Vor fast 2 Jahren haben wir Euch darüber informiert, dass viele Spieler die Gilde Method verlassen haben und eine eigene Gilde (Serenity) gegründet haben. Viele gingen damals davon aus, dass sich Method nicht mehr erholen würde, und die Gilde am Ende sei.
Im letzten Progressrennen (Tier 19 Content) waren beide Gilden sehr stark und immerhin unter den Top 3 der Welt vertreten. Lediglich die russische Top-Gilde Exorsus war vor den beiden Gilden platziert.
Nun kommt aber doch alles anders…
Spieler von Serenity kehren zu Method zurück
4 Top-Spieler von Serenity (Fragnance, Lazel, Gingi, Deepshades) haben die Gilde verlassen und kehren zu Method zurück. Wieso und weshalb bleibt wohl ein Interna. Wissen tun wir lediglich, dass Pottm der Taktikter und Orga von Serenity die Gilde verlassen hat.
Mittlerweile hat Serenity auch via Twitter bekannt gegeben, dass sich die Gilde aufgelöst hat.
— Serenity (@Serenity_GG) May 16, 2017
Eigentlich sehr schade, denn der Tier 20 Progress rund um das Grabmal des Sargeras steht vor der Tür. Unten findet ihr auch noch die englische Stellungnahme von Kuznam dem Gildenmeister von Serenity.
Stellungnahme von Kuznam (Serenity GM)
As many of you have been aware, this tuesday evening we all suffered some sad turn of events.
I’ll try to keep this post as short and on-topic as possible, but I feel like I owe it to all of the fans (and haters) that I and my guild Serenity have had in the past couple of years.
When we disbanded from Method in the beginning it was to make a raiding environment of people that shared the same interest in the game and that had the same desire to be the best. At first (during HFC farm) we accomplished that. We had a group of 25 players who all had numerous WF’s on the record and we were looking strong as hell going into Legion.
As things progressed during the endless HFC farm that it was, people started quitting. We lost 3 noteably worthy players in Berrek, Sonie, and later on Zaelia, which was a huge blow for us. All 3 due to IRL commitments, which is only natural.
We kept going on as a guild trying to find the right players, but it was hard and it took a lot of effort on all of us. The stability of a core roster (especially your healers) is just the key to every top guilds‘ success.
Anyways. Enough about our roster issues over the years. Haters are gonna say its our own fault because we have a hostile environment or whatever lame-ass-hating comment you might have, and i’m glad you feel that way, because it means we were doing something right 🙂
Now, personally. I wanna thank all of the 50+ players we’ve had in Serenity since we formed it, I wanna thank all of the fans, the friends, the viewers, the followers on social media and our sponsors we’ve had, I hope you all will still follow the race, follow MY friends that I’ve played with for the past 2 years and I hope you’ll keep being awesome, because for a guy whos competing for a world first, theres nothing sweeter than when you get a cheer on the back from you guys following the wow PvE scene.
I know as i’m writing this post and as you guys might feel on my tone this is the end of my online „career“. I will officially retire from the game with a heavy heart as the goal we set out to reach never got reached (the world first), however I have so many good memories that I will cherish forever.
To end it off with, thank you to Method for the motivation you’ve brought since we split up, and thank you for our times back in the day before we ditched. Props to you Sco for building the brand you’ve always talked about – I’ve been in it and I wanna give a massive kudos of respect to you for not burning out.
And lastly but not least I wanna give a shoutout to the friends that I met through this WoW process, particularly Leeds, Rogerbrown (all hates about your poaching aside), Pottm, Fragnance, Mike, Ted, Bodari, Ashvael, and Zeuzonita of course.