What game are you applying for?
What is your character name?
Why do you want to join UDL?
I’m interested in a guild that takes pvp seriously and doesn’t just invite any random member of the masses to create a huge guild. (Also the love for Myrkul is pretty cool.)
How did you find out about our guild?
I was sent a DM from Ginko after posting on the Crowfall ‘looking for a guild’ page.
Describe your past MMO experiences
The most relevant experiences were in DAoC, mostly playing on the PvP server Mordred. I was part of Shadowclan there as my off-character.
After DAoC I mostly played WoW, all PvP realms. I was in too many guilds to remember as they all seemed to end up falling apart and reforming. In WoW I enjoyed the larger BG AV and was our back-capping group’s main healer as my druid Karebears. This was mostly on Bleeding Hollow and Detheroc.
I also played the original PlanetSide for a short time, and enjoyed the base capturing battles there, particularly being part of a team who would go behind lines and prep the next bases for capture by hacking in, destroying spawn tubes, capturing nearby towers, etc.
I’ve played quite a few other mmos (RIFTS, SWtOR, ESO, etc.), but not as much or as involved as those first two.
Do you have anything to prove you are an exceptional gamer?
Nothing showing my competitive PvPing, as I only started streaming and such after I no longer felt drawn to any MMOs, that is before Crowfall.
Do you have a member of UDL who can vouch for you?
What is your preferred play style?
PvP - Small Scale: true
PvP - Large Scale: true
Tell us a little about yourself.
I’m 34 years old.
I do stream on twitch, and am very excited to play and stream as much Crowfall as time allows.
Which is your strongest pillar? Which is your weakest?
My strongest is likely ‘dedication’ as once I start something I’m pretty hard to get off of it.
My weakest would likely be ‘respect’ as respecting tradition isn’t something I hold in high esteem, but mostly because when people usually say that, it’s not for a good reason. I also swear a bit, so perhaps ‘professionalism.’