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    Old 12-04-2010, 06:50 PM
    Necromogg Necromogg is offline
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    Hi, Initially posted this in wrong area so here goes again.

    I'm thinking of joining the PCG guild but not sure if new recruits are still wanted given the guild size restrictions.
    I'm 42 years old and work on an oil installation in the North sea so only have access to my home PC and WOW for 3 out of 5 weeks, though a large amount (too much if I'm honest) of that time is spent on WOW. .I've been playing WOW since the BC release. I've done some raiding mostly in BC (Kara & Zul), but also some Naxx in WTLK. I am (have been) more of an altoholic however having 9 level 80s and another 7 over level 60 with a bunch more lowbies. I've done a fair amount of multiboxing (playing 5 characters on one pc) and have cleared most of the WTLK heroics this way, but with the dungeon finder boxing is now pointless as it takes me longer to clear a dungeon on my own than to find a group to do it with.
    Info on my toons can be found at http://www.wowwiki.com/User:Shagbat though it's in need of updating.
    I'm still as addicted to WOW as ever but with the new guild changes coming in Cataclysm I've reevaluated my playing style and believe I need to join a guild again. I could see me sticking to a single toon but would be at best a casual raider. I have no characters on Steamwheedle Cartel server but being a PCG reader see this as a good choice.
    I'd appreciate any feedback from guild members and officers.

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    Old 12-04-2010, 07:04 PM
    Deadard Deadard is offline
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    Hi Necro,

    The guild was set up as a place where everyone, no matter what their playstyle, or time available for playing, would be welcome. This is true today as it ever was.

    Although from what you say about your position the progression raid teams would not suit you there will be lots of other opportunities to not only raid but also to take part in any of the other guild activities.

    I would say give it a try. You have nothing to lose by either transferring a couple of toons across to SWC or even starting a fresh one.

    There are lots of us in the guild that have tons of alts. We now even have an associated guild to put them into. And someone with the experience of multi-boxing 5 at a time would be very welcome. I have trouble dual boxing and I wouldn't even think of taking them both into the same instance
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    Old 12-04-2010, 07:39 PM
    Necromogg Necromogg is offline
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    Thanks Dead,

    I had pretty much decided I would join, most likely with a new character as the old starting areas are now much cooler and I want to go through them properly again.
    I'll be joining around 15th December when I get home. (Yes after Cata launch, I'll miss it due to being at work)

    As for multiboxing if you want to give it more of a go or are in any way interested or serious about it I suggest you check out dualboxing.com. it's an excellent resource for new or developping boxers.

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