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INTRODUCTION:
Laid back bunch of people with a serious ambition to get stuff done without the bad kind of drama. Making sure that with a strong leadership: raiding, pvp, loot distribution and behind the scenes work will be as streamlined as possible so that you, as a member, can focus on your leisure time being pleasant. Building a great community is our main focus and we think this should be a core value for every guild.

EXPECTATIONS:

  • A positive mature mindset. No SJW's or snow flakes
  • High raid attendancy +-90%. We understand IRL sometimes stands in the way but don't become the person that makes the raid go "WHAT, AGAIN?"
  • Don't go rogue without notice for signed up events
  • Self-sufficiency. Learn raids beforehand, show up prepared (flasks etc) and researching your class
  • Able to receive and give criticism
  • No elitism
  • Decent English, both writing and speaking
  • Discord + mic. Push-to-talk during raids
  • Patience during raids

OFFERING:

  • Strong and experienced leadership
  • Transparency in guild related matters
  • DKP system for loot. Loot council is still on the table
  • Main focus lies on PVE - will schedule PVP events
  • Streamlined events with low downtime

RAID SCHEDULE:

  • Tuesday/Thursday/Sunday 20:30 - 23:00 server time
  • Two raids a week once we're on farm status
  • Invites start at 20:00 server time

NEEDS:

  • CLASSES: all
  • STAFF: Raid leader, Officers and Class leaders

CONTACT:
Socials are welcome too! More info? Questions? Want to apply? Please join our discord:
http://discord.gg/brkMt32

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