Here is the official email I received about the group:
“First off, http://www.audiovideodisco.org
Please register, I'm trying to post information to the forums on a regular basis. It's also a great way to get information from the experienced WoW folks. Any questions you have you can post in the forums and I'll try to answer.
Secondly, Teamspeak 3... we have it. This means you need to be able to at least log in. Nothing is mandatory with it, but it's a very useful tool if you are a new player and have questions. Once we hit actual raiding content this will be mandatory.
Thirdly, nothing is stopping anyone from starting up right now! Guild invites are available right now. We just don't have anything on the event calendar until November. If you want to try to put together a higher level group feel free!
Lastly, November starts our Winter Gaming Group events. You need to do the following before November 2nd. This group is more for brand new WoW players than anything else. Helping them level up, learn the basics of the game to hopefully become entry level raiders for the guild later on.
1) Register on the website (I'll get you the correct permissions, just message me through the website or post in the forums)
2) Sign up for the events you will be at via the Events link!
3) Have a level 15 character ready to go on November 2nd! Play what you want and will enjoy!
4) Make sure you have Teamspeak 3 downloaded and you can connect to the server!
Second Lastly, feel free to forward the guild information to anyone interested. The more the merrier! Just send them to the website for more information!”
For those of you who don’t know my history, I was a hardcore gamer for a number of years. I loved all genres … first person shooters, strategy, MMO’s, etc. It was a huge part of my life and still is very important to me in many ways, even though I don’t normally play much now-a-days. Partly the reason I don’t play like I used to was that after being a Guild Leader of an End Game Raiding Guild for so many years. The constant responsibility sapped my love of MMO’s in general. Another part of the reason was that I had a long-term relationship end with my girlfriend who was my gaming partner, which made many of the gaming relationships I had painful to continue holding onto at the time. Also switching over to extreme sports and traveling around the world kind of threw a major kink into having any time to game too.
This doesn’t mean I won’t be writing regularly, but I thought it might be kind of fun to take two days a week to play a couple hours with some co-workers, friends and maybe some fans. I’m just warning everyone, I will be playing at some odd times due to my Central European time zone in comparison to people in Australia, Canada and the United States, but at the same time I would love to have some time to team up and hang out online for those of you that are interested.
Feel welcomed to drop me an email if you’re interested or just sign up on the Guild’s forums