We are recruiting active players, enthusiastic about PvE content in ESO, to grow towards the Endgame (progressive veteran Trials, currently running 2 Cores, 2 more being planned) through what we call "Midgame" content (veteran DLC Dungeons & vArenas). To achieve our goal, we organize events everyday: 12-man content at 8:30pm CET (German time). We do Midgame content in a daily basis.
Who can join?
- We accept CP 300+ players, for long-term camaraderie. Candidates need to be able to attend our events at least 3 times a week (Mid-/End-game). Raids start at 8:15pm CET (events last 2-2.5 hrs max)...
- We only are looking forward to players who can play the game 4-5 evenings a week in general, with future Endgame prospect in mind... No logging in from raid to raid. We believe "you learn the game by playing it!".
What We Provide?
- Constant training and growth to help you become a killing machine (or a healing lifespring) as we progress together...
- Fun environment to do PvE - absolutely zero elitism, patience and tolerance towards new/unskilled players and such...
- Discord - where we socialize, which is our primary guild chat...
- Premium Website - where we organize our events, socialize further. Featuring event reviews written by our members. Colorful Event gallery...
- Guild Housing - where you can find Crafting Stations, Transmutation Station, Mundus Stones and ever growing cool decoration for your seeing pleasure...
- Youtube Channel - where we stream many events we do as a guild...
- Custom Planner - where we plan to organize even better (coming very soon!)
Who Shouldn't Join?
- Whoever isn't sure about their availability and playtime. We really don't want to chase after people and remind them to sign up for events. So if unsure, please don't waste our time!!!
- Whoever isn't a team-player, always putting his/her own gains before guild goals. Someone who thinks of searching for another guild instead of solutions, whenever his guild/team experiences problems.
We currently have 2 Raid Cores raiding regularly, the third being in the making. We have hierarchical Core-system, i.e. Core-1 being our flagship Core is our elite group, Core-2 and -3 following next. Players joining us prove themselves in Core-3, advancing into Core-2 and then Core-1 in time. Underperforming and/or training-requiring raiders are demoted from Cores towards one step below (Core-1 to Core-2, Core-2 to Core-3 and so on). Thus we have ever evolving, ever-improving progression Cores in the guild. Both Core-1 and -2 have cleared vMOL, vHOF and vCR+1 several times and currently are progressing in vCR+2.
If you like what you read, please kindly signup on our website (make sure you complete your profile here 100%). Once done, join our Discord, we will talk.
2 pointssmooth and fun runs with @eriswit, @Riis and @orss.
2 points@Nerfmysorc @Dryell and @DirkDanger good run with some "missclicks"
2 points@Dryell, @goranz80, @Riis and @mooslacker went vWGT, one had been there 4 times already that day, another had to step in just before. Fixing skills and addons as we cleared, no one thought us would be cheered. After 30 mins dungeon was done, molag Kena's ass was sour, that's because he was tanking the floor. Some silliness after reading Kena's scroll and then deciding sorc masterclass has to do the rest of the pledges. What is this tank thing they keep talking about anyway..
2 pointsFun dungeon, fun mechanics. The cadaverous bear boss was pretty tough, especially with us getting pinned down by a senche and exploding wolves. It went pretty smoothly on the bosses without tough mechanics. I could stand to do a bit more damage and overall it took us a bit to get all the targeting priority right but we did it in the end!
untilFour adventurers entered the wooden walls of Falkreath Hold - for some of them the place was familiar, for some completely unknown. This did not hold them back as they blew through each challenge that was thrown at them. Well, each challenge until that goddamn big cow. Honestly who does he even think he is, stomping around and shouting like that. Someone ought to teach him some manners. This is what our brave adventurers attempted to do, first by tooting a horn to get his attention, but then without when that didn't seem to help. After going at it without the warhorn, they realised that his patterns became even more erratic. After many, many, many, first tries, and awe-inspiring, death-defying, jaw-dropping rezzes by their immortal tank, they finally managed to put that bull- ahem- to sleep. They could almost hear the ghostly voices of their dead comrades in arms calling "GO gogogo KILL the bastard!" It may have been a frustrating last boss, but it was a fun run @Dabalya, @Znowman, @MadAxemen! Thanks for always being up for new strategies and for communicating what you needed more/less of every time something went a bit or a lot askew ^^
1 pointRun was pretty smooth and quick until the last boss on HM. We only completely wiped once on the first boss and once on the gaint boss. It was my first run on HM and also vet so I took a few deaths to get hang of the mechanics of the Zaan but everyone caught up pretty quickly. We kept wiping on second frozen/poison phase tho. When we decided to do it on non-HM, we killed the boss on a first try :). Overall the group was really friendly and fun to play with, we would just need more practice together regarding positioning on last boss so its easier on the healer and the poison phase. We'll get 'em next time!
1 pointFun and smooth run with: @Naroah, @Kirikub and @YellowPain60
1 pointPretty solid run. A few wipes, as expected for 2 members that have never done vDSA before. Educated the new runners, and hopefully they learn most if not all mechanics of this Arena. Attendees; Jaynoel, MightyZexo, OBCallum, Sphenoid
untilI just need one spc ring and i can give the rest, doing this build for my pro healer, wanna try it out