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Back again, Durotan. Since the last time we've spanked some big baddies, made some new friends, and lost some old ones. So now we're here for more and we're hoping to find some new blood.
You know your class inside and out.
You not only know the best rotation for even your weakest spec, but have the sufficient gear to back it up. Your browser's favorites have a plethora of links to blogs, discussion boards and informative blizzard notes regarding even the most miniscule details about your chosen class, to be summoned at a moment’s notice. Your knowledge of your class borders on obsession and nothing will change that.
You meet our raid times.
Nothing makes you as excited as spending your Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays decimating big-baddies. You will always, with special exception to emergencies, be available 11PM EST - 2AM EST on raid nights. The idea of being late without mention you find disgusting, and you have a hari-kari set ready just in case.
You find the idea of not being prepared for a fight criminal.
You find the tanks or raid leaders' persistent Ventrillo call outs redundant. Hell, DBM only knows when things are about to happen because you're the one that told it. You're actually pretty sure you've got the strategy for Garrosh ready to go.
You find the idea of not being prepared for a raid night punishable by Death.
You can't remember the last time you went more than 20 minutes without getting a new piece of gear enchanted and gemmed after a raid. Your stock of flasks and pots sent alchemists into early retirement. Reagent Vendors had you on their Christmas Card mailing lists.
You understand what the word Progression really means.
You're not afraid of the challenge new content brings, and expect to wipe for at least a night on it. You're even prepared for more. You still understand, however, that previously cleared content does not count as acceptable material to commit the crime of wipe fests on. Progression should never be regression.
You expect and accept constructive criticism, even after a hard night.
The raid leader won't come close to understanding your class as much as you do, but their words of wisdom are still important and received well all the same. You understand you are a part of this guild for a reason, so you acknowledge they aren't picking on you. You take pride in how your raid leader picks your performance to dissect and vow to hone the skills they mention to perfection.
You voice concerns to your raid leader or a guild officer in whispers or through private messages on our site, but not in a public venue.
Eventually everyone encounters some kind of issue; it’s unavoidable. But you understand the best way to avoid creating a bigger problem is to address the issue right away, in a non-confrontational discussion.
You find the idea of Drama in any sense appalling.
To even think of starting drama causes you to break out in hives, and your natural reaction to others' drama is to change the subject to how your group owned face in the last raid.
You aren't just interested in the "9-5."
Your guild should be as close to a family as you could hope from an online community. You shouldn't be afraid of staying on after raids, coming on before them, leveling alts with us, or just shooting the @@%% around g-chat.
We are currently looking for the following:
* Affliction Warlock
* We are currently also looking for an exceptional non-priest healer.
We are currently progressed with:
*Protectors on Farm for Elite (Huge accomplishment, right?)
Even if your class is not listed, we are always searching for enthusiastic players. Remix is also opening its doors for players looking for a more social environment. The ideals of Drama and Constructive Criticism listed above still apply to Social Players. If you find yourself interested, please inquire with Shuckles on RealID at “shuckles#1883”, or simply look for me on the top floor of the Shrine of the Two Moons at the gaming table.
Edited by Shuckles on 2/18/2013 1:02 AM PST
Hiya, Spyte. :)
Bumping for more new recruits. Looking for:
possibly an exceptional healer.
Information not included:
The healer position is technically an alt position at the moment, but it may quickly turn into a regular core spot. Those applying for this possible spot should keep this in mind while applying.
Edited by Shuckles on 2/18/2013 1:18 AM PST
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