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<Reset> (Thunderhorn - US) was formed with the idea that quality, progression-level raiding and real life are not mutually-exclusive concepts. Rather, we believe that it is the quality of the time spent raiding, not quantity, that separates the good guilds from the mediocre. <Reset> is a guild of veteran end-game raiders, many of whom have been pushing progression since the early days of Vanilla WoW. Many members of Reset's roster have played together in some level or another for the better part of a decade, and we have killed enough bosses, wiped enough times, that we understand that raiding success is a team effort, and a team effort only.
Historically, its members have partaken in US and World Top 100, Top 25, and Top 10 kills. <Reset> and its members have been part of world-record setting kills. What is most impressive, however, is that the guild accomplished this with a raid schedule that was half of most other progression guilds. We accomplished these feats through persistence, but also through professionalism -- a sense of trust in each other that everyone in the raid deserved to be there, and everyone was capable of doing their job.
After a short hiatus, <Reset> is proud to begin recruitment for progression raiding once again.
We are looking for a few skilled individuals to round out our 10-man raid group. Despite our old and close ties, we are welcoming to anyone that shares in the philosophy that success must be owned and earned, and never taken for granted.
We are looking for people that are excited to solve problems. We want people who are as excited to wipe on a new boss as they are to get a new piece of loot. We're looking for people that understand that success is the product of incremental progression, a process which necessarily includes failure, learning, and adjustment. We want people who want to keep the train going, and not people who simply want to ride along.
Maybe these are just words to you, but if they're not, then you know they're true. If so, you're the kind of raider we're looking for -- and we're the kind of guild you're looking for.
<Reset> raids 9 hours per week, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, from 8:00-11:00 server time (Central). These times may shift based on what's most suitable for the guild.
We are currently recruiting excellent ranged DPS and healers. Please visit our recruitment forum at http://www.resetguild.us to apply.
Edited by Psiserrat on 1/4/2013 12:24 PM PST
It went something like this:
Jyrian: "I really feel like going to this other server is going to be good because, well, I've wanted to for a really long time. The guild leader there saw me heal a Firelands raid for them and afterwards offered to pay to transfer my toon. The guild I'm going to is at the same progression level as Ruthless, so it's not that I'm leaving for better progression. Instead of being on top of their server like we are, they are like 7th and I just really feel like a big fish in a small pond."
Rest of Ruthless:
Laughing our !@# off from what we were hearing because of how terrible his healing was, his spacial awareness, and oh yeah, only focusing on trying to hit world of log rankings instead of anything that has anything to do with any part of the fight, which caused us months of wiping on the Boat and Spine Heroics.
It makes me laugh, because his side of the story was all about how the rest of Ruthless wanted to do Spine a certain way, and when you guys finally tried "his" way, you guys killed it that night.
If he told you guys it wasnt about being more progressed, then i hope you guys didnt believe him. His "big fish" speech was about him boasting about how good he was, and his intentions with the transfer was to pass you guys in MoP. Being the big fish he was, got him benched for someone else better, then later kicked.
I am sorry you had to deal with him for as long as you did, and his e-peen from trying to hard for WoL ranks.
I think his spine strat was having your tanks switching their roles (dk takes amalg and druid takes bloods vs. druid/amalg and dk/bloods). Apparently, you would never listen to him about that and he easily sat at 30-40k(or whatever a high number might have been at the time) hps with 0 mana probs on that fight. He also said that you guys went for Zon'ozz when he was pushing for Yor'sahj.
Edited by Howdoing on 3/4/2013 8:38 AM PST
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