Darker - Engineer- Accepted

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Darker - Engineer- Accepted

Post#1 » 19 Oct 2012, 07:56

1.1 First Name / Age / Location:
A: Nigel - 44(now i feel old) - half way between melbourne and adelaide

1.2 Usual Playtimes:
A:Evenings - weekends

1.3 Do you know anyone in SC? (Online or in Real Life)
A: unfortunately not

1.4 How did you hear about SC?
A: GW forums

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: interested in all facets - prepared to give it all a go

1.6 What other MMOs have you played? (feel free to go into detail)
A: DAOC WOW warhammer

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: nothing to mind


2. About Your Characters

2.1 List your character(s) Name / Profession / Race / Level
A: Main: Darkerneer - engineer

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


3. PvP

3.1 What are your achievements of note in PvP? (high rank / Arena rating / etc)
A: none so far

3.2 Have you experienced PVP in a large scale environment, ie, Warhammer Online / Aion / Rift?
A: Daoc - warhammer - wow

4. Other Stuff

4.1 Do you have any achievements relavent to your application you'd wish us to note?
A: None


4.2 What do you hope to get out of Southern Cross? Why do you think you would make a valuable member?
A: a not always empty guild chat (lol) friendly, easy, going, ready to join in with guild activities

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Re: Darker - Engineer

Post#2 » 19 Oct 2012, 08:57

Hi Nigel, your app for trial membership has been accepted, welcome to Southern Cross. It's always good to have another engi, specially for Wpvp and additionally someone who played WAR. Msg an officer in game for an inv.
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