Who are we?
We're the Guild of Adventure, a bunch of adventurers exploring Tamriel in search of adventures, fun and challenges. We're an active community with representation in ESO and GW2. Our ESO membership currently stands at about 360 members. Inactives are regularly removed; we're keeping our roster filled with active players. Our focus is to learn, discover, complete and teach the trials ESO has to offer.What do we do?
We do trials!
We take anyone into normal trials, as long as they're CP160+. However, from time to time we do arrange more casual events as well, such as World Boss events, Imperial Sewers runs, or forays into Cyrodiil (mostly on AD).What about vet trials?
We've done all Craglorn trials on vet Hard Mode. We have completed vMoL, vCR, vSS, but vHoF is still on our to-do list. We're casual in our trials, so the atmosphere is light and friendly, but we do have certain requirements for vet trials, depending on what trial we're doing. DDs have to post a parse of at least 25k for Vet trials. The signup requirements are there simply to try and give ourselves a fair chance of completing the trial - there are DPS checks in trials, and our goal is to teach, not carry.me!Discord
We have an active Discord community. We only accept signups via Discord, and Discord is mandatory for all our trials. You don't have to speak, but you have to be able to listen to mechanics. Exception to the rule - in some trials we will expect the tanks and healers to speak when they encounter certain mechanics.Our conduct
We're not pros. We have players with heaps of experience, who have every Dungeon or Trial achievement there is, and we have players who bought the game last weekend. We teach and learn from each other, but we don't tolerate verbal abuse of a tank who missed that HA, a DD who died in the red, or a heal whose healing was a bit below par. When we go to Cyro we respect our enemies as they kill us, and when we kill them. When we have a bone to pick with a DD who arrives in a vet dungeon with PvP gear and 4k DPS, we discuss it in a mature and civil way; we don't scream, shout, throw blame or mud.Timezones
Most of our events are at 19h00-21h00 time of the day, GMT+1. There are exceptions, but that's when most of our members are online.How to join?
I'm not extremely active on these forums, so if you post here I might easily miss your post. Please rather contact us ingame.
Not elite, not the best. Just enjoying ESO.
Not the worst either. "Casual" != "totally ignorant"@taciti