Tell us something about your class that you don't think most people know.
Wheelchair class overall
Tell us about yourself - age, timezone, schedule, fetishes, etc.
I'm 30 , EST Time, I work from home so I'll probably be logged all the time. I'm a foot fetish type of guy and love pickles.
Outline your previous raid experience. Please be as detailed as possible, including any links if applicable.
I've cleared almost all the tier since Vanilla, BC, WotLK and I stopped playing during cataclysm because my mom got sick and I had to take of her and this involved missing raids and I can't find a way to play this game a casual. Because of my mother's sickness I skipped MoP and played WoD just a bit. I started raiding seriously again in Legion- ToS. I mostly played Warrior and Hunter most of my wow career, started playing Warlock in WoD for a bit since I played casually. I have 12 classes 110 I just need to level up my monk and I would have all the classes 110. As you can see I have a lot of free time. I do this because I like the game and because I normally play what is needed, I think my weakest role would be healer since I haven't played that much as a healer. I've mostly played DPS and tank for a while. I've only healed in BC as a shaman when they came out for Alliance, yes I know it was mainly totems and spam chain heal but I did the job. Avengers- Frostmourne best attempt in M KJ 18%, the guild killed it 2 raid days after I left. I left because I was living in NZ for almost a year and came back to Venezuela to handle some issues I have around here. I really regret having to leave this guild, since the community is great and because of it the progress of the guild was very enjoyable and in a timely matter, one of the best guilds I've raided in my Wow life so far, I'm not raiding more with them due to playing with 300+ ms ain't really viable (mechanics/reactions/etc), it would only affect their progress and I don't want to cripple them with it. I raided as Arms warrior name Ndox Right now I'm in Nerf this- Quel'thalas I joined because I have a RL friend there. I've been trying to help out but it's practically impossible. We have different goals, they want to go and raid mythic without researching anything, fights,class,specs,enchants,gems and others. They think that they are always right, they make no errors, trolling on every attempt,there's always an excuse for everything. The main reason why I want to leave is that I'm finishing all the raids pissed and that's not something because we didn't killed the boss, it's mainly because of the attitude of the members towards progress and way to improve it. They don't like to have extra people, the focus on having 20 raiders and this causes many troubles in my opinion. There are cases of real or fake emergencies and someone can't attend to the raid and there goes the time of 19 others who logged. We simply have 2 different sets of mind. My logs could be better but since I'm focusing in calling out all the mechanics that 19 others should do, I have to hold their hands in all the bosses and attempts if not the boss won't die. normally there is a RL, GM and a Leader of healing. Practically I've been doing all these jobs at once. Since none of the guys assigned to those roles are doing what they are intended to do.
Detail your off-spec capabilities (ie: gear level, experience).
I have all the specs with 75 points, I haven't played much either right now since affliction is so good overall but I'm fast learner and I always do research of everything involved in the spec, ways to improve it and such.
How do you prepare for raids? Be specific.
Well since I've always helped most of my RL I watched more than the FATBOSS videos to get different strats and perspectives of the fights. Gather useful WA's to help us get the kill. I always have flasks/pots/food by bulks, not only for me but normally for those who forgot theirs or didn't buy enough. And now I've been watching a lot of streams and SS their AA/RT assignments, and checking out the strat they use for each boss.
What do you feel that you, personally, bring to a guild and raid environment?
I've played WoW since Vanilla, I've been always involved in raid leading, in developing new strategies, helping out with researches (boss fights, classes and such). Even in the guild where I wasn't on that rank I've always looked to help out, because I understand that it will help us all as a guild. My goals in WoW are focused purely in PvE and being able to enjoy the journey with the group I'm with. I believe in healthy competition, in pushing people in a good way to help them progress as a player and as a guild member. I'm open to any criticism or advice I can get. I like offering my help to others in case they don't know something about a fight or their class, I really like to do research and learn new things about anything, just to acquire the knowledge of it. I'm not focused in parses and topping the meters. My aim is in mechanics while still doing my job as a dps,tank or healer. I completely understand being benched for bosses for the sake of progress of the guild or even sitting for people who need the experience or gear.
Tell us your best joke.
Why did the frog cross the street ? to see his FLAT mate
What made you apply to Negatory?
Right now I'm just looking for a group of people with the same goals and enjoy the game while we achieve them. I think Negatory has the same goals as me.
Were you referred by an existing Negatory member? If yes, who?
Negatory is a mature guild, and as such you will be subject to foul language, off-color humor and "adult" discussions - understood?
No problem at all
Is there any additional information we should take into account when reviewing your application?