Autopsy is currently searching for a second tank. Our OT is transitioning to DPS, and we're looking for someone with your experience. Here's our spam & I look forward to chatting with you if you're interested.
Realm: Mal'Ganis (PvP) [H] / CST Time Zone / New York Data Center / High Thriving Population
25m MoP Progression: http://www.wowprogress.com/guild/us/mal-ganis/Autopsy/rating.tier14_25
Raid Times: T/W/Th, 7:30-11:30 server (CST)
Guild Website: http://autopsyguild.wowstead.com/
Contact Info: Real ID - firstname.lastname@example.org or Battle Tag - Doma#1697
I can tell you all about how good we are or about how great we're going to be, but if you can't get behind our guild mentality than you're wasting our time as well as your own, so if you're going to take the time to read anything about us, read our message:
Autopsy is a very active Horde progression raiding guild on an even more active server, Mal'Ganis. Mal'Ganis has and always will be a strong server in the PvP and PvE community, and because of its high population you can do things most servers can't.
We have an abundance of high quality personality that is astonishing for something over the internet in Autopsy, and the social aspect of an online game is something many of us enjoy and can't imagine raiding without. Most importantly we look for exceptional players, but also people that we can enjoy the game with. Our raiders do things outside of our raid schedule, they are apart of our guild and not just our raid, and are active on Mumble as well as our guild forums. On a typical off night of raiding, we have 15-18 different people from our main raid on mumble every night. We're always trying to get this number to continue to grow.
Our roster ranges from 29-33 and is constantly changing for the betterment of progression. Even if you've been with us for 3 or more months, tough decisions will be made. Our core of raiders is made up of mostly Males in their low to mid 20s that like to have a little too much fun at times, but we also know the times to be serious. The goal of our raid environment is also meant to be positive. If negativity arises it only hurts guild morale, and can take the fun out of something we've been doing for years; however, we're not here to baby you. If some dude online calls you a !@#$%^ or if you get a low roll on a dungeon blue your jimmies should remain unrustled.
Important Raider Qualities:
We highly value a players drive to improve because it's my belief that everyone should have the drive to improve in anything they do in life. Without it, why do it? The quality of the raid gets better and better everyday. If you're not improving with it, you'll be surpassed and replaced.
Consistency is another attribute our raiders must have. Performance shouldn't drop 25 attempts later, and the next week should be better than the week before, but consistency has a double meaning to us. You must also be dependable. Not only should you be dependable in your attendance, but in every aspect of raiding. We need to be able to count on you.
They are something every guild needs to be successful. Without expectations written in stone or a hierarchy of players, raids will never be organized and efficient. On our guild website we have a very detailed strict set of rules & expectations that can be viewed by anyone. This way, our raiders or even officers can be held accountable for their actions if needed. Here's our policies: http://autopsyguild.wowstead.com/forums/public/guild-policies
My methodology is to treat Autopsy as if it were a business. It must be run efficiently and effectively with a huge emphasis on communication. Communication is the key to any human relationship. Without it, problems that arise can never be fixed. We try to solve and prevent these miscommunication issues by requiring regular raider meetings. A raider meeting is a meeting between myself (Domaradsly) and 2-3 raiders or new recruits. In this meeting I will express my feelings about yourself. Things you excel at and things you can improve on. Then you get the chance to voice your opinions. Not only about myself, but of any guild related functions you may have a problem with, so that Autopsy can ultimately continue to become a better place.
A large part of a leaders job is to inspire those around him. As a result, goals become a common goal that everyone is working together to achieve. Hopefully I've inspired you to think the same way do, and hopefully you can continue reading more about our guild on our guild website: http://autopsyguild.wowstead.com/ - Thank you.