How old are you?
25What country do you reside in?
USA (EST)What name will you use in game? (NOTE: You MUST read and abide by our Character Naming Policy)
VeiceWhat type of character class do you enjoy the most? (Tank, DPS, healer, etc...)
HealerWhich area of MMO gaming do you enjoy the most? (PvP, RP, PvE, etc...)
PvP, PvEWhat is your take on "Ganking," "Griefing," "Camping," etc...? We define these activities as follows:
- "Ganking" = Killing a player far below your own level
- "Griefing" = Consistently killing the same lower level player over and over again
- "Camping" = Staying on top of a dead player's body until they respawn only to kill them again and again when they are in a weakened and vulnerable state.
Ganking, griefing, and camping are three of the things that have the potential to produce a negative (if not nightmarish) situation for players new to the MMO genre. They're key examples of pointless, disrespectful, disruptive in-game bullying and blatant abuse of the world PvP feature. I think it's also very dishonorable (although not abusive if neither ganking, griefing, nor camping occur in the process) to sneak attack a player who's been weakened by present or recent combat with a mob.Tell us about your self briefly and why you want to join REIGN.
I left a dead guild on a dead server on which I play a level 43 Sith Inquisitor (Ven'il on server Hedarr Soongh if you'd like to/are able to look him up) due to the utter barrenness making it a miserable place to be. I chose an RP server because they (generally) offer a higher level of maturity. I chose Jung Ma for PvP and the positive things I've heard about it. I'm applying to REIGN because its mission statement, focus, and rules against discrimination line up with what I'm looking for in a group.Are there any skills, experience or qualities you possess that could help benefit the guild?
On the role-playing end, I'm a proficient writer and a glut for immersion. On the gaming end, I've spent very few days since I was in kindergarten without some kind of controller in my hand. I've played a wide variety of MMO games including WoW, in which I spent most of my few years as a healer (druid, priest) and ranged damage-dealer (mage). I've done a solid share of endgame raiding (as damage and healer) and PvP (as a healer). As a person, I come pre-loaded with a big sense of humor, an education, a quick and hands-on learning style, and enough spare optimism to keep my chin up in the face of a wipefest.Where did you hear about REIGN and what attracted you to us?
I ran a Google search ("Jung Ma Empire Guilds" to be exact) and saw a recruitment post on the official forums. Like I said above, what I've read about the guild's social climate and direction line up with what I'm looking for.Have you read the Guild Charter?
Yep!Did you read the Code of Conduct?
Devoured it.Did you read the Activity Policy?
Yes (and I'm glad it exists).Are you willing and able to give us plenty of opportunities to get to know you by being active both here on the forums and in-game over the next couple of weeks?
Certainly; I want to make sure I'm a good fit for this group and vice-versa. If there's anything specific I can do to contribute to the process, don't hesitate to let me know.
-----------------------------The following questions are simply case scenarios in which we can get some insight into how you will play the game. There is no right or wrong answer... just pick the option you would as if you were playing the game.A guild member says in guild chat that he/she is under attack by an enemy player(s) and is requesting assistance. They keep getting killed over and over again. You are a higher level player than your guildmate and currently in the midst of questing yourself. What do you do?
C.) Stop what you are doing and come to your guildmate's aid immediately.
(I also think it's important in these situations, if ganking/griefing-type activities are part of the situation, to suggest that the person file a report.)You are going about your questing when you come across an enemy player who is much lower level than you. Assuming you are on an open Player-versus-Player server, do you:
A) Leave the player alone and let them go about their business.
(Because I'm VERY thankful when people extend this kind of courtesy to me. I don't really see a point in one-shotting them just because I can.)One of your fellow guildmates said or did something that offended you in some way. Do you:
B.) Talk to a leader about it right away.
C.) Talk directly to the member yourself.
(This depends largely on the situation. My experiences as a non-heterosexual person taught me early on that people -- myself included -- aren't necessarily aware that their words or actions are offensive. If it's something that seems unintentional or something small, I'll generally just politely share my concern with the other person. If something deliberately offensive is said, I report directly to the appropriate person in the chain of command and ask for mediation.)