If you still check the site, I'd like to invite you to come play Life is Feudal with me. We'll be playing with another guild, not exactly merging but being a part of it all the same. That guild is the Duchy of Wessex, which is part of the greater Kingdom of Hyperion. It's a fun guild, full of friendly people. Playing with another guild - something I feel we should have done right off the bat in Black Desert Online - will allow us all to have fun, stay together as a group of friends, and focus more on having fun with the game than having to maintain a guild.
Life is Feudal is a medieval sandbox MMO. It focuses on a mix of fun and realism, with the core of the mechanics supporting the idea of recreating a feudal civilization. It has a ton of creative features, has open-world PVP, in-depth crafting, terraforming, and a ton of other neat features. There is already a Life is Feudal: Your Own version of the game, that features player-run servers typical of other survival sandbox games. Anyone who purchases LiF: YO will also gain access to the MMO (Estimated to be at some point in Q2 2017). Alternatively, you can go the "Founders" route and pay $40 to gain access to the MMO closed-beta testing.
If you're having fun with your current games or groups, don't feel pressure to come play. I'm not asking you to leave any game or group to play this one. This is just an invitation to come play a fun game with a great group of people. We're all spread out now, some (most?) of us still playing Black Desert Online, but in separate groups. Some are still playing ArcheAge, and others are even still playing Age of Wushu (Or Age of Wulin).
If you'd like more information about Life is Feudal, hop on the TS or contact me through enjin and I'll answer any questions. The same goes for Duchy of Wessex. If you prefer it, and we have people to support it, I can see about setting us up as a separate entity from Duchy of Wessex, but still a vassal of them. Through the in-game systems we would essentially be the same guild, but still separate in our identity. Personally, I don't prefer that option but it wouldn't cause any real issues and in the event that we decide to, it would make merging into them a quick and seamless process.