Computer & Internet specifications. Do you have any downtime, outages or crashes? I use a stock gaming laptop (Fangbook) from Cyber Power PC. I very rarely have any hang ups, and they don't last long when they happen.
Tell us about yourself outside of the game. What are your other interests? I am a college student and a fraternity member, WoW is my hobby. Outside of game, I do everything you would expect a college student to do.
Include relevant World of Logs or Warcraft Logs parses: Any relevant logs are long gone, but you can search my character if need be.
How did you hear about teamLUST, and what made you consider applying? I found the guild through my own research. I'm making an application because the raid times fit my schedule, and I believe I would be a good addition to the current roster going forward into T20
Will you be able to maintain 90% attendance? Yes.
What, if any, conflicts do you anticipate with this schedule? I don't foresee any conflicts currently
Describe your overall guild history from what you remember, starting when you began raiding. What experiences did you enjoy? Why did you leave or why were you removed from previous guilds? What did you learn? Be honest: I've been raiding off an on since TBC. I started as an eager young pup with alot to learn back in Black Temple, proceeded to become my guilds best ranged player for the rest of the expansion until that guild fell apart on Sunwell. During ICC, I continued to play hunter, and was able to clear every raid except Uludar. During Cata I was mostly absent due to joining the military, and when I did come back all I did was PvP at a high level on multiple classes. During MoP I decided I wanted to raid again, so I found a guild that was almost done with Throne of Thunder and managed to get in and become one of the core members once I had gear, and continued to do well through SoO. Before WoD came out, the guild I had played with in MoP fell apart after everyone got the loot they wanted off Garrosh. Natural burnout at the end of the expac. So with no guild, and no desire to really raid in WoD because the first tier bored me to tears, I PvP'd again and did so until Legion when I rolled a Rogue for the expansion and have been with my current guild since EN. I have a seasoned history with raiding, always having been with groups that are pushing the most difficult content so I know what true preparation means and have always stayed on top of the class i happen to be playing.
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What motivates you to raid in a mythic progression guild such as ours? In what way do you picture yourself standing out from other applicants? Why should we want you in our raid? What would you consider to be your best and worst qualities? Try not to mention things already in this application: First and foremost, I raid to have fun. I couldn't care less about world / server first or legendary parses. There's nothing wrong with the people who play the game for those reasons, I however already have more than enough things to compete for and do well at IRL, and making the game a job is not a wanted addition to them. I believe I can stand out from other applicants (rogues in particular) by doing mechanics. Yes, our class is at its best when shoved up the bosses ass all fight, but there comes a time when DPS isn't as important as doing things properly. I also happen to be very geared and have BiS legendaries for all 3 specs, which can be beneficial to your raid group if Cutting Edge: Gul'Dan is still on the chopping block while also having the flexibility to change specs for Tomb depending on what performs well. My best quality is taking criticism and jokes. I was in the military for four years and even after all of that, i rushed a frat when I got to college. It's hard to get under my skin, but I also have the open mindedness to understand when people are pointing out mistakes I cant see to make me better. My worst quality (in game at least) is not pushing myself as I'm sure you have seen in my rankings on fights. I will always push hard when damage is an issue (progression) but as soon as a fight becomes easier after initial kills, I tend to relax a bit more and just cruise through fights (while still being mechanically sound). I guess you could say I suffer from "As long as the boss dies, damage didn't matter" syndrome.
Do you have any questions or final comments for us? I'm saved this week already, and would obviously have to transfer / faction change which is a financial commitment, so I will ask that if there is even a slight inkling of doubt in me before trialing, that you save me the time and money by just being up front with me. Thanks!
Thanks for taking the time to apply to our guild. We would like to accept you as a trial. Get in contact with an officer for an invite to the guild. Valythe, Druiman, Muse, or Wenora. Look forward to raiding with you!