Application to Albion Online - NatoPotter


New Member

1. Why do you want to join UDL? (Minimum: 1 paragraph)
I've always played online games with friends, and I believe a guild is about making friends and getting to know each other, helping, advising, becoming stronger and having fun together. I usually main necromancers (GW2/WoW), and your guild logo does remind me of them. I enjoy pvp as well.

2. What is your character name, and what does it mean to you?
NatoPotter, as the name suggests, I like Harry Potter :D

3. How did you find out about our guild? Do you have a member of UDL who can vouch for you?
I found out about your guild in the Albion forums, never heard of it before though.

4. When do you usually play? Are there days/times when you are consistently unavailable? What country/timezone do you live in?
I usually play at night (college on Tuesdays and Wednesdays), timezone UTC -03:00, Brazil.

5. Describe your past MMO experiences. What is your guild history?
I've played WoW, Guild Wars 2, Rift, Priston Tale, Final Fantasy XIV, Ragnarok, Aion and so many others. The one guild I still recall is Freedom, while playing Ragnarok.

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'm 29, patisserie professional and English teacher, and I love baking and preparing dishes for other people, specially desserts, and as such, I often see myself doing that in mmos as well.

7. What is your preferred play style? PvP, crafting, gathering, or any combination of these?
I prefer PvP and PvE (although I haven't played it in FFXIV), with some crafting and gathering. It depends on the what the game has to offer (I would play pvp a lot in Guild Wars 2, not a single match in FFXIV).

8. What excites you the most about the game you are applying for?
I loved the art style, the mechanics of not having level, the battle is also fun (lag can be crucial here).

9. Based on the document you were directed to read, "Being an Undead Lord", which is your strongest pillar? Which is your weakest?
My strongest pillar is respect, as a teacher and a professional you have to respect people, you have to be cordial to also be respected.
I'm not perfect, but maybe more dedication would be in order?