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“Tears of Vengeance” WoW Guild

Alliance US-Kargath    (armory)
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Guild Profile

Primary Language: English
Raids per week: 3
Recruiting (outdated):
all classes
Guild: <Tears of Vengeance>
Faction: Alliance
Server: US-Kargath(PvE), Eastern Time (EST)
Type: 20+ man raid team heroic
Progression: 10/10 Nighthold Normal, 3/10 Nighthold Heroic, 7/7 Emerald Nightmare Heroic/Normal, 3/3 Trial of Valor Heroic/Normal

Raid Schedule:
Tuesday: 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. EST
Thursday: 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. EST
Sunday: 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. EST

Current Recruitment Needs:
None. Social applications only.


<Tears of Vengeance>, founded shortly after WoW’s release, is one of Kargath's most-established and warmest guilds.

About ToV: Our main goal is to build a community that fosters strong relationships and enhances our members' lives. We think of ourselves as more than just a guild, but as a bit of a family; most of our members have been with us for years, and many of those who leave our community eventually miss it and come back home (we also boast one of the most active web communities of any guild - members have made well over 135,000 (and counting) posts on the ToV website!). More than any boss kill, we take pride in times we've been there for members who've had real life crises.

About the raid team: We have team members who are married, have kids, jobs, etc. We have a lot of raid experience and to varying degrees a lot of experience raiding with each other. The majority of our team's raid history together dates back to Vanilla WoW with a few then in Wrath, Cata and Pandaria. We balance progression with having a good time, plan ahead by taking nights off on big holidays, understand that people have real lives and adjust accordingly. We have low turnover (and low burnout) because above all, we raid to have fun with guildmates whose company we genuinely enjoy.
Please see for more information, including expectations and loot policy.

What you can expect from ToV:
We are a democratic guild. If you join, you will have the opportunity to help shape our future. The Guild Master and the major officer positions are decided by election, and any major decisions are brought to a guild vote.
We say "if one member has a problem, the guild has a problem." We won't always be able to please everyone, but we do our best to make sure everyone's concerns are heard and responded to.
We will treat you with respect and see you as a person - not just a class, a spec, and a pile of gear.
If you join us, you join our community; if at some point you can no longer raid, we will NOT remove you.
We try to keep together friends and family. We cannot promise that your friends and family will be able to raid regularly with us, but we can promise they will get a chance to join our guild.
We will always respect the fact that your real life takes priority over anything WoW-related. A good number of our members are couples and/or parents; we know what peoples' priorities should be.

What we expect from our members:
That you be respectful to other players - not just fellow guild members, not just members of the alliance faction.
That you realize loot isn't why we play this game. Even the best items in WoW will be obsolete next expansion, but hopefully the friendships you form and the memories you take will be with you for years.
That you make an effort to get to know and go on runs with your fellow guildmates (not just those that raid). We don't want people who only log on during raid times.
That if/when you do come to a raid, you focus and do your best to be prepared. This may sound like a progression-oriented expectation, but it isn't; it is disrespectful to your fellow guildmates to come to a raid and go afk or not pay attention.
That if you have criticisms/suggestions, you voice them in a constructive fashion.
That you acknowledge you don't know everything and are willing to take advice if it's offered to you in a constructive fashion. We would rather take an okay player that's willing to learn and has a great attitude than a good player who thinks he's God's gift to WoW.

ToV forum / in-game contacts: Shambulance, Danovias, Amoracchia, Elsivine
profile administrator(s): jrossa
last updated by jrossa 6 months ago
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