Guild Masters – Chrlymurphy and Skoridk
Project operates with two (2) equal Guild Masters. We find this to work better given hectic IRL schedules; it ensures that one of us will always be online (usually). In addition to the defining the Guild Vision and “Where the Guild Goes”, the Guild Masters handle the day-to-day trivial tasks such as player/roster management, guild bank, as well as all of the Discord and website administration.
Raid Leader – Bandito
Our raid leader(s) is/are charged with running the raids. This includes every aspect of the raid to include: roster selection, making sure everyone is prepared when they show-up for raids, providing callouts, making adjustments during the raids, amongst many other things that happen during a raid. Our Raid Leaders are officers in the guild and know the game very well. They are mature and level-headed, but also firm when needed. They will always look at both sides of an argument and make a decision that is in the best interest of the raid and the Guild while ensuring that all party members know that their voice is heard.
Officers are expected to recruit every chance they get whether it be in M+ Dungeon runs or while raiding. Officers will be expected to step-up and make Guild Decisions in the absence of a GM being online. Officers are involved with major guild decisions and run the guild when GMs are not online. Officers are also charged-with being highly-skilled with the classes they choose to play and are able to provide mentoring when needed; however, we expect everyone in Project to know their class VERY well… officers can provide any tweaking (min/max) that might be needed.
The rank of Raider means that your in-game focus is raiding and you are a member of the Project core raid team. You enjoy the challenge of pushing raid bosses and escalating raids to the next difficulty level. You are constantly working your class to get better and squeak out every bit of DPS, Defensives, or HPS while in the raid. You are focused on the bigger picture and realize that you are not an individual, but rather part of a team that shares the same goals as yourself. You are expected to show-up for every raid. You are not selfish and realize that if your performance is not as expected, you will be asked to step-out for the betterment of the raid and furthermore, the Guild; this could be the case where the raid comp is not ideal and you are asked to step-out or bring an alt. You have done your homework and know the fights before the encounter begins and know what is expected from you at all times.