Guild Rumbles are fierce competitions where you battle
Note: You cannot leave a guild, join a guild, or kick guild members during a Guild Rumble.
Event Structure & Timing
Guild Rumbles begin on a Thursday at 14:00 GMT and end the following Tuesday at 14:00 GMT. The event repeats every 3 three weeks.
Some exceptions may apply, but changes in regularly scheduled events will be announced on the Kongregate forums.
Guild Rumbles consist of 10 total matches. Your first match starts when the event begins and will last for 12 hours. Every 12 hours, your Guild will face a new opponent.
The top of the Guild Rumble screen will show you the name of the Guild you are facing, both your Guild and your opponent's current Rank in the Guild Rumble, current point total of each Guild, and time until the Match ends.
Click the Matches tab to view your Guild's Match History for the current Rumble. You'll be able to see the names of Guilds you faced in chronological order, and a W (Win) or L (Loss).
During a Match, all players from both guilds get 10 Battles (). Use these Battles () to fight a random player from the opposing guild and earn Personal Points ().
A win will get you the most Personal Points (), but taking damage (to hero or cards) or losing cards in battle will reduce the total points won, even from a victory.
The Guild who has earned the highest total Personal Points wins the Match!
Use the Overview screen to see your Guild's Current Ranking, time remaining for the Guild Rumble, your total Personal Points (), and what is needed for you to earn the next rewards. In the example to the left, the player's Guild has unlocked the reward listed but the player still needs to earn 33 Personal Points () to earn it.
Click on the Guild Tab to see how your fellow guild mates are doing during the Rumble.
Each Match (every 12 hours) begins with a 30 minute matchmaking phase.
Guild Rumble Rewards will automatically be sent to players via the Mailbox ( ) to claim.
Earn the most points and the highest ranking with your Guild to unlock the best rewards at the end of the Guild Rumble.
Don't let your guild mates do all the work! You must meet the Personal Points () requirement of each reward Tier to claim rewards. Once your rankings turn white, it means you're eligible for that reward.
Click "See All Rewards" to view additional Reward Tiers and requirements.
The way your guild performs throughout the duration of the event matters greatly! You must aim to be as highly ranked, as consistently, as possible for the best results.
The points earned, matchmaking, and next Rank will all depend on your starting and current rank from each Match.
Final ranking is determined by how many points are earned compared to all other guilds as well as your rank throughout the event.
Click on the Rankings Tab to see how other Guilds are performing in the Rumble.
You can now select a Defense Deck in Rumbles.
Click or Tap on the Deck Icon in the bottom right of the screen to pull up the deck selection menu and select which deck you want to use.
Use the Edit Deck screen to update your decks and tap your Hero to switch heroes.
Whichever deck you pick as your Rumble Defense deck will be used when other players fight against you in their battles.
* Please note: This article contains information on Guild Rumbles as of March 22, 2018. For information on the previous version of Rumble, click here.