R4GEASAURUS_REX wrote: »Hello my name is William and I'm a veteran world of warcraft player. You may ask what this means. And what does it matter. I take games like this serious and strive to be the best I can be.
Ive recently retired from world of warcraft where I was involved with a top 20 world clan for clearing everything on heroic pve. And where I ranked top 30 in world at pvp.
Im a fast learner, take direction well, a solid team player, I do my research, I watch videos and read websites.
I have one friend who plays eso. And he's too busy to do anything with me. Right now I'm only level 10. I'm hoping to find a guild willing to teach me the ropes, help me out and maybe do a few quests with me or help me get to 50. What I offer in return is a solid raider and pvper. I will make a name for myself here.
Im 34 years old and am online all the time. My Xbox gamer tag is: R4GEASAURUS REX
I think you just have to reach level/cp cap before people actively invite you to endgame guilds. Also played wow for multiple years and just letting you know these forums aren't the best place to look for real end game guilds. There are a lot of 300+ member guilds with no VMoL or VSO completions who's main goal seems to be quantity over quality. Most guilds with serious progression groups that beat hard content frequently have 50-80 members that play together every day and a serious trials team consisting of like 15-20 players who have shown the perseverance to make their characters as strong as possible and are active in the community. Potential is worth something but you can solo to max level and get to cp cap grinding by yourself, don't need a group for that.