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[Bleeding Hollow] [H] <Methodical> 4/7M 2/3H M/T/TH 9:30PM-12:30AM EST Recruiting!

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Methodical is in search of dedicated players that are looking to push content in a semi-hardcore environment. All of our raiders try to be on a first-name basis with each other. Our raids are very fun when it comes to farm and carries, however, we do clean up when it's time for progression. When it comes to raiding we do provide benefits, paid for by selling carries. 

All-in-all we are looking for players willing to: consistently improve their performance, take responsibility, and synergize with a group of players. If this interests you, all of our info is below.

Information:
Guild: Methodical
Creation: 2013
Server: Bleeding Hollow
Faction: Horde
VoIP: Discord
Website: http://www.methodical-guild.net

Raids:
Raid Progression: 4/7 M EN 2/3 H ToV
Raid Dates: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday.
Raid Times: 9:30P-12:30A EST (Be online by 9:15P)

Benefits:
Spirit Cauldrons
Potion Program
Extensive Raid Repairs

Recruitment:
The below are just current needs, we are accepting all exceptional players.
Tanks: N/A, looking for OS tanks and subs.
Ranged: Boomkin & Others , & looking for subs
Melee: Open (Non-Leather), & looking for subs.
Healers: Restoration Shaman, looking for subs.

If interested please contact one of the players listed below we can give information about: Bleeding Hollow, Methodical, and our raids. 

Contact Info:
Merkshow#1993 (GM)
Sappora#1724 (Recruitment)
Franny#1457 (Officer)
Borlax#1380 (Officer)

 

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