not be held responsible for the loss of any health points.
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The day 3548 g.e. edition of ''The Godville Times'' placed this guild in the Guild Spotlight for the fifth time.
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|'''Guide to the Galaxy''' — guild of '''33''' heroes, located at the '''59th''' place in the pantheon of adventure. Veterans in this guild call themselves “hoopyfrood”. Based on the Guild Council excerpts seen by the Godville Times Editor… nevermind.
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The day 3580 g.e. edition of ''The Godville Times'' placed Guide to the Galaxyin the Guild Spotlight for the sixth time.
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|'''Guide to the Galaxy''' is a bunch of heroes and heroines occupying '''49th''' place in the pantheon of popularity. Rumor says there are about '''32''' of them. The people muttering about “the good old days” in this guild are known as “hoopyfrood”. This guild specializes in how to compost the spoils of war.
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The day 3652 g.e. edition of ''The Godville Times'' featured this guild in the Guild Spotlight for a seventh time.
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|Let it be known that the '''31''' members of '''Guide to the Galaxy''' are some pretty cool guys. They call themselves “hoopyfrood”. Can you imagine that? Almost every guild member finds it offensive to find out why nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
 
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Latest revision as of 03:11, 9 May 2020

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The Guide is a group of like-minded wanderers, perfect for today's traveling hero! Happily we end up in random situations to experience everything the Galaxy has to offer.

I encourage everyone to take every chance to friend each other, trade stories and see if we can't make our part of this world a bit more enjoyable.

We can also use this to keep a current membership roster. People who intend to try and stay in the guild let us know.

-Cardinal Manaka

Members

Automated History-o-matic

We shall now enrich your life by sharing with you about Guide to the Galaxy. At one stage or another, every man woman or child will be faced with the issue of Guide to the Galaxy. Cited by many as the single most important influence on post modern micro eco compartmentalism, its influence on western cinema has not been given proper recognition. Since it was first compared to antidisestablishmentarianism much has been said concerning Guide to the Galaxy by global commercial enterprises, who just don't like that sort of thing. Though I would rather be in bed I will now examine the primary causes of Guide to the Galaxy.

Social Factors

Society is our own everyday reality. When J H Darcy said 'fevour will spread'[1] she could have been making a reference to Guide to the Galaxy, but probably not. Spanning divides such as class, race and uglyness, Guide to the Galaxy cleary plays a significant role amongst the developing middle classes.

Some analysts have been tempted to disregard Guide to the Galaxy. Don’t. It is intrinsically linked to adolescent inner acclimatisation.

Political Factors

Take a moment to consider the words of jazz singer Augstin H. Amster 'Taking a walk across hot coals will inevitably hurt your feet.' [2] One cannot help but agree when faced with Guide to the Galaxy, that this highlights an important issue. If our political system can be seen as a cake, then Guide to the Galaxy makes a good case for being the icing. And of course we know the meaning of life, the universe, and everything.

One thing's certain. The Human species desires Guide to the Galaxy, and what's more human than politics?

Guild Recognition

The day 2989 g.e. edition of The Godville Times featured Guide to the Galaxy in the Guild Spotlight section.

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Guide to the Galaxy is a bunch of heroes and heroines occupying 19th place in the pantheon of unity. Rumor says there are about 38 of them. “hoopyfrood” — that's how elites of this guild like to call themselves. Guild's unity increases with dropping temperature.
»


The day 3058 g.e. edition of The Godville Times featured Guide to the Galaxy once again.

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Guide to the Galaxy is a heroic horde of 32 heads located around the 80th place in the pantheon of unity. The highest rank here is “hoopyfrood”. Almost every guild member finds it offensive to take a turn for the worse.
»


The day 3192 g.e. edition of The Godville Times featured this guild for a third time.

«
Guide to the Galaxy is a group of 38 brave adventurers, who have climbed to 47th position in the pantheon of unity. The highest rank here is “hoopyfrood”. This guild specializes in how to loosen up some tied ends.
»


The day 3494 g.e. edition of The Godville Times featured them for the fourth time.

«
Guide to the Galaxy — a guild of 33 heroes, located at the 68th place in the pantheon of popularity. “hoopyfrood” — that’s how elites of this guild like to call themselves. Trespassing is not forbidden, but the guild will not be held responsible for the loss of any health points.
»


The day 3548 g.e. edition of The Godville Times placed this guild in the Guild Spotlight for the fifth time.

«
Guide to the Galaxy — guild of 33 heroes, located at the 59th place in the pantheon of adventure. Veterans in this guild call themselves “hoopyfrood”. Based on the Guild Council excerpts seen by the Godville Times Editor… nevermind.
»


The day 3580 g.e. edition of The Godville Times placed Guide to the Galaxyin the Guild Spotlight for the sixth time.

«
Guide to the Galaxy is a bunch of heroes and heroines occupying 49th place in the pantheon of popularity. Rumor says there are about 32 of them. The people muttering about “the good old days” in this guild are known as “hoopyfrood”. This guild specializes in how to compost the spoils of war.
»

The day 3652 g.e. edition of The Godville Times featured this guild in the Guild Spotlight for a seventh time.

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Let it be known that the 31 members of Guide to the Galaxy are some pretty cool guys. They call themselves “hoopyfrood”. Can you imagine that? Almost every guild member finds it offensive to find out why nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
»

References

  1. whut-whut
  2. but obvious troll is obvious