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[Accepted] Alatariel - BM/MM hunter

[Accepted] Alatariel - BM/MM hunter
« on: June 11, 2019, 12:52:58 AM »
Character name:
Álatariel-tarren mill

Battletag:
alatariel#21871

Introduction - Let us get to know you! (Please include Gender, Age and Country)

Hi! My names Dave, I'm 22 from the UK. Just finished at uni and spend way too much time playing games


Please provide us with the following:
- Link to your armoury: https://www.worldofwarcraft.com/en-gb/character/tarren-mill/Álatariel
- Personal warcraft logs: https://www.warcraftlogs.com/character/id/32459682#zone=21&partition=2&difficulty=4
 privatemythic logs https://www.gyazo.com/7cd2fac17a1ae7309f159ccef5b7ed03
- A screenshot of your UI: https://gyazo.com/b5c1991fa577aa654895f518a9a682d7
- Connection info results: https://gyazo.com/75d5fcc694ed572af00579f9f372107f
- Do you have a working microphone? yep


Stats -:
 I have as much mastery as possible because it scales best since my main cd gives me a lot of crit and i have an azerite trait which gives me a large haste buff frequently


Talents - :
st MM 1123231
most are simply because mm has many dead talents for st. some have value such as careful aim which gives bonus dmg during execute which is useful on most fights. for the utility rows i have reduced cd on my self heal so I don't need to whine at the healers and for the other I have posthaste because the extra burst movement on a short cd is far more useful
st with aoe BM 1323211
I swap to bm because it is better for target swapping to prio adds and constant cleave. I still use talents as if I'm playing st since boss damage still matters most and utility rows are same reasons as above


Resources - Please tell us sources you follow to keep up to date with your class:
class discords, icy veins, ptr testing


Raiding history:
2/2hc COS
9/9m BOD
8/8m uldir


Guild history and reason for leaving them:
indignatio - never having enough to raid and wanting to raid at a higher level
entmoot - tbh I used them more as a stepping stone to get into a better guild
eXsto - family issues and a new job so I want to lower my raiding days


Expectations - What do you expect from us and what can we expect from you:
progress at a steady rate in a chill raid with people that want to play outside of raids too

commitment to the guild, very rarely late or unable to attend, high level of play


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