Guild Banks weren’t added to TBC until Patch 2.3.0 (linked to Phase 4 content). Blizzard has stated they will NOT be available at the launch of TBC Classic. But they plan to implement them before Phase 4.
Your guild officers will be thankful for a shared banking system they can use. But you can also leverage this new system for personal use.
- Form a guild using a dedicated bank alt by buying a guild charter.
- You’ll need 9 other unguilded characters to sign the charger. You can either offer to pay people or organize a guild charter signing party with your guild.
- Once the guild is formed boot the other founding members and head to the bank to buy your guild bank tabs.
Guild bank tabs get expensive fast, but they offer a lot of slots and don’t require the use of bags. In the end, it is more ex
pensive than using several bank alts, but much less time-consuming.
Tab costs, in order:
Each tab offers 98 slots. Buy what you need to start. Remember gold is more plentiful in Outland, so tabs 4-6 will be more accessible after you’ve been level 70 for a while.