Burning Dawn is a World of Warcraft guild on the European RP-PVP realm Defias Brotherhood. The guild was created on day 1 of the server and has been around ever since: As a large 40-man raiding guild in Vanilla, in TBC as more casual raiding guild in a raid alliance, during Wrath and Cataclysm with a very competitive 10-man team, as purely social guild in Pandaria, and soon as Mythic-raiding guild in WoD?! More about Burning Dawn…
O M G I just heard Burning Dawn will be raiding in WoD. I’m so excited!!
It’s gonna be a 2- day raiding thing with standard days and times (no weekend or late-night). Those 2 days will be Mythic raiding (as soon as we have unlocked it of course). There’s also gonna be a flex raid organized by the guild on a set day, but that’s optional for the raiders and open to socials and alts (with certain gear requirements).
More info to come when we’re closer to WoD
We’re currently raiding somewhat casually on Mondays, beginning 20:00, a few bosses in Siege normal and flex.
The website got a fresh new look and a new forum software. Take a look around! Hopefully, everything will work as intended and you’ll like the new features.
In its current incarnation Burning Dawn exists as a small social guild. We have a handful of active members hanging out and enjoying the relaxed community. There are some new faces but also a bunch who’ve been sporting the Burning Dawn tag for ages already.
So, what’s going on with the Dawn? Well, a fair amount turned into monks. But that didn’t make guild chat less… uhh…. secular. We also enjoyed our raiding break after Madness heroic so much that we decided to stick with it. We are not doing progression-oriented raids anymore but we do want to pick up some casual raiding again. Instead we are now farmers or pet battlers or achievement hunters… and of course daily rockers.
We are also actively recruiting more members. Take a look around on our website and visit our
farm forum if you’re interested!
It’s time to recap Dragon Soul!
Hmm… it wasn’t the most glorious tier for the Burning Dawners. Many a player lost interest in the game and Spine heroic didn’t exactly help to keep spirits up. But we pulled through. Some amazing new people joined and we managed to kill everything Blizzard presented us with after all. Madness progression was good fun really, Spine however… not so much. But it feels good to have beaten everything yet again!
Now I feel a bit melancholic. Our world of warcraft is about to change yet again, even though we stopped that cataclysm. Almost single-handedly, haha!
Thanks to every one of you who accompanied Eitrax and me through Blackwing Descent, Firelands and Dragon Soul!
Now we shall look forward to what the panda-world is gonna bring us