General guidelines


Here are some general guidelines that will help you become a better raider.

  • If a raid is canceled, it will be announced in the event calendar. Even though a raid only has 10/12 signups the leader might still think it will be possible to do the fight with just 10, or to find 2 more. If a cancelation hasn't been announced, the raid hasn't been canceled and everyone are expected to turn up in-game.
  • All events have a starting time. This is when you are expected to be online, traited, repaired and fully prepared for the raid. When the starting time has passed, the raid leader will start looking for replacements for anyone that isn't online. To avoid being left behind, make sure you log in 10-15 minutes before the starting time.
  • We use Teamspeak to communicate during raids. If you sign up for a raid we expect you to have Teamspeak installed and configurated. You have to be able to listen in to what's being said, talking is optional. See our Teamspeak Guide for more information about this.
  • If you can't make it to a run that you have signed up for please, if possible, write a note about it in the event calendar and mark yourself as Unavailable.
  • When signing up for a raid, make sure that you have at least 2 hours of game time from starting time. Should you have less time, please write a note about it in the event calendar. Some raids will take less the 2 hours, but in most cases it’s good to have at least 2 hours, since unforeseen events can make a raid last a lot longer.
  • Use the forums for questions about loot rules. The time playing should be used for fun.
  • Use the forums for advice about tactics, traits and stuff. Good advice is nice but during a raid the raid leader simply won't have time to quickly change tactics.
  • Make sure that you bring your best gear for the raid, including food, potions, pots and scrolls.
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