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<Psy-Ops> (Empire) Looking for Tank for 2.0 Progression Content

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<Psy-Ops> (Empire) Looking for Tank for 2.0 Progression Content

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GOBGoat
03.01.2013 , 11:33 PM | #1
<Psy-Ops> is looking for an experienced tank to join our 4/4 NM EC group. We raid Tuesday, Friday, Sunday starting at 5 pacific. If you are interested PST Khaelum, Tyeshali, Dances, or Vagroso or reply in this thread and we can get in contact with you.

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Jaspless
03.03.2013 , 11:45 AM | #2
Psy-Ops (Charlie Group) is currently recruiting for a Powertech or Juggernaut tank to clear NiM EC and HM TFB until new content comes out. Our guild also working on organizing and killing Dreadtooth 10x stacks, so we can go after the Dread Entity. Psy-Ops has a Guild Market (better than Harbinger Crafters) as well as other perks. We currently use EPGP for loot rules. We use TeamSpeak3 and MOX. Please be at least 18 years old. For more information on Psy-Ops you can check our website at http://psy-ops.enjin.com.

Charlie group is one of the more active progressing raid groups in the guild. We have cleared 4/4 NiM EC and 5/5 in HM TFB. We raid three days a week, Tuesdays (8:45-11PM), Fridays (8:midnight), and Sundays (8-11PM) EASTERN time. We are a disciplined but easy going group that enjoys working on progression, and clearing as much content as possible on mains and alt characters. We are looking for a mature player, knowledgeable in their class who can fit in with our members to avoid any drama.

Reason for Replacement: Our previous tank had to leave the game due to work conflicts.

If you are interested in trying out, please contact Tyeshali, Dances, or Vagroso for signups. Tryouts run until 2.0 or we find a good replacement.

*I feel this may be a pointless request... please no trolling on this thread. It's hard enough to dig through the "underskilled" without having to deal with hungry trolls.
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