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Im an officer in the guild Reborn on Draenor. We are currently recruiting DPSfor heroic and then mythic progression. Current progress is 9/10HC.
Here is some info:
Raid Days: Wed/Mon - 20:00-23:00 (server time)
Currently in need of DPS all applicants will be considered!
Reborn started as a handful of long-time raiders and IRL friends who have been raiding on and off since vanilla at both hardcore and casual levels. Were now aiming to be somewhere in-between where we can progress efficiently but raid on a more casual 2 day a week schedule.
In Legion our immediate goal was to raid heroic Emerald Nightmare and recruit enough like minded people who would like to be part of a project from the ground-up and eventually want to raid Mythic. We were able to forge a dedicated and
skilled core quicker than expected, however we have recently lost a few players due to real life commitments.
Who are we looking for? All classes/roles will be considered at the moment but with preference to those mentioned above!
Any logs/videos/stream of your performance would be advantageous! Dedicated to their class and guild progression
*Have in-depth knowledge of your class and spec
*Possess the right attitude of min-maxing your character/s and using all resources available to better your performance
*Not easily offended or shy
*Reliable, prepared and able to raid 2 days a week
*Keen to be involved in Mythic+ groups, alt raids etc
*Able to join and contribute on our Discord
What we offer
*Experienced guild management and raid leading
*focused but banterous atmosphere in and outside of raids
*raid spot and the chance to experience all future mythic raids (once accepted)
*The chance to be involved in all other content outside of raids and even WoW
*focused core of raiders, some of which who have played their class/role for many expansions.
If you think you'd fit in well and have the right attitude feel free to drop me or another officer a message in game:- Xia, Ricodyn, Blíksem, Kaladria, Xero (Solis#2858).
The change is coming later this year
Blizzard announced their plans to discontinue the support of Windows XP / Vista later this year, meaning you won't be able to play the games on said platforms. Once the games aren't supported, you will need to upgrade your operating system to play.
Starting later this year, we will begin the process of ending support for Windows XP and Windows Vista in World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo III, Hearthstone, and Heroes of the Storm. Microsoft ceased mainstream support for these versions of Windows in 2009 and 2012, respectively, but since a decent portion of our audience was still using them at the time, we continued supporting them. However, there have been three major Windows releases since Vista, and at this point, the vast majority of our audience has upgraded to one of the newer versions.
After these older operating systems are no longer supported, the games will not run on them, so we encourage any players who are still using one of the older OSes to upgrade to a newer version. We’ll be rolling out this change on a staggered schedule, and will post further notices as we get closer to making the change for each game.
Please note that the use of third-party software (also known as "bots") is against the ToS and will get your account suspended. This article is purely informative and doesn't promote botting in any way.
Blizzard has filed a motion for default judgment against Bossland, the creator of third-party automation software (also knowns as bots) and the company demands a total sum of $8,740,235.41 for damages caused by the creator.
Bossland is well-known for creating bots for every Blizzard title According to the motion, the bot creator sold 42,818 copies of bots in the US and Blizzard estimates a single violation (sold copy) to be worth $200 More details are available over at Torrentfreak.
This is a follow up to our previous post, where we wrote about Blizzard winning a lawsuit against Honorbuddy. Let's hope this one ends good for Blizzard, so we can all enjoy a fair gaming environment and normalized AH prices!
Activision Blizzard has revealed its results for the last quarter of 2016, as well as some general information about the previous year. Overwatch was the big winner for Blizzard in 2016.
2016 was one the best years ever for Activision Blizzard and its Blizzard Entertainment division. To be more precise, Blizzard had its highest average Monthly Active Users (MAUs) in 2016 at 36 million, up 37% from 2016 and 87% from 2014. For the last quarter of 2016, Blizzard's MAUs rose to 41 million.
As far as player investment is concerned, Blizzard had record levels of quarterly and full-year in-game revenues, driven by World of Warcraft in-game content and continued strength of Overwatch customization items. An interesting detail is that Blizzard doesn't depend that much on World of Warcraft for its earnings (more than 60% of its segments revenues came from its other franchises) and that 20% of its revenues came from consoles.
There are plans for more linear media (that is comics, digital animated movies and perhaps even TV series or films) planned for all of Blizzard's titles - especially, though, for Overwatch. Blizzard's newest title proved to be a success since it became the company's fastest game ever to reach 25 million players, surpassing Diablo III's previous record.
Lastly, World of Warcraft's subscribers grew by 10% in 2016 and over 20% in the last months of 2016, proving that Legion has managed to revitalise the game. Hearthstone also saw its playerbase rise by 20% last year. There was no mention of Heroes of the Storm, Diablo III and StarCraft 2.
You can find the entire report here and the slideshow presentation here.
Associate Community Representative Tim Frazier better known as "Trikslyr" has announced that he's leaving Blizzard to pursue his caster career. So far he's doing a tremendous job at HGC and yesterday's game between Misfits and Fnatic was a good example!
The first announcement was made some time ago on reddit.
Taking the casting position was a contracted position, not a position posted as a Blizzard employee. So, long story short, I'm no longer a Blizzard employee, thus no flair.
But, I get to cast and be a part of HGC and work side by side with Blizzard! Pretty exciting.
Yesterday, he reconfirmed it on Twitter.
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