http://nebulaguild.com You might wonder: who are we? We are an international based English-speaking hardcore PVE oriented guild for the upcoming Wildstar mmo. Our experience goes back to vanilla wow and it is the end game raiding that we derive the greatest kick from. Our goal is to provide a competitive edge to our gaming and build a strong reliable group of individuals that are willing to bring their absolute A game anytime they show up for a raiding event. We always strive for perfection and maximizing our performance, which we perceive to be the main ingredient for successful, stable PVE progress. Make no mistake though, we do not refrain from competitive PVP. You are bound to find gamers willing to engage in occasional player vs. player events such as arenas, warplots and battlegrounds. However, such activities are to be undertaken in PVE progress raiding downtime. The project ‘Nebula’ is a fairly fresh endeavor, but as they say, big things have small beginnings. All it takes is a pinch of dedication and maturity when one faces challenges posed by the game to do their best when the heat is on. Some of the basic information about this project. - 6 raids per week (GMT+1 – 7 p.m. – 12 midnight) - organized, well-managed 20-man/40-man raids - fair loot distribution - strong social after hours - mature community with emotionally stable entities - personalized website features – we want to make you feel that you belong here - demanding recruitment procedure – we don’t want to spam invite anyone just to artificially boost guild numbers - +18 age limit - focus on grouping from the very start We are currently seeking exceptional players in order to utterly dominate other guilds pve wise on the server of our choice. Our guild consists of highly skilled and experienced mmo players with backgrounds in some of the best progression guilds in the world. We will be raiding 40 man and are in need of ambitious players who want to achieve something remarkable in Wildstar. If you have any doubts at all whether you are good enough to join us, then you most likely do not have what it takes to become a member of Nebula. If you want to raid at a hardcore level, at least 30 hours per week (perhaps even more during progression but that remains to be seen) then fill out the recruitment application on the forums and await our decision! What we expect from our raiders and potential recruits: Know your class - Basically, you need to know your <REDACTED> and be up to date with your class’ most recent balance changes. If terms such as theorycrafting, skill rotation and real time combat logs mean nothing to you, do not bother to apply. You should consider yourself to be one of the best class representatives on the server who knows his or her class through and through. Utter focus and highest possible level of performance - If raid starts at 7, be there 15 minutes prior to the actual start, being 5 minutes late every time is unacceptable and will be treated accordingly. Progression over epics - There are people out there who are driven by pixel rewards – that should not be the case for you assuming that you want to become a Nebula raider. We are driven by progression, items are just means to an end for us. If a certain class is doing better performance wise, we will gear up players who play this class first. Striving for perfection and a desire for success - If you lack ambition and are not a competitive type of player why would you even bother to apply, right? Constructive Self-Criticism - Everyone makes mistakes, even the finest, top notch players will end up making some from time to time. We are blunt and you need to prepared for some trash talk in case you mess up during progression, just take it on the chin like a man. Attendance - At least 90% attendance is required, nothing less will suffice – if you can’t raid 30 hours per week, save us some time and do not apply. Camaraderie - We all share a common goal and while it is important to constructively criticize others when they make a mistake, you should also know when enough is enough. Too much trash talk can negatively influence progression.