The Guild: Season 4
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Hot off the cliffhanger to Season 3, Codex (Felicia Day) scrambles to justify her impetuous encounter with Rival Guild Leader Fawkes (Wil Wheaton) to herself and her Guild. In-game, it’s Guildie vs. Guildie when Vork announces a fundraising competition for design rights to the new in-game Guild Hall. Meanwhile, Zaboo and Vork deal with a real-world house guest, Tink and Clara pair up to make some quick cash and Codex’s computer problems force her to work at a real job (OMG) with Bladezz (OMFG!).
This unrated DVD includes all 12 episodes from Season 4, the hit music video ’Game On!’ and exclusive bonus material not available on the Internet.
Exclusive Bonus Material
- Game On Music Video
- The Making of Game On
- Cheesybeard s Commercial
- Audio Commentary with the Cast
- Audio Commentary with the Creator, Director, and Producer
- Gag Reel
- Table Read
- Script PDF File
- Play All Feature
- English Subtitles
Top customer reviews
Felicia Day and the gang make The Guild fun to watch!!! The extras included are a hoot!!!
I have recommended this to just about anyone that will listen! This and the other seasons would make a GREAT gift to anyone that's ever played WoW or another MMO.
Buy it now for yourself and some for gifts!!
5 out of 5 stars!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I LOVE this mini series! Highly recommended!
Felicia Day is wonderful to watch as she thinks aloud in front of her cam.
She and her fellow associates are all too human and even if you know nothing
about the World of Warcraft , there is much here to keep you entertained.
This is the first of a three pack DVD set and it just gets better as the series
progresses. For those not quite up to the language of gaming , there is a glossay
included with the first DVD.
I look forward to the final season of "The Guild".
I will keep an eye out for all future works the actors produce in their careers.
I give accolades to Felicia Day's wonderful work. I can't fathom how shoe-string budget productions like this have to fight for DVD release and garbage made by the likes of Michael Bay (BLOW S__T UP!) get released to movie theaters nation-wide. I'll vote with my dollars to keep gifted artists employed and keep me entertained.