Not sure if you guys are still looking or willing to faction cange but we are in need of DPS to fill immediate openings.
Horde Side | Ner'Zhul |
Raids are Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 8PM-11PM Server Time (Pacific)
1 Warrior (DPS)-
1 Priest (Holy or Disc)-
2 Death Knight (DPS)-
1 Monk (DPS)-
1 Paladin (DPS)-
Currently 16/16 and 2/6 H MSV
Who and What We are About:
<Grey Goose> (Ner'zhul) was formed in May '09 and started off as a small group of players looking to progress in current content. Back in WotLK, we cleared Ulduar 10 & 25 (drakes), ToGC 25 4/5, ToGC 10 5/5, and 11/12 HM in ICC25 (drakes) and 11/12 HM ICC10 (drakes). In FL we started with a small 10 man group and ended up going 2/7H 25 while struggling to push back up to 25mans and recruit to get our core solidified. Most recently we went 4/8H DS25 when the game started to slow down and we were forced into 10 man raiding where we cleared DS 8/8H.We are currently 6/6 MV and 1/6 HoF and looking to get some solid raiders to keep our team fresh and competitive for 25 man heroic progression in MoP.Depending on your perspective, we consider ourselves a casual, but highly motivated progression guild. Raiding only 3 nights a week, we've managed to push through the latest content quickly and make large progress in the current end-game tier!We work together as a team, and expect input from everyone when attempting progression content. No content-related opinion should go unheard or unspoken, as long as it is given with a positive tone and at the appropriate time.
:Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 8 to 11:00 Server Time (Pacific Standard Time)
We are currently recruiting almost all classes and specs to fill in our 25 mans with skilled, reliable players. Core spots are available to people who show their ambition to raid consistently. The ability to get raid ready quickly and be an active, skilled, friendly, and helpful guild member will be strong deciding factors as to who gets priority on raid invites.Expectations:We aren't hardcore and after world/realm firsts, but we ask that you be serious with your time as well as ours. We ask that you put in the time and commitment to be some of the first on the server who are raid ready so we can get in the new raids as a guild as quickly as possible. MoP raiding is a bit different, in that we're seeing new content being released constantly. Even if we aren't in a new raid dungeon, be prepared with general knowledge of strats by reading, watching videos, and running LFR (When we aren't as a guild).Spend your time outside of raids preparing flasks, foods, enchants, gems, etc. Actively keep up with threads on websites like elitistjerks.com and mmo-champion.com so that you are putting out the most dps/heals as possible and staying up to date with changes to your class. We do what it takes to make sure our own characters are optimized, so please do the same.We do not tolerate bad attitudes, loot drama, people with chips on their shoulders, and all around baggage that they couldn't leave outside of WoW. We raid to have fun, enjoy the content, and be rewarded for our efforts; not to waste time arguing or playing psychiatrist. We largely enjoy the people we play with, and we even do a couple RL events each year.We're also not your mommy, school teacher or yard duty. IF you have a personal conflict with another raider we suggest you work it out with them. The officers do not enjoy playing a medium in a battle of personalities. We expect that you act like an adult.
Visit greygoose-guild.com and register under your character's name. Navigate to our "WoW Applications" forum to begin the application process.It is recommended to type up your answers in a separate program, to avoid losing your hard work due to a timed logout.If your application is accepted, you be given a trial membership which allows us to assess you while you do the same to us. Trial periods last from as short as 7 days to as long as 20 days.For questions regarding application status or for more info about the guild, whisper an officer; Hatedjustice, Noobrejuv, Coletta, Rekanos, or our recruitment specialist, Feer. However, most of our guild members can be very helpful as well.
Tips to Help Out Your App:
Your application is our first impression of you. Before submitting, double check spelling and grammar until you are completely satisfied. Take the time to fully answer each question.Yes, the haiku is a mandatory question. If you don't know what one is, please take the time to Google it, understand it, and try to write an original Haiku. Best of luck to all applicants and any future endeavors you may have.
Edited by Nucastle on 1/30/2013 10:56 AM PST