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Pax open recruitment (Dominus & Imperius)

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Pax open recruitment (Dominus & Imperius)

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truewarrior
03.04.2013 , 04:21 PM | #81
I'm currently in the application process for Pax. I've really enjoyed the first week or so, the guys and girls there are extremely welcoming and nice. It's been really nice to relax on TS with the members and share advice, play warzones/raid, or just chat. I would encourage anyone who is thinking about applying to give it a shot and meet a few of the members if you are looking for a large, very active guild.

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Odinkar
03.05.2013 , 04:15 PM | #82
Also currently in the recruitment stage as well. So far I am enjoying it, I find it very impressive that the group goes out of the way to make the new members feel like they will be accepted and are not pressured to perform a certain way, and just be themselves. At first I was put off by the length of the recruitment period and the amount and nature of some questions, but as the process went on I actually enjoyed it, and realized how tight knit the community was and can be.

Look forward to gaming and interacting with you in the future!

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mongokotor
03.11.2013 , 10:57 AM | #83
Quote: Originally Posted by Odinkar View Post
Also currently in the recruitment stage as well. So far I am enjoying it, I find it very impressive that the group goes out of the way to make the new members feel like they will be accepted and are not pressured to perform a certain way, and just be themselves. At first I was put off by the length of the recruitment period and the amount and nature of some questions, but as the process went on I actually enjoyed it, and realized how tight knit the community was and can be.

Look forward to gaming and interacting with you in the future!
Couldnt have said it better. My wife was laughing at some of the questions.

I dont mind at all being asked random questions, it usually leads to a good story. This unique process allows people to connect with new friends that have similar interests and sometimes even the same gaming history.

I look forward to running around with PAX be it Telara, Tyria or in a place far, far away.

-Doomcast

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Wolfsrend
03.12.2013 , 09:30 AM | #84
I was asked to put my opinion of PAX onto this, I play on the Imp side of PAX mainly. I joined them about 2 weeks ago. I have to say though I was a bit hesitant upon joining, as its hard to find a good guild anymore it seems. Upon joining they asked lots of zaney questions on my App. It was a bit interesting to see the way they handled the application process, not bad, but different lol. I have to say though that the guild has grown rather fast on me. It is a great bunch of people that enjoy playing together and having fun. They made my wife and myself feel welcome into the community, and they even run ops well, which is a huge bonus. If youre looking for a good home check em out, I think you will enjoy it, I know I am.

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fitetheforce
03.21.2013 , 07:26 AM | #85
So far so good.

I've been a recruit of PAX Gaming for about a week and it's been a great experience so far.

Friendly people, active roster and a fantastic community.

I <3 PAX!

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Dazzo
03.28.2013 , 06:12 PM | #86
I'm also in the application process of this guild and I have to say that the people are SO much fun. I've been looking for a community like this to join for a long time.

If you're looking for a community based guild with mature, funny, and loyal members then look no further. I'm glad I found these guys.

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oaxadan
04.01.2013 , 01:18 PM | #87
Like the others above me, I'm also currently in the application process. Its been a great time so far, lots of fun and laughs. In-game the guild is pretty good, and I've had no lack for answers to my questions, request for input, and/or folk to run things with. A fun and well-knit group/community, and I'm glad I found them.

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Cobb
04.05.2013 , 06:08 AM | #88
OK, so...

I have a bit of experience with various gaming guilds. I've been part of one guild for 14 years. It's been interesting to see other members grow, mature, and move on with their lives. As things go, however, it's membership got smaller and smaller, and the focus of the guild changed (or maybe mine did), and I found myself drawn to casual-friendly atmospheres and games like SW:TOR, while they focused on less casual-friendly games.

So, in various games, I've joined various guilds, in an attempt to find that 'magic' of a close-knit group of men and women who go beyond the trite slogans of 'fun-oriented', 'casual environment', etc... You've all seen the spam in general chat for guilds looking. They're all the same promises. And usually, the same disappointments.

I've found friendly people in other guilds, in various games. Sadly, they tend to be populated with the sorts of players who game hop a lot, and I've found myself in more than one MMO in a high-ranked, but curiously empty guild, as the players moved on to The Next Big Game.

I have real-life friends in Pax. They've been suggesting I apply for some time, but frankly, the two week application process was a big turn-off. I'm glad I finally listened to them.

The two week process isn't how long it takes to get your character in-game guilded. It's more of a probationary period where you're under increased scrutiny - both within whatever game you're playing with them, and on the forums - to make sure that you'll be a good fit.

During this time, they've hit my application thread with LOTS of questions. Sometimes, it feels a bit like hazing, or the kind of poking that you expect from friends. And that's not a bad thing; It seems the process is intentional. If I poke this guy a bit, does he fly off the handle? is he going to be a good fit? Well HE like US?

And wouldn't you like to know the answer to those questions before you spend four months in a guild?

If the application process seems daunting, give them a try anyway. I bet you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Between two groups of people who want to make inconsistent kinds of worlds, I see no remedy but force. --Oliver Wendell Holmes

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dragonartu
04.12.2013 , 04:19 PM | #89
Just saying hello have not play a lot with them in game being only level 30 with double exp-and expension just starting but when i have question they reply. Seems to have lot of potential so far. Hope to group with them when i level a bit more!

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Vyrael__
04.15.2013 , 11:45 AM | #90
Hi SWTOR players! : ) I'm currently in the recruit process for Pax, and I'm here to give you my honest opinion of them!

Run.

Just kidding. haha. Anyways - I absolutely am loving the Pax community as a whole. I am in Imperius and I seriously haven't met a single person I was like 'meh' about. So far everyone is great and really helpful. I love the website forums they have and the fact it actually FEELS like a community (I think I have a posting problem on it - just can't seem to quit - and some of the threads..hilarious). This is even the most active guild I've ever been in in my almost decade long love affairs with MMOs. Always somebody on and somebody to talk to - on regular nights, not just event nights. If you have a question, I can pretty much promise someone will be on that knows the answer. I like that they go to extra lengths to help others play the best they can if that person wishes to learn how to play better, too...like PVP mentors, really awesome idea. They also have some really unique ideas/events as well to always keep something happening, and there is something for everyone regardless of your playstyle - if you like PVE aspects, PVP, or just like to RP. I'd pretty much recommend this guild and community to everyone - unless you're really selfish and/or a jerk, then I don't think you'd fit in well. Haven't met anyone like that : ).