Four Bosses Down in HFC, First Night In

Congratulations TLP! You guys rock. 🙂

On our first night in, for some the first time raiding content in WoW ever and for others the first time in 8 years (me included!), we managed to one-shot two bosses, two-shot the last two.  In order we downed Hellfire Assault, Iron Reaver, Kormrok, and the Hellfire Council.  The sixth boss is rather complex but I think we’ll make progress with it tonight. We did spent a good hour on it last night so I think we’ll get through it tonight.

I think after a second go (next week) in Normal, we can bump it up to Heroic depending on how much gear we farm up out of these instances.  I do know a lot of us are busier in real life than some and are not able to get into the LFRs as much or get into PvP to grind out some PvP gear to put us in the DPS checks for Heroic.  We’ll need folks closer to 700 to try Heroic, but what we could do is farm the first few bosses in Heroic, while still trying to learn the fights from Normal.  We’ll explore that possibility!

I want to specially thank Mortalsins, Danmachi, and Odie for helping to explain the fights for most of these as I was really too green to do the job all alone (Gawd I hate Raid Leading!). Everyone really did so well and I was so happy to have us go in there and synergize the way we did.  Everyone got along great and nothing major stood in our way.  What an amazing night for us as a guild! 🙂

I’ll be getting more screenshots of our guild in action tonight, and see if there are any more screenshots to add but these two are my personal best shots.  Enjoy!

 

<3 Dani

 

 

First Guild Meeting on 6/21 @ 9 PM EST

Hello folks, please try to make our very first guild meeting on Tuesday 6/21 @ 9 PM EST here on Discord. We will be talking about the following topics:

💥 Raiding — What is needed from us and how many folks will be able to go to HFC normal, what our makeup will be, and who’s going to be leading it.
💥 The Apprentice Program — Want to help but don’t necessary want to be an officer? Be an apprentice. As an apprentice you get one small area of responsibility and focus on just that one.
💥 Legion — What is good, what is bad? Who’s switching mains, etc. Open discussion about goals for Legion.
💥 Suggestion Box — A means to submit anonymous feedback to our entire leadership team (across all chapters!)
💥 Streaming for TLP — A run down of our streaming program and how that works for all that may want to turn gaming into a career (must be 18+ in age!).
💥 Guild Rules —- A review of our guild rules and what is expected of you.
💥 Open Forum —- A few minutes for anyone to give feedback, suggestions, or air concerns.

 

Please do try to be there! ❤ Dani

Legion Pre-Expansion Patch PTR Notes

wow-legion-logoThe Legion Pre-Expansion Patch is now ready for testing on the Public Test Realms (PTR). Participating on the Public Test Realms lets you test a patch before it has been released on live realms. If you’d like to help test and provide feedback, you can start by copying your character and downloading the PTR client. Once you’ve had a chance to try things out, visit the PTR Discussion forum to discuss the patch. To report issues or errors, use the in-game Submit Bug feature (found under Game Menu -> Help -> Submit Bug) or by visiting the PTR Bug Report forum.

If you’d like to participate in the testing process for the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion: Legion, opt-in to future beta tests from our Beta Profile page; check the box next to the games you’re interested in testing.

PTR Reminder: Content in the Public Test Realms are still in-development and details may be subject to change before release of the live game. Not all of the content listed may be available for testing or may only be available during a limited testing window. Keep an eye on the PTR forums for more information when specific tests may be taking place.

Text in red means it has been added or updated recently. Text that has been struck through means a change has been reverted.

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TLP Stands With Orlando

It is with the saddest hearts that we look upon the day today.  The events of Orlando, FL in the last few days have shocked our nation and the world.  We wanted to offer a few simple words of acknowledgement and support for the family and friends of those that tragically and violently lost their lives in the wee hours of the morning.  Unfortunately, this is not the first time we face terrorism in our country and it certainly will not be last.  No matter what steps are taken in either direction, there will always be some extremists that believe hate is the only answer to our vast differences.  We know different, however we can say that it is not through hate that we can truly affect change but through love and acceptance.

As an organization with members across the entire Earth,  we share in the grief of those loved ones that are heartbroken and sit in despair.  We can only hope that together we show that where evil means to divide us, it has failed miserably for we only come closer and more united in face of great adversity.  For all of us across the world that call TLP home, we can only offer up some of our time, our condolences, and our willingness to help.

We stand with Equality Florida in their efforts to raise funds to help and assist the families of those we lost.   Please visit their site and give what you can;  time, blood, money, supplies.  Everything is needed and much appreciated.

Sincerely,

Maria “Danitsia” Espino