It finally happened.
Your main tank, exhausted from multiple hits to the head and frustrated by the healers’ “lack of commitment to downing Deathwing” (who even talks like that?), ragequit a few days ago. An officer was frustrated – he’d been playing with that tank since Beta – and kicked the main healer. Now there is chaos. By the end of the week, it will have completely collapsed.
And you? All this drama is harshing your vibe – you just want to raid! And with the fall of Raiding Guild A, you have nowhere to go. Nowhere but… General chat. …or is there? You remember a link, seen long-ago, half-forgotten… doesn’t Guild Launch have a feature to find guilds? A search function?
Yes. Yes, we do. While we hope that your guild stands forever, a titan amongst mere giants, we understand that sometimes even the best group can fall, for a number of reasons. And we’re here to help.
This search function means the difference between cold-PMing guild leaders or spamming Trade chat with your GS and achievements – you can search for all the right criteria for a new guild, even down to the times for their raid slots.
On TheGuildLife.com, there is a link in the Primary Navigation bar to ‘Find A Site’. Here, you can set all the parameters you want – what game and server you’re on, whether you’re more interested in a social, leveling guild or a group of hardcore raiders in that coveted 7-11 slot on Friday nights with a standard DKP system.
Then you click the ‘Search’ button, and you’ll get the results you need to keep playing the game after tragedy hits. A guild may fall, but the tell of a good player is he (or she) that stands back up after the fall and gets back in there, to raid and raid again.
That’s the basic rundown of our find-a-site functionality. Much like our Ask Slater Tuesday posts, if you have something you’d like to see, let me know! Send me an email at email@example.com or send me a tweet – I’m @GL_Slater on the Twitter.