i started playing wow nearing the end of wrath, at that point i only made alts and played with my brother. it wasn't till mists that i started playing properly as i had reached my first capped character during that expansion, that was when i was introduced to raids and even thought, at the time i only used LFR i still enjoyed them (on a hp laptop with 4 GB of ram so the quality wasn't a big concern).
It was when WOD came out. I made the character that i use to this day, my Shaman. i played though the expatiation mainly as enhance but i wanted to try out healing for the first time, i sucked... but i still wish to return to it as it was a fun experience. that take me up to legion and i now use elemental and am not half bad at that.
up until this point i have had 0 social guild experience. i mainly played solo or with my family but any guilds i was apart of where the sort of guild you get invited to when you make a character and you don't leave due to the perks from them, and now that there they are no more i decided i didn't really need a guild. now as i'm more experienced with the game i kinda miss out on the socializing and all the good moments that people say about "there guilds". so i decided i should probably give it ago
like most of the games i play, the RPG thing was the main attraction to the game. killing stuff and gearing up, raid and dungeon bosses, plus the class choice was good too, so many options (sham all the way). but the primary aspect of the game that keeps me coming back is the overwhelming font of lore that is has. i freaking love it so much that iv even bought the Chronicles books and have read most of the other wow books out there. my only hatred of wow is...pet battling, granted it's not mandatory it still irritates me playing it.
The guilds "whole anything goes thing" i really like, just so i'm free to try other things in the game with no guild backlash at all is comforting. And just by reading that it gave me a very relaxed feel of the guild. i also liked the "While we won't be getting server firsts" that amused me, and again it conveyed the whole relaxed feel.
just to add i don't wish to jump right into raiding straight of the bat. i kinda wanted to learn how/ get back into healing again and i don't think you want a rookie healer in your raid team
i hope you consider my application, thank you.