QUICK PROFILE: Character Name: Daemion Class: SpiritMaster Rank: 24 (25 in 72 hours. I swear it.) Age: 20 Country: England Schedule (afternoons, evenings, any time): Various, listed under question 6. QUESTIONS: 1. Why do you wish to join us? I have been working as a solo SpiritMaster, and it's starting to feel like I'm just making the motions. I chat with a US legion on a Ventrilo server just because I enjoy the conversation, and they're a solid group of people. As much as I like chatting with them, hearing them group up and all the awesome stuff they're doing makes me feel a little left out, so I went in search of an Elyos legion on Perento. I want to be part of a group, show what I can do, and feed off others that have better skills in other areas, so I can learn from them and contribute back. Forgive me for making this sound like a loner's cry for help, but I feel I need to be part of a legion to further enjoy the game, and fully take part in the competitive aspect. And from what I've seen and read in the forums on various sites as well as your own, you look like the Legion I will enjoy the most being in, and get the most out of. 2. What are your expectations of the guild? To be honest, I have no expectations based off previous MMOs, because I've always solo'd through the games. I guess the only expectation would be that everyone followed the Code of Conduct, and if I helped them, that they would help me, or if they couldn't, at least point me in the direction of where I need to go to find the answers/mobs/items I'm after. 3. What special qualities can you bring? I like to think I'm a very technical player, rather than a brute-force one. This was the main reason I chose a SpiritMaster; it's a very involving class that has great rewards if you're willing to put in the effort. My high point in PvE was taking on a Kerubian Fighter and then five Kerubian Gatherers at level 22, when by all accounts one of them should've finished me off. I'm the sort that goes out looking for information on AionArmory and such sites, rather than asking in the forums and General Chat, and it's served me well. I would say that having very little raiding experience means that I am pliable, and wanting to working with the raiding groups on their terms rather than trying to use my own. 4. Do you have Ventrillo installed, with a working Microphone? Yes, and yes. It's pretty high quality apart from a slight buzz in the background. Hardly noticable unless you're listening out for it. 5. Have you been in any previous guilds, and if so why did you leave them? Not been in any previous guilds, as I mentioned before. The only reason I had guilds on other games was because it was an easy way for my friends to tell a character I was playing was being played by me. 6. Would you consider yourself to be an active player? During which hours are you usually online? I'm not active throughout the week; my job prevents me from doing that. I tend to get on for a couple of hours in the mornings when I can, however I can spend a good 5-7 hours on Monday Evening, Thursday Evening, anytime on Friday, and Sunday afternoon/evening. Depending on what overtime I have listed, I can also do the occasional Friday night as well. These are more 'on request' than at my discretion; I have to get up at 4am Saturday morning, but I'm willing to join the fray if asked to. 7. Tell us about yourself, including any previous gaming experience. My name is Allan, I'm 20 and I'm from England. I'm a cashier at a store in my local area, and I'm planning on going to University in September 2010 to study either Computer Games Modelling and Animation, or Computer Games Development. The only other MMO I got as deep into as I have with Aion was Ragnarok Online; that was nearing an addiction, to the point where I had binders full of printed damage charts, monster info etc. I left RO when I realised that euRO was taking ages with implementing updates from the kRO and iRO releases, although up until now I occasionally went onto p.servers for a few weeks to scratch an itch. I have been a big gamer up until Aion came out (then I donned the sleepy eyes), but now it seems I have turned away from that a little to indulge in the bleeding edge of an MMO that rivals any game I've played in terms of complexity and story.