Age: 26 Location and Timezone: Arizona -- MST (We never change times, though) Tell us about yourself outside of the game. What are your other interests? I like food. Lots of food and whiskey. I enjoy other games, FPS/RTS/MOBA pretty much anything. I also enjoy building computers and do custom builds in my free time.
How did you hear about teamLUST, and what made you consider applying? I heard about teamLUST through wowprogress. The thing that made me want to apply was the atmosphere. It seems as if the atmosphere would be the same as I was in. Laid back but down to business at the same time. Will you be able to maintain 90% attendance? Easily. What, if any, conflicts do you anticipate with this schedule? Absolutely none. Describe your overall guild history from what you remember, starting when you began raiding. Why did you leave or why were you removed from previous guilds? Uhm... I remember spots & patches through out my raiding career. In Vanilla I was in a guild Aether. (Special AE). After that, I had transferred servers (can't remember where or what guild). After BC, I moved to Darkspear and raided in The Church competitively. After that, I played pretty casually through Cata/MoP. WoD is when I came back with a vengeance. I had joined a newly formed guild that quickly fell apart. Mostly all raiders are in Top 50 US guilds now, but I didn't want to take that route as I had my kid at that time. The reason for leaving those guilds were all due to the fact of that I followed my brother. Wherever he went, I went. Until WoD. I kind of just did my own thing. During this expansion, I linked back up with my brother who created his own guild. Reformed from the ashes, he made Aether again. Shortly into our NH mythic progression, I found myself not wanting to raid with him anymore due to how corrupt and "cliquey" it was. After that, I transferred back to Mal'ganis and I have been in Carried ever since the start of TOS, (or early start of). The reason i'm leaving is because our guild kind of fell apart with not being able to acquire/keep recruits through mythic progression. What was your favorite raiding experience? What did you learn? Hmmm... I've had quite a few. I believe my most recent favorite raiding experience was in TOS. When I had first got to Heroic KJ and knew nothing. It was fun to me because there were so many more mechanics than what I remember about raiding anything on heroic and made it a challenge in itself. I learned that I could actually start raiding again and not have any problems with picking up mechanics.
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What motivates you to raid in a mythic progression guild? What drives you to keep raiding? What drives you to be the best player you can be? I've always been competitive. It's just 100% always been my nature. I'm not sure if it's because I was raised that way or just became adapted to it due to the Army. But i've always wanted to be the best at whatever i'm doing. And that's always been WoW. What would you consider to be your best and worst qualities? Try not to mention things already in this application: I think my best quality would be the attention to detail that I usually have. That, or seeing something from a perspective not everyone else can see from. My worst quality would probably be over-thinking/analyzing simple things. How much time do you put into the game outside of raiding and how do you feel about Mythic+ dungeons? I'm just about always on. I just sit at home with my daughter all day, watch Moana, and play WoW or another game if friends are on. I absolutely LOVE M+.... Just not as a resto shaman haha. It's not too bad as a resto shammy.... Just can be annoying with a bad group. But other than that, I absolutely LOVE M+. That's usually what i'm doing outside of raiding.
Do you have any questions or final comments for us? I know my shaman is a little far behind, believe me. But, it's nothing I can't put time & dedication into. I'm also probably one of the most versatile players I know. Hence, why I was asked to swap so many times. I have 0 problem with playing whatever class(es) need to be put in. I also take constructive criticism very well, (if the intentions are well and actually constructive instead of just being a dick). Also, i'm usually most comfortable on a healer, any kind... Except a monk. How do you play those things?