After 3 years of raiding on Lightning's Blade, we decided during Throne of Thunder progress it was time to move on to the bigger and more active realm Draenor.
We are semi-Hardcore players, however, we take raiding seriously and we aim to combine good progress with a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere.
Our goal is to maintain steady progress without interfering with our real lives or making the game feel like a job.
Our raiding days are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 19:15 till 23:15 server time. These days and times are fixed and never change.
If being able to enjoy yourself and not make the game feel like a job while progressing at a steady pace is what you are looking for, then Myst just might be the perfect guild for you.
Keep in mind that even if your class is not listed as needed in our guild, but you consider yourself an experienced and dedicated player, you are still welcome to apply!
Myst guild rules
Trial period and promoting A typical trial lasts between 3 and 4 weeks. At the end of the 4 week period, we will decide whether you have earned your promotion. In some cases the trial may last longer, if the new member's performance leaves much to be desired or they have missed raid.
During your trial you will receive feedback from the officers and the raid leader.
The following reasons may justify a demote:
- Missing too many raids without notifying the officers
- Bad attitude, rude behavior, impatience - we value our friendly atmosphere
- Bad performance - you need to do your best to keep up your rank
As a raiding member of our guild, you are expected to attend all three raids per week. If you are unable to attend, you will post on the forum's AFK Area.
The inability to do this will result in a demote and losing your raiding spot.
Raiding conduct - how to behave during raids
Here is what you should do:
- Invites start at 19:00. Log on and be ready for an invite, don't join any groups.
- Move to the entrance of the instance before 19:15
Here is what is not approved of:
- Being late for the raid without announcing
- Missing several raids without announcing - you must notify us
- Starting drama in the raid, arguing with your fellow raid members - whisper an officer if an issue comes up
- Going AFK in raids - we will have one 10 Min Break, that is when you can AFK. No AFK outside of breaks allowed, unless it's an emergency
- Mistakes, ignoring the leaders' orders
- All Players are expected to have a main alt, since our current plan is to have a split run the first week of progress.
- During farm period we would appreciate if people show up for Alpha/beta testing if you have access.
- you need to be ready for progress, know mechanics by reading dungeon journal, watching boss fight on YouTube/Twitch.
- Be ready for raid having the best consumables, flask/food/runes for the whole raid
- Have the patience to wipe and a positive attitude. QQ-ing is not accepted
Raiding spots and rotations
Everyone in the guild will be subjected to rotations. While on trial, you will be invited to raids based on your performance and to be tested, but you will not have any priority for the raiding spots.
If we have too many raiders of one class, they will have to rotate. If one of them performs better than the other, they will have a higher chance of having a steady spot, so do your best at all times. If you perform very badly, you will lose your spot and become a "last resort".
Rotations will mostly be sorted out by the officers, but you may be asked to talk to your fellow raiders of the same class and work out a rotation between yourselves. You will notify the officers of the result once you reach a conclusion.
All this aside, the main rule our guild goes by is "raiding in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere", and that is our aim. We don't tolerate drama and we don't wish for the game to become a second job, yet we aim to progress at the best possible pace. If this sounds good to you, head to the recruitment area and apply!