The Wabbajack guild was originally founded with the goal of unifying the top EP PVP players on the Wabbajack campaign and we now fight on the VivecCampaign.
The guild’s mission is to improve both the quality and PvP skill of our members and to provide fun, coordinated and successful raids. We intend to build on the reputation and respect we have from both our allies and our enemies alike and to help the pact win campaigns.
As a guild we try to offer:
Quality raid leaders with a broad understanding of PVP tactics and mechanics.
A friendly and mature atmosphere where everyone feels welcome.
Free consumable buffs for use during PVP.
Help gaining levels and gearing up for PVP.
Access to high level crafters for gear and enchantments.
We ask that all squires, warriors and knights of The Wabbajack guild meet the following requirements:
PVP focused, this is the guild’s main focus and players are expected to be active in PVP. Whilst we understand everyone needs and like to PvE once in awhile, your main focus as a guild member should be to join guild members in PvP activities.
The ability to use TeamSpeak3 with a working microphone.
The ability to understand English, as a multi-national guild all important operations for the guild will be done in English.
Age 16+ as chat may contain adult themes or discussions.
The Wabbajack Guild is pact exclusive and requires all members to play EP on our home campaign. Playing for other alliances on our home campaign is not tolerated and will result in removal from the guild.
All guild members must read and agree to the guild rules and to adhere to them at all times.
To keep the guild running smoothly members are expected to keep up activity within the game and the guild:
Members who are offline for a period of time without prior communication will have their rank removed and become a ghost within the guild.
Ghosts will be removed after 100 days.
Additionally any members who are often online but not participating, joining guild raids and playing with other guild members may be subject to removal.
Any members who are removed under these conditions are welcome to reapply to the guild.
As a social guild built on respect, fun and friendship we do not believe in making rules for rules sake, or to restrict our members from expressing themselves and enjoying their game time. However, it is important to set clear guidelines so we all know what is not acceptable and also what is expected of each of our members.
Below is a list of the basic tenets we adhere to, these have been formulated and put in place in order to protect our members and our community's reputation.
Be an Ambassador
We are very proud of the reputation of The Wabbajack. Please remember- once you join our guild you are a flag bearer for your guild mates. Wear your tabard with pride. Your actions in game, on this forum and on public forums will affect the level of respect and consideration afforded to our community.
Any form of discrimination (including, but not limited to: racism, homophobia, sexism, ageism) are strictly prohibited on these forums and in game. Anyone posting on the forums or chatting in game about any offensive, or general discriminatory material, will be immediately removed from the community and this forum. A warning may be given under exceptional circumstances, but that would be at the discretion of the admin and leaders.
In specific reference to PvP conduct. Any member that (by their actions) adversely affects our reputation through un-sporting behaviour will receive a cautionary warning then removal from the community if these actions persist. If the offense is deemed to be sufficiently unacceptable instant removal from the community will occur.
Wabbajack PVP Raid Etiquette
The following is a list of rules which any member of Wabbajack, no matter rank, is expected to follow during raids. These rules may be enforced to different levels under each commander but are considered the basics for good etiquette and respect.
Follow the crown!
The raid leader is in charge.
Whenever you're in a raid you're expected to follow all orders given by the current raid leader at that time. This means not backseat leading (giving orders of your own) and you should always be with the raid leader unless you have been given permission to break away from the group.
Whenever you're in a raid and actively fighting please make sure you're keeping comms (TeamSpeak3) clear of any chatter or irrelevant comments. There will be times when a raid leader lets comms be more free but during any fighting you should be silent unless giving relevant combat or tactical information. Furthermore should anyone on comms call out "battle comms" or "check check" everyone should instantly go silent so important information can be communicated.
No Debates During a Raid.
If you have issues with the current leadership, their choices or attitudes of the raid please do not start an active debate during the raid.