1. Why do you want to join UDL? (Minimum: 1 paragraph) I am looking to be part of a PvP focused guild. I am more interested in killing newbs than I am in being one (by association of course). 2. What is your character name, and what does it mean to you? BeerWench. I like beer? My favorite person is the one who brings me beer.. 3. How did you find out about our guild? Do you have a member of UDL who can vouch for you? Joined a newb guild who was being led by a member of UDL. I was the only person who thought killing the gankers after us was a good idea. 4. When do you usually play? Are there days/times when you are consistently unavailable? What country/timezone do you live in? US central time. I usually play after work, so 5pm-10pm ish. 5. Describe your past MMO experiences. What is your guild history? I have always made a new char name, and different guild in every MMO. Always focused on PVP. In ESO Online for Xbox, I was one of the well known PvP leaders in our server. I have played EVE, Smite, ESO Online, RuneScape (before p2w). I cant remermber all of them. 6. Tell us a little about yourself. Age? Likes and dislikes? Anything at all you'd like to share. Here is your chance to set yourself apart from other applicants. (Minimum: 1 paragraph) I am old as dirt, have a good career, and a lot of free time. I like drinking, hunting, fishing. and apparently too much video games. I love my dog more than my ex-fiancé. I am a US combat veteran. 7. What is your preferred play style? PvP, crafting, gathering, or any combination of these? I prefer PvP, I do everything else to support my PvP. 8. What excites you the most about the game you are applying for? Reminds me of a mix between Smite, LoL, ESO, and RuneScape. 9. Based on the document you were directed to read, "Being an Undead Lord", which is your strongest pillar? Which is your weakest? Strongest - Loyalty, Integrity, Honor, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, and Personal Courage Weakest - Professionalism, but only cause I like profanity. I do hold a professional job, I turn it off after work usually.