Keyboard Turners is a group of friends that have been playing WoW together for entirely too long. Many of us have backgrounds in "semi-hardcore" or "hardcore" raiding environments where raiding four nights a week and spending the other three to alt raid or farm the materials for your progression raids was completely normal. We've wiped to bosses for weeks if not months, farmed honor to get that PvP trinket for that one raid boss, and micromanaged 25-man raiding teams. As time's crawled along, though, the love of the game has come and gone and what has truly endured are our friendships. Sure, we have rocky patches - but we're here to have fun, kill shit, and hang with our buddies on a more lax schedule.
Do you want to join our ranks of "semi-retired" raiders? Sure! We'd love to make new friends.
Here are our rules:
- Don't be a dick. If your favorite past time is trolling people, we'll trollololo you right out of our magical little home.
- If you're not sure what you're doing wrong or how a fight works, ask.
- We don't expect you to spend every waking moment researching how to min/max, farming potions, or making spreadsheets about strategy efficiency. We do expect you to know how to play your class pretty well, though. Standing in fires is not fun for healers.
- Progress will always take a back seat to having a good time. We're never going to spend all our time on a new boss- we'd rather farm some gear and end raids on a good note. That being said, we're not going to give up after 15 minutes on something new, either.
- Since we're only raiding two nights a week, you need to make both days regularly.
P.S. It'd be really cool if you hung out with everyone else too. When we all are in our retirement homes, recalling the days of WoW, we want to be able to know more about you than, "Didn't he play a frost DK or something?"
Come and find out how much fun being a 'casual' raider can be!