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[Zul'jin][H] <Whisky Gamers> looking for new members

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Howdy and thanks for checking this out! 

After a few weeks of coming back to WoW and guild hoping on a few different servers, I have decided to form my own guild <Whisky Gamers>! I’ve noticed that a lot of guild nowadays are spam heavy, and this leads to a lot of big guilds with a ton inactive players. I don’t want this guild to become one of those.

     What I’m trying to accomplish:

  • I am trying to form up a guild that can be a mix of hardcore and casual, PvE and PvP, and actually social with other members in the guild. So what I’ve come up with is a somewhat decent guild structure that seems like it might work. 
  • I am the GM by title only, I would like to have a council of officers actually lead the guild. Included in the officers would be an Event Coordinator to help schedule guild events. Past that have specific people join in as “PvP Leaders” and “Raid Leaders”.

At the moment, I have five friends in the guild, who all have returned to wow with me. So as a guild we don’t have any progression into anything, no formal raid teams, or any PvP groups. I would like to start with recruiting people willing to learn boss encounters, lead raids, and help teach other members. Also any player who would want to PvP with a guild or anyone willing to lead premade PvP groups. I’d like this to grow as a guild instead of becoming one of those “elitist guilds” making players feel like they are not welcome to join up with us because they don’t have the knowledge or the gear to join.

Side note: WoW’s naming policy wouldn’t let me use the right spelling of “whiskey”.

If you’re interested in being a part of the guild or have any questions hit me up in game (Captcadaver or BT is Thoryn#11514, “Zul’jin”), or anyone else in the guild!

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