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“Snaginanesh” WoW Guild

Horde EU-Al'Akir    (armory)
Progress: 7/7 (H)
World: 14148
EU: 7685
EU English: 3398
Realm: 59
World: 14866
EU: 7825
EU English: 3457
Realm: 58
Encounter First Kill Videos World EU Realm Fastest Kill
+ H: Imperator Mar'gok5 days ago1375074816078m 28s
+ H: Brackenspore9 days ago22158119578808m 06s
+ H: The Butcher9 days ago24176129149410m 01s
+ H: Ko'ragh12 days ago1801797547624m 53s
+ Imperator Mar'gok16 days ago223431166310033m 06s
+ H: Tectus23 days ago1711292477315m 20s
+ Ko'raghDec 14, 2014 21:361564183977313m 51s
+ H: Twin OgronDec 14, 2014 20:59581730982913m 02s
+ H: Kargath BladefistDec 14, 2014 19:08190641001476
+ Twin OgronDec 10, 2014 20:29999153795209m 43s
+ TectusDec 10, 2014 20:091164562215311m 44s
+ BrackensporeDec 10, 2014 19:361087554475409m 20s
+ The ButcherDec 10, 2014 19:191685981416307m 49s
+ Kargath BladefistDec 10, 2014 18:5317623846159

Guild Profile

Primary Language: English
Raids per week: 3
Recruiting (outdated):
druid (balance)medium
druid (restoration)high
monk (healer)high
monk (dd)high
paladin (retribution)medium
priest (healer)high
priest (dd)high
shaman (elemental)medium
shaman (enhancement)low
shaman (restoration)high
<Snaginanesh> was formed at the release of Cataclysm on Outland with the ambition of being a 10-man guild that would clear all current content on heroic without raiding every day of the week. The guild mainly consists of players who have known each other for years, with a few new recruits who have joined recently. We have a mixture of nationalities in the guild and expect every member to be able to read, write and speak English well. The guild have a pretty mature population with most of the people in the guild in their early to mid twenties, and a few youngsters at the age of 18.

During Cataclysm, we killed everything in the first raiding tier on heroic while it was current content except the end bosses. In firelands, we have Ragnaros HC in the last phase in the last week of the tier, and we finally managed to get him down a few weeks into the next tier. In Dragonsoul we cleared everything up until Deathwing on heroic, at which point a few people burned out and a decided to cool the raiding until MoP.

With MoP releasing we were keen to get a good start on the tier, but the queues on Outland hindered this, as people were waiting as long as 6 hours in queue to get into the server. This soon became unbearable and a few weeks into MoP we migrated to Al'Akir.

We enjoy a relaxed atmosphere in the guild with lots of friendly bashing, but during raids focus on progression is required and we do not tolerate people randomly going afk or not listening to vent. We pride ourselves in being quick to get back to the boss after a wipe, figuring out what went wrong, adjust and go again.

This disciplin is important, as we only raid 9 hours a week. The raid days are Thursday, Monday and Tuesday, each day 19.30-22.30. The raiding team in the guild is kept small to ensure we have most of the same people for each raid to aid our progression by not having to relearn the fight every night because we replaced half the team. This also means that we expect our members to show up for practically every raid. However, being such a small roster also means that you will get to raid in our guild as we are not recruiting people to be benched.

Our members are of course expected to show up for raids on time, bringing their own consumables (although the guild provides feasts, missing it won't be an excuse for not having a food buff when we pull), be repaired, and having gemmed, enchanted, and reforged the gear appropriately. Furthermore, we expect our members to have studied whichever fight(s) we will be progressing on for the raid night.

We realize that communication is the key to many successful kills, and we expect every raider to have a microphone and be able to call out on vent should anything unexpected occur, when a significant raid debuff is placed on you etc, while also knowing when to be quiet and listen to the raid leader.

For loot distribution we use the EPGP system, where you gain effort points (EP) for raiding, and each piece of gear is assigned a gear point (GP) value. When a gear piece is won, the GP value is added to the player's GPs, and a quotient of EP/GP is calculated. The player with the highest quotient will have the highest priority on gear, meaning the player who has put in the most effort while being rewarded the least has priority on gear.

Currently, we are looking to add a good dps player (preferably with a healing offspec) as well as a competent healer to the team. We expect you to be reasonably geared for T15 normals so that won't hold back our progress.

For further info or interest in joining, whisper Freakadin or Naimoo in-game.
Website: unknown
profile administrator(s): CoFlack
last updated by CoFlack 1 year ago
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