Language: English (predominantly)
Time Zone: Central Standard Time (CST)
Played time: Since December 23rd, 2018 (on this account)
Elite Account?: No, although I’ve been heavily considering making the choice to purchase Atlas Elite.
Dragon Roster Includes: Hauhezen, Hauheset, Renard, Iteru, Aerow, Barbend, Sekhet, and Ickumma
Highest Lineage Dragon: Makota
I am in pursuit of a team, as mine will disband following this event. (The hyperlink is for future reference.)
What I have to offer:
A cordial, easygoing player who refrains from taking part in or instigating drama
- I typically stay away from dramatic scenes, and I’m manageable enough not to stir things up on my own. I don’t find drama; drama finds me, and that’s when I tend to ignore it.
A player who plays not solely for self-benefit, but also for that of the team in its entirety
- I am well aware of the purpose of a team, and how teams function on different levels. I also thoroughly understand that the benefit of the team ultimately translates into self-benefit, so I also see that leaves no room for selfishness. Rule #1 in the Team Handbook is to always commit to the team. I wouldn’t violate it.
A player who is dedicated to completion of event extras such as team quests
- I practically have alarms set to ring on my phone primarily to ensure I’ve completed my quest for that day, and everything else there is to complete. Of all forgetful humans across the globe, I am likely one of the most cleverly forgetful you’d ever get to know, if you ever get that chance, so I simply don’t allow myself to forget. When you have a nightly alarm (by this, I mean all nights excluding Tuesdays) jarring in your presence, with an added reminder of what it was set for, then unless you’re a workhorse with only enough time to dispatch alarms and continue working, you’re sure not to forget.
A player who regularly achieves milestones considerably higher than the final team prize in each event
- I try to reach for the stars, but only such that gravity doesn’t rain on my parade; such that I don’t deplete every single resource I have saved. In events where I absolutely cannot perform to that extent, and in which I find it difficult to break the 8th-team-prize milestone at minimum, I try my best to communicate that to an officer or the leader, especially nowadays as a lesson from my prior misunderstandings. I want the mirror to reflect someone who has honorable intentions but insufficient leeway to let them show, not someone who didn’t give an eagle’s talon about the matter to begin with. That’s always the aim… well, at least if it’s not the stars.
A player who is scrappy in relation to level
- I’m a heavy hitter with high aims. This is a pretty self-explanatory concept. Like a zombie, I pretty much eat higher-level players for breakfast, and then some. (I’m being humorous here… but somewhat truthful!)
What I am striving for:
Team must have acquired access to Atlas, and must have conquered castles to distribute the daily player bonuses for better ease in minor events; must therefore have a well to store all treasures into for later use
Team must routinely achieve the 8/8 and 5/5 milestones collectively for final team prizes and quest chests; must also have a cheerleading squad on standby for those who get too dreary to commit
Team must have a strong, well-organized, respectful leadership group, and the rest of the team should follow in that regard; leadership should not have secret access to any palliative buttons that straighten the rough and endanger the calm in one swift, destructive action
Team must be at least semi-competitive, strategic to an extent, have values, and finish within the top 5-10 regularly in events, or at least perform well enough to reap enough of the corresponding prizes; members must have received training for leadership to see if they have what it takes to move mountains.
I hope you have at least enjoyed this post.
Should anything align or be of interest, you may communicate with me either via in-game emails/group chats or in the reply space below. I look forward to reviewing your offers. Thank you for reading.