Welcome to the weekly guild spotlight! We interview guild leaders to share information about their guild with the rest of the Allods community. This week’s guild spotlight is with the guild Redemption! We have the guild leader, Skatrzoo, here to tell us about the guild!
Please tell us a little history about Redemption.
Redemption is one of the oldest running guilds on the Nezeb server and has pride in being one of the few guilds that has maintained the same name since the first week this game entered open beta. It started out as a leveling guild as most guilds do, but eventually made the transition to endgame as the core group hit the level cap and wanted to experience the rest of the game. Redemption really established themselves as an endgame presence when they became one of only 3 guilds on the Nezeb server to get past Kazul in Gorluxor’s Tower when the level cap was 42. Members have since come and gone, and while only 3 original members remain from the time the guild was founded, the latest generation of members has fire and drive and make Redemption a guild not to be easily trifled with.
What are the people of Redemption like?
The members who make up Redemption are some of the most amazing people you will ever meet. Within Redemption you have people who will make you double over in laughter, those who will help you with almost anything when you ask them, and people who will go out of their way to talk to you and befriend you. But ultimately, Redemption is a family. Members in Redemption will stick together and help each other through times of hardship and burden, liven up your day with compliments of the utmost sincerity, and will make sure you are a part of our family. We truly don’t want to see anyone get left behind or feel unwanted.
What are the goals of Redemption?
Redemption was created as a casual guild but morphed into a semi-casual endgame guild and we have continued to stick to those goals. While we are a little more geared towards competitive endgame than we had anticipated we originally would be, we still attempt to hold that casual atmosphere. Our goals are to make sure that each member of the guild is able to experience as much of the game as they want to or are able to. We also aim to explore the far reaches of the Astral, maintain a good position in Astral Confrontation, complete the end game raids, and perform well in PvP contests and battlegrounds, all while making sure you only do so if you are having fun.?
How would one go about joining Redemption? Are you accepting applications? If so, what are the requirements to join your guild?
Redemption is currently accepting applications, although it is not guaranteed that you will be accepted. To join Redemption you must be at least level 35 or higher. To apply for Redemption you will need to submit an application on our website: r4life.enjin.com.
. When submitting an application, it is strongly suggested to fill out all of the information as clearly and completely as possible. We do not judge you on your application alone, as we do like to talk to people personally in game before they are accepted, but your application will most likely be your first impression on us, and first impressions are very important.
What is your favorite past guild moment?
My one single favorite guild moment? I would have to say the first time we downed Kazul in GT before the Kirah patch. Kazul was one of the toughest challenges our guild had to face and it required everyone to trust one another and work together as a team. It required weeks upon weeks of preparation and failure before we were able to kill this boss, but the moment his health hit zero was one of the most satisfying moments I’ve ever had. Being able to hear the shouts of joy and laughter in vent and in guild chat when we killed him was worth all of the work and it ultimately brought us closer as a guild.
What is your guild’s raid progression and how has the experience been for your guild so far?
Everyone in Redemption has been working extremely hard in raid progression these last couple weeks, anticipating the time when we can progress in Dead City. To prepare for Dead City, we have been working on GT as much as a semi-casual guild can possibly do. So far, we have been able to get up to Kazul, and we are only getting better from there. Eventually we do plan on clearing GT entirely and then progressing right towards Dead City. It is only a matter of time and lots of effort.
Are there any running inside jokes amongst your guild members? If so, please share!
In the midst of having a serious discussion with one of my members on vent, Burudoza, while he was driving and using vent on his phone, he suddenly burst out, “Puppy don’t kill it!” followed by a slight swerving sound of the tires, which totally caught me off guard and sent me into a fit of laughter for quite awhile. Needless to say, the conversation was never the same and many of the other people who were listening on vent, including myself, would randomly shout that phrase out in guild chat. There are others, but if we told you, they wouldn’t be inside jokes would they. If you want to learn them, better join up.
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