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[Stormrage][A] <Brood Theory> (10/10 H) LF RDPS and 2 heals for mythic NH and ToS

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<Brood Theory> (10/10 H) is a progression-focused raiding guild looking for exceptional RDPS and 2 healers for mythic Nighthold progression and Tomb of Sargeras. Tuesdays and Thursdays (10pm-1am EST) are for serious progression.  We currently have 16 active raiding spots filled for our 20 man team, so we kindly ask for patience as we assemble our group! On Wednesdays, (10-1am EST) we have an open guild raid designed to farm content and gear alts; we are currently farming heroic NH on Wednesdays. We also use Wednesdays to sell carries, so we can stock up the guild bank with flasks, potions, feasts, and repairs. We allow 750g in repairs a day for our raiders, and we provide you with free flasks, feasts, and potions if  needed.

Requirements:

Voice:

Discord

Add-ons:

RC Loot Council

Exorsus Raid Tools

Deadly Boss Mods

Skada/Recount

Other:

895+ ilvl with at least 41 traits and 30 artifact knowledge (room for leniency if needed).

At least a 4-piece set bonus from NH.

Be familiar with class itemization and DPS SIMS.

Watch videos of fights before coming to raid and follow mechanics (Will be posted in our Discord).

Be on time and ready to enter a mature, but friendly raiding environment.

Casuals also welcome and encouraged to help build the guild community and atmosphere. We are looking for more like-minded and friendly individuals to join us for different guild events, contests, and etc. Our Discord server is a place where gamers of many different games (WoW, LoL, Overwatch, etc.) can come together, meet new people, and have a great time.

So, if you are looking to progress through mythic content or just relax and be a part of a friendly atmosphere, Brood Theory may be for you!

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

If you are interested, add my Battle.Net DrSwilly#1198 and send me a message.

 

 

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