Notify Message
Page 1
#13907925 Nov 24, 2018 at 05:04 PM
2 Posts
Name: James

Age & Location : 21, UK

Warcraftlogs Profile:

Information about yourself: Currently an intern as a data analyst which I am doing between my 2nd and 3rd year of university, in which I study computer science.

Content Cleared (Existing Tier + History):


6/8M (Missed Mythrax progress due to irl issues) - We're around 100 wipes into Ghuun progress


Tier 19 (Emerald Nightmare) 7/7M - Rank 453
Tier 18 (Hellfire Citadel) 13/13M - Rank 1044

Previous Guild History :

Current - Momentum - Ravencrest
Tier 19 - Scrubz - Silvermoon
Tier 18 - Genesis - Silvermoon

Past raiding achievements and world rankings: I've concatenated my answer for this in (Content Cleared (Existing Tier + History):)

Current Spec(s): Feral

Raid Availability: I can raid any evenings as well as any time Saturday/Sunday.

Recent Warcraft Logs:

Why do you want to join Depthcore? : High quality without having to raid 4 times a week, every week is something I value highly in a guild. Furthermore, I like how the guild values all the real factors which makes someone an excellent raider which I found on your wowprogress page under the "What sort of player do we want?" section.

Name x2 things you love to see in a raiding guild: A positive atmosphere amongst players which strive to maximize their personal performance to benefit the raid team and not their logs. In addition, I love a guild which doesn't just meet up 3 times a week to raid but socialize regularly whether that's on WoW or other games.

Name x2 things you hate to see in a raiding guild: A guild with low energy and a lack of excitement around raiding is something I hate, raiding is meant to be fun and not a chore even when progressing for high ranks. Also, toxicity and narcism beyond the realms of banter and sarcasm are just unnecessary and is something I tend to avoid and wouldn't want to see in a guild.

What are your views around benching people for raid composition or performance issues?: Benching is a part of progression raiding, I've never been benched for performance and I put that down to researching my spec and making sure I maximize my personal performance on every boss.

What would you consider to be the "Hardest" encounter for you so far?: That would be between Mannoroth or Cenarius Mythic, both were very tough bosses and acted as a strong "trash stopper" prior to final bosses due to their intense healing requirements and individual skill to kill the boss.

How do you keep your character up-to-date?: I rarely read guides for feral as the quality simply isn't there for an underplayed spec, to combat this I theory craft my own setups and analyze logs such that I am up to par. I know what metrics are important for a feral druid and if I feel as though my performance was below par for a night I will spend time analysing my own logs to see where my errors are.

Current Hardware:
CPU: i5-3340 CPU @ 3.10GHz, 3301 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s) (This will be upgraded prior to next tier start)
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB

Interface/Raiding Addon's List:


Stuf Raid Frames


Angry Assignments
Exorsus Raid Tools

User Interface Screenshot(s):

Day's Played : 290 Days

Internet Connection & Stability: Stable, never had a serious issue with it that affected my raiding for any significant amount of time.

Do you have anything special to tell us?: You should never look a dolphin in the eyes

Additional information: I intend on finishing this tier with my current guild as to not fuck them over, however, if I were to be excepted and you would want me to immediately start raiding with you on reclears, then I would have a chat with my GM.

Any Alts?: Lampus - Ravencrest (Warlock)

Contact information: BNET - Cymopoleia#2648 or Discord - Cymopoleia#7386

Tell us a joke: Applying to a guild which recently got Rank 327 as a feral in 2018.

Final comments: Feral is going to be buffed in 8.1 which will reduce ramp time on target switching and being able to multi-dot more effectively, thereby making the spec more competitive rather than just having to be that much better than others in the roster to get a raid spot.
#13908894 Nov 25, 2018 at 05:41 PM · Edited 10 months ago
105 Posts
Hey James

We had a long thought about your application but in the end we are going to decline it.

In order to improve our progress we need raiders who are alot more versatile than you.
We have no room for players who only specialise in one-spec with no viable alt aswell.

Further we need players who have experience raiding at the level we are going towards.

I do appreciate the time you spent in writing this application and the interest you have shown in our guild.

edit: GM
Life and beer are very similar; Chill for best results.

Ranged and Recruitment officer
#13908905 Nov 25, 2018 at 06:03 PM
2 Posts
Thanks :D
Page 1