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The Chaos Vanguard (16+) - Large Multi-Gaming community looking for avid and friendly Hearthstone players!

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Hey guys!
My name is ChaosKnightI and I am from The Chaos Vanguard!
The Chaos Vanguard is an extremely large Multi-Gaming community that strives to stamp its name into the online gaming world. With over 350 active members daily on teamspeak, we support a large variety of games such as League of Legends, Heroes of The Storm, Hearthstone, CS:GO, Dota II, Archeage, Diablo 3, TERA, Smite, H1Z1 and MORE. The Chaos Vanguard currently promotes both Social/Casual & Competitive play styles, we believe we can offer you the perfect community experience regardless of your play style. Whether you're good or bad, experienced or new, you will always be able to find people to play with! :)
If you like playing Hearthstone and/or any of the other games we have here, come check us out!

What can we offer for Hearthstone?
For Hearthstone we can offer you a chance to improve your gameplay in a friendly environment and share your experience with other players! What we offer:
*Coaching for Arena, including how to draft a deck and how to play it afterwards.
*Coaching for Constructed, teaching deck archetypes, meta and how to counter it.
*Hearthstone tournaments!
*Lots and lots of fun! ^^
You must be atleast 16 years old or older.
Must Have a Working Microphone.
Must Have TeamSpeak 3.
Must be able to understand/speak English.
How to Join
If you meet all the requirements above then please head on over to our website to fill out a quick and easy application! One of our staff members will respond in MINUTES, we feel it's important to get you in the game and playing with our members as fast as possible, there is no lengthy interview, a short introduction talk and you're on your way.
If you get lost and you're unsure what to do, please just jump onto our TS and poke any of our Recruiters or Moderators to help!
Further questions or stuck but a little bit shy? Feel free to add one of our recruiters/moderators in game to have a quick chat, they'll be happy to answer any questions you may have!

Thank you for taking the time to check us out and I hope to see you soon! ^^

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