Horde Spy……all lies!
Been a while since I have had a post. Too many toons….not a lot of time to write.
At this point I have 4 85′s all either raid ready or raid geared.
All of these toons are on Drak’Tharon in Shadow Rising – Horde side! FOR THE HORDE!
Then…my poor former Blood Elf Mage. She drew the short straw and had to go under some major plastic surgery….is now this…
She is in Crits and Giggles on Winterhoof – For the Alliance?
Only regret i have is I no longer have a alchemist on Drak….time to level a new alt. oh well. anyways.
Raiding with two different groups of people is a very interesting way to see things in perspective and see how other may handle a situtation. AKA SPYING!!!!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
The 1st striking notice is the composition of the raids – from a racial stand point.
Shadow Rising – it’s more of a belf only club with a sprinkling of greenskins and a birdcow that wear mangowns.
Crits and Giggles – seems to practive diversity as there is a good mix….well except for the lack of gnomes…probably because Addoe and Reversion ate them all!
With this obvious difference comes different racial abilites.
Looking at Cho’gall – it’s really easy for the melee and ranged to stack up and use a warstomp and/arcane torrent to break people out for the hordees.
As alliance reliance on individual interrupts is paramount – windshear, counterspell, freezing trap, dragon breath, rebuke, skull bash?
Also as a potential to save one’s skin ability – alliance seems to have more.
Night Elves have shadow meld – great when combined with Mass Ressurection! Humans have every man for him/herself. Darkflight to play fetch.
Horde….its victory or death abilities.
Ok enough about superficial differences. Each raid has memebers in it that make it memorable and a blast to be a part of.
Shadow Rising – is a little bit more risque? People like to poke a lot of fun at one another, if you can dish it out, you better be prepared to take it back!
Crit and Giggles – is a lot the same way. They have a let log die game? to be replaced my let cyla die game if log is not around! lol. They joke and have fun as well, but not quite as dirty.
Going back to raid composition – Shadow Rising, we haz more prot pallys then we know to do with it, and an ODD DK tank. Crits haz bears and a warrior tank. My own experiences healing the SR tanks – it’s quite easy, bubble…and walk away while Xarm does all the work.
I don’t heal in the Crits raid…although my fingers itch to (baby priest on Winterhoof is slowly working on the way to 85). I wonder how it is like healing a bear tank or prot warrior now a days in a raid setting.
Shadow Rising – Brute Force….wut is finesse???? But seriously – for the most part people come to the fight knowing what needs to be done for the most part. If you need to interrupt they do so, etc. Some nagging/yelling to stack is needed…oh yes – PREPOT NAO! But people execute for the most part with minimal cat wrangling. Little to no review of strats are done. Only if something is changed to added to. Oh yes, and having Zugzuug – means usually win – kid needs no direction and can learn fights on the fly….he is crazy.
Crits and Giggles – I would say is pretty much the same way. People know what to do and do it. Difference being, I can be lazy and just pew pew, and not stand in bad. Rev and Ana are defintely not as grumpy as I! Or they are better at not showing it!
Last night in BoT – SR roflstomped Halfus, the V&T comedy hour, and the 4 seasons council. Some of the fights were a bit messy but all one shotted, so no complaints. Only wipe was to an odd pulling of adds lol —–SORAK! Cho’gall to 5% so close…..I smell blood. Well hopefully, he will die tonight.
Crits is at the same point – both guilds will be downing this fool really soon, and the rivers shall turn purple.
Anyways funtimes all around in both guilds, SO, if you are looking for a guild check these two out. You will not regret it!
Shadow Rising – US Drak’Tharon – Horde (level 23 guild)
Crits and Giggles – US Winterhoof – Alliance (level 25 guild)