[table=header]Class|Desire|Desired Main Spec|Desired Offspec
Death Knight|Medium|DPS (Any Tree)|Tank (Any Tree)
Druid|Low|DPS (Feral|Tank (Feral)
Mage|Medium|Arcane or Fire|Frost
Priest|High|Shadow|Heal (Holy or Disc)
Warlock|High|Destruction or Affliction|Affliction or Destruction
Warrior|Medium|Arms or Fury|Protection
We are always accepting strong applicants of any class, regardless of current desire.
A 10-man Only Raiding Guild focused on progression and achievements. We have years of experience from our members and Officership in both WoW and previous MMOs and a guild raiding history to back it up. With the release of WotLK, we are solely focusing on 10-man content for a variety of reasons, but primarily because our Officers & Members believe a tighter bond and greater challenge comes from the smaller core of players a 10-man raid provides.
We are a very accomplished Guild to date and have cleared all existing Ulduar and ToC Hard Modes, including World Second Strict Earth, Wind & Fire and World First Strict The Traitor King. We are currently the #2 ranked 10-man Strict Guild in the World with a 99% Achievement Completion rate.
We are a good group of people but take the game and raiding very seriously and expect the same of any recruit.
You may read more about us on our About Us page.
Our Raid Times Are...
Hyjal-US is on Pacific Standard Time and our raid schedule is as follows every week:
- Sunday, 6:30PM - 11:00PM PST
- Monday, 6:30PM - 11:00PM PST
- Wednesday, 6:30PM - 11:00PM PST
- You have been playing WoW and/or other MMOs for at least one year.
- You have at least 6 months of total raiding experience.
- You are looking for a long-term Guild with a tight-knit membership core with years of high-end raiding experience and exclusive focus on 10-man content.
- You understand the advantages of a Council-based loot system that Vox Immortalis currently utilizes.
- You are confident in your abilities when playing your roles in WoW, but remain open to suggestion and improvement.
- You are very aware of your surroundings when in combat during raids. You can properly avoid void zones, breaths, cleaves, swipes, proper distance to others, incoming monsters, etc. while still performing your duties fully.
- You are mature; in spirit if not age.
For a long time, Vox Immortalis maintained solely a roster of full-time raiders, which works great but can cause raids to be cancelled or delayed when one person (10% of the raid force) cannot attend a particular evening.
Therefore, we now utilize a two-tiered system for all active raid members within Vox. Each raiding member is assigned one of two ranks, which determines the expectations the Guild has on that player and conversely, what the player can expect of the Guild.
A Raider is a full-time raid member and is one of the ten active members of our daily raid roster. Any member with this designation is automatically assumed to be present for 100% of schedule raids and is therefore reserved a raid spot.
A Substitute is a part-time raid member who, when online and available during raid times, may be asked to substitute in for a Raider's position should the Raider be absent, late, or unideal for a given encounter.
There are two types of people who may want to join as a Substitute. A Dedicated Substitute is someone who is fully qualified/desires to be a full-time Raider and can meet the time/effort requirements, but because of an already max capacity full-time roster of Raiders, could not be assigned a Raider rank upon joining. This Dedicated player has indicated a desire to be a full-time Raider to the Officership and is online/available during raids and is actively substituted in for any absent Raiders. If, over time, this Dedicated player proves him or herself to be more capable than an already active Raider, or when a current Raider retires, the Officership may elect to replace the current Raider with this Dedicated player and give him or her a full-time Raider position. In general, a Dedicated Substitute is someone who wishes to be part of a high-end Strict guild like Vox Immortalis full-time, but has the patience to prove him or herself even when a full-time opening may not be available for his or her class/spec.
A Casual Substitute is someone who meets the usual requirements of knowledge, skill, and play-time of normal raid members, but for whatever reason cannot commit to 100% raid attendance based on our schedule. Therefore, while this Casual player may be capable of performing as well as our current Raiders, this player cannot meet the attendance requirements to become a full-time Raider. Instead, a Casual Substitute may wish to join Vox to be available to raid on some, but not all, of our raid nights and, when available, may be substituted in for a full-time Raider to cover absence, tardiness, etc. In general, a Casual Substitute is someone with the desire to be part of a successful Strict guild like Vox and experience high-end raid content, but cannot commit to a specific, full-time raid schedule.
If you meet all the above requirements and are still interested in applying, please fill out our application by clicking here. Please, take your time to thoroughly review each question asked as well as your answers. Many applications are discarded outright because the applicant obviously rushed through the process. In most cases, your application will be our first impression of you -- proper spelling, grammar, punctuation, and personality go a long way.
Once your application is submitted and reviewed, an Officer will contact you via e-mail or in-game with any follow-up questions we may have. If you have any questions or concerns and would like to contact an Officer before submitting an application, contact: Kulldam or Khrashdin in-game or e-mail us at [email protected] If you feel that you meet most but not all of the above requirements but have reason to believe you would still be a good fit, contact Kulldam or Khrashdin in-game to discuss.