Rules and Expectations
- Knowledgeable – Thorough knowledge of your class and all it’s potential roles is expected. You should be able to play more than one spec if needed.
- Reliability – We have a very high expectation for attendence. You should be available for over 95% of scheduled raids. Emergencies are expected. We run a tight roster and run a short weekly raid schedule, as progression guilds go. Regular absences simply cannot be tolerated.
- Dedication – We want people who WANT to raid, not people who just show up. Having an alt you play at a high level of efficiency for composition changes, while not required, is very strongly encouraged. World of Logs and Wow Progress rankings should matter to you.
- Preparedness – We expect you to arrive with appropriate consumables, even though they are more often than not provided. Participation on our forums, doing research on class changes and encounters and keeping current are all expected. Have required add-ons installed (listed on forums).
- Talking – Yes, you have to talk in raid. If you’re shy on Vent/Mumble, you won’t last here. Causing wipes because you neglected to announce something relevant is highly frowned on.
- Be cool – Be respectful to your fellow players. This means not only your guildmates but everyone else as well. This is important. We don’t care how well you rank on WoL if you’re also a notorious trade chat or forum troll.
We leave our loot on Group Loot. Need is for Main Spec or very commonly used Off Specs, Greed is for Off Specs. However, we expect people to pass on loot for the betterment of the raid, as requested by officers. Essentially, don’t be greedy, expect to occasionally be asked to pass something you want. We prefer to keep the environment friendly, and have found just leaving it at Group Loot adds efficiency and trust. Chalk it up as an advantage for 10 man raids.