-active, nice wvsw nutjob guilds (size doesn't really matter tbh, just active, but like 10 dedicated would be awesome for guild runs...smaller closer knit. Basically a group that could run a small core group but still enough that they could roll themselves in pubs/pugs/greendots like an ice filled snowball and be effective)
-communities who avoid blaming everything on generic things like numbers or the enemy ganging them....or who avoid insulting their enemies over things they themselves would do lol.
-communities who aren't in victim mode. Like NSP is just.....the perfect example. They always feel everyone is being mean to them without reason.
-guilds and communities who don't use potty humour, don't want belching and other ugly noises in the ts
-communities that praise diversity and allow people to do things different ways. Like being cool with commanders yak escorting, being cool with groups/commanders running crazy high damage builds, being cool with using portal bombs all over and other things outside the metabattles that still work. Being cool with getting results different ways I guess. I really hate closed minded communities that demand everyone do things the same way their favourite commander does them, or they label everyone a newbie.
-communities that use ts rather than discord
500 gem cost seems fairly doable, considering you could just spend 500 gems 7 days later to reroll so to speak. Seems better than spending 1000 on a single medium server.
So which little server is a good pick for NA? Was thinking
(Henge of Denravi, Sanctum of Rall, Eredon Terrace) - so SoR or ET since hod does have some nice people there if you can find them, could be homey feeling. Any thoughts on the SoR and ET communities?
(Fort Aspenwood, Devona’s Rest) - Always had a thing for FA, I really have no idea what they are like in actuality tho. DR is a little server i could bounce to. Thoughts on the DR community? I mean I'm not a fan of being called Doctor all the time but you know....Devon's Rest is a nice name without the initials inmind.