My name is Jamie and im twenty three years of age, I live in a popular city in England called Bristol (south west).
I have lived here all my life and intend to do so in the future.
I work in Bristol University as a Catering assistant, covering from serving students and washing plates to cleaning the kitchen and taking out rubbish.
My play style, well i've done it all, Hardcore raiding and pvp to Role play and back again! I try to keep a wide variety of different things to do, sometimes all at once.
I have been playing World of warcraft for almost ten years without having any major breaks, (a month max possibly). It has been overall the best game i've played and kept me
the longest in my gaming history. It has good points and bad points compared to other mmo's such as Guild Wars 2 and Star Wars the old republic, but overall been the best
out of the three. A few examples would be, the specifications being to a lower standard to play (not that my pc is unable to run anything below ultra). Also the role and play style
selection such as a healer or tank, even a dps or both! Furthermore it has kept going for many years without having to restart from scratch, e.g going from Guild Wars 1, then starting
over again on Guild Wars 2.Raiding:
My attendance is a bit of a problem as I work some evening shifts 18:45 to 21:30 (game time), this is due to my job's contract of where the job is split shifts. However I am term time only, meaning
when the students aren't at university work is limited. There is work throughout the holidays but there are many people like myself who do split shifts and are roated down in the evening
(I usually get the following week half way through the curret week). This isn't really something I can avoid as work is work at the end of the day. Typical week is monday to friday evenings and doing
weekend as over time should I want to, this 99% of the time isn't on an evening.This is where being a raider is a big obstacle, but nothing that can be worked around. I also have decided to become
a lot more active, these years of gaming have not been kind to me in the way of health. However this shouldn't cause attendance issuses as I work out at home at the moment during the day.
My pervious raiding experience is in high supply! I have done near enough every raid and difficulty since The Burning Crusade, most recent being some normal and Heroic bosses in Black Rock Furnace.
It was a month or so before Warlords hit that I started my split shift job so raiding was very little.What I can offer Seventh Flight:
I have many years of experience under my belt playing World of Warcraft including Progressive raiding, arenas, Role play and much more!
Over the years I have met and played soo many people throughout my experience (even a real life wedding which consisted of my GM's getting married to each other).
I have also a wide knowledge of many classes and specs, raiding wise i've played elemental shaman, ret and holy paladin, (what is now guardian druid), destruction warlock and many more!
I have five different classes at level 100, Paladin, Warlock, Shaman, Death Knight and Warrior. Unfortunately there are on the horde side as I recently faction changed my Paladin.
The reason for this is, I felt a bit left out as I had to stop raiding and being behind on gear and raid knowledge, the guild isn't a position where they can take me through their clear runs.
I have been in the guild for almost two years and met lovely people in the guild, but it's just not the same as it was before as people have came and went during my absence. Last but not least
I have also done recordings in pervious raids and want to continue to do so, ill leave a link of a recording I done last expansion. Meeting halfway:
I have used Teamspeak, Ventrilo, Mumble and even Skype to communicate in raids so using mumble is no problem. Furthermore I am able to understand and following instructions and advice throughout
raids and outside of raids. I can also communicate and speak very good english in presonse to an instruction or question. I like to think I am a very kind and helpful person, who can not only give critical
advice but also recieve criticism without taking offense or "nerd raging". I respect all players and their views in the game as well as outside the game, even if I disagree. Im not a player who wants the next
upgrade or mount as it's just a game and I have more rewarding things I aim towards. After reading your "SK" loot system works, it is something i've never heard of but can see how it works (mostly).Character profile:
Armory link - https://www.askmrrobot.com/wow/optimize ... /xservious
(I maybe in ret or holy, should you request the other let me know!)
Recording link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PuLqbMTL6Y
My gear is alittle outdated due to my inactivity (recently came back to wow), I do have some better item level gear, but I would lose my 2 set if I replaced it. However my skills and knowledge are still held high.
I can play both ret and holy so switching specs isn't a problem. As for an alt, well my paladin is the only character I have to offer, unless I transfer any other of my characters, (Warlock and Death Knight being a bit
behind my paladin). I have chosen to stack crit where I can as I am aiming to go with big quick heals (this being my personal choice... This being based on holy shock critting (as much as possible), allowing
infusion of light to proc, reducing the cast time on holy light and holy radiance, or increasing the healing of my next flash of light. This can work with raid and single target healing, so that concludes how my
quick heals work, with crit making them bigger (when they do). That's why I try to avoid massive amounts of haste. Multistrike would be next inline to add even more healing followed by mastery and versatility
being last. As I said this is personal choice, it may work it may not it's an experiment!Additional Information:
Unfortunately I don't know anybody on the server that could recommend me or recommend you to me as I recently transfered as I said.
I hope my application wasn't too long and boring, hopefully some parts might be inspiring!