First of all I want to mention that we will do raider only runs at first when the instances are new, then start opening up for Friends Rank and others once we have it cleared a few times.
You need to be geared and able to do the content we are going to do.
We tend to operate with general Ilvl ranges and what exactly these requirements are might vary from run to run. The point is it never hurts to ask if you may come, but we might turn you away or ask you to leave if it becomes a hindrance to do the run in a timely manner if we bring you. In reality we are fine with "carrying" a couple of people for a run where the content is easy and it doesn't require a lot of extra work, but if there are complicated tactics and a high chance of wiping because of one person we will have to take that into account.
Please make an effort to prepare for the content we are doing, if you want to be sure we will be comfortable taking you then check out the bosses ahead of time so you have an idea what will happen during the encounters. If you don't know what is going to happen, speak up and ask us before we pull, we don't mind running through the tactics quick before we do the boss.
Make sure you bring everything you need to bring to a raid: Flasks, food buffs (best available), respec-tomes, pick up the bonus roll seals etc. We don't want to have to spend time waiting for people to sort these things during raids.
If we have a warlock in the raid, and you time it during trash or in some way where we don't have to wait for you for too long, AND you ask first, you may go pick up upgrades to your Atifact lvl, go to the Netherlight crucible to sort a relic out, or pick up more bonus roll seals if you are using more than you could hold in a single raid.
SIgn and show up on time
If you want to come for all the bosses, show up on time! We start the invites for our off-day runs at 20:15, and aim to start pulling at 20:30.
It is also hugely appreciated if you sign up on the calendar, accepted if you know you will come and tentative if you are unsure, this makes it a lot easier for us to plan what characters to bring and what we can aim to do.
You may come on later and join the raid if there is room and the setup allows it, in the case you could not make it on time, but try to make it if possible!
We do most if not all assignments and coordination over Teamspeak, so if you want to come, get on Teamspeak and pay attention to directions given there.
Feel free to participate in the conversations, and if you have important info to call out during fights please do! But don't clutter the channel and distract everyone else during boss fights please.
Details are in the guild info tab of the guild in-game.
Don't fuck around.
It may not be a main raid, it may not be mythic progression, but it is still a raid. The basic etiquette of raiding still applies:
- Help with trash, don't make everyone else do all the work.
- Move to next boss promptly.
- Don't AFK. If you MUST, then ask the Raidleader first.
- Don't ninja pull, the tanks pull under direction of the Raidleader.
- Respect the countdown timer, hitting the boss before "zero" fucks things up for everyone else.
- Follow the mechanics of the fight, if in doubt: ask!
- In general don't be a douche, if you wipe us or mess up, own up to it and appologize. If you don't understand what happened it helps to bring it up and we will gladly help you figure out what went wrong.
- Don't just come in for what YOU need, help to do the other bosses as well if you can, remember that it takes a team effort to make raids work and don't always be the one who brings the alt that needs "carrying" if you never come on your main to help others out as well.