"Do You Want to Date My Avatar" is a music video featuring the members of The Knights of Good dressed up as their avatars from the game.
“Making of Do You Want to Date My Avatar" is a featurette that takes you behind the scenes to learn how Felica Day wrote the lyrics and created the music and costumes with some assistance.
“Halloween Video” features The Knights of Good as they go trick or treating in their costumes.
“Tips for Making a Web Video” features Felicia Day and the producers sharing how to create a web series. They tackle topics including how to finance the project and attract audiences and how to make the series look professional.
In “How to Build Vork's Sword” Greg Aronowitz gives step-by-step instructions on how he made Vork's sword and where to get the supplies. This was pretty cool in addition to being useful for those who would want a sword like this
“Interviews with the Axis of Anarchy” gives some insight and background about the Knights of Good's nemesis, the Axis of Anarchy.
“Guild Applicant Rejects” features the full videos of applicants during the Knights of Good recruiting drive. What’s fun is that only one is made by an actor; the rest were submissions from fans of the series.
Also included is a gag reel and a PDF file of the script that you can read via a CD-ROM drive.
Season three builds upon the past two previous seasons and improves upon it. While the storyline is a bit over the top, most of what happens are only slight embellishments of what really occurs inside and outside of a game. Most characters in The Guild are anti-social and awkward, which is an accurate representation of many types of players you find in MMOs. Fans of MMOs will either see aspects of themselves or someone they know in the characters. But even non-MMO players will enjoy this series. And good news for fans of the series — the fourth season can currently be viewed online!