Besides the raiding that we do, there are other activities guildies take part in. The handwritten message flickers out as the cigarette falls to a river below and the present characters get on with their awkward, ambiguous conversation. We've been around a while now, stable with the same leadership and the same drive we've had since the start. Every song slots perfectly into place, and while the production job is a tad amateur and there's nothing genre- re defining here, those critiques do little to offset how strong the songwriting itself is. Felyss here, I wrote the post but I also want to share about our guild to any prospective members.
We're not strangers, we know eachother, we talk about! We've gotten married, we've had kids. I know each and every single member of the guild, and in fact I recruited most of the people here. We have a drive to progress and clear content, do it at a good pace, and to conquer all of the challenges this amazing game has to offer. If I'm not online feel free to drop a line to another guild member We are not a hardcore guild. There's no yelling in our raids, not to say that there isn't frustration but we treat everyone with respect, a mature mutual respect that comes with understanding that each and every player is here to see the content cleared. But we still have the same love for the game and the new challenges each expansion has to offer. It never fails to fully absorb me into its hopelessness.
We've graduated college and have steady jobs. And I would love to see some fresh new faces, especially with the addition of the 3rd day. But we are most definitely not casual either. Among our ranks are many ex-hardcore raiders, and as the game has aged - so have we. . And whatever the subject matter, this group backs up the mood instrumentally with fire and grit.
Never Knows Best just about flawlessly does that from creaky start to breathtaking finale and then bows out with totality. Perhaps the best praise anyone can give re-interpretive art is claim that it lives up to its inspirations and comes fully into its own. Review Summary: Haunting my autumn. Some snapshots in art just cling to a person like glue, and that has long been one of mine. That we may not all be perfect, and we're going to make mistakes, but we're going to get it done.
Feel free to hit me up, I'd love to talk to anyone interested in learning more about us! Myself, I actually play Heroes of the Storm with several others and it's a nice way to destress for me : I hate to say it, but in a lot of ways we're like a family. For all your recruiting questions and needs, please contact me Felyss 1625. . . .
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