Raiders DO need to fill out a guild application.
Raiders can expect a semi-hardcore/semi-casual raid, a fun but critical raid environment, a guild that can kill in a timely manner, a guild of people that provide criticism in a respectful manner, and an environment where you are expected to improve and contribute to the guild.
Casual players DO NOT need to fill out a guild application.
Casuals can expect a mature guild, a chance to raid occasionally if opportunities are open, a server with a lot of PuG raids, a server with a good economy, a warm and sometimes silly environment that is always welcoming to anyone willing to join.
Rule breaking will lead to guild removal. We want to be a respected guild, so don’t do things that may lead others to question the guild’s integrity.
1. No player should engage in excessive Trade Chat/WoW forums/other fan-site trolling. Don’t offend others.
2. No player should attempt to start drama. Be an adult.
3. No player should ever break the ToU by using bots or scripts. You will be reported.
Additionally, if your account becomes compromised you may be removed from the guild temporarily until you can regain control.
All ranks are required to follow guild rules. Note: Raider rank is affected by Attendance and Performance Expectations (See Below).
- Leadership roles
- Ability to access Guild Bank
- Core and bench raiders
- Skilled and dependable members
- Casual members who want to possibly raid
- Demoted raiders
- Casual members who don’t want to raid
- Community members
- Fresh applicants
- Probationary position
Raiders: Performance Expectations
Your performance will be scrutinized weekly via Warcraft Logs parses and through repeated wipes/mistakes you may have caused. This can affect your Guild Rank.
1. Everyone must be prepared for raid fights, whether details are provided by Officers, self-taught, or through Google documents prepared by the guild.
2. Mechanics of fights always come first. Then booze, then fun. Lots of fun!
3. Everyone must listen to certain call-outs such as switching to adds or providing a certain cool down without repeatedly failing.
4. If constructive criticism is provided because above rules are not followed and a raider does not take them seriously, their raider spot will be taken away upon review.
Please remember there are 19+ other people depending and waiting on you. Respect other peoples time. Poor attendance can affect your Guild Rank.
Attendance is tracked via spreadsheets that can be accessed by Officers and the Guild Master.
List of what is tracked that affects your attendance:
1. On time and ready
2. Late and raiding
3. Late and not raiding
4. On time and leaving early
6. Excessive AFKing
We understand that things come up such as the need to stay late at work, extra time to study, and family issues. We aren’t here to punish you for those. We just need you to communicate to us in a timely manner if you won’t be able to make it or if you will be late.
All Players: Raid Loot Rules
We use a tiered BiS MS > OS > DE system that is affected by your Guild Rank.
First Priority: Raider
Second Priority: Trials
Third Priority: Member/Casual
Fourth Priority: Pug
BoE items that are not needed by any rank will be sold for gold for the Guild Bank.
We ask that you respect other classes and players who may use similar gear to you. Please know what is BiS for you compared to others. This will allow us to build a better guild if everyone is fair on loot. In other words, don’t be a loot whore.
All Players: Guild Bank
The guild bank functions through:
1. BoE/Patterns/Extra Material Sales
3. Guild Challenges
Without donations and the sale of BoEs/Patterns/Extra Materials, the guild lacks the ability to help all members. For this reason, we ask that all members contribute to the Guild Bank in some fashion to make everyone’s playing experience more enjoyable. If you need something, ask an officer and in turn trade in something that someone else may need. JUST ASK!