guild raid structure
As a two night a week mythic raiding guild, we take our limited time seriously, yet believe in keeping the game enjoyable for all.
Raid Days: Tuesday and Wednesday 8:30-11:30pm Central
Templar – Raiders that officers believe go above and beyond our expectations for the good of the raid and the guild. Officers regularly discuss raider candidacy for the Templar rank; don’t ask us if you qualify, we’ll tell you when we promote you!
Crusaders – Raiders who have passed their trial period and maintain attendance and performance requirements.
Acolytes – These are raiders that fall into two categories watched by the officers. Members currently starting their trial period, or raiders who have fallen below the attendance and/or performance requirements of a crusader.
Holding a higher rank doesn't mean you won't be sat; if an Acolyte is outperforming a Crusader, the latter will be benched.
The minimum attendance requirements are dependent on rank and raider status (current raider or trial member). If you fall below the attendance requirement for your rank, you have a grace period of 6 consecutive raid nights to return to the rank’s minimum. Failing to return to your rank’s minimum will result in a rank demotion. Our leniency will depend on your history of notifying us of absences, and we will obviously take emergencies and disasters into consideration.
Templars – 90% minimum attendance
Crusader – 80% minimum attendance
Acolyte – 70% minimum attendance
Acolyte (New Member Trial Period) – 90% minimum attendance
With the changes to the loot system in Dragonflight, the guild has adopted RC Loot Council to help us manage loot distribution. All raiders are required to have this addon installed.
We use the following settings to distribute loot, in terms of priority:
Mainspec BIS (mythic raid only)
Mainspec Greed (sidegrades)
Officers make the final determination for awarding loot based on other factors like completing 2 or 4-set for tier, item level upgrades, performance, and attendance.
Bind on Equip
BoEs are the primary source of funding for the guild bank to provide consumables such as cauldrons and feasts, in addition to repairs. Raiders must trade to an officer any such BoEs acquired during one of our officially scheduled raids before the end of the raid. If a raider desires to purchase a BoE from the guild, they are offered at 30% off the current AH price.
Weekly M+ Vault
Due to the high reward profile, raiders are to complete at least one level 16 or higher M+ key each week.
Boss Mod - BigWigs
Method Raid Tools
RC Loot Council