The New Blood started out a couple years ago as a mentoring newbie guild on the Devourer EU server. Nowadays we are a collective of like-minded friendly people who like to enjoy the game without stress or drama and play at their own pace. We’re a mixture of newer and experienced players, some of us have a number of characters across the levels and like to try different builds. Although we do raid and run endgame content, it is not our focus. We’re not a hardcore guild; many of our members are casual players and most of us have daytime jobs, families, partners, other hobbies etc. We’re not very organized or disciplined but we help and support each other and quest and raid together when we have sufficient numbers online.
The majority of our members are located in Western Europe (GMT +0/+1) and play in the evenings and throughout weekends. We also have a bunch of North American members (2x MA, 1x WA, 1x Ontario) although these are somewhat casual and tend to unexpectedly disappear and resurface several weeks or months later.
We are currently level 45 and progress steadily, albeit not very fast. We have 20+ active accounts but due to the casual nature of the guild we are not likely to ever appear anywhere near the top of the leaderboards. Lately we’ve usually had 5-10 people online in the evenings.
I am currently looking to increase our numbers a little bit to be able to do more guild questing and scheduled runs at mid and high levels.
You might want to give us a go if you:
- Like to play in a relaxed, friendly and forgiving environment (we usually giggle at and wave off each other’s mistakes, even if they occur repeatedly.. which they often do).
- Are new to the game, willing to learn, progress to high level content and are looking for advice from more experienced players without dogmatic or patronizing comments.
- Appreciate light-hearted humour and don’t mind ocassional off-topic conversations (food and alcoholic beverages in particular seem to be often discussed in guild chat).
We are not suitable for you if you:
- Have an inflated ego.
- Take yourself or the game too seriously.
- Tend to use cheats, exploits, double-boxing and similar methods of advancement; buy or sell in-game items from other people for Turbine Point codes, expansion codes or anything else that's purchased using real life currency.
Reply here, PM or find us in game if you’re interested.