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Two 14/14H Groups!

We did two full 14/14H runs this week. That’s another milestone along our path to convert to a 25 man. We’re now at 17 raiding mains, so we’re getting close to being able to go 25m! Also, our Kor’kron Juggernauts have gone to recruits the last three weeks, so if you want to buy one, let us know. We’re also recruiting for SoO 25H and for WoD, so check out our recruitment page if you’re interested.

-Mini

By |April 22nd, 2014|Comments Off on Two 14/14H Groups!

RM Has Moved!

As of tonight, <Royal Militia> will be moving to Kel’Thuzad. After years as Bleeding Hollow’s oldest guild, we will be making the move to a server with more Alliance, less horde, and a much better environment for WoD. I made a very nostalgic post on the BH forums, but to summarize: We loved BH because of the community of friends on Alliance and Enemies on the horde. But now, the majority of those people have quit or transferred to other servers, and Bleeding Hollow is no longer the great server it once was. We feel changing servers is necessary to give ourselves the best chance of success in WoD. Anyone who is currently in RM is welcome to the new RM on Kel’Thuzad. Any “old school” BH-ers are also welcome.

Looking ahead to WoD, we are going to be doing some significant recruiting to fill up the ranks for Mythic raiding. If you are interested in a core raid spot in RM, please contact myself or Isamoo or post an application.

-Mini

By |March 10th, 2014|Comments Off on RM Has Moved!

Under Construction

Now that we have some time on our hands with progression complete, we are giving our website and application form some much-needed updates… we apologize for any broken links or other non-functional pages. We promise it will look and work better when we’re done.

-Mini

 

 

By |March 8th, 2014|58 Comments

H Garrosh… The Bittersweet End

We finally did it. Garrosh is dead, and MoP progression is over. We came in at US22nd 10m (I don’t count 25-man guilds with their 581 ilvl), which is better than we’ve ever done before. So even though we could have done better without hard drive failures, finals, and Christmas/New Years causing scheduling problems, it’s still an improvement from how we’ve done in previous tiers, and that’s good.

The hardest part of this fight? Intermission 1. Hands down, no contest. We definitely wiped there at least 3 or 4 times more than any other part of the fight. What I wouldn’t have given for the AOE stuns and silences that Horde get as their racials. Unfortunately, Escape Artist and Shadowmeld just can’t compare. The extra 1% or whatever raid dps from those racials also would have been nice, but we eventually out geared that.

Although I’m glad it’s finally dead, this kill is bittersweet because it’s the end of 10-player progression raiding… something which I’ve grown to love. Really, it’s sad that 10H raiders are of such low importance that Blizzard is happy to destroy the groups we’ve spent the last four years building.¬†Our group has been going continuously since Cata launch, and I really like the smaller group size and the tighter group you can build. Leading 10 people is much more manageable than 25, so that’s also a huge plus for the leadership (me).

Looking forward, we definitely plan to raid in WoD, although the details are still totally up in the air. Will we recruit? Will we merge? Will we server or faction change? All are TBD at the moment and now that we’ve killed Garrosh, we’ll be putting a lot more time into figuring that out. If you’re interested in recruitment for WoD or want to discuss a merger, hit me up in-game or make a post in the recruitment forums.

-Mini

 

P.S. Here’s our killshot. The last 10H killshot for RM.

H Garrosh

By |January 7th, 2014|Comments Off on H Garrosh… The Bittersweet End

H Paragons of the Klaxxi

I’m a few days late with this one, but we’ve been busy. This fight wasn’t so bad. Slow and steady progress eventually won the race. It was a nice change of pace from smashing face into Blackfuse.

 

On to Garrosh!

-Mini

 

By |November 23rd, 2013|Comments Off on H Paragons of the Klaxxi