<Mindblown> is a semi-hardcore 20-man guild on the Bleeding Hollow (PvP, EST). We pride ourselves with our ability and desire to progress through content while still holding World of Warcraft to be what it is – a game. We are able to maintain a lighthearted, mature atmosphere in the guild while still progressing. The reason we raid is to enjoy the game and have fun. Everyone’s voice is heard, and we value input from all of our members.
You (Raiders, Raid Recruits & Backup Raiders) are required to come to raid
with prior knowledge of the fights. It only takes 10 minutes to watch a video
and read up on a fight. You must know what to expect and what to do during the
encounters in order to minimize the time it takes for us to "learn"
an encounter and maximize the time we spend putting solid, progressive attempts
into the encounter. In other words, wiping at 95% due to negligence is
unacceptable. Wipes should occur due to difficult mechanics (none of which we
have experienced yet), phase transitions, plain old bad luck, etc… not because
people are unsure of what they are supposed to be doing.
Blizzard has just released a preview of some exciting new things we can expect from WoW in 2015. Let's get right down to the highlights:
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