View Full Version : US [A]<Adapt> Spirestone | 8/12 ICC25H, 11/12 ICC10H | 2 nights/week, 8pm PST

05-04-2010, 01:16 PM
Guild: Adapt (Alliance)
Server: Spirestone (PvP, PST)
Battlegroup: Reckoning (BG-6)
Raids: Tuesday+Thursday, 7:45pm - 12:00am PST
Loot: DKP (SLS variant w. DKP cap)
Progression: 11/12 ICC25HM, 11/12 ICC10HM (+drakes), RS10/25

- Resto Druid (high)

- Rogue (high)
- Fury Warrior (high)
- Ret Paladin (medium)
- Cat Druid (medium)

Exceptional players of any class should consider applying.


About us
<Adapt> is an Alliance PvE raiding guild on US-Spirestone, with the goal of competitive PvE progression on a light 2 nights/week raiding schedule. We've been around for a while (our team consists of experienced folk who have been playing together as far back as Classic & TBC, good players we've picked up along the way during WoTLK, and several players from top-ranked guilds who turned out to prefer our focus + lighter schedule commitment). We're looking for a few excellent players to join us in our last push through RS & ICC hard modes, who want to end WotLK strong and be part of our raiding core going into Cataclysm.

Our recruiting philosophy can be summed up as "recruit the player, not the toon". Yes, you need a toon that is geared to the level of the content (mostly 264 & 4xT10) so you can immediately contribute, but overall we are fans of people that can play multiple specs, or have experience on multiple classes/multiple roles - diversity of experience yields better players. PvP heroes are welcome for the situational awareness & class knowledge that comes with success in arena, but PvE progress better be at the top of your agenda.

The ideal applicants understand & play their class to the fullest of its ability, and in the case of hybrids, for multiple talent trees; have exalted reputations where it matters; are able to take constructive criticism well; maintain a 90% attendance rate through the trial and beyond; and have a burning desire to complete raid-centric achievements and hard modes.

In return we offer decent progression with a good mix of casual & serious - raids are serious on progression bosses, but strive to be a bit more casual when possible. The guild has an active social/casual member base, and our raiding core are not raid-loggers so if you like to play a lot you'll generally find people online to do stuff with. A lot of our raiding core have multiple main-level alts; If this is not you, thats fine - just be awesome at your main. If this is you, great - we make a effort to arrange extra ICC25/ICC10H groups throughout the week to give you options for serious alts.