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  1. Peace Through Annihilation - The Grim Mandate Deathwing has returned, sowing chaos and disorder on everything beneath his shadow. The lands have changed, oceans have swelled, and new enemies have crawled their way up from the tales of the old world. While the armies of the Horde recoup from its losses in the Northrend campaign, The Grim are called again by their new Warchief to handle these new threats in ways others dare not. With this call, The Grim seek new individuals of like mind to aid in combating these threats against the Horde and its prosperity. Who are The Grim? The Grim are the oldest active role-playing guild on the Twisting Nether server. Since it's founding on September 16th, 2005, The Grim have been the leading example of a full immersion ("Heavy RP") role-playing guild, keeping high standards in writing excellence and game-play. While not the only role-playing guild on Twisting Nether; The Grim is unique in that its membership is made up of role-players who seek character development through game play. While we hold many well-received writers and storytellers among our ranks, we are not a guild who sit around in-game all day and express their feelings through emotes. We are a guild of action, made up of people who enjoy World of Warcraft for what it is: an MMORPG. Why Join The Grim? Joining The Grim allows you to play with fellow role-players who want to do more than stand in Silvermoon City and enjoy the sunshine. Since this server's creation, The Grim has been well known for its success and active involvement in the PvE and PvP scene. If you are looking for an active roleplaying guild that wants to play the game, we will have what you are looking for. What If I'm Interested In Raiding? If you are a role-player who enjoys the PvE environment, you will find a competent group with The Grim. While not a cutting-edge raiding guild; The Grim has performed far beyond what most would expect from a "bunch of RPers." While most guilds with raiding teams require a certain level of player competency, The Grim understand that many role-players have not had an opportunity to be involved with a dedicated raiding team. Because of this, we do not frown upon inexperience and seek to make all members with the interest and desire to raid to be the best that they can be. While we do not hold your hand, resources are made available and members who are considered experts at specific classes and roles are always available for questioning. Guild leadership also takes an active role at player improvement. We are not in the business of turning down applications based on raid slots. However, if you are applying strictly to raid with The Grim, understand raid positions are filling up and we keep everyone, new member and old, to a very high standard. For current raiding information, this link provides it. If you are scared of links, just scroll down - the raid post is #4 on this thread. What If I'm Interested In PvP? If you are a role-player who enjoys PvP, you will find The Grim to field a very healthy environment that has a rich history; with a well established credibility and respect by and for the opposition (The Alliance). The Grim currently host a Rated Battleground team that runs every Wednesday and Sunday. We are rated in the top 10 of the server. Concerning arenas, we have numerous teams at all levels of play and many members who are just waiting for the right class combination to begin new teams. While arenas have never been our focus, we have enough membership willing and able, just waiting for the right person with the motivation to take them to the top! With world PvP, The Grim are the first guild in Cataclysm to defeat Tyrande Whisperwind, The Dwarven Council, and Prophet Velen (patch 4.0.6). Some past accomplishments involving The Grim are well known by the role-playing community; and many could, arguably, be known as precursor's to many guild and faction rivalry's that still exist in the community today. Prior to the Burning Crusade; our King of Rats storyline is still considered by many to be the best cross-faction event of this server. Our participation in Operation: Long Rifle was well received, as were our many assaults against Alliance cities and towns. During the Burning Crusade, we were the second group to kill Bolvar Fordragon before his removal from Stormwind; though arguably the first recognized kill during prime-time hours. Near the end of Burning Crusade and entering into Wrath of the Lich King, Cristok's Challenge, a duel-based event for gold and prizes, was well received, running two seasons that spanned about a year. Where Can I Find More Information About The Grim? Our primary source of information can be found at our website. Currently we're handling some administrative and format changes, but the links work and the news items are kept up-to-date. The Grim Armory Page The Grim GuildOx PageThe Grim GuildProgress Page Concerning contacts; Abric can be contacted on the Gazette. In-game; you can speak with Qarosimae, Bloodscream, Greebo, Ryanica, Malebrignon, or Thalevia. If you have questions that can be fielded in-character (IC), you'll find some to be far more receptive to that than any out of character (OOC) interaction.
  2. Warchief, I present this required report pertaining to the status of our assault against the Alliance strongholds of Ironforge and Exodar. While I have not forgotten your instruction or desire for a visual telling of information, my presence is required in the Eastern Kingdoms to confirm the information asked at our last meeting. The third week of this month, The Grim entered the Exodar as previously planned. While the city's honor guard and defenses were on alert, there was minimal presence of any adventurer or mercenary group. Despite his own ability to foretell the future, the Prophet was defeated, though the retrieval of his corpse was unsuccessful. Informants inside the city report he still lives, but I presume he will be unable to physically leave the Exodar until his wounds fully heal. In addition to the Exodar assault, the mountain fortress of Ironforge was breached. While the original intent was information collection, the city population seems to have been greatly affected by the Cataclysm. We were able to move through the different districts with little resistance, so the decision was to focus our forces near their Great Forge and royal quarters. While confirmation of the presence of the Wildhammer and Dark Iron may have already been made, our assault found us within their throne room where we defeated the representatives of the three clans. Like the Prophet, we were unable to acquire the bodies of their leaders; though none of our own were left for any semblance of justice. In contrast to Exodar, we met fierce resistance from the Alliance mercenaries and adventurers. They were unable to stop our assault, but their presence did keep us from burning Ironforge from within - the city and its leaders still stand, but we have collected enough information for further assaults which should reach you in separate correspondence. While we have shown the Alliance can be attacked and defeated, such feints and skirmishes will do little to resolve the insult of their existence. With the full force of the Horde, we could end this in a matter of weeks… so I ask again the support of the Horde armies. While such a request will not change our plans for Stormwind, with military aid we could take the city and do what we will with it. I await your response. ~A.P. The Enforcer
  3. In this time, Azeroth faces many threats. The Horde and Deathwing ravage our land and people, the military standing up to any threats to the Alliance. We fight for all the citizens of the Alliance, and we will not give up until we know they are safe. We are the Hammer of the Alliance, the Seventy Third. We will stand strong against the Horde as we did before, and stand strong against Deathwing as we stood strong against the Lich King with so many others, and as we stood strong against all the dangers our citizens have faced. Though stationed in Theramore, our forces are deployed around Azeroth to defend our brethren fighting in places like Stonetalon and Ashenvale. We will not give up. We will not give in. The Alliance's enemies will fall beneath it's Hammer, and the soldiers with us will deliver the Hammer. (( The Seventy Third is an RP/Raiding guild, based on the premise of a military unit. We have 150 members currently. Here is the link to our forums:http://theseventythird.forums-free.com If you wish to join, contact Branngas,Altherion,Edrane,Faelyx,Cyllos,Nelgrim,or Fïksal in game.))
  4. ((This is my first guild recruitment post on TNG, so I hope you'll forgive me if you find it to be lacking.)) Listen up, because this is important! If I see that you can't pay attention, there will be a penalty! And believe you me, you do not want what I have in mind. *grin* The Dragonhawk Brigade is the most elite, the most exciting, and the BEST Brigade in all of Azeroth! Any objections? No, I didn't think so. Anyways, we serve the Dark Lady of the Undercity, the one and only...Sylvanas Windrunner! This is her Brigade, and whatever she says goes! But it's MY Brigade too, so I'm the one in charge here. Don't forget that! But if you find yourself on the RIGHT path, the path that leads to serving the Dark Lady and all of her endeavors, then you will join us! Trust me, nothing could be more fulfilling than gathering intelligence for Lady Windrunner's cause. Whether it be acquiring important information, a deadly weapon, or collecting on the bounty of an enemy, we do it all! There is nothing Brigade Chief Masquerade and the Dragonhawk Brigade cannot do! *laughter* How large/active is the guild? We currently have 178 guild members. However many guild members have a good number of alts in the guild, and of the remainder about a fourth are truly active, and a third have decent attendance. Is RP required? Is OOC allowed in guildchat, or do you have a separate channel for that? Roleplay is not required. The Dragonhawk Brigade is your "little bit of everything" guild, with much PvE and some raiding, PvP, and leveling. Guild chat is 0oC, and we have a separate channel for RP. The RP channel is set at the guild's base of operations, the Fairbreeze Village Lounge in Eversong Woods. We also frequent Brill's Town Hall in Tirisfal Glades. Do you have a level restriction? Not at all. Do you have a guild website? http://www.dragonhawkbrigade.com What is the back story for the guild (if any)? ((A full, detailed storyline can be read at dragonhawkbrigade.com in our forums.)) The Dragonhawk Brigade was formed by Masquerade, a young blood elf who had lost her memory and was trained under the Dark Lady's Forsaken rogues. Eager to prove her loyalty, she agreed to form an intelligence squad under Windrunner's command. Shortly after the Brigade's founding, two new recruits were discovered to have ties to Kael'Thalas Sunstrider. Sylvanas demanded they be tested for his influence. While one paladin passed, her death knight cousin refused to be tested. The death knight Vehline murdered another Brigade member soon after refusing the testing and was banished from the Brigade. Currently the remaining agents are gathering a force powerful enough to take the villain down. Adding to their problems, a recent attack on Astranaar lead the Brigade to be targeted by one powerful Night Elf Nexys, and his guild Deathriders. The Brigade was attacked in Winterspring during a Winter's Veil celebration, their own member Kreylan betraying their location. Nexys had invaded the blood elf's mind, leading an attack on the Dragonhawk Brigade. Although Sylvanas' forces were successful in pushing the Deathriders back, it wasn't without casualty. Is there an initiation process before you are tagged? There is no requirement to join. However, to be promoted to the next 'official' rank, new members must roleplay with an officer or attend a guild event in which they display their roleplaying capabilities. They must also join the RP chat channel. Guild members who have multiple characters in the guild, and have met the requirements for a promotion on one of their characters, immediately have all characters promoted to Agent ranking. What would you say is the average level of the guild? There is an about equal spread, but the slight majority rests in the level 55-80 range. How would you classify the guild in RP terms? ie. evil/good/neutral/chaotic/lawful/etc We are neutral, with the idea that moral values are put aside at Sylvanas' command, but not essentially evil. The Brigade has honest and loyal intentions. We can be quite eccentric and chaotic, as Brigade members seek to have an exciting and enjoyable roleplaying experience. If you have any questions or would like to join the Dragonhawk Brigade, contact: Mäsquerade, Everek, Bobó, or Trojo in game. Or send me an email at masquerade@dragonhawkbrigade.com Have a wonderful gaming experience!
  5. I've been wandering around stormwind looking for RP and despite the number of people there, I am finding it hard to make connections so I have started The Jaunty Bandit programme and you are all invited to come and take part. Some of you may have received a flyer in the mail, if not here is the IC flyer that may be found floating around Stormwind and pinned outside the Auction House: -------- Attention heroes, knaves and civilians! The Jaunty Bandit Tavern has opened its doors for business. Join us of an eve to ease your mind, fill your bellies and drink your worries away! Leave the war outside the doors and come on in to where the food is hot, the beer is cold, and the dancers work for tips! You can find us on the south side of Stormwinds scenic Park District. Opening times: 5pm till 7pm daily HIRING STAFF! Chefs, Bartenders, Waiters, Entertainers, Security. Inquire within ---------- OOC postamble: I will be there every day at 5 for ONE WEEK trial period, July 17th to 25th, with good attendance from roleplayers I will continue, sharing the schedule with other participants (Hence the hiring) I have created <The Jaunty Bandit> guild to ease administration by using the calendar and bank features. It is not necessary to join the guild to take part in the events, all roleplayers are welcome. I will be seeking to enlist the help of many people as possible to run this project smoothly, so regardless of your character type there should be a viable way for everyone to participate. Perhaps you can tell poetry or recite songs to entertain the patrons? Are you a particularly savvy chef? Bonus points if you've got your own cleaver and rolling pin. Gift of the gab? Perhaps bar tending. None of the above? Perhaps you could be security and deal with troublemakers. Or simply come along for a drink and a bite to eat. Edit: The guild is up and running, staff positions are finalised, we're still hiring and would love to see you visit. I look forward to seeing you there. Sincerely, Roseanna Palm
  6. Too long have we stood by the living, Too long have the living betrayed us. Putress was slain, Vamismarath also slain. Something must be done! I call for all who have broken free from the Lich Kings grasp to join our cause. Knights of the Ebon Blade, Forsaken, We Shall Stand in defiance against the grip the Scourge and the living. The Horde, The Horde aren't our allies they are merely tools. They will help us achieve our goal and then we will strike them done with the fury of the Forsaken...Remember Putress, Remember Vamismarath, Trust in the Plague...... (( This guild if you couldnt tell is focused around being followers of the New Plague and being a Undercity Guard type guild. We despise all living but we will contact with them and use them as tools to get what we need. Forsaken and Death knights are allowed only because Forsaken duh and Death Knights have Escaped the Lich Kings Grasp also the only Faction Aside from Undercity that we are truely in good relations with are the Knights of the Ebon Blade because they share the same goal of Crushing Arthas, If you are interested Contact Fetress Via In Game Mail or Whisper ))
  7. <Thought> is a brand new social/rp guild. We're looking for friendly people who are prone to intellectual discourse. Due to the no-holds-bared attitude towards censorship that is our mainstay, this guild is 21 and over. The goal if the guild is to, one day, have a community wherein someone could sign on at nearly any time of the day and be greeted with genuine words instead of silence. I want this guild to be a haven for the intellectual who dares to delve in what is seen as politically incorrect. In WoW terms, I would also like for us to be able to raid, pvp, and conduct rp events but that, of course, needs good people. To put a vision into your mind, this guild would be akin to many older people of knowledge from all walks of life sitting in a regal tavern at the crack of dawn. Their tankards and food are ignored as they pore over books and voiciferously respond to whatever debate they are talking about. Other people may come and go and they are waved into the fray as these men of knowledge care not of stature, only that a new idea is brought to the table. For more information, send a tell or mail to Erwin or post a reply here.
  8. Rather than derail the horde RP channel thread, I thought I'd move discussion of this here. A couple of years back, we had a global RP channel alliance side. Rather than it being set in a location as is the common practice, we had it set up as what was commonly referred to as "gnomish talk-boxes" Basically a micronized version of the technology you see in some of the early darkshore quests. It worked better for the people who don't like the idea of channel RP, since they don't have to reconcile being in two places at once. We have a lot of RP guilds alliance side, but most of them rarely talk to each other, and it gives our side of the RP community a feeling of being small or dying because there's not a lot of large-scale RP aside from the regularl tavern events. I'd like to think this might promote more cross-guild RP and revitalize our cohesiveness a bit. Would starting this up again be of interest to anyone?