Character Name: Seelyon
Desired role (Healer, DPS, or Tank): Dps, tank
Other roles you would accept (if applicable):
Link to Armory:
Player Time Zone: Aussie
How often will something prevent you from coming to the raid if you sign up as coming? Very low
Frequent D/Cs are bad. Blaming performance errors on latency & framerate issues is also bad. Are your computer and internet connection good enough for raiding? Comp is fine
What steps do you take to continually improve your gameplay? min/max and cookiecut like a boss. Aswell as keep up to date with theorycrafting and spreadsheeting
What is your current biggest weakness, performance-wise, and how are you addressing it? Prone to tunnelvision when dpsing
If applying for a dps spot, what is your typical 25-man raid DPS? If available, please provide a link to a World of Logs or other report for a recent 25-man raid in which you participated. Regular raid members typically do 9100-10300 dps. Not 85 yet but was doing more than that in wrath.
What Icecrown Citadel fights have you not experienced? Heroic LK 10/25
Current Guild: You no take stables & drunken badgers
Which Raid groups have you raided with (Feathermoon or otherwise)?
How did you hear about the Drunken Badgers raid? I use to raid with them before I xfered
What PVP experience do you have? 2k arena experience in all brackets (carried in each)
Why do you want to join our raid? For the funz
If you are in a raid now, why do you want to leave? Keep my options open incase i xfer back
Do you know anyone currently in the raid? Everyone
Do you know anyone currently in the Drunken Badgers' guild? Everyone
Do you consider yourself more hardcore or more casual? Why? What does "hardcore" mean to you? What does "casual" mean to you? Depending on my mood
List anything special you can contribute to the raid: Ret damage and an angry avrus when I out dps him.
Have you read the raid rules (viewtopic.php?f=38&t=766
) and do you agree to them? yes
Are there any raid instances that you will not be available to raid on Friday nights? nope