Looking for a casual or middle tier raiding guild will not be quite as bad, but still takes some time. After all, when you are in a raiding guild you tend to grow a little cliquish. While looking find out as much as you can about a guild before you actually apply to them. This may be by asking players in the guild or that have been in the guild about it and how it works. Beyond where they are in the game, you want to find out some basic stuff about them, such as raid times, raid frequency, their general ages, time zone most players are in, raid level, gear level, loot rules used, attendance rules, language rules, and more. Some of the items on the list may sound small, but can add up over time. If you are an adult and join a mainly kid guild you may not fit in due to interest, or just find them annoying, or they may not like you for saying that yes they should be doing their homework rather than raiding when they complain about it.
Most raiding guilds have websites and online application forms. Even if you talk to them in game, most will refer you to the website to apply. Take this seriously, it is your way to tell them about yourself. Sell yourself. This means you need to give them as much information as possible. If the form is 10 questions and you answer in 10 sentences you are probably not going to get in. On the flip side, don’t give them your whole life story hoping that they will let you in just because your dog died last week. Keep the information relevant and enlightening about your self. State who you are, what you bring to the table, what you are looking for, and why they should pick you. Part of this application is about being neat, organized, and professional as well. Show that you care enough to spell check and grammar check. Explain yourself completely and in an organized way. Think of this as applying for a job and you won’t be far off.
Some players may not wear a headset, and this wouldn’t go over well if a parent, spouse, or child walked within earshot of the computer. We have experience in providing Fast WOW Gold, so you can trust us. We all start someplace, so even if you are fresh to max level and not in a full epic setup, make the effort, show that you care. Don’t expect them to take you in crap gear. Look for best in slot blue items, epic crafted items, badge items and anything else you can. Then gem it, enchant it, and basically make it the best you can. Even thought you will replace items, it shows you are trying to make an effort and know your character. Raiders can look at a character and see if you truly understand the class. Now that you have done all your research and gotten ready, most of your work is actually done. You know what you want, where you should fit in, and are ready to go.