Topic Ally social/leveling guild recruiting now!
Scientists (read: Gnomes and Goblins trying to outdo one another) have found that the average WoW player suffers from one of the following ailments:
•Has a quirky schedule in which to play WoW.
•Wants to have an alt they can just go and socially relax on.
•Wants a place where their kids can play WoW.
•Doesn’t like being pigeon-holed into a role (aka - pigeon-roled).
•Lack of confidence regarding abilities in a team environment.
•Suffers from altoholism.
•Feels altoholism should be embraced.
•In a guild, but doesn’t feel like part of the guild.
•Drops punny remarks that no one in current guild family seems to get.
•Reads this post and thinks the writer is an odd duck.
•Begins to consider being around more ducks.
•Has a busy schedule and doesn’t have time to raid.
•Is afraid of the raiding environment and the pressure/expectations.
•Has millions of transmog ideas, zero means of facilitating them.
If you suffer from one of the above-mentioned ailments, it’s time you consider Rebirth II, a Level 25 Social & Leveling Guild on the Alliance side of the Mok'Nathal server.
With over 100 toons, 7 bank tabs, weekly events, and tons of witty intellectual banter, we offer a big city guild with a small town smirk. We can help you enjoy all the aspects of the game you currently take part in, and provide a laid back atmosphere in which to experience some of the other areas that you haven’t yet had the chance to enjoy (such as, but not limited to: running dungeons and scenarios with ... wait for it... *FRIENDLY guildies*, alt leveling, recipe hunting, transmog hunting, rep grinds, loving on the squirrels, and killing the Darkmoon bunny - because he is evil & vicious and must be destroyed). If this sounds like a match made in heaven to you, then it probably is. Drop a member a line today, and tell 'em Gypsy sent ya!
(**Warning** Side effects may include: an incredible amount of fun, side splitting laughter, random acts of kindness, acquiring that recipe/pet/mount that has thus far eluded you, developing irritating rashes (aka - fondness for friends previously unidentified), and finally that awkward moment where your beverage of choice suddenly coats your computer monitor because of something someone said in guild chat. Yes, it happens.)
For more information, please contact your physician. If he or she stares at you blankly, you may also visit our website at http://rebirthii.guildlaunch.com/index.php?gid=70752 to find more information and fill out an application!