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[Horde][Zul'jin] <Dawn of the Dead> LF Ranged DPS and Healers


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#1 Jeare

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 04:44 AM

Guild: Dawn of the Dead | http://www.dotd.org
 
Faction: Horde | Server: Zul'jin (PVE) | Timezone: EST
 
Current Progression: 12/14H | Feel free to armory me for specifics and dates.
 
We are a 25 man guild, and focus on 25 man raids. We have been raiding since release as a max raid size guild, and will continue to do 20 man raids next expansion.
 
Raid Times: Our schedule is 7:00-11:00 Sunday and Monday-Wednesday 8:00-11:00EST. It is adjusted to meet the current content. On off nights we do optional RBGs/Alt raids/Challenge Modes/Old Achievements. 
 
Needs:
We are a small guild, and we expect high attendance. As such, we recruit people to raid, and desire people who can step in and contribute immediately. We don’t recruit people to sit around, so all spots are for raiders who can expect to be in most every raid.
 
DK: DPS
Druid: Balance/Resto
Mage: Open
Paladin: Closed
Monk: Mistweaver
Priest: Shadow/Disc/Holy
Shaman: Elemental/Resto
Warrior: Closed
Hunter: Open
Rogue: Closed
Warlock: Closed
 
At this time our needs are for several Ranged (Druid/Priest/Mage/Hunter/Shaman) and 1-2 Healers (Priest/Shaman/Monk). Well geared applicants of other classes will be considered as well.
 
What we offer:
Stability- We've been raiding max size raids continuously since WoW has been released and are the only guild to have done so here on Zul'jin. We have strong leadership, no drama, and plans to keep raiding for years to come. Unlike many guilds, we're not recruiting for the short term, and we don't over-recruit.
 
Gold- We offer guild repairs (75/day initiate, 125/day member). We also offer special incentives at other times to achieve short term goals.
 
Fun- It's the reason why we play.
 
Potions, Gems, and Enchants- Supplied by the guild bank.
 
Pandaria Feasts/Noodle Carts- Used for every raid.
 
What we ask of you:
Effort – Not all applicants come from highly progressed guilds, and that’s OK. But it does mean that you need to be prepared. At a minimum, you need to have the best non-raid (BOE/Flex) gear available to you, with gems and top end enchants. You need to be able to display an understanding of your class mechanics, role in a raid, and ability to learn new fights.
Attitude – It’s a game. We play for fun. Fit with the guild is taken very seriously. We’re a bunch of mostly 18-30 guys and girls who have fun playing together. While we have a good time, we also know when it’s time to buckle down and work hard.
Skill – The best way to determine skill is to see you in a raid. Because we don’t wish to have anyone transfer that we’re not serious about, be able to express your knowledge of your class and why you’re an exceptional player who would be an asset and is worth a shot. Gear will come with time. Skill will not. Impress us with your knowledge of your class and gameplay mechanics. Feel free to share any logs, theorycrafting, or other work you've done.
Commitment - We make a commitment to you, and ask you to do the same to us. A raid takes a team of more than 25 individuals working together. We rely on you to show up to raids, research your class and new fights, respect your fellow players, and notify us when you are unavailable. You rely on us for gear, experience, and coordination. It's a large investment of our time to train and gear new players, and we ask the same investment on your part so that we can each benefit.
 
What next?
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We have a variety of informational resources available to prospective applicants at our web site: http://www.dotd.org -- please refer to our "Applications" forum for detailed information. Should you wish to speak to someone in-game, please feel free to contact me (Jeare @ Jeare#1759), or another officer (Vanarina, Devilpriest, Alexandra, or Pidgeot).
 
We look forward to hearing from you!





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