Endless - Kazzak

Velii - Elemental shaman

Velii - Elemental shaman
« on: September 12, 2018, 09:49:58 AM »
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Introduction - Let us get to know you! (Please include Gender, Age and Country)
My name is daniel, I am 20 years old and from Norway. I work fulltime as a laboratory technician in a geology engineering lab

Please provide us with the following:
- Link to your armoury: https://www.wowprogress.com/character/eu/kazzak/Velii

- Personal warcraft logs:
EN - https://www.warcraftlogs.com/character/id/17133236?zone=10&mode=detailed
ToV - https://www.warcraftlogs.com/character/id/17133236?zone=12&mode=detailed#
NH - https://www.warcraftlogs.com/character/id/17133236?zone=11&mode=detailed#partition=1
ToS - https://www.warcraftlogs.com/character/id/17133236?zone=13&mode=detailed#partition=1 (had to switch to healer during ToS)

- A screenshot of your UI: https://gyazo.com/4b1e8b5e5c9fb3452471a1524539d99f

- Connection info results:

- Do you have a working microphone: Yes

Stats - Please explain your stats priority and explain why you are using these.
Int > Haste > Crit > Vers >>> Mastery
It generally boils down to this is what my simming shows, and is the stat prio the theorycrafters have decided on

Talents - Please explain your talent choices for a single target fight or an add controlled fight. And why you choose these talents.
[15] Echo of the elements for both AoE and ST as the 2 other talents aren't up to par
[30] Totem mastery for both AoE and ST, Aftershock can be taken for AoE, but it is very RnG dependant
[60] Liquid magma totem provides the best dps for both AoE and ST, High voltage might become a better choice once we get more mastery
[90] Primal elementalist is the only choice, the other 2 talents are far behind in every situation
[100] Ascendance for ST as it sims the highest, Stormkeeper for AoE if we are in need of burst aoe

Resources - Please tell us sources you follow to keep up to date with your class:
Warcraftlogs, stormearthandlava and shaman discord

Raiding history:
6/7M highmaul with RnG
7/7M EN with Link Curve
2/3M ToV and 4/10M NH with T R I G G E R E D
6/10M ToS with Dark Substance

Guild history and reason for leaving them:
Started raiding relevant content in Warlords of Draenor with the guild RnG on Kazzak.

I left RnG as the game didn't interest me as much as i wanted it to.

I joined a guild by the name "Link Curve" when Legion was released, and i thereafter went straight into Emerald Nightmare with them.

We were struggling with members and recruitment, so the guild fell apart a few weeks before Nighthold was released. I then took the remaining members, and myself and joined a guild called "T R I G G E R E D".

I finished EN and ToV with Triggered, and managed to achieve 4/10 Mythic in Nighthold. The guild fell apart as there were some disagreements between the raiders and the management.

I was picked up for a project called Classical. It was basically a bunch of top 50 players, hoping to pick up anew and launch the guild into top 50. The problem was that no one was really ready for that kind of commitment and it fell apart shortly after raiding started. I then, because of issues with guilds dying out, i myself found myself burned out and decided to take a break until Tomb of Sargeras.

I joined a couple of friends, i had previously raided with in Dark Substance. We were aiming for top 100, and everything was swell, until we hit the monster that was Mistress. We managed to clear Mistress, but could not reclear it on consecutive weeks. There was a huge clash between the competitive raiders and social raiders, and the competitive crowd ended up splitting off, and joined several other key guilds. I myself quit.

As BfA was on the horizon, i had problems with finding a competitive guild, as my logs were outdated (from ToS). I found myself in a guild called Victus. A newly migrated guild from Shattered Hand, therefor also a brand spankin' new roster. With a total of almost 40 trials, we ventured into Uldir. I quickly found myself at the amazement of my fellow raiders, on how no one showed up prepared. Didn't bring consumables, or didn't feel like comitting to the schedule that was given. The straw that broke the camel's bag was the previous night, when our GM and Raidleader, decided to downscale the raid to kill Zul, and we had a few underperformers. We had a distinct lack of healing, and problems with phase 2. After 10 minutes of talking to the officers, he removed 1 healer from the raid, and we started pulling again. This was obviously a dumb choice, as the lack of healing from before, wasn't solved by kicking a healer. He then decided to jump on an alt healer he had. Summarized, a god damn mess. Leadership didn't listen to feedback, and instead disregarded any forms of communication in favor of trying to be right.

Expectations - What do you expect from us and what can we expect from you:
I expect good and relaxed raiding atmosphere, where people aren't afraid to recieve constructive criticism. Expecting everyone to pull their own weight and be focused during progress

Freetext - Anything else you wish to add? Your last chance to impress us!