Ssmeagle Ranger - Accepted

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Ssmeagle Ranger - Accepted

Post by smeagle » 09 Sep 2012, 14:21

1. About You

Please state your

1.1 First Name / Age / Location:
A:Brock/24/ California

1.2 Usual Playtimes:
A:10am-7pm ocean time

1.3 Do you know anyone in SC? (Online or in Real Life)

1.4 How did you hear about SC?

1.5 Are you applying to SC to Raid/PvP or Socialize? Or a combination? Please specify your intentions and also your goals in Guild Wars 2 as a whole
A:im applying to do a combination of all but like to really do WvWvW and goals are to be one of the top pvp player/guild

1.6 What other MMOs have you played? (feel free to go into detail)
A:world of warcraft,Aion, Rift, Star wars the old republic

1.7 Any other information you feel comfortable sharing, the more we know about you the more it helps us with our decision! (optional)
A:i will be a great token American living in america haaa

2. About Your Characters

2.1 List your character(s) Name / Profession / Race / Level
A:ssmeagle/ Ranger/ Asura Alt- smeaglet/Engineer/Norn/9

2.2 What guilds have you been in? (This doesn't have to be specific to GW2)

3. PvP

3.1 What are your achievements of note in PvP? (high rank / Arena rating / etc)
A:113kills/Rank- Gladiator

3.2 Have you experienced PVP in a large scale environment, ie, Warhammer Online / Aion / Rift?
A: yes Aion and Rift

4. Other Stuff

4.1 Do you have any achievements relavent to your application you'd wish us to note?
have 389 toatal achievement points

4.2 What do you hope to get out of Southern Cross? Why do you think you would make a valuable member?
i hope to bc the #1 pvp guild and im valuable bc im America haha jk

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Re: Ssmeagle Ranger

Post by ashvar » 09 Sep 2012, 14:33

Accepted for trial membership, welcome to Southern Cross!
I asked a popular writer who often wrote about freedom and free markets and asked him what he thought would be the True symbol of 'freedom'.
He answered succinctly:

"Whatever is the opposite of surrender"