Who We Are
MYTHICC, formed in 2017, was brought about when Ascendant and Inertia merged guilds due to the all too familiar rostering problems. Since then, the guild has grown tremendously. We’re home to multiple mythic raiding teams while also boasting many extracurricular events! We’ve become more than just your typical raiding guild, too. MYTHICC is a place where international friendships are forged and even love has blossomed. We don’t consider ourselves just a guild either- we’re like a family of hundreds. Even more so, we try treat each other as equals all striving for continued success.
MYTHICC is the place for you. Whether you’ve been playing World of Warcraft for the last 15 years, a returning player, or a fresh-faced newbie, we can offer you a home. It’s our desire to grow our community while keeping it a non-toxic wasteland. We are a safe haven for anyone who has ever been persecuted in a raiding guild or in life for being different. We have a zero tolerance policy on racism, sexism, homophobia, and other offensive types of speech and expect our members to adhere to the same code of conduct. We want you to feel welcome here.
Where We’ve Been
Throughout WoW’s expansions, our leadership directed raid teams to success. From our infancy in Tomb of Sargeras all the way to Cutting Edge in both Battle of Dazar’alor and Ny’alotha, we understand what it takes to get the job done. We continue to reach higher every tier with a crew that is ready to go that extra mile… facing whatever is in front of us.
Where We’re Going
MYTHICC has set several goals we adhere to while we continue our progression each tier. These are as follows:
- To create a community of people that enjoy playing together and that do not view raiding with each other as a job, but rather as a privilege.
- To create an environment of growth instead of stagnation. We push our new players and challenge our older players to continue to be better every day.
- To achieve as much progression as possible through serious raiding and offer an alternative to those who don’t wish to, or cannot, dedicate the time to raiding as seriously as they’d like.
- To do this without compromising our beliefs that everyone is an equal partner in success and everyone deserves a chance to shine in their roles.