These menus should look something like the below image:
From this screen you can look at information about the various available recruits, or current guild members. The left side will display the first 10 players, and you can use the right arrow button at the bottom to go to the next 10. If you are on any page other than the first, a left arrow button will become available to allow you to go back to the prior 10 players. You can also use the up and down arrows to scroll through the list. The Back button in the lower right corner will return you to the Town Menu.
Let's take a look at the different fields that are displayed for the selected player -
Player – The name of the person who plays this character in the game.
Character – The name of the character in the game, as seen on the left side of the screen.
Class – The class of this person's character. (See the New Game section for more details on the different classes.)
Main Hand – This is the weapon currently equipped by this character. You can click on it for a description and stats.
Off Hand - This is the off hand item currently equipped by this character. You can click on it for a description and stats.
Armor - This is the armor currently equipped by this character. You can click on it for a description and stats.
Trinket - This is the trinket currently equipped by this character. You can click on it for a description and stats.
HP – Hit Points, or Health Points, are a measure of how much damage this character can take before death.
MP – Magic Points, or Manna Points, are a measure of how much magical energy this character can wield. All spells use these points to cast.
AP – Armor Points are a measure of how much damage a character's armor will prevent.
DPS – Damage Per Second is a measure of how much damage a character will do with an attack.
Gear Score – A number relating to the level of equipment a character is wearing. This has no real redeeming value other than being used as a measure of how well a character is doing in the fantasy world.
Personality (Recruit Screen) – Click on this button for more information about the player.
Morale (View Screen) – A score relating how happy this player is with the game and the guild. The higher the number, the happier the player. If this value drops too low, they will consider quitting the guild. This can also be clicked on for more detailed information about the player's feeling.
Perk – Some characters have special skills that can help the guild in battle. Herbalists can produce healing potions to help out the raid, while Alchemists can produce manna potions that will help casters be able to keep going longer.
Threat Modifier – A value referencing how much attention this character's actions will attract monsters. To put it simply, a character with a high thread modifier will be attacked more often by monsters.
Crit Chance Bonus – The percentile bonus that a character will score a critical hit. By default, all attacks have a 1% chance of being a critical hit.
Crit Damage Multiplier – A value that damage is multiplied by when a critical hit occurs. Thus, a value of 2 would mean that a critical hit would be double the normal damage.
Crit Heal Bonus – The percentile bonus that a character will score a critical heal. By default, all healing spells have a 1% chance of being a critical heal.
Crit Heal Multiplier – A value that damage is multiplied by when a critical heal occurs. Thus, a value of 2 would mean that a critical heal would be double the normal healing.
Ability – Some classes have special abilities, namely Warriors, Clerics, and Druids. Warriors have AOE Taunt, which lets them attract the attention of multiple opponents during a single round of combat. Clerics and Druids have Battle Rez, which can be used once per fight to restore a dead ally to life. (Note: This ability can only be used once per fight, no matter how many people have it. Having multiple healers does not allow for multiple uses.)
When on the Recruit Screen, you can select the Confirm button on the bottom left to add the selected player to the guild. There is also a small display at the bottom of the screen listing how many members you have in the guild, broken down by character class. On the View Screen, your character's morale will be the average morale of the entire guild. Additionally from the View Screen you have the option of kicking members from your guild – expect yourself.
The up and down arrow keys can be used to traverse the list of players, or the number keys can be used to jump to a specific player. On the Recruit Screen, the Enter key is a shortcut for the Confirm button.