Topic [H] Shock 10m 6/12 ToT LF Resto Druid!
Edited by Huntàrd on 3/21/13 9:25 PM (PDT)
Shock is a hardcore casual raiding guild on the Icecrown (PVE) server. We strive to maximize our time and conquer new content during our 9 hour raid week. Characterized by starting and ending promptly, our raids have a businesslike feel where efficiency is a chief concern. We maintain a friendly, helpful atmosphere and hold each other accountable to a high level of execution. Raid times are focused on 10 man raid content including achievements and hard modes. Past content as well as pvp, heroics, and other events are done on our off nights.
For more detailed information, and to fill out an application on our website, please visit: http://shock.guildlaunch.com/custom.php?page_id=12759&gid=15439
We're currently looking for a few high attendance and highly skilled raiders to round out our core 10m raid team. As always, we'll consider exceptional candidates in ALL classes, but are especially seeking:
1 Resto Druid
1 Elemental Shaman
1 Enhancement Shaman
1 Balance Druid
1 Feral Druid
1 Holy Paladin
Exceptional players of any class/spec are always welcome and encouraged to join!
Raid Schedule (Icecrown is a Mountain Time server)
Monday: 7pm-10pm server time (9pm-12pm EST/6pm-9pm PDT)
Tuesday: 7pm-10pm server time (9pm-12pm EST/6pm-9pm PDT)
Wednesday: 7pm-10pm server time (9pm-12pm EST/6pm-9pm PDT)
We are currently 6/12 Normal 10m ToT. You can always check our progress at:
Active Raiders must attend 66% of all raids to maintain Active Raider status. Raiders that do not meet this requirement will be demoted to Inactive Raider. Active status will be calculated weekly on a 4 week rolling period (12 raids). Flasks, food, and potions will be provided to Active Raiders and Recruits by the Guild Bank. We expect all members of the core raid group to have working knowledge of current content, and prepare themselves by watching videos and strategies for progression and upcoming content.
Shock assigns loot from raids via a Loot Council System. Players link their current item they wish to upgrade for the item that has dropped, a council of officers debate and vote who they think best deserves the item based on attendance, performance, ilvl, past loot history, and other factors.
It's true it's true. I am kind of a big deal on the internet!
(forced to write "I will not hijack my guild's recruitment thread to talk about how awesome I am." x 100)