I’ve been playing WoW off and on since Vanilla. I have mostly been a solo player and only in a guild for the perks. I do run some LFR content for gear and the story but never had a group of people to hang out with and enjoy the game. I’ve raided (very) casually a few times, but I never really found a guild that was active at the same times I was or was very casual friendly. I’m at the point in my life where I have time to enjoy the game regularly but because I don’t really have anyone to log on and play with, I know that I am going to get bored and drift away, again. I don’t have any friends that play WoW and I feel I am missing out on much of the social aspect of the game. I live on the west coast and I’m active between 6 pm and 1 am most days and free most weekends.
I have never enjoyed PVP but that may be because I have never been very good at it. I would be interested in learning but PVP has never been high on my priorities. I did turn on War Mode while leveling for the exp boost but as soon as I got to cap it went right off.
I have a level 120 Warrior, Druid, and Hunter (all Alliance) with 110+ Mage, Shaman, & Paladin. I also used my boost on a shadow priest but have not done much with it. I have every other class at different levels, and I am willing to power through to 120 if a guild is looking for another class other than the ones I currently have listed if it’s a class I can enjoy playing. I have primarily played as DPS, but I have quite a bit of interest in Tanking if I had someone to show me the ropes (love my Prot Paladin). I have not done much healing and what I have done was with PUG’s and LFR so was not very enjoyable, but I am willing to have my mind changed.
At the end of the day, I guess I am looking for a guild that is willing to accept and coach players new to the raiding scene, as well as a guild with a strong sense of community. I left at the end of Legion and just came back about a month ago so I still have a bunch of content to catch up on. I’d like to stick around in WoW for a while instead of leaving once the content dries up and gets monotonous, but it gets old after a while when all you are doing is playing with yourself.