: 20 : Louisiana, CST My name is Kyle, I currently work doing freelance transcription for college students, and I love all things video games. I have several varied interests, such as cooking, bowling, etc.
WoWProgress. I was very impressed by the professionalism in the recruitment post as well as how clean the website was. Yes. Not particularly.
<Digital Addiction> Shadow Council US T14-T16. Left due to the MoP and SoO burnout. <Digital Addiction> Shadow Council US T17-T18. Left due to disagreements with the leadership during Archimonde. <Pretty Standard> Zul'jin US T18-T19.Left due to the AP grind burnout after Star Augur progression as well as massive disagreements with the leadership. My favorite raiding experience was Throne of Thunder in T15 in MoP. Throne of Thunder is where I really believe I came into my own as a better raider. I worked tirelessly to research fights and do everything I could to give my guild the best product of myself that I could. Lei Shen has been one of my most favorite progression fights in recent memory. Being 10M meant not letting mediocrity pass off as it wouldn't be fair to the other members of the raid.
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My motivation to raid in a mythic progression guild is the environment. An environment of 19 other like-minded people wanting to do everything they can to kill the boss and show people just how good they are inspires me. I have not caught the raiding bug this bad since MoP. I want to just be in raids and doing my absolute best to perform. I have a personal motto of "Show up and show off" which keeps me going. I also do enjoy the social aspect of raiding. Mythic raiders tend to spend a fair bit of time outside of raid together doing things so bonds and friendships naturally form. I am driven by a sense of wanting to be the best I know I can possibly perform at. I don't quite care for taking mediocrity for performance, even if my NH logs may not be indicative of that, but that raid was during a time of hardship and I wasn't able to perform at the best of my ability and I had to just accept mediocrity. My ways have since changed back to my old ways and I am ready to tear into a new raid with guns blazing. My best quality, personally, would lie in myself rarely dying in fights. Everyone is allowed hiccups and messups, but I try to keep those to a very bare minimum. My worst quality would be preparedness (over this expansion). I used to come with strats learned and ready to go to progress, and that has fallen off for most of this expansion. I would still research fights, but I wouldn't do much outside to research other people to see how I could improve. I have been working on that factor tremendously in the time I have spent on my warrior. I put generally every waking moment currently into WoW, bar times where I must focus on schoolwork and general family stuff. Mythic+ Dungeons are fine for me. I enjoy doing them. I just don't enjoy some weeks of affixes.
I have been in the guild for about a week checking to see if I would be able to mesh personality wise, and I honestly like everyone I've met in this guild so far, including my twin Tube and I'd like to be able to continue that.