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#13434102 Sep 10, 2017 at 07:03 PM · Edited over 2 years ago
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Runic Knights Challengers
Preparing for and challenging a variety of instances at level cap
in a relaxed, casual atmosphere

We expect all participants to continue to follow the kin's 5 rules:
  • No swearing
  • No harassment
  • Be respectful
  • Don't beg for help gearing or leveling
  • Don't debate politics & religion publicly

We are a casual raiding group. When you see a run advertised as an RKC run you can expect the following:
  • Anyone is welcome, no need to join - just show up; one way to let us know you want us to keep you informed is to read and sign the Grouping Guidelines
  • There is no judgment if real life gets in the way
  • All participants, of all types of runs, are asked to come ready to listen to the raid leader and follow the planned strategy; this helps keep the run more efficient and decreases delays caused by things such as inattention, starting fights early, and attacking the wrong targets.
  • There are no minimum gear or experience requirements for prep runs or random runs.
  • Out of respect for others' time, decisions regarding readiness for challenging runs are at the discretion of the leader; you can find recommendations to help decide if a toon is ready for the challenging runs here.
  • Because of the improved sound quality, RKC runs will use Discord whenever possible; please try to find time to set it up: (download available, but not required)

Watch the calendar for our schedule

“Random runs”: start time is flexible, but one of our officers will run whatever is interesting to whoever is interested

“Prep runs”: an opportunity to prepare for more challenging runs
  • T1 and/or older, easier content, as well as instances that provide an opportunity for improving gear
  • The leader or someone designated by the leader will help to explain some of the concepts that make players more helpful to their group
    • Roles, and tips for successfully filling them
    • Interrupts and corruption removals
    • Moving out of hot spots, removing debuffs, staying out of AoEs, and so on
    • Helpful UI elements (showing target's target; assist window, etc.)
    • Suggestions for decreasing lag
    • An opportunity for people to ask questions and learn more about their class or role.

“Challenging runs”: Running more difficult instances; success in these will require a group to work well together, and its members to be better equipped and more experienced than in the prep or random runs.


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