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#14501884 Feb 08, 2021 at 06:34 PM
Viridian
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Name: Jordan

Age: 24

Location: United Kingdom
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Your character's armory: https://worldofwarcraft.com/en-gb/character/eu/tarren-mill/viridianw

Your warcraftlogs reports: https://www.warcraftlogs.com/character/id/50447184

Your raiding UI (video or screenshot): https://i.imgur.com/ksyvFZC.jpeg

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What is your guild and raid history and what is the reason for leaving said guilds?

<UNITY> - This was the first true raid team I ever joined, it was formed by a group of friends I had been playing with since TBC, this guild was mainly made just to have fun and clear content at some point. I left this guild as the majority of players had quit after Cata launched and I wanted to push a bit higher in world ranks.

<The Logical Cube> - This was a well known guild on my server at the time, had been around since vanilla, I played the last 2 tiers of cata and first tier of mop with this guild, other than experience an actual somewhat organised raid team I never really achieved much with this guild and I left after mogu shan vaults to focus on my exams.

<BiS> - This was the guild I joined when I came back to the game in WoD when I made the decision that I wanted to start seriously raiding in this game, I played throughout WoD in this guild to gather experience and logs in order to push further up the rankings in the future, I left this guild at the very beginning of Legion when a guild I played raid testing with had noticed me during Legion Beta as being knowledgeable about my class and showing potential.

<Not Like This> - This guild gave me experience and logs well enough to get me noticed by multiple top 100 guilds and was the first time I really played the game seriously at a high level. I played with this guild all the way until it disbanded on the last boss of Antorus, at this point I was poached by Project on Kazzak to clear Antorus after they had reformed.

<Project> - My very first experience of split raiding, maintaining multiple characters etc. This guild made me realise that I wanted to play at this high of a level and potentially push even higher. I left this guild in BFA after a bunch of old friends had came back to the game and wanted me to help out in their guild.

<Echoes> - This has been my guild for all of BFA, here I achieved many things, my true experience of raiding in the top 100 amongst some of the best players, here I have developed my skills as a player and became a much more progress minded player rather than the DPS whore I used to be. It is in this guild that I truly learned the value of playing in a team and how much enjoyment it can bring.

<Inept> - This guild was a startup guild for SL from ex friends, the goals the guild had set out to achieve were not achieved even in the slightest and I feel as though I am currently putting in MUCH more effort than 75% of the roster and my attitude towards raiding is MUCH more in line of a top 100 raider than the rest of them, some even failing on basic raid prep from day one.


Do you have any pertinent alts that could be of use? If so, what is your raiding experience with your alts?
Right now I only have a geared Feral Druid: https://worldofwarcraft.com/en-gb/character/eu/tarren-mill/viridianqt
Previously I have raided and played Rogue, Demon Hunter and Shadow Priest at a top 100 level.

Why do you want to join Pure and what goals do you have?
Pure has always been around as long as i can remember and have been extremely consistent and thats what I am looking for after attempting a failed startup guild I want to play with good players again.

What do you think you can bring to Pure and what do you expect of us as a guild?
I am a reliable player that can always be counted on, I always volunteer myself for extra jobs in fights if they are needed and I always put the guild before myself, I do whatever is best for progress at all times which sometimes means losing out on my own dps for example but if it is needed I will always be one of the first to do it.
I also have a good mindset for competitive raiding, I can handle and take criticism on the chin and improve from it. I never settle, no matter what I'm always looking to improve my play and skill.
I expect a strong, organised raiding team that consistently performs at an excellent level, achieving amazing results tier in and tier out. I also expect to find a community to call home, not just a bunch of guys who sit around a raid boss a couple nights a week, but people who I can call friends and play wow or other games with, people who share the same passion.

How did you hear of Pure?
Always knew of you in the top 100 scene.

Do you know anyone in Pure that can vouch for you?
No

Your battle.tag:
Viridian#21417

Additional notes:
https://www.warcraftlogs.com/character/id/51066301?z17&new=true#z10
These are my logs from Legion until end of Nyalotha, I've linked these as I believe they give a more accurate representation of my ability as a player. I understand that my current warrior logs are not the best, I put this mainly down to having to basically become the raid leader of my guild which caused me to focus more on what others were doing rather than myself.

Thanks for taking the time to read my application and I hope I hear back soon.
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#14504189 Feb 12, 2021 at 01:03 PM
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Hi Viridian,

Thanks for your application. I'm afraid we won't be able to offer you a trial. Best of luck in the future,

Helmsley.
"Helms should rename his pet to 'master'" Mint 2014

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