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Who We Are
Draconian Assassins is a casual guild with a multicultural mindset regarding game play. While our primary focus is casual raiding, we are recruiting quality players that are looking to experience the various aspects of the game and have fun at the same time. We are primarily PvE, although few of our members enjoy PvP.
We understand that everyone plays for their own reasons and enjoys their own area of WoW.
Many guilds have a sole focus – raiding, social, or leveling. But sometimes, a player’s desires change and the guild does not accommodate the player’s new aspirations. So 2 years ago, you joined a leveling guild, and now you want to try to raid, but your guild does not. Do you leave the guild and the friends you’ve made over the last 2 years, or do you stay and be unhappy about not raiding?
Since we understand the diversity in aspects of the game, you can join if you’re only interested in being social, but if you decide later you want to raid, you can do that as well. No more guild hopping.
Friendly and welcoming environment.
New players are always welcome!!!
Many players seem to have forgotten when they were new and did not know much:
We have not!
Whether you are a new or experienced player, you are likely to have questions: Which weapon is better? Which stats/glyphs do I want? Where can I find Iron Ore? We will provide you with the answers in a non-condescending manner.
Members are treated like family.
Compare a college fraternity (bigger guilds) to a small club (our guild) at that same college. While bigger guilds will help you get into raids and get epic loot faster, you may feel like you are just a name in a sea of players. On the other hand, we value every member in our guild. Whether you are looking to raid, or just a place to level and run instances, you will be treated as part of the family.
Reasonable raider expectations.
WoW is a hobby, not a job, so we want our raiders to have fun and enjoy themselves while being respectful. However, raiding is still a commitment, and we expect you to show up on time for raids or advise the Raid Leader and an officer if you cannot make a raid. This is no different than if you were on a sports team and couldn’t make a game. We expect our raiders to have a “team-oriented” focus over “topping the charts” (aka, don’t be like Alex Rodriguez or Lebron James). We also ask is that you know your group role (only tanks should pull unless otherwise instructed), class, and are willing to listen and learn. You will not be removed from raid teams for poor performance, provided you make honest attempts to improve.
Fun outside of instances and raids.
Sure, running instances and raids and getting loot is fun, but there’s so much more to WoW than that. There are factions, achievements, holidays, and a plethora of other items that don’t involve instances or raids. Grouping for Tol Barad dailies, critter killing, and Darkmoon Faire trips are just a few of our activities outside of raids and instances.
What We Do?
We look beyond the race to end-game bosses and enjoy the finer aspects of WoW. Some of our activities include, but are not limited to:
Instance runs for Guild Achievements
Teaming to complete daily quests
Critter and Profession farming
Gathering throughout holidays
In-game polyannas (gift exchanges)
How to Join
There are 2 ways to get in touch with an officer.
While in-game, search "/who draconian" and ask any online member if an officer is available. Our officers are very active so finding one shouldn’t be difficult. Our officers can be found on the main page and the roster page.
Apply to join using the in-game Guild Finder. Note that requests without comments will be deleted.
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